3/1 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Tennessee Women's College Basketball

Last Eight In: Arkansas, Georgia, DePaul, Miami, West Virginia, LSU, Oklahoma State, Iowa State

First Eight Out: Tulane, San Diego, Washington State, Middle Tennessee, North Carolina State, Virginia, Arkansas State, Michigan

As we talked about a couple weeks back, it seemed very possible that South Carolina and Tennessee would both earn #1 seeds. Even with South Carolina’s loss at Kentucky, it still looks probable. The Gamecocks deserve a #1 seed no matter what happens in the conference tournament. Tennessee, on the other hand, is a bit susceptible. If they lose against South Carolina in the SEC tournament finals, they should still get a top seed. If they lose before that, teams like Maryland, Florida State, Baylor and Oregon State will start knocking on the door. Of course, each of those teams would have to win their respective conference tournaments this week to have a shot.


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ACC: Duke, Florida State, Louisville, Miami, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Syracuse

American: Connecticut, South Florida

Big East: DePaul, Seton Hall

Big 12: Baylor, Iowa State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, West Virginia

Big Ten: Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State, Rutgers

Pac-12: Arizona State, California, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington

SEC: Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M

A-10: Dayton, George Washington

CAA: James Madison

C-USA: Western Kentucky

Horizon: Green Bay

MAC: Ohio

MVC: Wichita State

MWC: Colorado State

WCC: Gonzaga

America East: Albany

A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast

Big Sky: Montana

Big South: Liberty

Big West: Hawaii

Ivy League: Princeton

MAAC: Quinnipiac

MEAC: Hampton

NEC: Bryant

OVC: Tennessee-Martin

Patriot: American

Southern: Chattanooga

Southland: Stephen F. Austin

Summit: South Dakota

Sun Belt: Arkansas-Little Rock

SWAC: Southern

WAC: New Mexico State


See the Women's Basketball Projected NCAA Tournament Bracket