Notre Dame Takes On Texas A&M For Women’s Title
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will take on the Texas A&M Aggies for the NCAA women’s national championship, Tuesday night, in Indianapolis, Ind. Charlie Creme, of espn.com, has a preview, below.
Danielle Adams (#23) and her Texas A&M teammates will take on Notre Dame for the national championship on Tuesday night.
For just the second time in women’s NCAA tournament history, the championship game will be played without a No. 1 seed, but after Sunday night no one should question that Notre Dame and Texas A&M deserve to be there. It’s a game between teams that play quite differently but advanced in similar fashion. Each had to beat a team that it had lost to three times already this season, and because of those losses the Aggies and Irish were each conference runners-up in the regular season and in their league tournaments. Neither squad has allowed an opponent to score 70 points in the tournament. And Texas A&M and Notre Dame knocked off a No. 1 seed in each the last two games they played. A closer look at Tuesday’s title game (ESPN, 8:30 p.m. ET; coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. ET):