In a Final Four full of No. 1 seeds, how do you pick the favorite? Before the national semifinals tip off Sunday, we predict which teams will reach the title game.
Connecticut's Breanna Stewart and Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd are unanimous selections for the 2014-15 AP women's All-America team.
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Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 27 points to help UConn beat Dayton 91-70 on Monday night to advance to the Final Four for an eighth straight season.
Lexie Brown scored 13 of her 15 points in the second half, Brionna Jones added 14 points and nine rebounds, and top-seeded Maryland advanced to its second straight Final Four with a 58-48 win over Tennessee on Monday in the Spokane Regional final.
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UConn's Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis broke the NCAA Division I record for career 3-pointers during the Huskies' 91-70 regional final win against Dayton on Monday.
Final Four Previews
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Notre Dame is in its fifth straight Final Four, Maryland is making a return trip and South Carolina its first. But there's still not much to suggest this isn't UConn's championship -- and a potential three-peat -- to lose.
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Stifled by Tennessee's defense early, Lexie Brown and Maryland broke out in the second half to guide the Terps to Tampa and a second consecutive Final Four.
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Dayton dictated the pace -- and led by one point -- in the first half. But in the second, UConn tightened up its defense and slowed things down for an eighth consecutive Final Four.
Notre Dame again followed a guard's lead to its fifth straight Final Four. But Lindsay Allen, not Jewell Loyd, led the Irish to Tampa -- and looked a little Diggins-like.
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When Dawn Staley took over at South Carolina in 2008, the Gamecocks were a .500 team. Seven seasons later, South Carolina has evolved into a Final Four program.
Connecticut's Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis had 27 points and seven 3-pointers, becoming the NCAA's all-time leading 3-point scorer, as the Huskies erased a halftime deficit.
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Maryland, an elite team that spent much of the season flying under the radar, earned back-to-back trips to the Final Four after a 58-48 win over Tennessee on Monday.
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It's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough's competitive fire that has kept Maryland rolling into the Elite Eight -- and makes her mother a nervous wreck on game days.
Being in the limelight just isn't Tiffany Mitchell's thing. But don't be surprised if she's the player who does the most to get South Carolina to the biggest stage in women's college basketball.
With Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd and Baylor's Nina Davis on hand for Sunday's regional final in Oklahoma City, two teams who do a lot winning are led by players who offer a lot of wows.
Princeton put its best foot forward Monday and challenged Maryland to do better. Laurin Mincy and the top-seeded Terps rose to the occasion, ending the Tigers' perfect season to reach the Sweet 16.
In-season performance trumped preseason hype, as Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd was voted espnW National Player of the Year over preseason favorite Breanna Stewart of UConn.
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Two serious injuries, one possible over-seeding, one possible under-seeding and a long dog walk ... Harvard's historic upset of Stanford in the 1998 NCAA tournament's opening round, the first and only time a No. 16 seed has beaten a No. 1, had a little bit of everything.
Women's Final Four storylines
Intriguing matchups fill the women's slate on Sunday, as South Carolina looks to continue making school history, while either UConn or Maryland will get handed its first loss of 2015.
Women's All-America team announced
UConn's Breanna Stewart and Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd highlight The Associated Press' All-America team. South Carolina's Tiffany Mitchell, Baylor's Nina Davis and Minnesota's Amanda Zahui B round out the first team. Full team
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So much chalk! Men & Women's Final Fours feature a total of Seven #1 seeds.
Young group of women's All-Americans
For only the second time since the AP started honoring All-Americans in 1996, there are no seniors on the team. The team: Jewell Loyd, Notre Dame (Jr.), Breanna Stewart, UConn (Jr.), Tiffany Mitchell, South Carolina (Jr.), Nina Davis, Baylor (So.) and Amanda Zahui, Minnesota (So.)
Cold streaks over for Big Ten, SEC
Thanks to Maryland -- new to the conference -- the Big Ten has its first women's Final Four team since 2005. And South Carolina ends a drought for the SEC, which was last represented in the Final Four by Tennessee and LSU in 2008.
Women's 1-seeds to battle it out Sunday
UConn hasn't lost in 2015. Neither has Maryland. In this Final Four matchup on Sunday, one team's 2015 record will be blemished.
UConn women second, but not by much
With its eighth straight Final Four appearance, UConn is on the heels of Tennessee -- who just missed its 19th Final Four by losing to Maryland 58-48 on Monday night -- for most all time.
Biggest question for UConn-Maryland?
ESPN's Kara Lawson weighs in on the Final Four matchup Sunday: "Can Maryland score enough points? UConn's so prolific on the offensive end, the Terps are going to have to play their best offensive game of the season."