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College women's basketball: Lindstrom, Green Bay reach NCAAs

Two days after the Broman brothers sealed their spot in the NCAA men's tournament with Winthrop, former Superior star Jessica Lindstrom helped Green Bay make the women's field via Tuesday's 64-52 win over Detroit Mercy in the Horizon League champ...

Two days after the Broman brothers sealed their spot in the NCAA men's tournament with Winthrop, former Superior star Jessica Lindstrom helped Green Bay make the women's field via Tuesday's 64-52 win over Detroit Mercy in the Horizon League championship game at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.

Lindstrom scored 15 points and recorded nine rebounds en route to nabbing tournament MVP honors. The junior averaged 16.7 points and 10.6 rebounds in three games.

The Phoenix (27-5) never trailed Tuesday while qualifying for their third consecutive NCAA tournament, and 17th overall.

Overall, Lindstrom, a 2014 graduate of Superior High School, leads the Phoenix in rebounding with a 9.7 average and is second in scoring at 13 points per game.

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