3/11 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Eight In: Ohio, Buffalo, Tennessee, TCU, Indiana, Clemson, Kansas State, UCF
First Eight Out: LSU, Arkansas, BYU, Boise State, Utah, St. Mary’s, Georgia Tech, Butler
With Notre Dame beating Louisville in the ACC tournament final, Mississippi State has to like their chances to get a #1 seed. The 30-2 Bulldogs finished their superb regular season with a 101-70 thumping of Arkansas in the SEC tournament final. Mississippi State also knocked off Tennessee and Missouri on their way to their first ever SEC tournament title. Because of down years for Tennessee and South Carolina, many think the ACC should get two #1 seeds, leaving MSU with a #2 seed. We will see what the committee thinks next week, but a 30-2 team in the SEC is extremely impressive and deserving of a top seed.
ACC: Clemson, Florida State, Louisville, Miami (FL), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame*, Syracuse
American: Connecticut, UCF
Big East: DePaul, Marquette
Big 12: Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas State, TCU, Texas
Big Ten: Indiana, Iowa*, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Rutgers
Pac-12: Arizona State, California, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford*, UCLA
SEC: Auburn, Kentucky, Mississippi State*, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M
A-10: Fordham*
CAA: James Madison
C-USA: Rice
Horizon: Green Bay
MAC: Buffalo, Central Michigan, Ohio
MVC: Drake
MWC: New Mexico
WCC: Gonzaga
America East: Maine
A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast
Big Sky: Northern Colorado
Big South: Radford
Big West: UC Davis
Ivy League: Penn
MAAC: Quinnipiac
MEAC: North Carolina A&T
NEC: Robert Morris
OVC: Belmont*
Patriot: Bucknell
Southern: Mercer*
Southland: Stephen F. Austin
Summit: South Dakota, South Dakota State
Sun Belt: Troy
SWAC: Southern
WAC: New Mexico State