A statistical breakdown of No. 7 Washington's Final Four matchup against fourth-seeded Syracuse, taking place in Indianapolis on Sunday.
The UW women’s basketball team is playing in its first-ever Final Four. A look at how the No. 7 Huskies match up against fourth-seeded Syracuse. UW fell to the Orange, 66-62, when the teams met in November, but coach Mike Neighbors contends his team has galvanized since that loss and is ready for a rematch.
Huskies (26-10) vs. Syracuse (29-7)
5:30 p.m. PT Sunday, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
TV: ESPN2. Radio: 1150 KKNW
Kelsey Plum, G, 5-8, jr.: 26.2 points
Alexus Atchley, G, 5-9, sr.: 5.1 points
Talia Walton, F, 6-2, sr.: 16.2 points
Katie Collier, F, 6-3, jr.: 6.0 points
Chantel Osahor, C, 6-2, jr.: 10.3 points
Isabella Slim, F, 6-0, jr.: 1.4 points
Bria Day, C, 6-4, jr.: 10.0 points
Brittney Sykes, G, 5-9, jr.: 10.0 points
Brianna Butler, G, 5-11, sr.: 13.6 points
Alexis Peterson, G, 5-7, jr: 16.1 points
Notes: Chantel Osahor has averaged 14.5 points, 15.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists while shooting 53 percent from the field during the NCAA tournament. … Kelsey Plum, who has 2,401 career points, needs 14 more to move past Lisa Leslie for fourth place on the Pac-12’s career scoring list. … Talia Walton, who has 1,790 points, needs 12 more to move past Rhonda Smith for fifth place on Washington’s career scoring list. … Syracuse has four players who average double figures in scoring and has made 136 more three-pointers than its opponents. The Orange also forces over 10 more turnovers a game than their opponents.