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    Aiming for Four of a Kind
    Holdsclaw shooting a layup
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    Chamique Holdsclaw (pictured) and the Tennessee Lady Vols beat the Lady Techsters of Louisiana Tech, 93-75, Sunday to finish a perfect 39-0 and win the women's NCAA championship for a record third consecutive season. With only one player leaving and freshmen playing a key role, four titles in a row — and maybe more — is not out of the question.

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     Title Game Story
     Vols Junior Puts on Jolly Good Show

    Summitt, Vols Reach New Peak
    With their storybook 39-0 season, Coach Pat Summitt (pictured) and the Lady Vols have taken women's college basketball to a new level.

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     Are Lady Vols the Best Ever?


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  • Championship:
    Tennessee 93, La. Tech 75
  • Final Four:
    Tennessee 86, Arkansas 58
  • Final Four:
    Louisiana Tech 84, N.C. St. 65
  • Feature: Women's Game Now a Business
  • West:
    Arkansas 77, Duke 72
  • Mideast:
    Tennessee 76
    UNC 70

  • East:
    N.C. State 60
    Connecticut 52

  • Midwest:
    La. Tech 72
    Purdue 65

  • Mideast:
    Tennessee 92,
    Rutgers 60

  • East:
    Connecticut 74, Arizona 57
  • Midwest:
    Purdue 70
    Notre Dame 65

  • Midwest:
    La. Tech 71,
    Alabama 57


  • Survey
    Which top regional seed has the best chance of winning this year's NCAA tournament?

    Tennessee
    Old Dominion
    Stanford
    Texas Tech

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    Fl a s h b a c k
    Vols Are All the Way Back, to Back

    (AP File Photo)
    Old Dominion came into the 1997 women's NCAA basketball final having won two tournament games in overtime. But a stifling defense helped Chamique Holdsclaw (left) and Tennessee become only the second team ever to repeat as champions with a 68-59 victory. Relive the final and the four best games from last year's tournament.


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