The Final Four is set. UConn, Oregon State, Syracuse and Washington are all headed to Indianapolis.
Here's where the Women's Tournament Challenge contest stands with only three games left to play:
Tournament Challenge facts
Moving forward, only 8.5 percent of brackets have UConn meeting Oregon State in the Final Four. Of those, 88.89 percent pick the Huskies to win and move on to the final game.
Only eight brackets correctly predicted the entire Final Four out of 227,787 total entries. Additionally, only 758 brackets had at last three correct picks to advance to the Final Four, which represents only 0.33 percent of entries.
UConn is the most popular pick to advance to the final and to win it all, at 80.8 percent and 66 percent, respectively.
Oregon State is next, picked to move on to the title game in 2.8 percent of brackets and win a title in 0.9 percent.
Syracuse was selected to play in the national championship game in just 1 percent of brackets, and to cut down the nets in just 0.3 percent.
And finally, Washington was selected as a title-game participant in only 0.3 percent of brackets, and as champion in just 0.1.
Of the four possible national title game combinations, Oregon State versus Syracuse was selected in the fewest brackets (only 67), while Oregon State versus Washington was picked in 80.
UConn versus Washington was picked in 253 brackets, while the most popular title game combo from this group is UConn versus Syracuse, found on 1,346 brackets submitted to Tournament Challenge.
The top two teams in the overall standings have Oregon State and Washington, respectively, winning it all. The bracket currently in third place has UConn, while the fourth-place entry has previously eliminated Kentucky as champion. Three of the remaining five who rank eighth or better have UConn winning it all, while the other two have Oregon State and Washington. The best bracket with Syracuse as champion ranks 30th overall, but with so many points on the line, that user can certainly still move up the leaderboard.
No. 1 UConn defeats No. 2 Texas
The Huskies were the most popular pick in every round of Tournament Challenge, picked to win it all in a staggering 66 percent of entries.
That's why it comes as no surprise that they were the most popular pick to reach the Final Four, selected to advance to this round in 89.9 percent of brackets.
Of the 58.7 percent of players who picked this matchup between UConn and Texas, better than 95 percent picked UConn to win.
Texas' loss busted a few brackets, as 3.6 percent had the Longhorns in the Final Four. However, since they were placed in UConn's region, they were the least popular No. 2 seed among Final Four picks.
No. 2 Oregon State defeats No. 1 Baylor
Of the 36.9 percent of entries that featured this matchup, only 19.38 percent picked Oregon State to advance over the higher-seeded Lady Bears.
In fact, 67.3 percent of brackets had Baylor in the Final Four, making the Lady Bears the third-most popular pick to make it that far in the tournament.
On the other hand, OSU was the least popular No. 2 seed to make it to the Elite 8 in the first place, and reached the Final Four in only 10 percent of brackets.
Oregon State was the eighth-most popular pick to win the national title.
Baylor was the fourth-most common pick as champion, behind fellow No. 1 seeds UConn, Notre Dame and South Carolina.
No. 4 Syracuse defeats No. 7 Tennessee 89-67
Only 0.7 percent of brackets correctly predicted this Elite Eight matchup between the Orange and the Lady Vols.
Of that 0.7 percent, 55 percent had Syracuse advancing to the Final Four.
Syracuse moves on to the Final Four, a feat predicted by 2.9 percent of Tournament Challenge players.
Despite a lower seed, 2.5 percent of brackets submitted had the Lady Vols projected as a Final Four team.
Through Sunday's games, the current leader of the Tournament Challenge, user BOBCoch208, correctly predicted this result.
No. 7 Washington defeats No. 4 Stanford 85-76
Only 0.4 percent of brackets submitted to Tournament Challenge predicted this matchup, and of those, only 35 percent correctly predicted the Huskies to win.
Washington was picked to advance to the Final Four in just 0.5 percent of brackets, behind ninth-seeded Kansas State and Auburn and many other teams.
Only 0.03 percent of brackets correctly predicted Washington and Syracuse matching up in the Final Four.
Among that small sample, the Huskies are favored, picked to advance to the final in 56 percent of those matchups.
President Obama's bracket
The President's bracket correctly picked UConn to advance to the Final Four. He has the Huskies winning it all.
However, he did not pick Baylor or Oregon State to reach the Elite Eight, and received no points for that matchup.
His bracket is currently ranked in the 62nd percentile.