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Her last-second tip shot went up.
And as it clanked out, final buzzer ringing, she went down. A Cardinal celebration burst out around her while Boston, wracked with sobs, sank dating someone from Fargo ND her knees. After a feverish back-and-forth of a fourth quarter, South Carolina had lost to Stanford, 66 to The Final Four match-up was intense and frenetic throughout.
But it was never more so than in its final minute.
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South Carolina took its first lead of fuck date Fort Myers second half with just 41 seconds left—going up by one on a three-pointer from Destanni Henderson. Stanford responded with a missed layup, but Haley Jones grabbed the offensive rebound and made a jumper, taking back the lead. South Carolina then failed to capitalize on a rollercoaster of a possession: Boston missed a layup, got the rebound, and kicked it to Henderson, who turned it over with 16 seconds remaining. But the Gamecocks got one more chance.
As the seconds ticked down— 10, 9, 8 —Boston stole the ball. She shot it downcourt to Brea Beal. With two seconds left, the guard had an open look at a layup, and she missed.
But Boston was there in time to grab the rebound—and to try, unsuccessfully, to tip it in for the win. The final seconds of the free online chat rooms Fort Lauderdale no registration quarter in that one had proceeded in almost exactly the same manner—there, too, Boston had grabbed an offensive rebound for a chance to win it with a tip shot. But this time, Staley hoped, the ending might be different. Stanford now he to the national championship after a win that showed off its balance and defensive strength.
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It was a showcase for Haley Jones, who led the team in scoring with But it stood out just free chat in Illinois for friendship much for the rebounding ability of Lexie Hull; for the tough, physical defense of freshman Cameron Brink; and for the vital bench contributions of Ashten Prechtel.
Both of her titles with Stanford— and —came after defeating Staley in the Final Four as a player with Virginia.
The second of those wins was, like this one, a one-point game with a heart-stopping ending. Then, the failed opportunity for the last shot went to Staley.
Now, 29 years later, she was asked about how Boston—a perfectionist, still just a sophomore, prone to replaying bad moments over and over—might move on from this. Staley remembered that Stanford Final Four loss of her own.
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