CollegeWNBA Reverberations and going forward By Sue Favor - April 4, 2017 Final Four: More than 3.8 million viewers for the Championship game. Five lasting impressions from the Final Four. Five factors contributing to South Carolina’s turnaround. LaChina Robinson interviewed Dawn Staley. Ode to Staley. License plates celebrating the Gamecocks’ title could be available soon. Expectations will be high for Mississippi State next year. UConn transfers Azura Stevens and Batouly Camara look to turn the Huskies’ loss into motivation. Other college news: New Arkansas coach Mike Neighbors will try to keep Aaliyah Wilson on his roster. Keitha Adams’ former high school teammates welcomed her to Wichita State. The school may enter the American Athletic Conference. Lafayette and coach Theresa Grentz are parting ways. New Miami coach Megan Duffy dreamed of being a coach since she was a kid. Stony Brook’s leading scorer Davion Wingate will transfer. Muffet McGraw lost her breath for a moment when she got the call from the Basketball Hall of Fame. WNBA draft news: South Carolina’s Kaela Davis and Allisha Gray have declared for the WNBA draft. LaChina Robinson talks to Kelsey Plum. She also talked with Stars GM Ruth Riley. Other pro news: Kara Lawson says the Sacramento Kings didn’t let her watch a practice in her early WNBA days, calling her a distraction. High school news: Final high school top 25.