Two players who played college ball in Texas were selected in the lottery of the 2019 NBA Draft Thursday night.
It was going to be a runaway, a landslide for coach Kim Mulkey and her Baylor Lady Bears.
The Flower Mound junior should return well before the beginning of the 2019-20 season.
The Lady Bears become just the third program to win three championships in women's basketball history.
The Red Raiders will try to become the first Texas team since 1966 to win the men's basketball championship.
So maybe the Baylor Lady Bears have another special and very difficult date with history after all.
On March 17, was seen as a disappointment for Texas. But on April 4, you couldn't tell that was the case.
Heading into Monday's Elite Eight game against Iowa, one of the more efficient offenses in the nation, the marquee matchup was Iowa's Meghan Gustafson, the National Player of the Year, taking on Baylor's dominating duo of Kalani Brown and Lauren Cox in the post
A full team effort was needed to take down No. 1 seed Gonzaga Saturday afternoon and send Texas Tech to its first-ever Final Four, 75-69.