This marks UConn's fourth NCAA title in a row, a feat that had never been done before in Division 1 women's basketball.
The win is also Coach Geno Auriemma's 11th national championship, which puts him one title ahead of former UCLA Coach John Wooden for the most ever in the history of all college basketball.
It was also a victorious night for seniors Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck. Since the triple threat joined the team, the Huskies have never lost in the NCAA tournament, going 24-0 and have, overall, won 75 straight games.
It's the greatest four-season stretch of any team in U.S. sports ever.
The Queens of the court celebrated the only way they knew how -- knighting each other the reigning champs after the blowout victory.