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|NAIA National Tournament (March 18-23)|
**Wednesday night's away game has been moved to Thursday at 12pm due to weather**
The University of St. Thomas women's basketball team rounded out the regular season by splitting home games against Our Lady of the Lake and Huston-Tillotson over the past few days.
The University of St. Thomas women's basketball team qualified for the Red River Athletic Conference Tournament after posting two victories last weekend on the road. The two wins bring the Celts' record to 15-13 on the season and 10-8 in RRAC play.
The University of St. Thomas women's basketball team held it's third annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation night prior to their game against LSU Shreveport last Thursday. Each player and coach selected a faculty or staff member to honor who has gone above and beyond to help make their experience at UST special.
The University of St. Thomas women's basketball team has found themselves in some tight spots over the past few weeks and they are beginning to develop a reputation for being able to escape close games with victories. On Tuesday night, the team once again found themselves trailing late in the second half, this time to the University of the Southwest. Despite the late deficit, the Celts were able to pull out the road win in overtime, 66-60. With the win, the Celts' record is now 13-13 overall and 9-8 in Red River Athletic Conference play.