1/3 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Four In: Tulsa, Oregon, Rhode Island, Creighton
First Four Out: Wake Forest, Middle Tennessee, Houston, Marquette
South Carolina finally goes down. Losing by one point in overtime at Missouri won’t drop them in the polls. Quite frankly, nobody has the resume that can match South Carolina’s at the moment. Kim Mulkey’s Tigers of LSU open SEC play with two wins against ranked opponents and continue to climb. Arizona has been idle recently due to Covid issues and they have not played in about three weeks. Connecticut has not played recently either keeping a 6-3 record which seems to be underperforming for a program they usually are. Missouri makes a big jump after upsetting South Carolina without one of their best players.
ACC: NC State*, Louisville, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Duke, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech
American: UCF*, USF, Tulsa
Big East: Connecticut*, DePaul, Creighton
Big 12: Baylor*, Texas, Iowa State, Oklahoma, Kansas State, Kansas
Big Ten: Michigan*, Indiana, Maryland, Iowa, Ohio State, Nebraska
Pac-12: Arizona*, Stanford, Utah, Colorado, Oregon
SEC: South Carolina*, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas A&M, LSU, Arkansas, Alabama, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Missouri
A-10: Massachusetts, Rhode Island
America East: Albany
A-Sun: FGCU, Liberty
Big Sky: Southern Utah
Big South: USC-Upstate
Big West: Long Beach State
CAA: Towson
C-USA: Old Dominion
Horizon: IUPUI
Ivy: Princeton
MAAC: Quinnipiac
MAC: Toledo
MEAC: Morgan State
MVC: Missouri State
MWC: Colorado State
NEC:  Wagner
OVC: Belmont
Patriot: Lehigh
Southern: Mercer
Southland: SE Louisiana
Summit: South Dakota
Sun Belt: Georgia Southern
SWAC: Jackson State
WAC: Stephen F. Austin
WCC: BYU*, Gonzaga