Tag Archives: “National Championship Game”

Florida Wins Womens College World Series Title

Rack up another national title by an SEC School as the Lady Gators from Florida won the Women’s College World Series Title.  Senior right-handed pitcher Hannah Rogers did not start Tuesday night’s game for the Florida Gators, but her steady hand and tremendous command closed out the final two innings of the Women’s College World Series Championship Series, helping Florida softball (55-12) earn the first National Championship in program history on the back of a 6-3 win over the Alabama Crimson Tide (53-13).  According to OnlyGators.com Florida outscored its opponents 81-10 in the 2014 NCAA Tournament with eight shutouts and six run-rule victories.

(H/T: OnlyGators.com and SEC Digital Network)

U Conn Claims National Title 60-54

The University of Connecticut Huskies used superb guard play and clutch three point shooting to hold off the Kentucky Wildcats 60-54  to claim their fourth NCAA Division I Men’s National Championship in basketball on Monday night.

 

Senior guard Shabazz Napier had 22 points, six rebounds and three assists, and his partner in defensive lock-down, Ryan Boatright, finished with 14 points.

(H/T: NCAA.com)

Kentucky Wildcats to Face Connecticut Huskies in National Championship Game

 

 

By virtue of their last second shot by Aaron Harrison, the Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday and will face Connecticut in the National Championship game tonight.

All Access Video of Wildcat Victory Over Wisconsin

 

(H/T:  UKAthletics.com)

 

 

Connecticut Downs Florida Gators, Advances to National Championship

The Connecticut Huskies controlled the tempo after overcoming an early 7-0 deficit and hung on to defeat the Florida Gators 63-53 in Saturday’s first Final Four game, and secured a spot in Monday night’s National Championship game.

Connecticut Junior forward DeAndre Daniels was the critical contributor for U Conn, amassing 20 points and 10 rebounds in U Conn’s dominant performance.

(H/T:  Hayden Bird/ Streetwise Media and NCAA.com)