3/6 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Four In: Arkansas, Kansas, West Virginia, St. John’s
First Four Out: Princeton, Syracuse, Seton Hall, Nebraska 
Several Power 6 conference leaders find themselves losing their conference tournaments. Virginia Tech is a little bit of a surprise to claim the ACC Championship and Washington State claiming the Pac-12 was almost completely unseen. South Carolina routs all their opponents on their way to the SEC Championship. Virginia Tech makes the jump to a 2-Seed and Tennessee makes the jump to a 4-Seed after upsetting LSU in the SEC Semifinals and facing South Carolina in the SEC Championship. Mississippi State drops after being upset by Texas A&M, but they are still a lock in the NCAA Tournament.
ACC: Duke, Notre Dame, NC State, Florida State, Virginia Tech*, Louisville, North Carolina, Miami
American: USF
Big East: Connecticut*, Creighton, Villanova, Marquette, St. John’s
Big 12: Iowa State, Baylor, Texas, Oklahoma*, Oklahoma State, West Virginia, Kansas
Big Ten: Ohio State, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa*, Illinois, Maryland, Purdue
Pac-12: Stanford, Utah, UCLA, Arizona, Colorado, USC, Washington State*
SEC: South Carolina*, LSU, Tennessee, Arkansas, Ole Miss, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi State
A-10: Saint Louis* 
America East: Vermont
A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast
Big Sky: Sacramento State
Big South: Gardner-Webb
Big West: UC Irvine
CAA: Towson
C-USA: Middle Tennessee
Horizon: Green Bay
Ivy: Columbia
MAAC: Iona
MAC: Toledo
MEAC: Norfolk State
MVC: Illinois State
NEC: Fairleigh Dickinson
OVC: Tennessee Tech*
Patriot: Boston U 
Southern: Chattanooga*
Southland: Southeastern Louisiana
Summit: South Dakota State
Sun Belt: James Madison 
SWAC: Jackson State
WAC: Southern Utah
WCC: Gonzaga