Junior guard Brittney Griner recorded a double-double of 26 points with 13 rebounds, along with five blocks as Baylor cruised to victory over fellow No. 1 seed Notre Dame, 80-61, for NCAA women’s National championship on April 3 at the Pepsi Center in Colorado.

It was complete domination for the No. 1 seed Baylor, who made the title game look like just another exhibition game, which they dominated. While Griner and her teammates dominated (sophomore guard Odyssey Sims scored 19 points while junior forward Destiny Williams followed with 12 points), Notre Dame’s stars couldn’t answer, struggling most of the game.

Notre Dame star grad student forward Devereaux Peters scored just seven points as she faced foul trouble most of the game; meanwhile junior guard Skyler Diggins scored 20 points but it was on 7-of-17 shooting from the field, not exactly a strong night shooting. Diggin’s 20 points was good for second-most scored in the game, but not nearly enough to keep Baylor from winning the title and finishing a perfect 40-0 on the entire season.

“We’re fighters. We never quit,” Peters told reporters after the game. “We just couldn’t get key stops when we needed to.”

The results of the game didn’t feel too good for Peters and Notre Dame, but it felt great for Baylor, who won its second straight national title.

Diggins, Notre Dame’s leading scorer and the Big East Conference Women’s Player of the Year, praised Baylor for becoming the first team, whether men’s or women, to finish a perfect 40-0 while winning back-to-back titles.

“Being able to lead this team to back-to-back national championship games, it’s amazing. I hate that it ends on a game like this, because you fail to see everything they did to get to this point,” Diggins told the Associated Press. “… We’ll all keep in touch. They’re like my sisters. We’re going to miss them. Very proud of them. I know the Irish fans are proud, as well.”