Women’s Basketball – UConn Huskies (2012-13 to present)
The sport of women’s basketball has been full of dynasty eras, mostly from the Huskies and their rivals on the court, the Tennessee Volunteers. As great as some of those time periods have been, this one takes the cake.
After winning their first title with a 35-4 record and a 33 point victory over then-fellow Big East foe Louisville, the Huskies have gone on a run that might put them in the conversation for best in the history of all sports.
Over the last three seasons, not only have the Huskies brought home a championship each season (becoming the first ever women’s basketball team to win four straight titles), but UConn has lost exactly one game over the last three seasons. That’s right, they are 116-1 since the 2013-14 season tipped off.
What helps UConn’s case is that fact that their four title game wins were never really in doubt. The average margin of victory over the last four seasons has been just under 24 points for each title game. Say what you want to about what it means for the sport, but the Huskies are making a run for the greatest team of all time.