Women’s National Championship Game Preview: (1) Baylor vs. (1) Notre Dame

04/03/2012

DENVER, CO – Dave Ryan, Debbie Antonelli and Krista Blunk will be on hand to call all of the action of the Women’s Championship in Denver on the Westwood One Radio Network.

Notre Dame will look to derail Baylor’s march towards history, as the Lady Bears aim to become the first team in the history of men’s or women’s college basketball to finish the season 40-0.  But the Fighting Irish are in no mood to be denied in the title game for the second year in a row, after falling to Texas A&M last season.  Baylor’s Brittney Griner and Notre Dame’s Skylar Diggins will headline their respective teams, in what is sure to be a terrific clash for the women’s crown.

Here’s a preview of the big game and big stories from Denver.

(A preview of the action from Dave, Debbie and Krista)

Coverage of the Women’s Championship begins tonight at 8 PM Eastern. You can listen to the games right here on WestwoodOneSports.com.

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