The Big Ten put three teams in the top 10, but UConn, South Carolina and 2021 national champion Stanford remain the teams to beat.
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- 11/30W 85-52
- 12/4W 82-53
- 12/6W 85-43
- 12/1315W 79-59
- 12/19W 73-49
- 12/21W 69-65
- 1/1W 92-69
- 1/311L 73-71
- 1/81L 70-63
- 1/10W 100-41
- 1/1411L 57-41
- 1/22W 58-50
- 1/24W 69-52
- 2/6W 63-57
- 2/810L 79-59
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- 2/21W 72-48
- 2/28L 88-77
- 3/4L 71-64
- 3/2211W 67-47
- 3/243W 57-50
- 3/282L 60-42
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The final automatic bids produced only minor changes to the projected field. West Virginia remains a No. 4 seed after losing to Baylor in the Big 12.
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The NCAA selection committee will reveal its current top-16 teams at halftime of Monday's Stanford-Oregon game (ESPN/ESPN App, 9 p.m. ET).
Championship Week could be used for makeup games to help offset disparate résumés and to better balance the NCAA tournament selection process.
Oregon is the third women's basketball program in the Pac-12 that is currently on pause, joining Cal and Arizona. The Ducks' next two games, against Utah and Colorado, have been postponed.
Maryland coach Brenda Frese says the Big Ten is the deepest she has seen it since the Terps joined the league seven seasons ago.
Stanford, South Carolina, UConn and NC State are No. 1 seeds in our latest Bracketology, but they have plenty of company competing for a top seed.