1/6 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Eight In: Minnesota, North Carolina, Colorado, Miami, Ohio State, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Nebraska
First Eight Out: Georgia, Vanderbilt, Kansas, UCF, Marquette, Texas, Oklahoma, Drake
For now the traditional power conferences are eating up most of the spots in the NCAA Tournament. The Big Ten is leading the way with ten projected tournament participants. The ACC has eight and the Pac-12 and SEC both have seven. The Big 12 and Big East are the only other conferences with more than one bid. That will not be the case by March as there are quite a few teams like Missouri State, Gonzaga, Connecticut and James Madison who are looking good for an at-large bid should they not win their conference tournament. But, for now, all eyes are on the major conferences where just about every game could have huge NCAA Tournament implications.
ACC: Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami (FL), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Syracuse, Virginia Tech
American: Connecticut
Big East: Creighton, DePaul
Big 12: Baylor, Oklahoma State, TCU, West Virginia
Big Ten: Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State, Purdue, Rutgers
Pac-12: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA
SEC: Arkansas, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M
A-10: Massachusetts
CAA: James Madison
C-USA: Rice
Horizon: IUPUI
MAC: Buffalo
MVC: Missouri State
MWC: Fresno State
WCC: Gonzaga
America East: Stony Brook
A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast
Big Sky: Montana State
Big South: UNC Asheville
Big West: Cal State Fullerton
Ivy League: Princeton
MAAC: Marist
MEAC: North Carolina A&T
NEC: Robert Morris
OVC: Tennessee Tech
Patriot: Lehigh
Southern: UNC Greensboro
Southland: Abilene Christian
Summit: South Dakota
Sun Belt: Troy
SWAC: Texas Southern
WAC: Utah Valley