3/8 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Eight In: BYU, Mississippi State, DePaul, UCF, North Carolina, Michigan State, Washington State, South Dakota State
First Eight Out: Wake Forest, Villanova, Seton Hall, Notre Dame, Mississippi, Fordham, Houston, Oklahoma
With South Carolina winning the SEC Tournament, there are now five teams who have a legitimate argument to earn a #1 seed. Connecticut will likely stay among them no matter what happens in the Big East final. Pac-12 champions Stanford finished the year 24-2 and will be a #1 seed. Texas A&M also finished 23-2 and should be a #1 seed despite falling in the SEC tournament earlier than expected. South Carolina is 22-4, but had a great week. They should be competing with ACC tournament winners NC State for the final #1 seed.
ACC: Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, North Carolina, North Carolina State*, Syracuse, Virginia Tech
American: South Florida, UCF
Big East: Connecticut, DePaul, Marquette
Big 12: Baylor, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Texas, West Virginia
Big Ten: Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Northwestern, Rutgers
Pac-12: Arizona, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford*, UCLA, Washington State
SEC: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi State, South Carolina*, Tennessee, Texas A&M
A-10: Dayton
CAA: Delaware
C-USA: Rice
Horizon: Milwaukee
MAC: Bowling Green
MVC: Missouri State
MWC: Colorado State
WCC: BYU, Gonzaga
America East: Maine
A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast
Big Sky: Idaho State
Big South: High Point
Big West: UC Davis
Ivy League: None
MAAC: Marist
MEAC: North Carolina A&T
NEC: Mount St. Mary’s
OVC: Belmont*
Patriot: Bucknell
Southern: Mercer*
Southland: Stephen F. Austin
Summit: South Dakota, South Dakota State
Sun Belt: Troy
SWAC: Alabama State
WAC: Grand Canyon