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Charlie Creme ESPN.com 

Iowa's turnovers (21) continued to haunt them. Despite 23 points and 13 rebounds from espnW Player of the Year Megan Gustafson, the Hawkeyes trail Mercer, 51-50 after 3 quarters. A No. 2 has never lost to a 15-seed.

Charlie Creme ESPN.com 

Megan Gustafson was 9-of-9 for 19 points in the first half for Iowa, but have let Mercer stay in the game because the Hawkeyes have 14 turnovers. 35-27 Iowa at the half and Mercer best player KeKe Calloway has just 3 points.

Charlie Creme ESPN.com 

South Carolina with a solid, if not spectacular, start against Belmont. The Gamecocks didn't make a 3PTer in the first half and largely used their physical dominance to lead 29-16. Belmont only scored 3 points in the 2nd quarter, largely struggling with SC's size.

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

Albany No. 1 seed Louisville easily advanced in the NCAA women's basketball tournament, beating No. 16 Robert Morris 69-34 Friday. ACC player of the year Asia Durr and fellow senior Sam Fuehring led Louisville with 19 points each. Fuehring, who suffered an ankle sprain in the ACC final March 10, was back strong. She went 9 of 9 from the field and added 11 rebounds. Cardinals coach Jeff Walz was suspended from the game because of language used during the national semifinals last year, but will be back on the bench for the second round Sunday.

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

Good to see forward Sam Fuehring back on court for Albany Regional No. 1 seed Louisville in today's NCAA women's tournament opener. She suffered ankle injury in ACC tournament final and played just 12 minutes in that loss. Guard Arica Carter (leg) is not playing but is expected back if Cardinals advance to second round. Louisville coach Jeff Walz is suspended for today's game for language used in last year's Final Four semifinals.