Charlie Creme breaks down Stanford's victory over Oklahoma on Sunday.
Stanford sophomore Nnemkadi Ogwumike usually asks a lot of questions, but following her performance in the national semifinals, she had the Sooners seeking answers.
This wasn't the ending the Sooners wanted, but after a night to forget, Oklahoma can look back on a season to remember, writes Graham Hays.
Four coaches. Two hours of talk time. Anything goes, including an appearance from a former president.
Can Stanford keep pace with Oklahoma point guard Danielle Robinson? With their talented frontcourt, the favored Cardinal might not have to.
Ultimately, Courtney Paris fell short of helping OU win its first NCAA title. But she and twin sister Ashley left their mark and lifted the program to its best season in seven years.
Her promise to pay back her $64,000 scholarship was more devotional pledge than cocky guarantee -- and a perfect example of who the real Courtney Paris is.
Whitney Hand's positive personality and potent 3-pointers often relax Oklahoma. And that's just what the Sooners need at the pressure-packed Final Four.
Long before he was coaching another UConn run at perfection, Geno Auriemma stopped by Sherri Coale's gym for a fateful recruiting visit that had repercussions on this year's Final Four.
After sharing the court as counselors at a basketball summer camp, Jayne Appel, Angel McCoughtry, Renee Montgomery and Courtney Paris will share the spotlight in St. Louis at the Final Four.
When is it almost a disadvantage to be a No. 2 seed? Will UConn meet its archrival in St. Louis? Who else will be there? More predictions for the 2009 NCAA tournament.