South Carolina's Dawn Staley ecstatic over Beyoncé's appreciation

How Dawn Staley built a South Carolina dynasty (1:38)

Elle Duncan details South Carolina's dominance under coach Dawn Staley and how the Gamecocks went undefeated to capture the women's NCAA title without returning any starters. (1:38)

Dawn Staley and the South Carolina Gamecocks continue celebrating their second national championship in three seasons.

With multiple shoutouts throughout the season by rapper Plies, Staley and the Gamecocks might've had one of the ultimate recognitions Wednesday.

Beyoncé, the 32-time Grammy Award-winning superstar, gave Staley her flowers with a heartfelt note of appreciation for the Gamecocks and their remarkable season.

"To Coach Staley and the entire South Carolina Gamecocks: Me and my family watched your games and cheered you on the entire season. I am so proud of you, all my love," Staley read from Beyoncé's note.

Energized by the note, Staley queued up the songstress' hit song "TEXAS HOLD 'EM."

Staley, 53, ended her WNBA playing career with the Houston Comets, the same city where Beyoncé was born. She showed her excitement about earning recognition from the Carter family.

"That's [Beyoncé], and her family," Staley said with enthusiasm. "Mr. Carter. Yes, Blue, you did your thing Blue. Sir and Rumi. [Beyoncé], thank you [and] we appreciate you."

Beyoncé also sent Staley gear, including a shirt that read "Always been country" in reference to her latest album, "Cowboy Carter."

"I've been in the South for 16 years, I'm a little country, too," the Philadelphia native said.

Staley wasted no time in donning the new piece of clothing.

Staley and the Gamecocks finished their national championship season 38-0 to become the 10th team in Division I history to complete an undefeated season.