NEW ORLEANS - Geno Auriemma and Connecticut are back on top. With freshman Breanna Stewart leading the way, it might be a while before they relinquish that spot.
UConn players celebrate their 33-point victory, the most lopsided in a women's championship game.
UConn's Breanna Stewart chases a loose ball over Louisville's Jude Schimmel during the second half of Tuesday's championship game. Stewart was voted Most Outstanding Player.
Saturday, the Greatest of All Time graced the Arizona Wildcats' historic home.
Located about 1,200 miles away, the University of Kansas campus qualifies as the westernmost school remaining in the Final Four.
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Louisville's Gorgui Dieng blocks Michigan State's Derrick Nix in the second half. Dieng had five blocks in the final 20 minutes.
Louisville's Chane Behanan dunks over Michigan State's Derrick Nix in the second half. Behanan had 15 points and nine rebounds as the Cardinals won to pull within a victory of reaching the Final Four.
PHOENIX - Senegal native Gorgui Dieng knew five languages by the time he arrived at Louisville last season, but coach Rick Pitino earned the assist for helping with subtlety.