Stanford players celebrate after the final buzzer sounded in Sunday's championship game with Arizona. The Cardinal won 54-53 for the third title in school history.
Stanford head coach Tara VanDerveer -- the winningest coach in the history of women's college basketball -- cuts down the net after Sunday's win.
Arizona assistant coach Jackie Nared Hairston puts her arm around Trinity Baptiste after the game.
Stanford players celebrate as a dejected Aari McDonald, left, sits on the court after missing a last-second shot.
Stanford players react after McDonald, bottom right, missed her shot at the buzzer.
Stanford players hug as confetti falls in San Antonio's Alamodome.
Stanford's Francesca Belibi grabs a rebound in front of Baptiste.
Fans sit among cardboard cutouts at the game. Fan attendance was limited throughout the tournament.
Stanford's Lexie Hull shoots over Cate Reese on Sunday.
Arizona head coach Adia Barnes directs her team during the first half of Sunday's game.
Kiana Williams shoots a floater.
McDonald steals the ball from Williams.
The championship game tips off at the Alamodome. Because of the pandemic, all tournament games were played in Texas this year.
Lexie Hull and McDonald battle for a loose ball.
Arizona fans cheer on their team Sunday.
Stanford's Haley Jones drives to the basket Sunday. She finished with a team-high 17 points and was later named the tournament's most outstanding player.
McDonald lies on the court after being fouled.
Belibi looks for an open shot Sunday.
Stanford huddles before the game.