NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Cameron Reynolds scored 22 points and made back-to-back 3-point jumpers to wrest back the lead and Tulane made 10 free throws down the stretch to hold off Houston 81-72 Wednesday night. Houston had won five of its previous six games, falling only to No. 9 Wichita State on January 4, and had taken its biggest lead of the game, 52-49, on a Wes VanBeck 3-pointer.
Texas Southern University women's basketball team reacts as they received their NCAA bid against Baylor, Monday, March 13, 2017, in Houston. Texas Southern University women's basketball team reacts as they received their NCAA bid against Baylor, Monday, March 13, 2017, in Houston. Texas guard Brooke McCarty, right, drives the ball during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against West Virginia, Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017, in Austin, Texas.
The University of Houston received a boost Wednesday night with the return of forward Breaon Brady, who missed three games with an ankle injury. Brady, a 6-8 junior college transfer, was in the starting lineup against Tulane, his first action since injuring his left ankle during a 21-point performance Dec. 30 against Temple. His return comes as the Cougars prepare to face seventh-ranked Wichita State at 11 a.m. Saturday at H&PE Arena.
Sampson on first meeting with Wichita State: ‘They blitzed us in almost every way. They just sucked us down dark alley & pulled out AKs on us from every direction. I didn’t know to look in front of me, behind me, up on windows. We were walking on grenades. They just blew us up.’
2018 timetable to determine Women’s Final Four sites:
• Final bids due by April 27
• NCAA committee and staff conducting site visits in July/August
• In-person presentations Sept. 17-21
• Announcement of hosts for 2021-24 in early October
Houston among eight cities under consideration to host Women’s Final Four from 2021-24. List of cities: Cleveland, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Missouri; Minneapolis, Nashville and San Antonio.
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