NCAA Tournament 2015
In the rematch of all rematches, it will be once again UConn facing Notre Dame for the National Championship. This has become one of the best rivalries in all of women's basketball, and tomorrow, both teams will compete for the ultimate prize, again.
In yesterday's semifinal game between Notre Dame and South Carolina, not only was it an instant classic, there were two players that shined on the game's big stage: Brianna Turner and A'ja Wilson.
When many people see the rout that is the outcomes of most UConn victories, so many assume that it's because the Huskies have better players -- which they do. But in their victory over Maryland, Geno Auriemma's offensive system was on fully display.
In Notre Dame's comeback victory over South Carolina, it wasn't really about their offense. The Fighting Irish's defensive adjustments -- especially head coach Muffet McGraw's quick thinking, proved to be perfect call in the waning moments of a tight contest.
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The 2015 NCAA Women's Final Four is in Tampa, Florida. After Sunday's semifinals, UConn and Notre Dame will face off in the national championship game on Tuesday, April 6, 2015.
For the second straight year, Tennessee lost to Maryland in the NCAA Tournament, this time in the Elite Eight. Guest contributor, Patrick MacCoon of The Daily Beacon, talked with the Lady Vols' senior class about their fight and resolve.
Guest contributor Patrick MacCoon previews today's Elite Eight contest between Tennessee and Maryland. Both teams met last year in the Sweet Sixteen, with Maryland winning. Tonight both teams will vie for the chance to go to the Final Four.
We saw Dayton continue their Cinderella tournament run while Gonzaga's ended. In addition, UConn continued to do UConn things and Maryland defeated a former conference foe.