Geno Auriemma shed tears, Stefanie Dolson shouted out to the president and students hit the streets (again) following Connecticut's historic win over Notre Dame in the NCAA women's basketball championship game.
As we await the clash of unbeatens when UConn and Notre Dame take the court in the NCAA national championship game Tuesday, we look back at some of the most anticipated women's sporting events in history.
Before Connecticut (39-0) and Notre Dame (37-0) meet in the first women's basketball national championship pairing unbeaten teams, we predict the winner and look at what X factors might most influence the matchup.
A look at how UConn beat Stanford to advance to Tuesday's national championship game against Notre Dame, the first title game matchup between two unbeaten teams in Division I men's and women's NCAA tournament history.
The nation's most efficient offense meets the country's top defense when Notre Dame and UConn collide in a championship game featuring two perfect teams. What will be the X factors? Which backcourt will rule? We break it down.
Now that we have a Final Four, which team has the best chance of winning the title? Are we in store for a title game featuring two perfect teams? Who are the game-changing players in Nashville? Charlie Creme breaks down the field.
Artemis Spanou scored 30 points to go with 20 rebounds and six assists as Robert Morris clinched its first NCAA appearance in six years with a 78-64 win over St. Francis (Pa.) in the Northeastern Conference championship game on Sunday.
Kim Demmings shook off a foul-plagued first half and scored 22 of her 26 points after the break, helping Wright State rally for an 88-69 victory over Wisconsin-Green Bay on Sunday in the championship game of the Horizon League women's tournament.