Texas A&M came back from 10 points down and Sydney Colson drove the length of the floor and found Tyra White for a layup with 3.3 seconds left to give the Aggies a thrilling 63-62 upset win over No. 1 seed and heavily favored Stanford on Sunday in the Final Four semifinal in Indianapolis.
The Aggies will now play Notre Dame for the national championship on Tuesday night.
Tyra White finished with 18 points Danielle Adams had 16 points to lead the Aggies.
Stanford and Texas A&M traded baskets to start the game and The Cardinal held a slim 11-10 lead after nine minutes of play.
The Aggies went on a 9-2 run and opened up a 7-point lead, 19-12, when Kelsey Assarian hit a 2-point jumper with 7:54 left in the first half.
Stanford outscored the Aggies 15-4 in those final minutes of the first half to take a 27-23 halftime lead.
The Aggies pulled back to within one, 29-28, when Sydney Carter connected on a 3-pointer a little over two minutes into the second half.
Stanford scored nine straight points to open up a 10-point lead, 38-28, with fifteen minutes to play.
Texas A&M pulled back to within one, 42-41, when Danielle Adams made a 2-point jumper with ten minutes to go.
But Stanford pushed that lead back to 10 points, 54-44, with just over five minutes left in the game.
The Aggies fought back but still trailed by four, 58-54, with 1:34 to play when Sydney Carter hit another 3-pointer to cut the Stanford lead to one, 58-57.
The teams traded leads five times in the final minute.
After Stanford missed a 3-point attempt, A&M rebounded and Sydney Colson was fouled. Colson hit both free throws to give A&M a 59-58 lead with 53 seconds left in the game.
With 35 seconds to play Nnemkadi Ogwumike drove for the basket and was fouled by Danielle Adams. Ogwumike made both free throws to give Stanford a 60-59 lead.
The Aggies responded with Tyra White driving for a go-ahead layup with 19 seconds remaining to give the Aggies a 61-60 lead.
Stanford went to Nnemkadi Ogwumike who broke free for a layup to score the last of her 31 points with 9 seconds left to give Stanford a 62-61 lead.
The Aggies, without a timeout, immediately got the ball to Colson, who raced up the floor and dished to White for the game winner.
After the game, Texas A&M coach Gary Blair said "Give credit, defense will win for you."
The win put Texas A&M into the national chmpionship game on Tuesday night.
The Aggies will face Notre Dame who upset No. 1 see Conecticut.
Texas A&M is not finished yet.
"It's time to make history," Syndey Colson said after ther game.