The goals are lofty for the University of Louisville women's basketball program this season.
The Cardinals were 26-8 last season but return all five starters and their seven top scorers from last season, while adding another top-five recruiting class and a talented fifth-year senior to the mix.
U of L is ranked among the top five in most of the preseason poll, including as high as No. 2 in one preseason poll.
"Expectations are a great thing," U of L women's coach Jeff Walz said. "It shows you are building a program, putting a product on the floor that people expect big things from. From a coaching side of it, you'd much rather have high expectations that low because if you have the low ones you're probably not going to have a job for very long.
"We like the expectations. We embrace them as a team."
Walz said the Final Four in Dallas is "something we are shooting for," and talked about his teams goal of winning an ACC championship and then moving on to win a national title.
U of L has a ton of talent in the fold.
Junior Myisha Hines-Allen is the preseason ACC Player of the Year, while Mariya Moore, Asia Durr and Briahanna Jackson all averaged double figures last season for the Cardinals.
"We have a lot of talent and we have a deep team," Moore said. "We can go a long way, we just have to stay together as a team."