As the final seconds ticked away, Courtney Vandersloot screamed from deep in her gut into a din of noise. It was a giant exhale after one more masterful night by Gonzaga's star.

And she'll get at least one more game to show that maybe she is the best point guard in the country.

"To do what she did again," Gonzaga coach Kelly Graves said slightly shaking his head, "she's shown everyone she should be an all-American."

Vandersloot scored 29 points and had 17 assists, taking control in the final 10 minutes to help No. 11 seed Gonzaga beat third-seeded UCLA 89-75 on Monday night in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

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