Olivia Cochran declared her departure from the lady’s due to inadequate

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. No. 23 Syracuse defeated No. 15 Louisville 73-72 on Sunday thanks to two free throws from Dyaisha Fair following an intentional foul with 2.3 seconds remaining.

Thirty-three seconds remained and Alyssa Latham had stopped Kiki Jefferson with the 12th blocked shot for Syracuse, but the Orange were scurrying to get a good look before the shot clock ran out. After entering the lane, Georgia Woolley had a step-back go off the front of the rim.

With just two fouls for the Cardinals, Olivia Cochran’s foul to try to stop a final play after Kennedi Perkins’ tipped rebound gave the ball to Fair was a smart move. Nevertheless, Cochran grabbed Fair instead of going for the ball, and a deliberate

Carver will have to do without its best player if it hopes to win the GHSA class 4A girls state basketball championship two years in a row.

GHSA spokesperson Steve Figueroa informed the Ledger-Enquirer on Wednesday morning that senior Olivia Cochran, a McDonald’s All-American and Louisville commit, was dismissed during the Tigers’ 70-63 Elite 8 victory over Woodward and would be suspended for the rest of the season. During the game, Cochran was assessed two technical fouls; the final one was assessed with 2:41 remaining.

Law 2.72 on page 34 of the 2019-2020 GHSA bylaws states that an athlete must sit out the next two games following an ejection in a number of sports, including basketball. In this instance, the two games would be the squad’s Final Four


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