Voepel: Baylor's trio of chance|
No matter how well you recruit, sometimes, good players or even a trio of them just fall into your lap.
Voepel: More than a little in common|
The Spartans lack the All-American center, but MSU 2005 reminds this ESPN.com columnist of Notre Dame 2001.
Voepel: A night to remember|
Dramatic rallies from Baylor and MSU made Sunday one of the best nights women's college hoops has ever had.
Voepel: Still waiting for league's SEC-ond champ|
The SEC has been the top league in the NCAA era began. Yet, only one SEC program has won a title: Tennessee.
Adelson: Time runs out on Augustus|
Final Four legend belongs to those who own the limelight. Seimone Augustus came up short in Sunday's semi.
Never-say-die attitude carries Spartans to final|
Completely dominated and down by 16, Michigan State fought back once again to win when it mattered most.
Darcy: Backcourt brings MSU back from brink|
Neither dominated Sunday. But Lindsay Bowen and Kristin Haynie made the plays that mattered most.
Stanford's Wiggins joins another elite list|
Her team didn't reach the Final Four. But Stanford's Candice Wiggins still made it to Indianapolis.
Lieberman: Kim possible|
With coach Kim Mulkey-Robertson leading the way, Baylor has reached its first Elite Eight.
Alone At The Summitt|
ESPN.com takes a closer look at the career of Pat Summitt, who just became the all-time D-I wins leader.
|Mechelle Voepel: Liberty's success isn't a big shock. But Jerry Falwell and women's basketball? Exxon and Greenpeace might be more closely linked.|
|Nancy Lieberman: Tennesseee and Texas Tech match up well. But Zolman vs. Robertson might be the game's matchup to watch.|
|Beth Mowins: Just minutes after Pat Summitt won her 880th game, school officials announced the court at Thompson-Boling would soon have a new name: The Summitt.|
|Stacey Dales-Schuman: LSU, UNC, Duke, Stanford and Rutgers have played better defense than just about anybody this season.|