And did the golden girls make it three for three? They did!
At the end of the match, it was Walsh Jennings, 33, and May-Treanor, 35, who snagged the top honor from their opponents, landing them their third gold medal – the very first to do so in their sport.
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"Misty and I have something really special. The world knows it, we know it, and we embrace it," Walsh Jennings told NBC after the match, adding that the third medal "is insane. It doesn't feel like it's real."
Also having a tough time gathering her thoughts? May-Treanor, who is retiring from the sport after the Games.
"I'm a little speechless right now," she said. "I can't believe this is my last match."