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What they are saying nationally about LSU winning the NCAA women's basketball championship

The Tigers are NCAA Women's Basketball Champions after beating Iowa 102-85.

DALLAS — LSU won the NCAA women's basketball championship for the first time in program history after beating Iowa 102-85 on Sunday.

The Tigers faced a tough opponent in Iowa and rising star Caitlin Clark, but LSU's offense was firing on all cylinders and it was too much for the Hawkeyes to keep up with.

Kim Mulkey, Angel Reese, Alexis Morris and the rest of the Tigers are on the top of the collegiate basketball world.

Here is what those around basketball media are saying about the Tigers' big win:

LSU sets title-game scoring record, beats Iowa for program's first NCAA championship: Jim Kleinpeter, NOLA.com.

LSU's hot-shooting too much for Iowa women's basketball to overcome in national championship game: Dargan Southard, Des Moines Register.

LSU ousts Iowa, as Mulkey secures her fourth NCAA title: Andrea Adelson, ESPN.

NCAA Women's championship score: LSU uses shooting, size and foul trouble to roll past Caitlin Clark, Iowa:  Wajih AlBaroudi and Isabel Gonzalez, CBS Sports.

LSU Tops Iowa to Win First Women’s Basketball Title in Program History: Joseph Salvador, Sports Illustrated.

LSU Tops Caitlin Clark, Iowa for WCBB Title as Fans Rip 'All-Around Awful' Refs: Joseph Zucker, Bleacher Report.

Women's national championship game recap: LSU dominates Iowa for first-ever title: Lorenzo Reyes, Steve Gardner and Victoria Hernandez, USA TODAY.

LSU wins 1st NCAA championship, beating Clark and Iowa: Doug Feinberg, AP.

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