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MAKING A LIST: Quarterfinalists' home states
November 29th, 2008 7AM



Players on the eight quarterfinalists in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament hail from 30 state and three foreign countries. California led all states with 48 players representing six teams.


48 California (UCLA 19, Stanford 14, Portland 6, North Carolina 4, Notre Dame 3, Duke 2)
30 Texas (Texas A&M 17, Notre Dame 7, North Carolina 3, Duke 2, Portland 1)
12 Florida (Florida State 8, North Carolina 2, Duke 2)
12 North Carolina (North Carolina 8, Duke 4)
11 Colorado (Texas A&M 5, Portland 3, Florida State 2, North Carolina 1)
10 New Jersey (North Carolina 4, Duke 2, Florida State 2, Notre Dame 1, Stanford 1)
10 Illinois (Notre Dame 5, Florida State 3, Duke 1, North Carolina 1)
9 New York (North Carolina 4, Duke 3, Notre Dame 1, UCLA 1)
7 Arizona (1 each from all but Florida State)
7 Indiana (Notre Dame 3, Duke 1, Florida State 1, Stanford 1, UCLA 1)
6 Ohio (Notre Dame 2, Duke 2, Florida State 1, North Carolina 1)
6 Washington (Portland 3, Stanford 2, UCLA 1)
4 Georgia (Duke 2, Portland 1, Stanford 1)
4 Missouri (Notre Dame 2, Texas A&M 2)
3 Oregon (Portland 2, Stanford 1)
3 Pennsylvania (Duke 1, Florida State 1, North Carolina 1)
2 Maryland, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Utah
1 Alabama, Connecticut, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Virginia

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