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Women's Basketball

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- With every other moniker you could give UConn coach Geno Auriemma -- "The Dominator" or "The Closer" or "The Master" -- you might also refer to him as Cinderella's worst friend. Because once the Huskies get into the national championship game, all the fairy tales are over.

Auriemma's Huskies beat Notre Dame 79-58 on Tuesday night to earn the program's record ninth NCAA title. That passes Tennessee's Pat Summitt, who won her eighth and final title in 2008. UConn finished this season 40-0, and the big-time kid, sophomore Breanna Stewart, is now 2-for-2 in being named the Women's Final Four's most outstanding player.

-- Mechelle Voepel | Full story

2015 NCAA Women's Final Four

WHEN: April 5 and 7

WHERE: Tampa Bay Times Forum (Tampa Bay, Fla.)

2014 CHAMPION: Connecticut | Bracket

MOST TITLES: UConn, 9

FULL COVERAGE:NCAA tournament home

MORE INFORMATION: NCAA.com