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The Arizona Wildcats are on their way to the national championship after an impressive win over UConn Huskies in the NCAA Women’s Final Four.The Wildcats made it to the national semifinals as 14-point underdogs, reaching their first national championship game as they face the Pac-12 – Rivals Stanford, who defeated South Carolina in the first Final Four matchup

Arizona led wire-to-wire after a 16-10 lead after the first quarter and a 32-22 lead at halftime The Wildcats Defense held one of the highest-scoring offenses in the nation under wraps UConn scored in the Average more than 82 points per game and an average of 86 points5 points per game in the NCAA tournament

UConn recorded the biggest deficit of the season on Friday evening, 14 points behind in the second half and never had a lead in the game.This is also UConn’s first double-digit loss in the NCAA tournament since 2007

Arizona’s Aari McDonald led her team to victory with 26 points and seven rebounds. UConn’s top scorer was Christyn Williams, who missed a controversial call towards the end of the game. She had 20 points and five rebounds

After the game, UConn head coach Geno Auriemma had a lot to say about the defeat. Commenting on the team’s mentality, he said: “We have a very immature group, Not just young, when we get high and reach the top of the world, we think everything is great When things don’t go our way, we sulk, “He added,” It was incredibly difficult for us to get things done “

UConn’s star Paige Bueckers has earned a lot of praise during this tournament, including being the first freshman to win the AP Women’s Basketball Player of the Year, but Auriemma, who is just 21 years old Final Four trained – he’s 11-10 – and suffered his fourth straight defeat in the national semifinals, saying they have a long way to go

“As good as you all think it is, and she really is good If we’re going to be here in Connecticut with her for the next few years, she has to get a lot better, “he said

After the historic win, Arizona head coach Adia Barnes was seen using selected words and gestures to exaggerate her team after the game. She explained the whole thing, saying, “I haven’t talked about the NCAA, I have one Swear word said, and the swear word was basically “Forget everyone”, it was a little bit more to do a chosen word, but “Forget everyone who didn’t believe in us'”

While many have tallied the wildcats, Barnes said, “This is my team and I believe in them and I’ll run through a wall for them and I’m just so proud because they do everything I ask, they believe.” and that’s all I can ask of the team they play hard for me and i give it my all “

It ended well for her team, but she said either way she would be happy with her team’s fight

“[I said] at the end of the day whether we won or lost when we play the hardest and do whatever we can to control that I would be happy with the result and walk away with my head I am just so proud of this team “

The wildcats try to continue this swing when they turn No. 1 place 1 total seed – and Pac-12 rivals – Stanford in the national championship game on Sunday Stanford defeated Arizona both times in the regular season, 81-54 on Jan. January in Tuscon and 62-48 on 22 February in Stanford The two did not meet in the Pac-12 tournament after Arizona lost in the semifinals to UCLA

This will be the first NCAA Division I national basketball championship game to feature two Pac-12 teams. The last time there was conference matchup for the national women’s title was in 2017, when South Carolina took the state of Mississippi in an all-SEC -Finals defeated

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