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HISTORIA DEPORTIVA

1 de noviembre de 2023

NCAA de baloncesto femenino

PalmarĂ©s histĂłrico de todas las universidades campeonas en la NCAA DI del baloncesto universitario femenino.

  • 2023: LSU (1) 102-85 Iowa
  • 2022: South Carolina (2) 64-49 UConn
  • 2021: Stanford (5) 54-53 Arizona
  • 2020: -
  • 2019: Baylor (3) 82-81 Notre Dame
  • 2018: Notre Dame (6) 82-81 Mississippi State
  • 2017: South Carolina (1) 67-56 Mississippi State
  • 2016: UConn (11) 82-51 Syracuse


 

CAMPEÓN

Final

SUBCAMPEÓN

Semifinalistas

1982

Louisiana Tech

76–62

Cheyney State

Tennessee & Maryland

1983

USC

69–67

Louisiana Tech

Old Dominion & Georgia

1984

USC

72–61

Tennessee

Cheyney State & Louisiana Tech

1985

Old Dominion

70–65

Georgia

Western Kentucky & Northeast Louisiana

1986

Texas

97–81

USC

Western Kentucky & Tennessee

1987

Tennessee

67–44

Louisiana Tech

Texas & Long Beach State

1988

Louisiana Tech

56–54

Auburn

Long Beach State & Tennessee

1989

Tennessee

76–60

Auburn

Louisiana Tech & Maryland

1990

Stanford

88–81

Auburn

Virginia & Louisiana Tech

1991

Tennessee

70–67

Virginia

Connecticut & Stanford

1992

Stanford

78–62

Western Kentucky

Southwest Missouri State & Virginia

1993

Texas Tech

84–82

Ohio State

Iowa & Vanderbilt

1994

North Carolina

60–59

Louisiana Tech

Purdue & Alabama

1995

Connecticut

70–64

Tennessee

Stanford & Georgia

1996

Tennessee

83–65

Georgia

Connecticut & Stanford

1997

Tennessee

68–59

Old Dominion

Notre Dame & Stanford

1998

Tennessee

93–75

Louisiana Tech

Arkansas & North Carolina State

1999

Purdue

62–45

Duke

Louisiana Tech & Georgia

2000

Connecticut

71–52

Tennessee

Rutgers & Penn State

2001

Notre Dame

68–66

Purdue

Connecticut & Southwest Missouri State

2002

Connecticut

82–70

Oklahoma

Tennessee & Duke

2003

Connecticut

73–68

Tennessee

Texas & Duke

2004

Connecticut

70–61

Tennessee

Minnesota & LSU

2005

Baylor

84–62

Michigan State

LSU & Tennessee

2006

Maryland

78–75

Duke

North Carolina & LSU

2007

Tennessee

59–46

Rutgers

North Carolina & LSU

2008

Tennessee

64–48

Stanford

LSU & Connecticut

2009

Connecticut

76–54

Louisville

Stanford & Oklahoma

2010

Connecticut

53–47

Stanford

Baylor & Oklahoma

2011

Texas A&M

76–70

Notre Dame

Connecticut & Stanford

2012

Baylor

80–61

Notre Dame

Stanford & Connecticut

2013

Connecticut

93–60

Louisville

Notre Dame & California

2014

Connecticut

79–58

Notre Dame

Stanford & Maryland

2015

Connecticut

63–53

Notre Dame

South Carolina & Maryland