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Post Players Set to Take Spotlight in Women's NCAA Tournament

SI.com Friday, 9 March 2018
Post Players Set to Take Spotlight in Women's NCAA TournamentWomen's college hoops has been dominated by guards in recent years, but the likes of 6'7" Teaira McCowan, 6'5" A'ja Wilson and other post players are primed to have a big impact on this year's NCAA tournament.
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News video: Loyola celebrates after learning it will face Miami in the NCAA tournament

▶ Loyola celebrates after learning it will face Miami in the NCAA tournament 00:17

Loyola men's basketball players celebrate after the team learned they would face Miami in the NCAA Tournament during a selection show watch party at Gentile Arena on March 11, 2018, in Chicago. (Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune)

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