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UANL conquers the Big Eight bi-championship – El Sol de Tijuana

Tijuana.- Tigres from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL) achieved the two-time championship of the Eight Big Women of the ABE League, by winning in a cardiac game with 55 points to 49, over their classic rival the Borregos from the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey , which took place in the Rodrigo Valle Hernández Gymnasium-Auditorium, of CETYS University Campus Tijuana.

The best scorer for the Tigers was Angela Carrasco with 12 points, 7 rebounds and 1 assist. Despite the defeat, Irais Aguilera was the best scorer for Borregos, contributing 10 points to her team, in addition to 6 rebounds.

In this way the Autonomous of Nuevo León gets its second title within the ABE League, consolidating itself as the best team of the last three years within the student circuit in Mexico. For Borregas, this was his fourth final in eight seasons and he has yet to win the award.

UPAEP WINS THIRD PLACE

The Eagles of the Popular Autonomous University of the State of Puebla took third place in the 2022 National Championship of the Big Eight Women of the ABE League by defeating the local Foxes of CETYS Tijuana by 57 points to 37, at the Rodrigo Gymnasium-Auditorium Hernandez Valley.

The best scorer for the Eagles was Zaira Alvarado with 9 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Despite the defeat, Daryana Diaz of CETYS Tijuana was the best scorer of her team with 7 points, in addition to contributing 5 rebounds.

The 2022 Women’s Big Eight National Championship was held from June 15 to 18 at the “Rodrigo Valle Hernández” Gymnasium-Auditorium of CETYS University Campus Tijuana, an event endorsed by the Student Basketball Association of Mexico.

The participating teams were Tigres from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL), Monterrey Institute of Technology Campus State of Mexico (TEC MTY CEM), Eagles from the Popular Autonomous University of the State of Puebla (UPAEP), Lynx from the Universidad del Valle from Mexico (UVM) Querétaro, Sheep from the Monterrey Institute of Technology, Monterrey Institute of Technology Campus Hidalgo, Foxes from CETYS University Campus Tijuana, and Lions from the Universidad Anáhuac Norte.

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