ATLANTA — Midnight finally struck for Mary Hardin-Baylor, whose magical run through the NCAA Division III Tournament ended with a thud amid the glare and glitz of the national championship spotlight.
“With this run we’d made to get here, maybe we were thinking just a little bit that we had gotten some fairy dust sprinkled on us,” Crusaders coach Ken DeWeese said. “If so, we must have showered too much when we got here, because we did not play well offensively today.”
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