Eight or nine teams could win this year, and the bubble isn't as strong as usual. All of which makes the 2021 bracket challenging to build.
- 11/2813L 93-91
- 11/30W 128-66
- 12/45L 116-75
- 12/13W 76-67
- 12/169W 86-82
- 12/19W 72-54
- 12/22W 90-81
- 12/294L 75-52
- 1/4W 94-82
- 1/13W 101-84
- 1/16W 78-54
- 1/21W 80-66
- 1/313L 100-67
- 2/7W 87-82
- 2/10W 81-73
- 2/15W 82-76
- 2/17W 83-75
- 2/20L 83-72
- 2/24L 85-71
- 2/27W 75-49
- 3/1L 86-81
- 3/6L 78-72
- 3/19L 74-72
- 3/20L 100-91
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The Summit League might have the biggest impact on the bubble, which will shrink rapidly if chalk doesn't hold in remaining conference tourneys.
- DePaul replaces UConn in Jimmy V vs. Louisville
- South Carolina remains No. 1; top 10 unchanged
- DePaul taps UK deputy athletic director Peevy
- Latest reveal has 5 Pac-12 teams in top 16 seeds
How does South Carolina's stumble impact Bracketology and the rankings? We preview the weekend's biggest games, including Louisville-DePaul.
No. 20 DePaul has replaced No. 3 UConn in the Women's Jimmy V Classic field and will face No. 5 Louisville on Friday at the Mohegan Sun.
South Carolina remained at No. 1 in the AP Top 25 women's basketball poll as the top 10 stayed the same as in the preseason poll.
The at-large pool has grown to 33 with the Ivy League opting out. And if the NCAA tourney is held at one site, geographical placement is eliminated.
Does UConn's return to the Big East work for or against the rest of the league? Plus, DePaul and Villanova could have player of the year candidates.
DePaul has hired DeWayne Peevy as its athletic director to replace the retiring Jean Lenti Ponsetto.
Which programs benefited most as players moved destinations this offseason? North Carolina, Arkansas, Baylor and Kentucky were among the big winners.
From Baylor's Kim Mulkey and UConn's Geno Auriemma to South Carolina's Dawn Staley and Stanford's Tara VanDerveer, who will follow in their footsteps?
While we still reluctantly say goodbye to 2019-20 and wonder what might have been, we also can't wait to look ahead at what's to come next season.
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
Lexi Held scored a career-high 31 points on 10-of-14 shooting and No. 15 DePaul beat Marquette in the Big East tournament championship game for the third straight season, 88-74 on Monday night for the Blue Demons' fifth trip to the NCAA Tournament.
Lexi Held scored 22 points, including a clutch corner 3, four players scored in double figures and No. 18 DePaul survived a tense final few minutes to defeat Seton Hall 83-80 in the Big East Conference semifinals on Sunday.
Chante Stonewall and Deja Church each scored 16 points to lead four players into double-figure scoring and No. 18 and top-seeded DePaul clobbered Providence 97-59 in the Big East Conference tournament quarterfinals on Saturday.
The Pac-12 once again placed five seeds in the top 16, as revealed by the NCAA women's basketball selection committee on Monday.
Lauren Van Kleunen scored 22 points and Selena Lott scored 20 and Marquette beat No. 16-ranked DePaul 90-83 on Sunday.
From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jill Townsend in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
Three No. 3 seeds lost. UCLA no longer has a shot at a No. 1. A Sunday full of unexpected outcomes caused quite a bit of movement in the bracket.
Cameron Onken had the second triple-double in Villanova history, freshman star Madison Siegrist had a big double-double and the Wildcats pulled away in the second half to upset No. 12 DePaul 76-58 on Sunday.
Sonya Morris scored 22 points, Chante Stonewall had 20 and No. 12 DePaul beat Georgetown 87-69 on Friday night with the Blue Demons wrapping up the outright Big East regular-season title.
Lexi Held scored 26 points and No. 13 DePaul rolled past Xavier 97-65 on Sunday.
Sonya Morris scored 23 points, Kelly Campbell had nine points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists, and No. 13 DePaul beat Butler 89-60 on Friday night to snap the Bulldogs' five-game winning streak.
Chante Stonewall scored a career-high 29 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead No. 14 DePaul to an 86-76 victory over Seton Hall on Sunday.
Kelly Campbell scored all 10 of her points and Sonya Morris eight of her 18 in a 31-point fourth quarter to rally No. 14 DePaul to a 71-65 victory over St. John's on Friday night.