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  1. Holdsclaw feels Taurasi's pain

    Greg Garber

    If anyone knows the pressure Diana Taurasi is feeling, it's Chamique Holdsclaw and Jen Rizzotti.

    Story | Conversation | March 19, 2004
  2. Remembering the ones that got away

    Greg Garber

    They are the perfect seasons that slipped away. Coaches and players remember the near-misses.

    Story | Conversation | March 13, 2002
  3. Recruits, Auriemma the keys to UConn's rise

    Greg Garber

    A key recruit? The hiring of Geno Auriema? UConn's rise to power is a result of many different factors.

    Story | Conversation | March 13, 2002
  4. Huskies' balance + chemistry = 35-0

    Greg Garber

    UConn may not have had the the best players when it won the national title in 1995, but it sure had the best team.

    Story | Conversation | March 13, 2002
  5. Summitt: '98 squad 'best I ever coached'

    Greg Garber

    Tag along as Pat Summitt and Tamika Catchings relive the Lady Vols' 39-0 season in 1998.

    Story | Conversation | March 11, 2002
  6. Seniors, anger, fuel first perfect season

    Greg Garber

    Texas used past failures to fuel its undefeated title run -- the first perfect season NCAA women's history -- in 1986.

    Story | Conversation | March 11, 2002
  7. Where did it all begin? Just ask Immaculata's Mighty Macs

    Greg Garber

    The NCAA women's basketball championships don't look much like the national tournaments won by tiny Immaculata 35 years ago, but those Mighty Macs had plenty to do with the state of today's game, writes ESPN.com's Greg Garber.

    Story | Conversation | March 19, 2008
  8. Summitt's 39-0 squad was 'best team I ever coached'

    Greg Garber

    Before UConn matched the feat in 2002, Pat Summitt's 1997-98 squad went 39-0 for the best record ever for a men's or women' s basketball team.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2006
  9. Landmark law faces new challenges even now

    Greg Garber

    The statute that has become synonymous with women's athletics is still controversial after all these years.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | June 22, 2002