TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona and North Carolina are looking for more consistency in the second round of the women's NCAA Tournament.
The Wildcats had some early-game jitters in their opener against UNLV before pulling away in the fourth quarter. The Tar Heels played a similar game against Stephen F. Austin, rallying from a shaky start with a big fourth quarter.
The key when they meet in the second round on Monday night could come down to the high-scoring guards, Arizona's Shaina Pellington and North Carolina's Deja Kelly. At stake is a trip to Greensboro, North Carolina in the Sweet 16.
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