UConn is the top seed in the NCAA women's basketball tournament.
The Huskies (34-0) will be trying for a record ninth NCAA title breaking a tie with Tennessee for most all-time. Standing in the way of Connecticut's run could be Notre Dame. The Irish were also unbeaten this season and are expected to earn a top seed.
Despite not playing this season, the former Big East rivals know plenty about each other having met 12 times over the previous three seasons.
The defending national champions have won games by an average of 36 points. They open up at home against Prairie View A&M on Sunday night. The Lady Panthers became the ninth team to reach the NCAA tournament with a losing record when they won the Southwestern Conference championship.