More on last night’s championship:
UConn’s Caroline Doty persevered.
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis broke the three-point championship game record.
Stefanie Dolson epitomized toughness for the Huskies.
Maya Moore was on hand to witness title eight.
Dolson and Brit Hartley saved their best for last.
Fans greeted the Huskies upon their arrival at home today.
Three keys to UConn’s dominance.
Success is nice, but Louisville still has work to do.
The Cardinal’s deflating loss won’t diminish their Tournament run.
Shoni Schimmel and Louisville will grow from the experience.
Coach Jeff Walz on the journey.
Geno Auriemma and Pat Summitt paid respects to each other last night, and Tennessee Coach Holly Warlick appreciated it.
Other college news:
Nashville is getting ready to host next year’s Final Four.
Kelli Harper is Missouri State’s new coach.
Catching up with Holly Warlick.
Alexis Jones seized the moment for Duke.
Dara Taylor will transition to point guard for Penn State.
Oklahoma Sooners: as good as it gets.
Brittney Griner, right? The Mercury is 99.9 percent sure of its pick.
Iowa State’s Chelsea Poppens and Anna Prins are optimistic about the draft.
Becca Greenwell, injured in last week’s McDonald’s All-American game, had to have ACL reconstructive surgery.
Diamond DeShields is the MaxPreps 2013 National Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
Maxpreps crowned Riverdale the national high school champs.