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Topic - Geno Auriemma
Geno Auriemma and UConn reached the top of women's college basketball in unprecedented fashion. After winning a record ninth national championship — they stand alone.
Geno Auriemma breezed past Pat Summitt by winning his record ninth championship. With sensational sophomore Breanna Stewart back at UConn for two more seasons, winning a 10th or 11th title is a real possibility.
NCAA WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT
Women's college basketball has been looking for that watershed moment when a player or game could transcend the sport.
Connecticut and Notre Dame may have spent too much time together in the Big East - and it apparently got annoying.
Connecticut's latest national championship game will be very different from the previous eight the Huskies have played - and won.
UConn (39-0) and Notre Dame (37-0) are set to meet in an unprecedented championship clash Tuesday night.
Women's basketball came away a winner Sunday night. After a season-long buildup, the NCAA tournament will be decided by the perfect championship game.
Sports needs rivalries and the best are when talented teams legitimately don't care for one another.
Muffet McGraw and Geno Auriemma were well aware of the talk. There has been a buzz throughout women's basketball all season about the potential showdown between their undefeated teams.
The Connecticut Huskies are back in a very familiar position, undefeated and playing for a national championship.
All the talk of Stanford feeling like a junior varsity team crashing the Final Four or being an extra at the beauty pageant is just rhetoric to UConn coach Geno Auriemma. Motivational chatter he says no team here needs since each has won a championship.
The women's basketball world has come together in the Music City to not only crown a champion, but also to discuss issues facing the sport.
Geno Auriemma, Tara VanDerveer, Muffet McGraw and Brenda Frese have all won national championships, using their own styles to get the most out of their teams.
Top-ranked Connecticut heads to the Final Four in Nashville as the best shot-blocking team in the history of women's basketball.
"Today, there is absolutely no question and no doubt that if you come to school here, you are a champion and you're going to live with champions," Auriemma said.