What a game day! I'm exhausted. But exhilarated.......
Morgan William scored a career-high 41 points to lead Mississippi State past Baylor in overtime, 94-85.
William was in tears right after the win, because yesterday marked the third anniversary of the death of her father. She dedicated the win to him.
It's the first Final Four in program history for the Bulldogs. Congrats to them.
Earlier in the day, Stanford toppled No. 1 seed Notre Dame, 76-75, in a game that also went down to the wire. The Irish threw up a shot at the last second, but Erica McCall's block sent it to the sidelines. Brittany McPhee had 27 points for the winners.
It's the thirteenth Final Four trip for the Cardinal.
Tomorrow it's Oregon vs. Connecticut and South Carolina vs. Florida State for the last two spots.
Florida State gets another shot at South Carolina tomorrow in the Stockton regional.
Gamecock coach Dawn Staley isn't sleeping much as she and her team prepare for a physical match up.
It's a fun time to watch the Seminoles.
Oregon needs a monumental upset to reach the Final Four.
The Ducks, with three freshmen starters and a savvy coach show not fear.
Oregon doesn't figure to be intimidated by UConn.
Husky senior Saniya Chong's journey has been rewarding.
Kelly Graves and Geno Auriemma admire each other.
Half of the Samuelson sister Final Four is set.
Regret clutters the Notre Dame locker room.
The script has flipped for Arizona State: now the must replace their posts.
TeeTee Starks will transfer from Iowa State.
The semifinals are set: Villanova vs. Michigan and Washington State vs. Georgia Tech.