At Municipal Auditorium
▪ No. 6 Dalton State (Ga.), 30-4, vs. No. 2 Talladega (Ala.), 32-4, 6 p.m. Monday
▪ No. 1 Hope International (Calif.), 31-2, vs. Westmont (Calif.), 24-10, 8 p.m. Monday
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Jordan Bowling, Dalton State
He’s the leading scorer left in the tournament, averaging 21.7 points per game. Bowling scored 32 in a first-round win over Wiley (Texas) and has hit six of 12 from three-point range in three games, tops among players from the four semifinalists.
Matt Green, Hope International
Green is averaging 19 points per game as a long-range specialist, shooting 12 for 33 from three-point range. He hit four threes vs. Montana Western in round two and five vs. Martin Methodist in the quarterfinals.
Cory Blau, Westmont
Blau is averaging 18 points per game. He’s perfect from the free-throw line in his last two games (11 for 11). Shot eight of 13 from the floor in his team’s quarterfinal win over Mid-America Christian (Okla.).
Brandon Peters, Talladega
He’s made eight steals in three games, the best percentage of any player in the semifinals. He shot 10 of 16 from the floor and scored 22 points in a second-round win over Our Lady of the Lake (Texas) and is averaging 14.3 points per game for the tournament.
At Independence Events Center
▪ No. 4 Westmont (Calif.), 27-6, vs. No. 1 Oklahoma City, 28-2, 6 p.m.
▪ No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.), 35-1, vs. No. 1 Campbellsville (Ky.), 32-3, 8 p.m.
Yvonte Neal, Oklahoma City
Neal is the leading scorer among the semifinalists, She is averaging 21.7 points in three games. Neal has hit 10 of 23 threes, shooting 43.5 percent from behind the arc, which is topped only by teammate Rateska Brown (11 of 25, 44 percent).
Grace Alonso de Amino, Freed-Hardeman
She’s averaging 18.7 points and 13 rebounds per game, the latter of which is most of any player in the semifinals. She scored 26 in a quarterfinal win over Montana State-Northern, shooting 10 for 20 from the field.
Kristin Karr, Westmont
Karr leads her team in scoring for the tournament, averaging 18 points, including 24 against Oklahoma Baptist in the quarterfinals. She made four threes in that game, but in 12 attempts. Karr was three for four from behind the arc in the first and second rounds.
LeeAnn Grider, Campbellsville
She’s made nine steals in three games, the best percentage of any player in the semifinals. Was eight of 12 from the free-throw line, scoring 17 points against Bethel (Tenn.) in the quarterfinals.