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Women's NCAA Championships, 2005

Division I

First Round—ChattanoogaLouisiana State 70, Stetson 36
Arizona 72, Oklahoma 69
DePaul 79, Virginia Tech 78
Liberty 78, Penn State 70
Georgia 75, Rice 49
Texas 64, Oral Roberts 47
Boston College 65, Houston 43
Duke 80, Canisius 48
First Round—TempeNorth Carolina 97, Coppin State 62
George Washington 60, Mississippi 57
Arizona State 87, Eastern Kentucky 65
Notre Dame 61, UC-Santa Barbara 51
Virginia 79, Old Dominion 57
Minnesota 64, St. Francis (Pa.) 33
Oregon 58, Texas Christian Univ. 55
Baylor 91, Illinois State 70
First Round—PhiladelphiaTennessee 94, Western Carolina 43
Purdue 68, New Mexico 56
Middle Tennessee 60, North Carolina State 58
Texas Tech 69, Texas-Arlington 49
Temple 66, Louisiana Tech 61
Rutgers 62, Hartford 37
Maryland 65, Wisconsin-Green Bay 55
Ohio State 86, Holy Cross 45
First Round—Kansas CityMichigan State 73, Alcorn State 41
Southern California 65, Louisville 49
Vanderbilt 67, Montana 44
Kansas State 70, Bowling Green 60
Florida State 87, Richmond 54
Connecticut 95, Dartmouth 47
Utah 73, Iowa State 61
Stanford 94, Santa Clara 57
Second Round—ChattanoogaLouisiana State 76, Arizona 43
Liberty 88, DePaul 79
Georgia 70, Texas 68
Duke 70, Boston College 65
Second Round—TempeNorth Carolina 71, George Washington 47
Arizona State 70, Notre Dame 61
Minnesota 73, Virginia 58
Baylor 69, Oregon 46
Second Round—PhiladelphiaTennessee 75, Purdue 54
Texas Tech 80, Middle Tennessee 69
Rutgers 61, Temple 54
Ohio State 75, Maryland 65
Second Round—Kansas CityMichigan State 61, Southern California 59
Vanderbilt 63, Kansas State 60
Connecticut 70, Florida State 52
Stanford 88, Utah 62
Third Round—ChattanoogaLouisiana State 90, Liberty 48
Duke 63, Georgia 57
Third Round—TempeNorth Carolina 79, Arizona State 72
Baylor 64, Minnesota 57
Third Round—PhiladelphiaTennessee 75, Texas Tech 59
Rutgers 64, Ohio State 58
Third Round—Kansas CityMichigan State 76, Vanderbilt 64
Stanford 76, Connecticut 59
Regional FinalsChattanooga—Louisiana State 59, Duke 49
Tempe—Baylor 72, North Carolina 63
Philadelphia—Tennessee 59, Rutgers 49
Kansas City—Michigan State 76, Stanford 69
Final Four(April 3, 2005, Indianapolis, Ind.)
Michigan State 68, Tennessee 64
Baylor 68, Louisiana State 57
National Championship(April 5, 2005, Indianapolis, Ind.)
Baylor 84, Michigan State 62

Division II

ChampionshipWashburn 70, Seattle Pacific 53

Division III

ChampionshipMillikin 70, Randolph-Macon 50

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