Long drought seals SDSU’s fate in title game against UConn

For the first time in almost a decade, San Diego State University (SDSU) made it to the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Game against UConn, but their long-awaited comeback ended in a heartbreaking loss.

The Aztecs had not been to the championship game since 2012, when they lost to Baylor. This time, the team was hoping to break the streak and make history by winning the title.

However, the Huskies proved to be too much for the Aztecs to handle. UConn dominated the game from the start and never gave the Aztecs a chance to get into the game. The Huskies went on to win the game 82-67.

The Aztecs had a strong season and finished the regular season with a record of 25-6, winning the Mountain West Conference title. They had a great run in the NCAA tournament, taking out South Dakota State, Tennessee, BYU and Duke before falling to UConn in the championship game.

The Aztecs had a lot of momentum and confidence heading into the game, but UConn proved to be too much for them to handle. The Huskies have won 11 national championships and have a deep roster with a lot of experience and talent.

The Aztecs put up a good fight, but ultimately their long drought ended with a loss in the national championship game. Despite the loss, the Aztecs can be proud of what they accomplished this season and the progress they have made in recent years.