NCAA's Women's Tournament Top Moments: The national title game
It came down to the final seconds, but there was no game-winner on this night.
A last-moment heave from 3-seed Arizona's Aari McDonald didn't fall, and 1-seed Stanford won the NCAA Women's Tournament with a 54-53 victory over the underdog Wildcats.
Check out the top moments and plays from the NCAA Women's Tournament championship game.
Kiana Williams was hyped after she nailed this shot from way downtown to extend the Cardinal's scoring streak.
The Wildcats were clawing their way back with a big-time 3 from Helena Pueyo.
Arizona's Shaina Pellington was too quick to the top of the key to steal the ball and lay it up and in on the other end.
With that, the Wildcats found themselves in the lead after overcoming quite a deficit.
Wilson will take it
Stanford's Anna Wilson nailed a shot from behind the arc to reassert the Cardinal's dominance.
We're lovin' it
McDonald was dominant all tournament, and though her 3-ball wasn't falling quite as much on this day, she was still making big-time buckets.
McDonald seemed to have heated up when it mattered, as she made it a one-point game with a perfect swish.
Then she had the ball, shooting it from deep, as the buzzer sounded, but her bucket didn't fall, sealing Stanford's victory.