No. 1 Stanford women beat Duke to reach Final Four

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No. 1 Stanford women beat Duke to reach Final Four
College Basketball Newsday > Sports > College > College Basketball Print Aa No. 1 Stanford women beat Duke to reach Final Four Originally published: March 26, 2012 11:12 PM Updated: March 27, 2012 12:48 AM By The Associated Press JANIE McCAULEY (AP …
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Time Out: Scott Hotard Column for March 27, 2012
By Scott Hotard A year after Butler and VCU highlighted the most wide-open Final Four field in recent memory, the race for college basketball's latest national championship is down to four perennial heavyweights oozing with talent and tradition.
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27 when Patterson battled Largo in a Basketball Academy matchup. On the court that night for the Clippers was a 6-foot-10 shot-blocking machine that quickly caught the Florida Gulf Coast assistant's eye. “I had a pretty good game,” said Patterson …
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No. 1 Stanford women beat Duke to reach Final Four

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No. 1 Stanford women beat Duke to reach Final Four
College Basketball Newsday > Sports > College > College Basketball Print Aa No. 1 Stanford women beat Duke to reach Final Four Originally published: March 26, 2012 11:12 PM Updated: March 27, 2012 12:48 AM By The Associated Press JANIE McCAULEY (AP …
Read more on Newsday

Time Out: Scott Hotard Column for March 27, 2012
By Scott Hotard A year after Butler and VCU highlighted the most wide-open Final Four field in recent memory, the race for college basketball's latest national championship is down to four perennial heavyweights oozing with talent and tradition.
Read more on The Advocate

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