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South Carolina Dominates North Carolina to Advance in NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament

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The South Carolina Gamecocks showcased a dominant performance against the North Carolina Tar Heels in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, solidifying their spot in the Sweet 16. The highly anticipated matchup unfolded at the electric Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C., drawing in a crowd of over 14,000 enthusiastic fans.

From the very start, South Carolina set the tone with a relentless display of skill and determination. Led by senior center Kamilla Cardoso, who’s still pondering her future in the WNBA Draft, the Gamecocks overwhelmed their opponents, fueled by a passionate home crowd that roared with excitement throughout the game.

Following Cardoso’s emotional return after a suspension, South Carolina showcased resilience and focus, determined to avenge a past loss to North Carolina earlier in the season. Senior guard Te-Hina Paopao, along with rising stars Tessa Johnson and MiLaysia Fulwiley, delivered standout performances, steering the Gamecocks to an impressive 88-41 victory.

The Gamecocks now move forward to the Sweet 16 in the Albany 1 Regional, where they are set to face off against the winner of the upcoming clash between Indiana and Oklahoma. Coach Dawn Staley commended her team’s stellar performance and emphasized the importance of sustaining this momentum as they progress in the tournament.

Rachel Adams

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