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NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four

Date: April 2 - 05, 2011

Semifinal 1 – Texas A&M vs. Stanford 
April 3, 2011 
Indianapolis, IN. 
Time: 7:00 p.m. ET, ESPN / ESPN3.com

Semifinal 2 – Notre Dame vs. Connecticut 
Time: 9:30 p.m ET, ESPN / ESPN3.com

National Championship Game 
April 5, 2011 
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN / ESPN3.com

The 2011 Final Four is taking place at the Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN. 

There is more excitement than just basketball surrounding the Final Four. You can team up with Girls Inc. and the NCAA® for the 2011 Women’s Final Four® by participating in the Super Saturday with Super Girls and Stop.Shoot.Give programs.

Also, be sure to check out "It's More Than Three Games" which is an event schedule for all the fans including a family fesitval hosted by Coca-Cola, Powerade Youth Clinics, 4Kay Run, NCAA Junior Girls Journalism Workshop and more. Don't miss out!


Our 2011 NCAA Tournament Coverage is sponsored by our partner, WIN for KC, an organization based in Kansas City that has a mission to empower girls and women through advocating and promoting the lifetime value of sports and fitness, while providing opportunities for participation and leadership development.

WIN for KC, we salute you for the work you do to encourage and promote women and girls in sports!

In addition, we'd like to thank the following companies for their support:

Panel Discussion at the Final Four: "Women's Basketball and the Media"

The above sponsors also are responsible for making our panel discussion on "Women's Basketball in the Media" occur in Indianapolis the night before the tournament semi-finals.

Click here to learn more and to watch the video of our panel discussion!

Posts about NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four:

Stanford Cardinal Beat Texas A&M In Women's Capital One Cup After Final Four Loss
posted on June 25, 2011 at 6:29pm

There should have been absolutely no shame in the Stanford Cardinal falling to the Texas A&M Aggies in the 2011 NCAA women's basketball Final Four. Not only did TAMU end up going on to beat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to win the 2011 NCAA National Ch...more

Super Saturday with Girls Inc: Perseverance, Believing in Yourself and Girly Pushups
posted on April 10, 2011 at 5:43pm

Last Saturday in Indianapolis, I was honored to cap off Girls Inc of Greater Indianapolis' Super Saturday with Super Girls with some lessons about perseverance, believing in yourself and, that's right, girly pushups. How do you entertain 100 girls rangin...more

Breaking it Down: March Madness, Maya Moore – and Me ( a college basketball player)
posted on April 8, 2011 at 3:25am

By Ashleigh Sargent What a week of hoops! As a college player and fan, my observations about the tournament mixed strong emotions (one of the stars of women’s basketball ends her college career with a 72-63 loss) with excitement for the way the final g...more

Viewership for NCAA women's championship game up by eight percent, tournament ratings also rose
posted on April 7, 2011 at 5:40pm

ESPN aired all 63 games of the 2011 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship during the month of March and the beginning of April. Statement from ESPN on viewership for the 2011 NCAA DI tournament: The 2011 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball ...more

Championship by the numbers: Key stats and coverage roundup
posted on April 7, 2011 at 12:53pm

Texas A&M 76, Notre Dame 70 Championship Coverage Around the Web Irish no match for Aggies in title game (hoopfeed.com) Video: Texas A&M’s Danielle Adams’ legacy, Kelsey Bone looks ahead (hoopfeed.com) Adams leads Aggies to national championshi...more

Texas A&M knocks out Notre Dame 76-70 - Not One, but Two (Seeds) for the Ages
posted on April 6, 2011 at 11:45pm

No Maya Moore. No Tree. No big blocks from Brittney Griner. No problem. The disappointment some felt with the fact the undercards were fighting the headline bout were quickly erased when Texas A&M and Notre Dame put on their gloves and the Aggies surviv...more

Celebrating women athletes and the men who support them
posted on April 6, 2011 at 1:08pm

Now that was a championship game. Tuesday night, Texas A&M won it’s first women’s basketball national title, defeating Notre Dame, 76-70, in a game that feature ties, lead changes and momentum swings. It featured the Aggies taking a 13-point first ha...more

Mailbag: Who did Stanford fans root for in last night's final?
posted on April 6, 2011 at 11:57am

C and R asked who Stanford fans were going to root for in the Women’s Championship game. Let’s go to the ol mail bag to see what people said, shall we?---------------------Hi C and R:The only way I have been able to feel better is to declare the two u...more

Video: Texas A&M’s Danielle Adams’ legacy, Kelsey Bone looks ahead
posted on April 6, 2011 at 11:52am

< p> Texas A&M’s Kelsey Bone talks about her decision to transfer from South Carolina and being on the national championship team after the Aggies’ victory Tuesday night in the NCAA Division I title game. The former McDonald’s High School All-A...more

Irish no match for Aggies in title game
posted on April 6, 2011 at 2:24am

Danielle Adams and Gary Blair INDIANAPOLIS – In the end, it was the trademark defense of Texas A&M orchestrated by associate head coach Vic Schaefer that propelled the Aggies into their first national championship. A&M won the title Tuesday night d...more

Texas A&M defeats Notre Dame 76-70 for the 2011 NCAA Basketball Championship
posted on April 5, 2011 at 11:17pm

If you missed the game tonight, I hope you can find a replay somewhere. There was no down time. No chance for bathroom breaks - except when ESPN extended a timeout to interview Texas A&M coach Gary Blair, forgetting that he...doesn't abbreviate his th...more

Lisa Leslie talks about the Capital One Cup and basketball ahead of the women’s championship
posted on April 5, 2011 at 8:09pm

Three-time Olympic Gold medalist and WNBA champion Lisa Leslie took the time to talk to us at Pretty Tough about her involvement with the Capital One Cup and about the men’s and women’s tournaments. Without further ado, here is the interview! AH: How...more

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