"We huddled," Hayes said. "We were supposed to set a double screen, and Kelly said if they play it wrong, she's going long. I was looking for that first. She went. I threw a perfect pass. She caught it like a running back and she finished."
"It was awesome," Stefanie Dolson said.
This is the Huskies' 13th Final Four. Yes, it has become our annual rite of spring in Connecticut. Yet it also is the first time they go without a stone-cold, matured superstar. No UConn name is among the Wade finalists. Oh, nobody can deny the talent of Bria Hartley or the rising shooting star of Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, but this year isn't like four Final Fours in a row with Maya Moore. This isn't like four Final Fours in a row with Diana Taurasi.