Sydney Carter scored 22 points and Texas A&M finally beat Baylor, 58-46 on Tuesday night to send the Aggies to their first Final Four in school history.
Texas A&M (31-5) had lost eight straight games against its Big
12 rival, including the previous three this season.
When it counted most, the Aggies scored the first seven points
in the Dallas Regional championship and led throughout the game.
Baylor (34-3) and All-American post player Brittney Griner will
have to settle for the Big 12 regular season and tournament
trophies the still-young Bears already won this season.
Griner, the 6-foot-8 standout sophomore coming off a career-high
40 points, had 20 points and nine rebounds.
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