VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP) — Man, the Washington State women's basketball team has felt like big winners since they adopted Shania Twain's monster 1997 hit “Man, I Feel Like A Woman” as the their theme song on their run into March Madness.

The Cougars sing Twain’s song in the locker room before games. And after they unexpectedly won the Pac-12 Tournament title, the opening riff blared on the speakers and the team about drowned out Twain, gleefully singing along about men's shirts, short skirts — and becoming the lowest-seeded team to ever win the conference tourney.

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