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Sports: College Basketball, Locke, Tennis #133761

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 24, 1991
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Highlights of the NCAA tournament basketball games between University of North Carolina-Temple University and Duke University -Saint John's University shown. Other members of the final four, University of Kansas and University of Nevada, Las Vegas, mentioned. Report introduced.

(Lexington, Kentucky: Donna de Varona) University of Kentucky men's basketball team assistant coach Bernadette Locke profiled; practice scenes shown. [LOCKE - talks about coaching the men's team.] [Head coach Rick PITINO - talks about Locke.] Locke's basketball background reviewed. [Players Reggie HANSON, Jamal MASHBURN, John PELPHREY - talk about Locke's help.] [LOCKE - talks about opening doors for other women coaches.]

(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Surprise tennis tournament final between Jim Courier and David Wheaton reported; match point shown.

Donaldson, Sam;
Gandolf, Ray;
De Varona, Donna

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