Blue Devils fall short to Stanford 81-63

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Kathleen Scheer drives down the lane in the first half after she had just entered the game.  Scheer's beautiful drive down the lane, laying it up off the glass, would end up being her final points of her career.

Fresno, Ca – Halftime Update - Duke’s Kathleen Scheer came off the bench giving the Blue Devils a much needed spark as the Blue Devils went on a 9-2 run to pull with in nine.

Stanford answered by out scoring the Blue Devils 10-4 to end the half with a 15 point lead.  Stanford’s Nnemkadi Ogwumike led all scores with 15 points.

Fresno, Ca - The Duke Blue Devils will battle the heavily favored Stanford Cardinals at 8 p.m. CST.  New Haven Alumni, Kathleen Scheer is all smiles with the young freshman Jenna Frush as they shoot around, staying relaxed.

This will be the third year Scheer and her team has made it to the elite eight.  Scheer hopes that this will not be her last game but the intro to her first Final Four game.

We will give a halftime update.