No matter the opponent, no matter the stage, no matter the names of his players, Geno Auriemma keeps yielding the same result: NCAA titles. And UConn's road to a record ninth championship was no different.
Natalie Achonwa, diagnosed with a season-ending torn ACL on Tuesday, is a player and leader Notre Dame will struggle to replace as it prepares for its fourth straight Final Four and possible matchup with UConn.
The madness we've all been waiting for tips Saturday morning. We look at what underdogs might come out on top, which teams might make the most noise, and the tourney's reigning top dog, UConn sophomore Breanna Stewart.
The women's tournament could give fans the first title matchup between two undefeated teams, but plenty can happen between now and Nashville. Mechelle Voepel looks at potential obstacles for Connecticut and Notre Dame.
Undefeated UConn and Notre Dame are locks for No. 1 seeds. Will Stanford and Tennessee also be on the top line? Will the Huskies be placed in Lincoln? Will the Fighting Irish face a road game in the second round?
It's official. UConn's win Monday means two undefeated teams -- Notre Dame and the Huskies -- will head to the NCAA tournament. Now, let's talk about which regional UConn should end up in when the bracket is unveiled.
Who says Duke is down and out? The Blue Devils beat longtime rival North Carolina in a thriller Saturday to advance to the ACC tournament final, where they'll meet unbeaten Notre Dame, the new standard in the ACC this season.
Duke was picked to win the ACC preseason women's basketball poll by both media and coaches. The Blue Devils, who return all five starters, were 33-3 last season and have advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight the last four years.