April 6, 2011

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• Texas A&M wins its first NCAA national championship in program history.
• The Aggies' win gives the Big 12 its second national champion, with Baylor winning the crown in 2005, which was also held in Indianapolis. The conference has won both national titles staged in Indianapolis.
• Texas A&M is the seventh No. 2 seed to win the NCAA Tournament (Maryland, 2006).
• Texas A&M moves to 1-1 all-time against Notre Dame.
• Texas A&M ends the season with a 33-5 record, the most victories in program history.
• The Aggies are now 15-7 in NCAA Tournament play.
• In the NCAA Tournament, the Aggies' all-time record as a No. 2 seed is now 12-3.
• Aggie coach Gary Blair is now 13-5 in the NCAA Tournament at Texas A&M. He is 27-16 all-time.
• For the 28th time this season, Texas A&M used the starting lineup of Sydney Colson, Sydney Carter, Tyra White, Adarora Elonu, and Danielle Adams.
• Scoring 30 points, Danielle Adams recorded the second-most points in national championship game history behind only Sheyrl Swoopes' record of 47 points in 1993. The point total also ranks as the 11th most points ever in a Final Four game.
• With 30 points, Adams scored in double-figures for the 35th time this season and 45th time in her last 47 games. It is her 22nd game with 20 or more points, and eighth with 30 or more, this year.
• Adams' 13 field goals made are the second-most ever in a national championship game.
• Adams is one of just four Big 12 players to score 800 or more points in a single season, ranking fourth on the single-season chart with 847 points.
• With one made three-pointer, guard Sydney Carter moved into eighth on Texas A&M's career three-pointers made list with 103.
• With three steals, Colson finishes her career fourth on the program's career chart with 255.
• Colson finished the game with five assists, giving her 504 during her career, a total that ranks fourth all-time and makes her the fourth Aggie in program history to finish with more than 500 career assists.
Tyra White scored in double figures for the 30th time this season, including her last nine games.
• Aggie seniors Maryann Baker and Sydney Colson end their Texas A&M careers with a 115-29 record, making them the winningest duo in program history.
• Hitting a perfect 6-of-6 from the free throw line, Sydney Colson is just the 12th athlete in Women's Final Four history to finish a game shooting 100 percent from the free throw line (minimum six made).
• Texas A&M's 54.7 shooting percentage from the field is tied for the fourth highest shooting percentage in Women's Final Four championship game history.