One of the most dominant teams, Huskies always seem like the team with the largest target on their back every season. UConn has put together an impressive wins streak- winning 111 games in a row.
Bearer of 8 NCAA National championships, Lady Vols have won 17 SEC Tournaments and over 400-season regular conference games. Under Pat Sumitt the team won five more national runner-up campaigns.
Forever remembered as the first national champions, the Lady Techsters played at four of the first seven title games. Louisiana Tech has four national runner-up campaigns, they couldn't reach the finals since the 1998 season.
The early 90s prime fetched 2 titles for Stanford until the 2021 championship, but the Cardinal are still perennial contenders, with 15 Final Four appearances. Stanford is known to create the best WNBA players throughout its history.
Kim Mulkey made the Bears annual contenders. Baylor’s last two titles have been rather momentous, holding on to a one-point win in 2019 and completing a 40-0 season in 2012. Otherwise the team has won 21 conference titles overall.
Overall Lady Longhrons have produced elite talent, winning a whopping 22 conference championships. Their sole victory at 1986 NCAA Championship went in excellent style by finishing at 34-0.
Ever since Dawn Staley took over, the Gamecocks have emerged as national vigour . South Carolina has earned 4 Final Fours and 2 titles to become multi-champs. The 2021-22 title team was ranked No. 1 all season long.
Notre Dame fell one basket short of being the first repeat champions since the 1983 and 1984 championships. Muffet McGraw changed the face of the program, and although they only have one title over the past decade, Notre Dame has been to six championship games over the same span.
The Trojans were the first repeat winners in the annals of women's basketball. Before a two-point victory in 1984 sent Pat Summitt home without success in her maiden effort at a national championship, USC first ended LA Tech's hopes of a repeat performance in '83.
The last time the Dukes participated in the NCAA Division I Tournament was in 2016. Since 2006, the Dukes have participated in a postseason tournament every season, including WNIT bids.