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Top four-year runs in women's college basketball history

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Dynasties don't come around often, but when they do they are worth celebrating. These women's basketball teams dominated their competition for four years straight and made good players some of the Greatest of All Time.

Old Dominion (1981-85)

Record: 106-20
Championships: 1 (1985)

USC (1981-85)

Record: 104-19
Championships: 2 (1983 and '84)

Texas (1983-87)

Record: 125-8
Championships: 1 (1986)

Louisiana Tech (1986-90)

Record: 126-10
Championships: 1 (1988)

Stanford (1988-92)

Record: 116-13
Championships: 2 (1990 and '92)

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Tennessee (1994-98)

Record: 134-19
Championships: 3 (1996, '97 and '98)

UConn (2000-04)

Record: 139-8
Championships: 3 (2002, '03 and '04)

Tennessee (2004-08)

Record: 131-15
Championships: 2 (2007 and '08)

UConn (2007-11)

Record: 150-4
Championships: 2 (2009 and '10)

Baylor (2008-12)

Record: 130-19
Championships: 1 (2012)

UConn (2012-16)

Record: 151-5
Championships: 4 (2013, '14, '15 and '16)

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South Carolina (2014-2018)

Record: 129-16
Championships: 1 (2017)