For the 2nd straight season, Mississippi State women's basketball saw confetti fall in a national title game for all the heartbreaking reasons.
Arike Ogunbowale's three-pointer with 0.1 seconds remaining gave Notre Dame a 61-58 victory Sunday night.
That’s a wrap (?) Notre Dame tops Mississippi State 61-58 in the National Championship... But wait... .1 seconds back on the clock? Idk what’s happening pic.twitter.com/vJRQ51bTuX— Rachel Richlinski (@RachRichlinski) April 2, 2018
The Bulldogs went on a 24-5 run spanning late in the 1st quarter to halftime. MSU led Notre Dame 30-17 at intermission. The Bulldogs stretched the lead to 15 but a Fighting Irish 18-1 run gave them the lead in the 4th quarter.
Both teams traded leads in the final frame before https://tOgunbowale's 2nd buzzer beater in as many games. Victoria Vivians led MSU with 21 points. Teaira McCowan recorded yet another double-double: 18 points, 17 rebounds.witter.com/ncaawbb/status/980599788923060224
Mississippi State finishes a historic season 37-2. The Bulldogs won their first SEC regular season championship and received their first #1 seed in program history.
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