UK Women in the Elite 8!

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Updated: 3/25/2012 9:15 pm
UK Hoops still alive in the NCAA Tournament with a 17 point win over the Bulldogs in the Sweet 16.

Next up for the Cats is UConn on Tuesday at 7 ET in Kingston, Rhode Island.

The game will be broadcast on ESPN.

UK was 12 of 21 from behind the arc in the victory. 

Samarie Walker will face her old team.  The Huskies transfer is averaging 8.2 points per game and 7 rebounds this season.

It's the third trip to the Elite Eight in program history for Kentucky, the second in three years.

The Cats are 1-2 vs. Connecticut all-time.  The last meeting coming on November 34th, 1999.  It was a 68062 Husky win.
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