COLUMBUS, Ohio – The latest on the women's college basketball Final Four (all times local):
UConn and Notre Dame have the second semifinals at the Women's Final Four in Columbus, Ohio.
The Huskies are trying to expand their recent dominance of Fighting Irish. They have won seven in their rivalry, including the NCAA title games in 2014 and 2015.
The winner meets Mississippi State, who rallied for a 73-63 overtime victory over Louisville in the first semifinal.
Last year, the Bulldogs drew the big surprise, hitting UConn in the semifinals to finish his 111-game winning streak. In the title game, they lost to South Carolina.
The team that coped with the big surprise of last year's Women's Final Four is back in the title game.
Roshunda Johnson hit a third goal with 5.7 seconds in the fourth quarter to tie it at 59, and Mississippi State retired in overtime for a 73-63 win over Louisville on Friday night in a semi-final.
The Bulldogs ended UConn's 111 raffle last year before losing to South Carolina in the title game. In the other semi-final, UConn and Notre Dame play.
Victoria Vivians led the Bulldogs with 25 points. Teaira McCown scored 21 points and 25 of the Mississippi State's 46 rebounds, setting the rebound record for a final four. McCowan set the Final Four record for rebounds and defeated Charlotte Smith's previous record of 23, set for North Carolina in 1994.
Louisville had a chance to win it in the final seconds of regulation, but Jazmine Jones' layup attempt rolled off
Louisville and Mississippi State are in the first game at the Women's Final Four on overtime.
The Bulldog's Rosshunda Johnson hit a 3-pointer with only 5 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to tie it at 59, and Louisville's Jazmine Jones watched as her layup rolled from the edge to the buzzer and left it tied up.
The winner will face either UConn or Notre Dame for the title] Teaira McCowan of Mississippi State has 18 points and 18 rebounds.
Asia Durr beat a pair of late-3s to give Louisville a 48-46 lead over the Mississippi State in the fourth quarter of the women's Final Four semi-final al.
Neither team could put together a take control run. The biggest lead was six points. There were 12 leadership changes.
Mississippi State has 28 points in the lead, led by the middle Teaira McCowan. She has 14 points and 13 rebounds, including seven offensive rebounds. McCowan has 80 rebounds in this NCAA tournament, a record. She has overtaken Janel McCarville's previous 75 mark.
Both teams eventually found their shooting in the second half, and Mississippi State was a bit better than Louisville, taking a 31-30 half-time in the women's semifinals.
The Cardinals scored 7 of 9 in a 12-2 draw, elevating them by five, but the Bulldogs ended the game with Victoria Vivian's backdoor layup for the lead. Teaira McCowan has eight points and nine rebounds, giving her a record 76 rebounds at an NCAA tournament. She overtook Janel McCarville's previous record of 75.
Blair Schaefer, head of Mississippi State, the daughter of coach Vic Schaefer, was suspended in the first quarter after a tough foul and limped to the bench. She held her lower back. She returned in the second quarter and was again injured by another blocking foul.
The team that made the big surprise in last year's Women's Finals Four has thrown another.  Mississippi State plays Louisville in the opening match in Columbus, Ohio. The Bulldogs ended UConn's 111-game winning streak in the semifinals last year before losing to the title game against South Carolina.
Louisville tries for the third time in the title game. The Cardinals lost to UConn in 2009 and 2013.
Vic Schaefer of Mississippi State took a break to win a prize a couple of hours before the Women's Final Four, which tipped his team against Louisville. It became a family moment.
Schaefer was honored by the US Basketball Writers Association as National Coach of the Year. The state of Mississippi ended UConn's 111-game winning streak in the national semi-finals last year before losing to South Carolina. The Bulldogs (36-1) are back and hope for another hit on the title.
On Friday they meet the winner of the other semi-final between UConn and Notre Dame.
Schaefer thanked his family, including the twins Blair and Charles Logan. Blair is a senior guard for the Bulldogs.
"You know what, she had a bit of a job to do with it today," Schaefer said.
A & W Wilson of South Carolina won the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award for International Player of the Year. Chennedy Carter of Texas A & M was voted National Freshman of the Year
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