TAMPA, Fla.— LSU made a rare quick exit from the NCAA Tournament.
Courtney Williams had 17 points and 12 rebounds, Alisia Jenkins added 15 points and No. 6 seed South Florida beat 11th-seed LSU 73-64 in a first round game Saturday night.
The Tigers first opening round defeat since a 75-65 setback to Southern Miss in 1990 came before a loud announced crowd of 5,560 in USF’s first ever NCAA home postseason game.
“They executed their game plan better than we did, and I don’t think it had anything to do with the crowd,” LSU guard DaShawn Harden said. “I think it had