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4th in Big Ten

Michigan women dominate Kansas State 84-54 in NCAAs

Naz Hillmon scored 17 points off the bench, Nicole Munger and Kayla Robbins each added 13 and eighth-seeded Michigan shot a season-high 56 percent to run away from No. 9 seed Kansas State 84-54 on Friday in the women's NCAA Tournament.

Baylor's Brown powers in for layup (0:30)
Northern Colorado's Williams drills corner-3 (0:15)
Michigan's Flaherty drives for tough layup (0:17)
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Katelynn Flaherty running the show for Michigan

High-scoring Michigan senior Katelynn Flaherty offered to make the switch from wing to point guard, a position she'll likely play in the WNBA, and the move has paid off. The Wolverines are in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2013.

Flaherty, Michigan upsets Maryland (1:04)
No. 16 Michigan soars past Michigan State in rivalry matchup (0:45)
Mitchell, Ohio State top Michigan in OT (0:50)
Mitchell goes coast-to-coast for game-tying bucket (0:21)
Ohio State's Doss gets 3-point play (0:26)
No. 3 Notre Dame remains unbeaten (0:59)
Louisville powers past Michigan in second half (0:54)
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Ohio State aiming for Final Four in own backyard

Behind a top-10 team and one of the most dynamic players in the country, the Buckeyes hope to return to the Women's Final Four in the season of the 25th anniversary of their only other appearance.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan beats Oklahoma State 92-91, but the ViewFromVegas is Jaquan Evans' 3-pointer at the buzzer (cutting the lead from 4 to 1) made a winner of Oklahoma State backers as Michigan was a 2.5-point favorite. There were some Michigan backers that got the Wolverines at pick 'em, but far more suffered a classic bad beat (though the game was a coin-flip most of the way).