Stand And Deliver
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The Terps couldn't solve do-it-all guard Candice Wiggins.
In her last chance at a Final Four, Stanford senior Candice Wiggins willed her team past top-seeded Maryland in the regional final. Wiggins turned in her second 40-plus-point performance -- a tourney record -- to end the Terps' season. Ted Miller | Watch
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- Tournament Dish: ACC feeling empty
- No. 2 Stanford tops 1-seed Maryland for Final Four
- Tournament Dish: Fear the Turtle
- Maryland turns up defense, breezes past Vandy
- Appel lifts up Wiggins, Stanford in win over Pitt
- Zellous, Walker carry Pitt over Baylor, to Sweet 16
- Wiggins ties school-best with 44 in Stanford win
- Maryland blows 15-point lead but beats Nebraska
5 Old Dominion
6 Geo Wash
7 Iowa State
10 Georgia Tech
13 UC San. Barb.
14 San Diego
15 Robert Morris
5 West Virginia
10 W. Kentucky
12 New Mexico
14 Fresno State
15 Cleveland State
16 Coppin State
1 North Carolina
3 Oklahoma State
5 Kansas State
6 Ohio State
11 Florida State
13 Miami (Ohio)
14 E. Tennessee St.
15 Jackson State
2 Texas A&M
5 Notre Dame
6 Arizona State
13 Illinois State
14 Murray State
16 Oral Roberts
No team enters the NCAA tournament more battle-tested than Stanford. The Cardinal beat Tennessee, Rutgers, Baylor, Utah, Old Dominion and Temple before even entering conference play, and then swept two games from Arizona State and three games from Bay Area rival Cal during the conference regular ... Team coverage