No. 2 Iowa Women Play LSU Monday Night In NCAA Regional Final

The second ranked Iowa Hawkeye women face a title game rematch as they get set to play LSU in Monday night’s regional final in Albany, New York. A year ago, LSU hammered to Hawkeyes 102-85 in the NCAA championship game.

That’s Hawkeye coach Lisa Bluder. Iowa star Caitlin Clark diced up Colorado with dribble drives in Saturday’s 89-68 victory and finished with 29 points and 15 assists. Bluder says that will be tougher to do against LSU.

It is a rematch the country was hoping to see but it also means one of last seasons finalists won’t be returning to the Final Four.

Clark and LSU star Angel Reese are a big storyline after Reese taunted Clark during the waning seconds of last year’s championship game.

Clark says while her and Reese are getting attention it is all about the outcome of the game.

Clark says it is much more than just her against Reese.

Clark and the Hawkeyes are a win away from a second straight trip to the Final Four and the third in program history.

Clark says balanced scoring will be a key against LSU and not settling for the first shot.

LSU coach Kim Mulkey(mull-key) says Caitlin Clark sets the table for her teammates.

Mulkey says this game should be played at the Final Four.

Mulkey says there are a lot of similarities between Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese.

Angel Reese on her relationship with Caitlin Clark.

Reese says slowing down Iowa is more than just defending Clark.

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