UConn Going To First Championship Game Since 2016 After Win Vs. Stanford

Another W


April 1, 2022

The women’s national championship is set and UConn is heading to college basketball’s biggest stage.

The Huskies hung on to beat Stanford on Friday night 63-58 to punch their ticket to the March Madness championship game.

It’s the first time UConn will play in the Final since 2016.

Stanford made it a two-point game in the final 30 seconds, but UConn just proved to be too much.

Here are some highlights:

Paige Bueckers led the Huskies with 14 points, while Olivia Nelson-Ododa racked up 10 rebounds.

UConn now will face South Carolina on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.

Thumbnail photo via Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports Images
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