The final college basketball game of the year tips off on Tuesday evening as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Texas A&M Aggies take the court in the 2011 Women's NCAA Championship Game. It's not the matchup anyone expected -- UConn and Stanford were both upset in the Final Four -- but it is intriguing and unpredictable, as Nate Parham outlined in his preview.
Here's a look at the game capsule for Tuesday night's Women's NCAA Championship.
Game time: Notre Dame and Texas A&M take the court at 5:30 p.m PDT.
Location: The women's Final Four is in Indianapolis this year, with the championship game set to take place at Canseco Fieldhouse, home of the Indiana Pacers
Television information: ESPN has the broadcasting duties again on Tuesday.
Players to watch: For Notre Dame, it has to be Skylar Diggins, the rising star in the matchup. Diggins captured nationwide attention with her 28-point performance in the Fighting Irish's 72-63 win over UConn in the Final Four. Keep an eye on Texas A&M's Danielle Adams, the first All-American in the history of the program. Adams is a force in the paint, and could make the difference for the Aggies on Tuesday night.
Previews and coverage throughout the game can be found in our Women's NCAA Championship Game StoryStream. For more on the game, head over to SB Nation's women's basketball community, Swish Appeal.