NCAA Women's Tournament Scores: UConn, Texas A&M Fill Out Final Four

Connecticut and Texas A&M joined Stanford and Notre Dame in the NCAA Women's Tournament Final Four Tuesday night.

Connecticut blew out Duke, 75-40, as the Huskies continued their bid for a third straight national championship. Maya Moore dominated for Connecticut, scoring 28 points to go with 10 rebounds and seven steals. She also sank a jumper as the first half expired to send UConn to the locker room with a 10 point lead, and after that it was all Huskies - Connecticut went on a ridiculous 20-1 run early in the second half, and Duke never had a chance after that.

In the other game Tuesday night, Texas A&M upset Baylor, 58-46. Earlier in the season, Baylor had beaten the Aggies three times, but it wasn't to be this time. Sydney Carter led Texas A&M with 22 points, and the Aggies held Baylor's dominating Brittney Griner to 20 points. Texas A&M jumped out to a 12-2 lead in early in the game, and Baylor never did much to recover from it.

Texas A&M will now face Stanford in the Final Four on April 3 at 7:00. UConn will play Notre Dame at 9:00.

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