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Jamie Weisner had career highs with 38 points and seven 3-pointers and Oregon State advanced to its first women's NCAA tournament regional final with an 83-71 victory over DePaul on Saturday.
Weisner propels Oregon St. to Elite Eight
No. 2 seed OSU beat DePaul 83-71 to reach the Elite Eight for the first time in program history. Jamie Weisner had a career high 38 points, which is also the most in Oregon St. postseason history. The Beavers will play No. 1 seed Baylor in the next round.
Oregon St. leads behind Weisner's hot start
OSU has a 45-38 lead at halftime over DePaul thanks in large part to Jamie Weisner's 20 points. She was 5-of-6 from 3-point range, while teammate Sydney Wiese (13 points) was 3-of-6. The winner will play Baylor in the Elite Eight. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN
While Baylor has been to the Final Four before, winning titles in 2005 and 2012 and making the national semifinals in 2010, it's the first time in the Elite Eight for Oregon State.
Saturday was just Oregon State's second Sweet 16 appearance. But in the win against DePaul, the Beavers looked worthy of playing for a spot in the Women's Final Four.
A big-time game from Jessica January -- and the poise to hold on tight down the stretch -- helped lift DePaul into the Sweet 16.
Don't tell Doug Bruno that DePaul plays like Steph Curry and the Warriors. "Golden State plays like us," said the coach, whose Blue Demons beat Louisville in the most consequential upset so far.
Jessica January scored 18 of her season-high 25 points in the first half and No. 6 seed DePaul held off third-seeded Louisville 73-72 on Sunday's second round of the women's NCAA tournament.
While Louisville's Myisha Hines-Allen keyed a crucial run in the Cardinals' opening-round victory, DePaul's defense shut down James Madison's Jazmon Gwathmey to advance.
Sixth-seeded DePaul made 11 3-pointers, shooting 52 percent from beyond the arc, as the Blue Demons routed James Madison 97-67 in the women's NCAA tournament.
The DePaul Blue Demons shot 61 percent in the first half and played at a pace James Madison never adjusted to in a 97-67 first-round victory.
Top-seeded Baylor might have to overcome a handful of giant killers -- including ever-familiar Louisville -- and some under-the-radar players and teams to book a return trip to the Sweet 16.