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University of Minnesota at South Dakota State Women's Basketball

Expectations High as Jackrabbits Open New Season This Week

SDSU opens season with a pair of exhibition games in Brookings. It's a team with some pretty lofty goals.

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UConn Huskies, 2014 NCAA Women's Basketball Champions
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UConn Routs Irish, Rolls To Record 9th Title

Geno Auriemma and Connecticut stand alone in women's college basketball, and they reached the top in unprecedented fashion.

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Shabazz Napier, Connecticut Huskies, 2014 NCAA Basketball Champions
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Napier, UConn Overpower Kentucky 60-54 For Title

No conference wanted them. Several teammates and their coach left them. The NCAA kept them out for a year.

UConn won it all anyway.

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Minnesota Golden Gophers, 2014 NIT Champions
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Gophers Beat SMU 65-63 To Win NIT In 1st Year Under Pitino

Austin Hollins hit a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 46.1 seconds left and Minnesota won the NIT championship Thursday night, beating SMU 65-63 to give the Pitino family its latest postseason tournament title.

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Deandre Mathieu, Minnesota Golden Gophers and Boris Bojanovsky, Florida State Seminoles, 2014 NIT Semifinals
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Gophers Shake FSU In OT To Reach NIT Final

Substitute center Maurice Walker made six free throws in overtime and Minnesota held off Florida State 67-64 on Tuesday night to reach the NIT championship game.

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Pam Borton, Minnesota Golden Gophers Basketball
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Minnesota Fires Women’s Basketball Coach Borton

Pam Borton took the Minnesota women's basketball program to heights unseen before when she guided the Gophers to their first Final Four in 2004. That was 10 years ago, and a five-year NCAA tournament drought proved too much for her to overcome.

Borton was fired Friday, a day after a loss to South Dakota State in the women's NIT.

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Monte Morris and DeAndre Kane, Iowa State Cyclones vs Connecticut Huskies, 2014 NCAA East Regional
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Daniels Leads UConn Past Iowa State And Into East Final

DeAndre Daniels' UConn teammates were going to keep passing him the ball until he cooled off.

By the time that happened, it was too late for Iowa State.

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Austin Hollins, Minnesota Golden Gophers
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Hollins Leads Minnesota Past Southern Miss 81-73 In NIT

Austin Hollins, who's played more basketball games for Minnesota than any other player, saved his best for his last appearance at Williams Arena.

Hollins had a career-high 32 points, including six straight free throws in the final minute, to lead the Gophers to an 81-73 win over Southern Mississippi and a spot in the NIT semifinals.

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DeAndre Kane, Iowa State Cyclones vs North Carolina Tar Heels, 2014 NCAA Tournament
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Iowa State Tops UNC Despite Bizarre Ending For Rare Sweet 16 Berth

Iowa State's DeAndre Kane did exactly as his coach had instructed, driving for a layup that gave the Cyclones the lead. North Carolina never got a chance to answer because Roy Williams' players didn't do what he wanted.

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North Dakota State Bison vs San Diego State Aztecs, 2014 NCAA Tournament second round
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Thames’ 30 Lead San Diego State Past NDSU 63-44, Into Sweet 16

Xavier Thames sent San Diego State home. As in back to the sunshine of California and a spot in the Sweet 16 for the second time in school history.

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