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Stanford's Jayne Appel Scores Whopping 46 Points Leading Cardinals to Final Four

Stanford's Jayne Appel Scores Whopping 46 Points Leading Cardinals to Final Four

Stanford's impressive center Jayne Appel scored a whopping 46 points leading her team to victory against the Iowa State Cyclones and securing Stanford's Cardinals a slot in the NCAA Women's Tournament Final Four.

Stanford's impressive center Jayne Appel scored 46 points leading her team to victory against the Iowa State Cyclones Monday, securing Stanford's Cardinals a slot in the NCAA Women's Tournament Final Four.

At 6' 4" Appel, a junior, became the third highest scorer in a women's NCAA tournament game. Drake's Lorri Bauman and Texas Tech's Sheryl Swoopes are the only players in history to score more in a single game than Appel, according to the Associated Press.

Appel scored 27 points in the first half, two more than the fourth-seeded Cyclones' entire roster.
Stanford is headed for its eighth Final Four. At the Final Four in St. Louis, the Cardinals will face off with the victorious team of the University of Connecticut's match-up with Arizona State.

Stanford was the last team to beat this season's undefeated UCONN Huskies at last season's semifinal game in Tampa, according to the AP.

At the Final Four in St. Louis, the Cardinal will meet the winner of Connecticut's Trenton Regional final meeting with Arizona State. Stanford is the last team to beat the undefeated Huskies, doing it in last season's semifinal game in Tampa.
 

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