3/4 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Kansas Women's College Basketball Chelsea Gardner

Last Eight In: Duquesne, Washington, Charlotte, Arkansas, West Virginia, Villanova, Iowa, DePaul

First Eight Out: St. John’s, Wyoming, SMU, Saint Mary’s, Fordham, Illinois, Minnesota, Kansas

Tennessee won the SEC title, but there was a lot of movement among the top teams in the conference last week. The Lady Volunteers lost to Kentucky, while Georgia fell to Mississippi State, South Carolina was upset at Missouri and Texas A&M lost to Tennessee and LSU. The big winner out of that was Kentucky. Yet, if we learned anything about the SEC in the last week, there will be plenty more movement when it comes to seeding during the conference tournament.


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ACC: Duke, North Carolina, Maryland, Florida State, Miami

Big East: Connecticut, Notre Dame, Louisville, Syracuse, South Florida, DePaul, Villanova

Big 12: Baylor, Oklahoma, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, West Virginia

Big Ten: Penn State, Nebraska, Michigan State, Purdue, Michigan, Iowa

Pac-12: Stanford, California, UCLA, Colorado, Washington

SEC: Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, LSU, Arkansas

A-10: Dayton, Charlotte, Duquesne

CAA: Delaware


Horizon: Green Bay

MAC: Toledo

MVC: Creighton

MWC: San Diego State

WAC: Utah State

WCC: Gonzaga

America East: Albany

A-Sun: Florida Golf Coast

Big Sky: Montana

Big South: Liberty

Big West: Pacific

Ivy League: Princeton

MAAC: Marist

MEAC: Hampton

NEC: Quinnipiac

OVC: Eastern Kentucky

Patriot: Navy

Southern: Chattanooga

Southland: Oral Roberts

Summit: South Dakota State

Sun Belt: Middle Tennessee

SWAC: Texas Southern


See the Projected Women's NCAA Tournament Bracket