March Madness winds down, with an impressive new champion against the odds. The South Carolina Lady Gamecocks marched right through the brackets for their first title in school history. Despite Connecticut being the prohibitive favorite to win their fifth straight title (and seventh in ten years), it was South Carolina who took home the hardware. Led by star big woman A'ja Wilson, whose play on the offensive end and on the boards was the Final Four's most outstanding player. In the National semifinal, Wilson was held to 13 points, but tallied an astounding 19 rebounds (including 8 offensive) and 3 blocks in a win against a red hot Stanford team. In the National final, she led the Lady Cocks with 23 points, hauling in 10 boards with 4 blocks. The 6'5" junior will lead the Cocks in attempted repeat next year, and is our Sportswoman of the Week!