One more game

National Championship story lines:

Tomorrow’s Championship game is sold out!!

Ratings from last night’s semifinals were up!!

South Carolina isn’t surprised to be facing the Bulldogs instead of UConn.

Off night? A short memory is essential for Kaela Davis and Victoria Vivians

Morgan William is ready for one last battle.

After its stunner, Mississippi State turns to title game.

Allisha Gray is South Carolina’s silent assassin.

Mississippi State is winning with heart.

The Gamecocks have built their reputation on defense.

Teaira McCowan is the center of attention for the Bulldogs.

The Gamecocks want a title for coach Dawn Staley.

Staley is one win away from her first NCAA title.

Why each team could win it all.

Whatever happens in the title game, the SEC comes out a winner.

How do two SEC rivals match up?

More on the Final Four:

Alaina Coates isn’t with South Carolina because she’s home recovering and waiting for the WNBA draft.

Mississippi State alum Dak Prescott, who plays for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, went nuts in the stands last night.

Geno Auriemma always had concerns, but his team almost proved him wrong.

He showed class after last night’s loss.

Auriemma didn’t want UConn to go undefeated, but they kept winning anyway.

A surprising loss is a learning experience for UConn.

Michigan State coach Suzy Merchant says Friday was a landmark in women’s hoops.

Geno Auriemma’s daughter took exception to his recent comments about female coaches.

The Final Four could finally give women’s basketball the attention it deserves.

The season ended in frustration for Stanford.

Seeking the best fit, the Final Four has returned to Friday-Sunday.


Kelsey Plum has won the Naismith and Lieberman awards.

She also won the Wade Trophy and the Dawn Staley Award.

College player news:

Diamond DeShields will return for one more season at Tennessee. Told ya.

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame:

Inductees this morning included Muffet McGraw and Rebecca Lobo.


Michigan outlasted Georgia Tech in three overtimes to take the WNIT Championship, 89-79.

College coach news:

Amanda Levens has been named Nevada’s head coach.

Homophobia is keeping women out of the coaching game.