Maya Moore scored 25 points and the undefeated Connecticut Huskies beat Arizona State, 83-64, on Tuesday night at Trenton, N.J., to advance to the Final Four for the ninth time in the last 14 years.
"I said last year we'd be back," Connecticut Coach Geno Auriemma said.
"We are going back and it's ironic that we're playing the same team. We're pretty excited right now. It's good, it's all good."
Renee Montgomery had 22 points for the Huskies (37-0).
Danielle Orsillo scored 18 to lead Arizona State (26-9), which played the Huskies as competitively as just about any other opponent this season but still had its season end in the regional final for the second time in three years.
Moore also broke Connecticut's season scoring record, passing Kara Wolters' mark of 694 points set in 1995-96.
Oklahoma 74, Purdue 68 -- Courtney Paris led the way with 19 points, 13 rebounds and six blocked shots as top-seeded Oklahoma surged ahead in the second half at Oklahoma City to defeat the Boilermakers and earn the second trip to the Final Four in the school's history.
Danielle Robinson scored 23 points for Oklahoma (32-4), which has made it this far for the first time since losing to Connecticut in the 2002 championship game.
Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton led sixth-seeded Purdue (25-11) with 20 points and 13 rebounds, and Lakisha Freeman scored 12 points.