Women's College Basketball

 
                === Texas A&M rides Walker to regional final ===
 
 Lincoln,  NE  (SportsNetwork.com) -  Courtney  Walker  scored a  game-high  25
 points,  leading all  five starters in double figures, as the Texas A&M Aggies
 defeated  the DePaul  Blue Demons,  84-65, in  the semifinals  of the  Lincoln
 Regional at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
 
 Courtney  Williams  was responsible for  15 points  and seven rebounds for the
 third-seeded Aggies (27-8), followed by Karla Gilbert and Jordan Jones with 11
 points  apiece and  Tori Scott 10. Jones  also handed out six assists and made
 five steals in order to offset six turnovers.
 
 The  seventh-seeded Blue Demons (29-7) were paced by Jasmine Penny who dropped
 in  24 points  and pulled down seven rebounds, followed by Megan Rogowski with
 14  points as  she hit on 3-of-9  shots behind the 3-point line. Megan Podkowa
 accounted for 11 points, nine boards and four blocks.
 
 DePaul  had just  two points through the  first six minutes of the meeting and
 ended  up shooting  a dismal 8-of-29 (.276)  from the floor in the first half.
 A  mere 2-of-11 beyond the arc heading into the break, the Blue Demons trailed
 by a score of 38-24 at intermission.
 
 After  shooting 60 percent  from the floor through the first 20 minutes of the
 game,  the Aggies repeated  the feat in the season half as they cruised to the
 comfortable victory.
 
 Texas  A&M  missed both of  its 3-pointers on  the evening, compared to DePaul
 which  was 4-of-20.  The Aggies  produced a  38-29 rebounding  advantage which
 helped to combat 18 turnovers.
 
 The  Aggies  will be back  in action on Monday  night against UConn, after the
 Huskies defeated BYU (70-51) on Saturday, for the right to appear in the Final
 Four in Nashville.
 
 
 
 03/29 21:20:43 ET

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