LSU’s Jasmine Carson reacts to her three pointer during the first half of the NCAA Women’s Final Four championship basketball game against Iowa Sunday, April 2, 2023, at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas (AP News photo)
NCAA Women’s Championship podcast with Michael Roberson:
DALLAS–LSU Tigers (34-2) Jasmine Carson will remember this NCAA Championship for quite sometime as she led with 22 points and was almost perfect from the field scoring 21 of those 22 points in the Tigers 102-85 victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes (31-7).
LSU demonstrated what a strong offensive team they are becoming the highest scoring team with their 102 points in NCAA Championship history. With LSU and Iowa combining for a total 187 point make this game the highest scoring game in NCAA Championship history.
Carson didn’t miss a shot in the first half converting all seven, hitting all four of her 3 pointers, LSU was unstoppable in the first half scoring 59 points in first 20 minutes of the game. It was pretty evident that LSU was in command and Iowa just couldn’t get a defensive game to stop the Tigers from their lopsided offense.
Michael Roberson is in Dallas covering the NCAA Final Four and the NCAA Championship for http://www.sportsradioservice.com