ROSEMONT, IL – Brittany Hrynko led a balanced attack as DePaul captured its first Big East Tournament championship in school history with a 65-57 win over St. John’s on Tuesday night.
Hrynko led all scorers with 15 points and also grabbed eight rebounds and dished out six assists.
Jasmine Penny was named the tournament’s most outstanding player. She scored 11 points on the night.
Jason Benetti and Ann Meyers Drysdale called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.
(Megan Rogowski scores to put the Blue Demons up 30-29)
(It’s tied at 35-35 after Brianna Brown’s three for St. John’s)
(The teams trade buckets early in the second half)
(Jasmine Penny lays one in and DePaul starts to pull away)
(The final call as DePaul wins the Big East)
(Postgame interview with DePaul’s Jasmine Penny)
(Postgame recap from Jason Benetti and Ann Meyers Drysdale)
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