Angel Reese Taunted Her Opponent & Made Her Cry During NCAA Tournament Game

Angel Reese can be quite the beast on the floor whether she is on offense, defense, or trolling her opponent.

LSU Tigers star Angel Reese savagely waved goodbye to Middle Tennessee State center Anastasiia Boldyreva after fouling out in the NCAA Tournament.

Anastasiia Boldyreva fouling Reese sent her to the foul line while also ending her night in the third quarter.

As Boldyreva headed to the Blue Raiders’ bench, having been disqualified from the game, Angel Reese waved goodbye to her.

Anastasiia Boldyreva could be seen in tears as she made her way to the bench to watch the rest of the game.

Middle Tennessee State fought hard in the first half, but the wheels came falling off in the second half. MTSU 6-foot-6 starting center Anastasiia Boldyreva scored nine points and blocked three shots before her night came to an early end.

Angel Reese Dropping A Double-Double Sends LSU To The Sweet Sixteen

Angel Reese had 20 points and 11 rebounds and third-seeded LSU responded to a nine-point third-quarter deficit with a dominant finish to defeat upstart No. 11 seed Middle Tennessee 83-56 in the second round of the women’s NCAA Tournament on Sunday.

Flau’Jae Johnson scored 21 for the Tigers to help end the Blue Raiders’ 20-game winning streak.

For the 16th time in program history, LSU is advancing to the Sweet 16 and is in there for the second straight year. It’s the first time LSU has advanced to the Sweet 16 in consecutive years since 2007 and 2008, according to

LSU will next face the winner of the UCLA-Creighton matchup, which is slated for Monday night.

The Tigers are still on a path for a possible rematch with Caitlin Clark and Iowa, which would be in the Elite Eight.

LSU will next face the winner of the UCLA-Creighton matchup, which is slated for Monday night.

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