Stephanie Watts' monster game against Alabama not enough in NCAA Tournament


After waiting six years to play in an NCAA tournament game, did all she could to make it a memorable debut. The 2016 ACC freshman of the year did it all for North Carolina with 29 points, seven 3-pointers and three blocks, but it wasn't enough to overcome Alabama in the Tar Heels' 80-71 first-round loss in San Antonio on Monday afternoon. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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