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Topic - Maples Pavilion
Maples Pavilion is a 7,392-seat multi-purpose arena in Stanford, California built in 1968. Maples underwent a $30 million renovation in March 2004, which wrapped up in time for conference play in December of that year. It was named after its principal donor, Roscoe Maples, a member of the 1904 Stanford class. - Source: Wikipedia
Stanford and Connecticut have developed one of the best rivalries in women's basketball over the past five years.
Nnemkadi Ogwumike wants one final shot at an NCAA championship.
When Princeton star Niveen Rasheed scans the crowd at the upcoming NCAA women's basketball tournament, it's a safe bet she'll lock eyes on a family member who flew in from Miami or Los Angeles.
Kayla Pedersen and Jeanette Pohlen have run through nearly every emotion possible this week _ even before their Final Four game.
From the moment last season ended in disappointment, Kayla Pedersen and Jeanette Pohlen made it clear their senior seasons at Stanford would be incomplete without an NCAA championship.