UConn's women's basketball team has been upset in the Final Four. Again.
The No. 1-seeded Huskies, 36-0 heading into tonight's NCAA Tournament semifinal game against No. 1 seed Notre Dame, were upset by the Fighting Irish. It's the program's second straight Final Four loss.
It was an incredible game. Notre Dame won in overtime, 91-89, on a near buzzer-beater.
In 2017, UConn's women's team suffered a historic upset to Mississippi State. The team was 36-0 heading into that game, too.
This is just the second time in six seasons that UConn's women's team will not win the national title. The Huskies have won six national titles since 2009.
Notre Dame was led tonight by Jackie Young. The Fighting Irish's sophomore guard was the game's leading scorer.
Arike Ogunbowale, a junior guard, and Kathryn Westbeld, senior forward, also played extremely well.
Notre Dame moves on to the national title game. It'll face No. 1 seed Mississippi State. The Bulldogs topped No. 1 seed Louisville in the other Final Four game earlier on Friday night.
The national title game is set for Sunday night.