Maryland senior Alyssa Thomas has it all. She's been named a First Team All-American, a Wooden All-American, ACC Player of the Year (for the third straight year), not to mention she passed Juan Dixon as Maryland's all-time leading scorer in the First Round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
However, there was one accomplishment that Thomas had yet to achieve: reaching a Final Four.
The senior had 22 points and 13 rebounds as fourth-seeded Maryland topped third-seeded Louisville 76-73 on Tuesday night, and now she can add a Final Four to her long list of accomplishments.
A National Championship would be the fairytale ending to Thomas' career, but don't expect her to look past the undefeated Notre Dame team the Terps face on Sunday.
Thomas talks about the challenge ahead, the win over Louisville, her magical senior year, and more, in the video below.
Thomas' Storybook Season Continues
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