March Madness trivia, you say? Try this women's NCAA Tournament quiz

By now, you've no doubt heard of Caitlin Clark. Or Angel Reese. Or Juju Watkins. Or all of them. But how well do you know the women’s NCAA Tournament? Try your luck this AP trivia quiz. Don’t cheat!

The questions

(1) Only three teams have won back-to-back national championships. Two are UConn and Tennessee. Name the other.

-- LSU

-- Texas

-- Southern California

-- NC State

(2) Kia Nurse of UConn and Courtney Moses of Purdue share an NCAA Tournament record. What is it?

-- They each made all their free-throw attempts in the tournament

-- Most 3-pointers in a tournament game

-- Youngest players to lead their team in scoring

-- Fastest basket scored in a tournament game

(3) What school ended UConn's run of four consecutive national championships, and its 111-game winning streak, on a buzzer-beater in overtime in the 2017 semifinals?

-- Texas A&M

-- Notre Dame

-- Tennessee

-- Mississippi State

(4) Name the only player to score at least 40 points in back-to-back NCAA Tournament games.

-- Diana Taurasi

-- Cheryl Miller

-- Chamique Holdsclaw

-- Caitlin Clark

(5) What school won the 2020 women’s tournament?

-- UConn

-- South Carolina

-- Stanford

-- None of the above

(6) Nine teams have finished a season unbeaten (including tournaments). UConn accounts for six of those, and three other programs have done it once each. Name them.

-- Texas

-- Tennessee

-- Baylor

-- South Carolina

(7) Who is the only person to win the women's national championship as a player, assistant coach and head coach?

-- Dawn Staley

-- Pat Summitt

-- Tara VanDerveer

-- Kim Mulkey

(8) The NCAA started hosting a women's championship in the 1981-82 season. What organization hosted a women's championship for 11 years, the last in competition with the NCAA's inaugural women's tourney, before disbanding?


-- The Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women

-- National Organization for Women

-- Women’s Sports Foundation

(9) Name the only school to have had two different coaches lead it to the national championship.

-- Louisiana Tech

-- North Carolina

-- Old Dominion

-- Southern California

(10) Four schools have lost in the championship game in back-to-back years, but only one of them has done it twice. Name the school.

-- South Carolina

-- Auburn

-- Texas Tech

-- Notre Dame

(11) Name three of the five players who have won back-to-back Most Outstanding Player awards in the Final Four.

— Cheryl Miller

— Brittney Griner

— Diana Taurasi

—Candace Parker

(12) What two facts about Cheyney State, which played in two of the first three Final Fours, including the 1982 championship, make the school unique?

-- It is an HBCU that reached the title game

-- It is not a Division I school

-- It is an all-women’s university

-- It averaged more than 100 points per game

And the answers!

(1) Southern California, 1983-84.

(2) Nurse and Moses both made nine 3-pointers in a game ( Nurse vs Syracuse in 2017 and Moses vs. South Dakota State in 2012).

(3) Mississippi State.

(4) Caitlin Clark, Iowa, 2023, with 41 points against Louisville in the Elite Eight and 41 more against unbeaten defending national champion South Carolina in the national semifinals.

(5) None. It was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

(6) Texas, 34-0, 1985-86; Tennessee, 39-0, 1997-98; and Baylor, 40-0, 2011-12.

(7) Kim Mulkey (player, Louisiana Tech, 1982; assistant coach, Louisiana Tech, 1988; and head coach, Baylor, 2005, 2012, 2019 and LSU, 2023).

(8) The Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW).

(9) Louisiana Tech (Sonja Hogg, 1982; Leon Barmore, 1988).

(10) Notre Dame (2011-2012 and 2014-2015).

(11) Cheryl Miller, Southern Cal, 1983-84; Chamique Holdsclaw, Tennessee, 1997-98; Diana Taurasi, UConn, 2003-04; Candace Parker, Tennessee, 2007-08; and Breanna Stewart, UConn, 2013-16.

(12) The Lady Wolves are the only Division II and only historically Black college and university to ever reach the championship game.


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