Apr 9, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; Connecticut Huskies celebrates with the trophy after the championship game in the 2013 NCAA womens Final Four against the Louisville Cardinals at the New Orleans Arena. Connecticut defeated Louisville 93-60. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports
Eight is great!
UConn's Kelly Faris (center) holds up the National Championship Trophy with her teammates after defeating Louisville on Tuesday in the 2013 NCAA Women's Championship at New Orleans Arena. The Huskies won 93-60 to capture their eighth title.
Geno the genius
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma led his Huskies to a 35-4 record and an eighth title, tying legend Pat Summit and the record she set with the Tennessee Lady Vols before retiring.
Louisville's Bria Smith (21) goes up for a shot as UConn's Kiah Stokes (41) defends.
View from above
UConn center Stefanie Dolson (center) goes up for a shot as Louisville defenders crash the paint.
UConn's Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis (23) celebrates the Huskies' title with her teammates as the clock runs out.
Easy does it
UConn senior Kelly Faris hits a layup as Louisville's Jude Schimmel can't catch her during the second half.
Hard work pays off
UConn's Caroline Doty (right) controls the ball on the floor as Louisville's Bria Smith reaches in to defend.
To the hoop
UConn's Kelly Faris drives to the basket during the first half of the NCAA women's championship game against Louisville.
That's not fair
UConn's Caroline Doty commits a flagrant foul as she runs over Louisville's Bria Smith during the first half of the final in New Orleans.
No. 1 fan
Louisville men's basketball coach Rick Pitino, fresh off coaching his team to the NCAA title a day earlier, came to show his support for the women's team.
Not much room
UConn's Morgan Tuck fights for some space as she's defended by Sheronne Vails (left) and Antonita Slaughter of Louisville.
Time to go
The Louisville Cardinals get pumped before the big game.
Center of attention
UConn's star freshman Breanna Stewart (30) tries to keep control of the ball as the entire Louisville teams swarms to defend her.