Online Exhibit

“CAPTURING SPECIAL MOMENTS FROM THE NCAA WOMEN’S FINAL FOUR”

NCAA Photos, managed by Clarkson Creative out of Denver, Colorado created this collection of Women’s Final Four photographs that features prominent moments in women’s basketball history. In addition to prolific photography, the exhibit includes audio from coaches and players.

Sue Bird (2000)

University of Connecticut guard Sue Bird drives to the hoop for a layup past a host of Tennessee on-lookers during the Huskies national championship win. The final score was 71-52. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos

Lindsay Bowen (2005)

Lindsay Bowen (20) and Liz Shimek (52) of Michigan State University celebrate their victory over the University of Tennessee during the Division I Women's Semifinal game held at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana. Michigan State defeated Tennessee 68-64 to advance to the national title game. Jay L. Clendenin/NCAA Photos

Coach Brenda Frese (2006)

Head Coach Brenda Frese of the University of Maryland cuts down the net after defeating Duke University during the Division I Women's Basketball Final Four Championship held at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. Maryland defeated Duke 78-75 for the national title. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos

Shannon Bobbitt (2007)

Nicky Anosike (55) and Shannon Bobbitt (00) of the University of Tennessee celebrate their victory over the University of North Carolina during the NCAA Women's Final Four at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Tennessee defeated North Carolina 56-50 to advance to the national title game. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos

Kayla Pedersen (2010)

J.J. Hones (10) and Kayla Pedersen (14) of Stanford University have a look at half court prior to their game against the University of Connecticut during the Division I Women's Basketball Championship held at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Connecticut defeated Stanford 53-47 for the national title. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos

Lauren Battista (2014)

Lauren Battista of Bentley University sits on the rim after cutting the nets after defeating West Texas A&M during the Division II Women's Basketball Championship held at the Erie Insurance Arena in Erie, Pennsylvania. Bentley defeated West Texas A&M 73-65 for the National title. Harry Scull Jr./NCAA Photos

Jordan Davis (2005)

Jordan Davis (22) and Latoya Wyatt (12) of Baylor University celebrate their victory over Michigan State University during the Division I Women's Basketball Championship held at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana. Baylor defeated Michigan State 84-62 for the national title. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos

Kelly Schumacher (2000)

University of Connecticut center Kelly Schumacher swats away one of her nine blocks during the Huskies 71-52 defeat of Tennessee to earn the national championship. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos

Sydney Colson (2011)

Sydney Colson (51) celebrates with her teammates after Texas A&M University defeated the University of Notre Dame in the Division I Women's Basketball Championship held at Conseco Field in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Aggies defeated the Irish by a score of 76-70 to take home the National Championship. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos

Coach Kris Huffman (2013)

DePauw University celebrates their victory over the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater during the Division III Women's Basketball Championship held at the DeVos Fieldhouse in Holland, Michigan. DePawu defeated Whitewater 69-51 for the national title. Erik Holladay/NCAA Photos.

Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson (2013)

Teammates congratulate Breanna Stewart (30) of the University of Connecticut after her 29 point game against the University of Notre Dame during the Division I Women's Basketball Championship in New Orleans, Louisiana. Connecticut defeated Notre Dame 83-65 to advance to the national title game. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos

Coach Geno Auriemma (2009)

The University of Connecticut Women's Basketball Head Coach Geno Auriemma is carried off the court by his team after defeating the University of Louisville in the Division I Women's Basketball Championship held at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Connecticut defeated Louisville 76-54 to take home the National Title. Trevor Brown, Jr./NCAA Photosr.

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