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Campbellsville Women's Basketball makes it to NAIA Fab Four

By Jordan Alves
News from Campbellsville University

Campbellsville women's basketball is heading to its second-ever NAIA Fab Four and the second in three years after defeating No. 1-overall seed Freed-Hardeman, 73-70, on Saturday night in Billings, MT.

Emily Fox led CU with 20 points on 4-of-6 from behind the arc. She has now hit 13 3-point baskets in the tournament to lead all players. Lexxus Graham (left in photo) came off the bench and played terrific with 16 points and also hit all four 3s. Campbellsville Women's Basketball will meet Oklahoma City on Monday, March 20 at 6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET/ at Rimrock Metrapark Arena, 308 6th Ave N, Billings, MT



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