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Topic - Terri Williams-Flournoy
Auburn couldn't slow down Tennessee's Meighan Simmons until it was too late to matter.
Meighan Simmons can't pinpoint a reason for her career-long mastery of Auburn.
Kentucky's shots and free throws didn't fall at the end, but the 10th-ranked Wildcats made sure Auburn didn't get a chance to try either.
The Auburn Tigers couldn't get the ball when they needed it most.
The girl started playing basketball against her older brother on a raggedy curbside hoop in front of their house. The brother, 16, always won. The sister, 10, always ran inside and cried in her mother's arms.
Georgetown women's 2012-13 preview.
Before Keith Brown was coach Brown of the Georgetown women's basketball program, he was Mr. Brown, a sixth-grade teacher in Prince George's County.
As top assistant for recently departed Georgetown women's basketball coach Terri Williams-Flournoy, Keith Brown had to wear a lot of hats. He led the program's recruiting efforts, handled the team's scheduling and did his fair share of coaching on the court.
Terri Williams-Flournoy, who led Georgetown to the past three NCAA tournaments, is taking over as women's basketball coach at Auburn.
Georgia Tech's Sydney Wallace had just the second 20-plus point game of her freshman season — both in the NCAA tournament — pouring in 23 points off the bench as the No. 4 seed Yellow Jackets eliminated No. 5 seed Georgetown 76-64 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
"We didn't start the game like we wanted to start the game and just didn't play well tonight," Williams-Flournoy said.
"We couldn't let her go off for 40 tonight," Williams-Flournoy said.