BYU women's basketball team advances to quarterfinals

In their third matchup of the season, the BYU women's basketball team defeated the Wyoming Cowgirls 67-63 on Thursday.

A rebound and put-back from Jazmine Foreman, with 20 seconds left on the clock, gave BYU a two-point advantage and led them to an eventual 67-63 victory in Laramie. Subsequent free-throws from Haley Hall and Coriann Wood padded the final score to advance the Cougars to the WNIT quarterfinals.

"This is a great win for our program," said BYU head coach Jeff Judkins. "It's going to go down as one of the top wins for me. It was a great team effort. I tried to sub as much as I could to keep everyone fresh on the court."

Wood finished the game leading the Cougars with 18 points, going 4-4 from beyond the arc to tie her season- and career-high.

"Coriann played very, very well tonight," Judkins said. "She did a great all-around job for us."

Mindy Bonham and Foreman were the other two players to record double-digits for the Cougars. Bonham finished with 11 points while Foreman added 12 of her own.

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