The LSU Women's Basketball Team and Coach Kim Mulkey are coming off the first-ever National Championship in LSU Women's Basketball History and you will soon be able to celebrate the Title with a commemorative license plate.


In Coach Kim Mulkey’s second season in Baton Rouge, LSU went 34-2 and defeated Iowa 102-85 in the national championship, setting a national championship game record for most points scored. Angel Reese set the NCAA record with 34 double-doubles during the season.

On Thursday, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards joined Coach Kim Mulkey in the Pete Maravice Assembly Center "PMAC" to sign a ceremonial bill that will create special license plates to honor the Lady Tigers.

"Every time you see that license plate, we're going to have memories, and all of us will have different memories. But the one memory that will never go away is the first. The first national championship ever at LSU in basketball," - Mulkey said.

Next season the Tigers will head into the season as a favorite to win back-to-back titles. This offseason, they added the top-ranked player in the transfer portal Hailey Van Lith. They will also have one of the top-rated recruited classes headlined by Louisiana native Mikaylah Williams.

You are not allowed to purchase the license plates just yet, but according to LSU, they will be providing information on plate purchases very soon.

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