It was an impressive beginning for Duquesne in the NCAA women's tournament Saturday.
The No. 9 seed in the Bridgeport Regional easily beat No. 8 seed Seton Hall.
Duquesne's reward? Top-ranked Connecticut, which is on a 70-game winning streak and seeking its fourth straight national title. A glance at Day 2 of the NCAA women's tournament:
Connecticut 101, Robert Morris 49: Freshman Katie Lou Samuelson scored 22 points to lift the Huskies (33-0) over the Colonials (20-13) at Storrs, Conn.
Duquesne 97, Seton Hall 76: The Dukes (28-5), in their NCAA debut, used a 15-0 third-quarter run to stretch a six-point halftime lead over the...