UConn and Louisville could be on course for a rematch in the Elite Eight. All four top seeds in Albany are favored to reach the regional semifinals.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 85-53
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- 11/22W 90-50
- 11/23W 65-55
- 11/24W 86-40
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- 2/17W 78-41
- 2/20W 102-45
- 2/24W 68-49
- 2/26W 84-47
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- 3/4W 57-47
- 3/9W 92-65
- 3/10W 81-45
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The NCAA bracket held few surprises, but UConn's No. 2 seed was the jaw-dropper. It's the first time since 2006 the Huskies aren't a 1-seed.
- Baylor top seed in NCAA women's tournament
- Baylor No. 1, UConn 2nd in final women's AP poll
- Baylor projected No. 1 seed in women's tourney
- Baylor remains unanimous No. 1 in AP poll
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This NCAA tournament might be as wide open as any since 2006, which is also the last time UConn was not a No. 1 seed.
Albany, where Louisville and UConn are seeded 1-2, is the unanimous pick as the hardest region in the women's bracket.
Baylor was named the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA women's basketball tournament Monday.
Kim Mulkey's Baylor Lady Bears are ranked No. 1 in the final Associated Press women's basketball poll.
Is Mississippi State a lock for a 1-seed? Will Tennessee receive an at-large bid? Which teams will host? These are the biggest bracket questions.
From Baylor, the No. 1 overall seed, to Auburn, the last team in the field, Charlie Creme's final projection awaits Selection Monday (ESPN, 7 ET).
The nation's leading scorer, the NCAA record holder for triple-doubles and one of UConn's most prolific scorers lead espnW's All-Americans.
No. 2 UConn was forced to play the American Athletic Conference Tournament without injured All-American Katie Lou Samuelson and may have become a more complete team as a result.
Oregon looked poised to climb to a No. 1 seed. Instead, Stanford took home another Pac-12 title -- and Mississippi State ended up on the top line.
The Bulldogs join Baylor, Notre Dame and UConn on the top line. Louisville and Oregon, which both lost Sunday, join Stanford and Iowa as 2-seeds.
Megan Walker scored 24 points and Napheesa Collier added 23 to lead No. 2 UConn to an 81-45 rout of South Florida on Sunday and move Huskies into their sixth straight American Athletic Conference championship game.
Napheesa Collier scored a season-high 37 points as No. 2 UConn, playing without injured All-American Katie Lou Samuelson, pulled away from East Carolina 92-65 Saturday in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference tournament.
Christyn Williams scored eight of her 10 points in the fourth quarter and second-ranked UConn finished the game on a 9-0 run to pull away to a 57-47 regular season-ending victory over South Florida on Monday night.
Baylor, Louisville, Notre Dame and UConn are all projected to be No. 1 seeds, according to the NCAA women's basketball selection committee.
The NCAA's top 16 seeds Monday held no surprises but produced a much more balanced bracket than last month's reveal. Baylor remains No. 1 overall.