As the NCAA celebrates its 25th season of women's basketball, who better to reminisce with than Cheryl Miller?
Cheryl Miller etched her name in history by leading Southern California to the first back-to-back NCAA titles in the early 1980s.
Baylor outrebounded Michigan State 45-22, including a 16-3 edge on the offensive glass, to win its first NCAA title Tuesday.
Emily Niemann went 5-for-8 from downtown, stretching Michigan State's zone and aiding Baylor to its first NCAA title.
After grabbing just three rebounds Sunday, MSU center Kelli Roehrig knows she must do better vs. Baylor in the NCAA title game.
Completely dominated and down by 16, Michigan State fought back once again to win when it mattered most.
LSU's Seimone Augustus matched her scoring average. But she never got comfortable in Sunday's semifinal -- thanks in large part to Abiola Wabara's defense.
Saturday was long, exhausting and stressful for Seimone Augustus. And the games haven't even started yet.
After averaging just 6.4 points over the past three Final Fours, Shyra Ely hopes to be more effective in her last appearance.
Her team didn't reach the Final Four. But Stanford's Candice Wiggins still made it to Indianapolis.