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1995 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament - Tournament Records
... Free Throws—Connecticut made 34 free throws in the semi-final game against Stanford, setting the record for most free throws completed in a Final Four ... Most points—Alabama scored 121 points in a four overtime game against Duke, setting the record for most points scored in an NCAA tournament game ... scored by Duke is the second most scored in an NCAA tournament game, and the most in a losing effort ...
1998 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament - Tournament Records
... North Carolina State, attempted 15 free throws in the semi-final game against Louisiana Tech, setting the record for most free throw attempts in a Final ... margin—Tennessee defeated Arkansas 86–58 in the semi-final game ... margin of 28 points set the record for winning margin in a Final Four game ...
Quebec Scotties Tournament Of Hearts
... The Quebec Scotties Tournament of Hearts (French Championnat Provincial des Cœurs Scotties) is the Quebec provincial women's curling tournament ... The winning team represents Quebec at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts ...
2003 National Invitation Tournament
... The 2003 National Invitation Tournament was the 2003 edition of the annual NCAA college basketball competition ... John's tournament victory was later vacated due to use of an ineligible player ... Marcus Hatten's tournament Most Valuable Player award was also vacated ...
List Of NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament Venues - Tournament Games Trivia
... University of Dayton Arena and Kansas City, Missouri have hosted the most tournament games ... New York City has not hosted an NCAA Tournament game since 1974 in addition, the current Madison Square Garden (33rd Street) has never hosted an NCAA Tournament game ... All NCAA Tournament games held in Manhattan were hosted at the third Madison Square Garden, which was located on Eighth Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets ...

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