1/9 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Four In: Mississippi State, Marquette, Purdue, Kansas State
First Four Out: Florida, Boston College, Nebraska, Miami (FL)
Three undefeated teams remain (South Carolina, LSU, and Ohio State). Who will be the last one standing – if any? LSU has reached its best start in program history at 16-0 and looks solid under Kim Mulkey in her second season. Connecticut, despite the setback regarding the health of players, continues to stand at the front of the line with a number one seed. Indiana, Ohio State, Utah, and Duke are all two seeds who have the potential to become one seeds, depending on how they finish the season and other teams in their conferences finish. The Big East is probably the biggest surprise so far as they have six teams in the bracket right now including two new additions of Seton Hall and Marquette.
ACC: Duke*, Notre Dame, NC State, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Louisville, North Carolina
American: USF
Big East: Connecticut*, St. John’s, Creighton, Villanova, Seton Hall, Marquette
Big 12: Iowa State*, Baylor, Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas State
Big Ten: Ohio State*, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Maryland, Purdue
Pac-12: Stanford*, Utah, UCLA, Oregon, Arizona, Colorado  
SEC: South Carolina*, LSU, Tennessee, Arkansas, Ole Miss, Alabama, Missouri, Mississippi State, Georgia
A-10: St. Joseph’s
America East: Albany
A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast
Big Sky: Sacramento State
Big South: Gardner-Webb
Big West: UC Irvine
CAA: Drexel
C-USA: Middle Tennessee
Horizon: Cleveland State
Ivy: Columbia
MAAC: Siena
MAC: Akron
MEAC: Norfolk State
MVC: Drake
NEC: Wagner
OVC: Eastern Illinois
Patriot: Holy Cross
Southern: Samford
Southland: Texas A&M-CC
Summit: South Dakota State
Sun Belt: James Madison
SWAC: Jackson State
WAC: Southern Utah
WCC: Gonzaga