2/28 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Four In: Northwestern, Tulane, DePaul, Utah
First Four Out: Seton Hall, Marquette, Miami (FL), Kansas  
A few conference tournaments will begin this week, most notably the SEC. Northwestern and DePaul find themselves back in the tournament while Utah takes a step back and is on the doorstep of falling out. Seton Hall and Miami make gains to become part of the First Four Out. Kansas falls out of the bracket. Kentucky looks much improved, and they have found themselves back in the tournament in a comfortable position. There is still a lot of basketball left to be played before we reach March Madness and the NCAA Tournament. Iowa shares the Big Ten regular season title with Ohio State. Iowa climbs up the bracket after that. South Carolina rules the SEC regular season with LSU standing alone at second place.
ACC: NC State, Louisville*, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Duke, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, Boston College
American: UCF*, USF, Tulane
Big East: Connecticut*, Creighton, DePaul
Big 12: Baylor, Texas, Iowa State*, Oklahoma, Kansas State
Big Ten: Michigan*, Indiana, Maryland, Iowa, Ohio State, Nebraska, Northwestern
Pac-12: Arizona, Stanford*, Utah, Colorado, Oregon
SEC: South Carolina*, Georgia, Tennessee, LSU, Arkansas, Ole Miss, Missouri, Florida, Kentucky
A-10: Dayton*
America East: Stony Brook
Big Sky: Idaho State
Big South: Longwood
Big West: Hawaii
CAA: Drexel
C-USA: Charlotte 
Horizon: IUPUI
Ivy: Princeton
MAAC: Fairfield
MAC: Toledo
MEAC: Norfolk State
MVC: Southern Illinois*, Missouri State
NEC:  St. Francis (NY)
OVC: Belmont
Patriot: Holy Cross
Southern: Mercer
Southland: Houston-Baptist
Summit: South Dakota
Sun Belt: Troy
SWAC: Jackson State
WAC: Stephen F. Austin
WCC: BYU*, Gonzaga