It wasn't much of a surprise that Texas A&M center Danielle Adams won the Final Four Most Outstanding Player last night after the Aggies beat Notre Dame 76-70 in the Championship game. Adams had 30 points on 13-22 shooting and nine rebounds. She was quite literally, at the center of everything Texas A&M did on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor. According to Phil Richards of the Houston Chronicle, it was just another game for Adams.
"No pressure at all," said Adams, who was voted the Final Four's Most Outstanding Player. "I've done it before, and today was not going to be any different. I wasn't going to let these ladies down."
Adams is a senior, so she won't be around to help the Aggies win another title next year, but she is still confident that they will be able to get it done.
"Next year's not going to be any different," Adams promised. "(They're) going to work hard from day one and hope we get back to this point again."
If they are going to get back to the National Championship game next year, they'll have to fill Adams' mighty big shoes.