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UCLA beats West Virginia, 62-60, in women's NIT final
UCLA beats West Virginia, 62-60, in women's NIT final

The gap in the middle of West Virginia's defense was a repeating invitation that UCLA freshman Jordin Canada couldn't pass up. Canada drove to the basket often and scored a season-high 31 points to lead UCLA to a 62-60 win over West Virginia for the Women's National Invitation Tournament championship Saturday. Canada was the only double-figure scorer for the Bruins (19-18) and was selected the tournament's most valuable player. "The driving lane was wide open," Canada said. "I just tried to attack the basket as much as I can." West Virginia had success in keeping UCLA's Kari Korver and Nirra Fields in check. Korver had made 12 of 17...

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