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    PS: South Carolina Gamecocks' loss to Connecticut leaves the #16 Princeton Tigers as the only undefeated team in NCAA D1 women's basketball right now at 21-0. Strength of schedule is their biggest flaw right flaw and gets much worse because of their unchallenging Ivy League status will prevent them from getting a higher seed. If they go undefeated, that could help them. Certainly not a #1 or #2 one though, more likely a #6 or #7:
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...sket/?page=all
    http://www.buckslocalnews.com/articl...e866850627.txt
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...ournament-seed
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    Thanks to its decisive 25-point win over South Carolina last week in the biggest game in women's NCAA basketball this season, UCONN returns to the #1 spot in the country this week that it knows oh so well. Next up for them: Houston Cougars. Easy. South Carolina falls to #2. The usual suspects round out much of the 10 and little beyond. South Florida Bulls and Georgia drop out of the Top 25. Also of note is the Top 25 debut of Dunk City's basketball sisters from Florida Gulf Coast for the first time at #22:
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...asketball-poll

    Notre Dame beats Duke last night, and they have to be a certain Final Four candidate. The Fighting Irish will be there barring injury with their gritty defense driving them as well as their offense. Oh and the Fighting Irish women's program gets a $5 million coaching endowment from a former ND player and her husband:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400593153
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...ke-blue-devils
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...owed-ex-player

    Bad news for #6 Tennessee and coach Holly Warwick, who are tied with South Carolina for first in the SEC at 12-0: The Lady Vols' leading scorer and rebounder Isabelle Harrison is out for the rest of the season having torn her ACL Sunday against #11 Kentucky. Her college career is over:
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...unteers-season

    #5 Maryland holds off Michigan St. last night. The Terps will be a #2 seed for sure:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400596739

    It's bracketology time in the NCAA women. But it's very easy to name who'll get the #1 seeds in the regions by March: Connecticut (#1 overall again), South Carolina, Notre Dame, and Tennessee.

    Thanks to Utah agreeing to take up hosting the Pac-12 gymnastics championships, Arizona St. gets to host the first two rounds of the 2015 NCAA women's basketball tournament in its region:
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...niversity-utah
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    The girls from Down Under are making their presence well and truly known in the NCAA Division 1 competition. But while these young ladies are making a big difference in America, you can be sure that they still call Australia home. Michael De Lacy takes a look at the action and calls out the best performances for these great Australian ambassadors over the past week.

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    A nice Q&A with South Australian star Nicole Seekamp of South Dakota.

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    Last week?s player of the week was high-scoring senior guard Stacey Barr. This week is no different, with Barr once again earning the spotlight after maintaining her outstanding on court performances.

    Kristy Wallace's Baylor secured their 25th victory in a row and their 18th straight at home after defeating TCU 91-75 in front of big crowd of 9,521 Lady Bear fans. The victory earned Baylor their 6th Big 12 Conference title and 5th in a row.

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    I've delayed several aspects of this until next week with more time at hand to tackle them all. We're into the conference tournament mode now with many getting into it or about to. The Ohio Valley starts theirs in Nashville when #1 Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks face #3 Tennessee St. Tigers battle for the OVC's automatic bid for the NCAA this afternoon. Princeton is very much a lock for the Ivy title remaining undefeated and tying the Ivy League school record--remember, the Ivy League doesn't do conference tournaments.
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    With the injury to Isabelle Harrison, I guess we have to remove Tennessee from the ranks of the #1 seeds for the tournament.

    Teams that have won their conference tourneys into NCAA automatic entry:

    #3 South Carolina Gamecocks (first ever title knocking off #5 Tennessee, should solidify a #1 seed)--SEC:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400766835

    Quinnipiac Bobcats ends Marist Red Foxes' 9-year Metro Atlantic championship run (and 28-straight games of winning in the conference tournament). the Bobcats are the second best women's team in New England in terms of winning percentage. Went 20-0 in the conference, 31-3 overall:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400767019

    #2 Notre Dame--ACC, will get #1 regional tournament seed over #7 Florida St.:
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?id=400766747

    #4 Maryland--Big Ten:
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?id=400766913

    #17 Tennessee-Chattanooga--Southern (3rd consecutive conference tournament title):
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400766500

    #19 Stanford--Pac 12 (defeated California, who will be there too with possibly hosting first and second rounds):
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?id=400766985

    #21 George Washington--Atlantic 10 (finalist Dayton can very well get an at-large bid):
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?id=400766743

    Liberty--16th Big South Conference title in 19 years:
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?id=400766878

    Coaches walking the plank so far: Carrie Davies (nee Thompson) at Austin Peay and the brilliant Bonnie Henrickson at Kansas after each enduring subpar tenures:
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...ls-women-coach
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...son-11-seasons

    Saturday saw a brawl occur in the SWAC women's basketball the Southern Jaguars and the Texas Southern Tigers at Texas Southern's H&PE Arena near Houston with 12:39 to go in the second half that prompted a double forfeit with the teams looking at for a share of the regular season title. Currently under investigation.
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...texas-southern
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UatK9zdc74 (video raw though)
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    Latest news on that Southern-Texas Southern SWAC game bench-clearing brawl: Texas Southern players Toni Cheadle, Dana Jones, Miracle Davis, Diamonisha Sophus, Morgan Simmons, Ashley Ferguson and Alexus Johnson were all given one game suspensions by the conference. Kiana Vines received a two-game suspension. Southern's Shaquandria Litmon, Jadea Brundidge, Jasmine Jefferson, Kendra Coleman, Corteni Purnell and Yasmine Nelson were all awarded a one-game penalty. Keonia Parrish was given two games and was later kicked off the Jaguars team on Monday. The Jaguars also suspended Kenidi Robinson for the remainder of the season. Since the game didn't last 30 minutes, officials gave it the double forfeit with no official records kept, never mind South was granted the victory since it was leading. The Texas Southern Lady Tigers, the top seed in the SWAC women's tournament, withdrew from it that begins tomorrow, not for punishment but from the inability of fielding a proper, competitive team resulting from those amount of suspensions. Southern only has 6 players left after this; I'll be surprised if the Jaguars end up playing there. With that, the Alabama A&M-Mississippi Valley St. winner advances.

    Comes with better quality video of the fight when it all began taken from The Advocate newspaper in Louisiana:
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...southern-fight

    #1 UCONN goes undefeated and wins second straight American Athletic last night over South Florida, who never beaten them, in a squeaker by UCONN's standards. Duh:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400767060

    #13 Princeton goes 30-0 to end the regular season, a first for Ivy League women's basketball and since the 1970-71 Penn men (28-0):
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400602909

    #5 Baylor wins its 5th consecutive Big 12 title upending Texas:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400767033

    BYU will go dancing with the WCC tournament win ending an experience of upsets that saw top seed Gonzaga fall and also San Diego. The Cougars beat the Jennifer Azzi-coached San Francisco Dons:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400768023
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    The latest update on the Aussie women in NCAA hoops, including conference tournaments and award winners.

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    Because of that infamous bench-clearing Southern-Texas Southern SWAC brawl, now a double loss for both teams, the SWAC had to reseed its teams for the upcoming tournament with Texas Southern forcing to withdraw for not having enough players to play with due to serving suspensions that Southern getting the #1 seed and will face #8 Mississippi Valley St. Southern Jaguars players Cortnei Purnell and Kendra Coleman had their penalties rescinded Tuesday "in light of additional video review by the Conference office." 3rd seed Alabama St. will face #6 Grambling with #4 Prairie View A&M taking on #5 Alcorn St.
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...ern-withdrawal

    The South Dakota St. Jackrabbits men's team won't go dancing in the NCAA. But the women will, at the expense of the South Dakota Coyotes in the Summit League final, and particularly for you Aussie NCAA women's basketball followers here, of seeing Nicole Seekamp there. The Jackrabbits women have been a longstanding power for years in that conference and defended the 3-point line well:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400768020

    Like to see #20 Florida Gulf Coast conduct their own female version of Dunk City during the NCAAs. That'll be fun!:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400766608

    High-scoring DePaul shuts down Seton Hall for the Big East title 78-68:
    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400768038

    I'd be remissed if I didn't bring forth results from the 2015 NCAA D3 Women's Tournament. soon, I'll finish and catch up on the past years of this:

    Friday, Mar 6 Women's Basketball

    Williams Ephs (20-7) 55 Stevenson Mustangs (24-3) 67
    Montclair, NJ - Panzer Athletic Center

    John Carroll Blue Steaks (22-5) 56 Maryville Scots (Tenn.) (26-3) 66
    Neal Fieldhouse; Greencastle, Indiana

    Eastern Eagles (22-6, 13-1 MAC) 51 Amherst Lord Jeffs (24-3, 8-2 NESCAC) 68
    Coles Sports Center/Manhattan, NY

    Baruch Bearcats (25-4) 70 Stevens Ducks (22-5) 59
    John Long Center, Scranton, Pa.

    UW-Oshkosh Titans (23-6) 87 North Central Cardinals (IL) (22-6) 82
    Grand Rapids, MI (Van Noord Arena)

    Skidmore Thoroughbreds (17-11) 60 St. John Fisher Cardinal (22-6) 62
    Medford, MA

    University of New England Nor'esters (24-5) 54 Catholic Cardinals (19-9) 50
    Madison, N.J. (Ferguson Rec. Center)

    McDaniel Green Terror (24-4) 49 Richard Stockton Ospreys (22-6) 68
    Salisbury, Md. - Maggs PAC

    Mount St. Vincent Dolphins (22-6) 72 Ithaca Bombers (23-5) 82
    Brunswick, Maine

    La Roche Red Hawks (22-5) 76 Eastern Mennonite Royals (22-4) 77
    Crestview Hills, Ky. - Connor Center

    Muhlenberg Mules (20-7) 60 Cabrini Cavaliers (24-3) 57
    Geneseo, N.Y.

    Regis (MA) Pride (22-6) 45 Montclair St. Red Hawks (27-1) 78
    Montclair, NJ - Panzer Athletic Center

    Bethel Royal (21-7) 63 Hope Flying Dutch (24-4) 75
    Wheaton, Ill. - NCAA III WBB Tournament

    Wittenberg Tigers (24-6) 80 Transylvania Pioneers (25-3) 73
    St. Louis, Mo. (WU Field House)

    Luther Norse (23-5) 72 St. Norbert Green Knights (22-4) 61
    Schoenecker Arena - St. Paul, Minn.

    Babson Beavers (20-9) 57 Bowdoin Polar Bears (24-4) 70
    Brunswick, Maine

    Eastern Connecticut St. Warriors (21- 50 Scranton Royals (24-4) 48
    John J. Long Center, Scranton, Pa.

    Bridgewater St. Bears (16-11) 63 Salisbury Sea Gulls (26-2) 66
    Salisbury, Md.

    Greensboro Pride (24-4) 61 Thomas More Saints (27-0) 83
    Crestview Hills, Ky. - Connor Center

    Pine Manor Gators (13-10) 46 Tufts Jumbos (27-1) 87
    Medford, MA

    Hanover Panthers (19-9) 57 DePauw Tigers (25-2) 83
    Neal Fieldhouse; Greencastle, Indiana

    Johnson and Wales Wildcats (19-10) 40 FDU-Florham Devils (27-1) 84
    Madison, NJ - Ferguson Rec Center

    Virginia Wesleyan Marlins (19-10, 10-6 ODAC) 50 New York University Violets (22-4, 10-4 UAA) 51
    Coles Sports Center/Manhattan, NY

    Castleton St. Spartans (23-5) 40 Geneseo St. Knights (24-4) 84
    Geneseo, N.Y.

    Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jackets (22-7) 66 Calvin Knights (28-0) 80
    Grand Rapids, MI (Van Noord Arena)

    Wisconsin Lutheran Warriors (25-4) 70 Wheaton (IL) Thunder (24-4) 67
    Wheaton, Ill. - King Arena

    Spalding Golden Eagles (22-5) 64 Washington U. Bears (24-2) 75
    St. Louis, Mo. (WU Field House)

    Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags (24-4) 56 Puget Sound Loggers (24-4) 61
    Wheeler Sports Center

    Minnesota-Morris Cougars (16-12) 31 St. Thomas Tommies (28-0) 70
    UST/St.Paul

    Penn State-Abington Nittany Lions (22-6) 25 George Fox Bruins (28-0) 83
    Wheeler Sports Center

    And here's the start for the 2015 D2 NCAA Women's tournament schedule that starts tomorrow with 32 games:

    Friday, March 13, 2015

    6 Gannon Golden Knights 21-7 VS. 3 Bloomsburg Huskies 24-4
    6 Franklin Pierce Ravens 18-10 VS. 3 District of Columbia Firebirds 25-4
    6 Newberry Wolves 21-10 VS. 3 Anderson Trojans (S.C.) 25-4
    6 Wayne St. Warriors (MI) 22-5 VS. 3 Drury Panthers 26-3
    6 Rollins Tars 21-6 VS. 3 Eckerd Tritons 23-7
    6 Northern St. Wolves 26-6 VS. 3 Pittsburg St. Gorillas 26-6
    6 Colorado Christian Cougars 18-13 VS. 3 Midwestern St. Mustangs 23-6
    7 Shepherd 21-9 vs 2 Indiana (PA) Crimson Hawks 26-4
    7 Philadelphia Rams 22-8 VS. 2 New Haven Chargers 23-5
    7 Carson-Newman Eagles 19-10 VS. 2 Columbus St. Cougars 30-1
    7 Wis.-Parkside Rangers 22-7 VS. 2 Lewis Flyers 28-2
    7 Kentucky St. Thoroughbreds 22-5 VS. 2 Nova Southeastern Sharks 24-5
    7 Arkansas Tech Suns 23-5 VS. 2 Emporia St. Hornets 24-4
    7 Colorado St.-Pueblo Thunderwolves 18-11 VS. 2 UC-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions 24-6
    6 Seattle Pacific Falcons 21-6 VS. 3 Humboldt St. Lumberjills 23-5
    5 West Liberty Hilltoppers 23-8 VS. 4 West Chester Golden Rams 24-5
    8 Holy Family Tigers 20-10 VS. 1 Adelphi Panthers 28-3
    8 Catawba Indians 18-11 VS. 1 Limestone Saints 30-1
    8 Cedarville Yellow Jackets 27-3 VS. 1 Michigan Tech Huskies 27-2
    8 Albany St. Golden Rams 19-9 VS. 1 Union (TN) Bulldogs 26-3
    8 MSU-Mankato Mavericks 21-9 VS. 1 Fort Hays St. Tigers 28-2
    8 Cameron Aggies 15-11 VS. 1 West Texas A&M Buffaloes 27-2
    7 Cal Poly Pomona Broncos 19-8 VS. 2 CSU-Dominguez Hills Toros 26-6
    8 Virginia St. Trojans 19-9 VS. 1 California (PA) Vulcans 26-4
    5 Queens (NY) Knights 22-7 VS. 4 Stonehill Skyhawks 22-4
    5 Wingate Bulldogs 21-9 VS. 4 Lander Bearcats 23-6
    5 Ashland Eagles 23-8 VS. 4 Southern Indiana Eagles 25-6
    5 Benedict Tigers VS. 23-6 4 West Florida Argonauts 19-8
    5 Harding Bisons 22-6 VS. 4 Wayne St. (NE) Wildcats 27-5
    5 Ark.-Fort Smith Lions 20-8 VS. 4 Colorado Mesa Mavericks 23-5
    5 Cal Baptist Lancers 24-6 VS. 4 Hawaii Pacific Sharks 25-4
    8 Point Loma Sea Lions 19-11 VS. 1 Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves 29-1
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    Freshman Alicia Froling has been going at full steam all season and has turned plenty of heads in the American Athletic Conference (AAC) with her impressive play for Southern Methodist.

    Check out this great Q&A with Alicia Froling + link to her radio interview on Melbourne's SEN radio from the past week.

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    Women's 2015 bracket's now up. UCONN, South Carolina, Maryland, and Notre Dame all got #1 bids with the Huskies getting the overall #1 to no shock for everyone. Not stunned at all that Tennessee didn't get one due to Isabelle Harrison's ACL injury. Can ND slay the Huskies? (I think not again):
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...p-overall-seed

    Also, a new era will begin for the Georgia Lady Dawgs as the great legendary Andy Landers announces his retirement as head coach after 35 years and 949 wins, a longevity that's so increasingly rare these days in sports that he built a program from the ground up that saw its peak during the 1980s and 1990s (think Saudia Roundtree and the Miller Twins). Georgia didn't make the field of 64 this year. Shame he couldn't get the school a national championship:
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...p-overall-seed

    When the fields are completed women's D1 play from the NCAA to the WNIT to the WBI, I'll pass the scheduling and results to you. Will follow on the D2 and D3. Been some shockers there...
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    The Road to the Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay officially begins since 2008 with the 2015 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament draw last night. . Question becomes upon the draw is: can anybody out there in the field of 64 defeat #1 Connecticut (and #1 seed overall at the Albany Region and will get easiest path) before it successfully again defends its crown for the third straight time? From the looks of things out on the landscape, not too many if at all. It could be Notre Dame, who didn't have in their previous game with UCONN, a loss, due to injury come the national championship. But Stanford, in the same Oklahoma City regional bracket as #1 seed Notre Dame, could upset the Fighting Irish before touching Connecticut again since their win at Maples Pavilion. Beyond that, I can't see this as anything but Connecticut Huskies versus The Field. Unlike the men with Kentucky right now coming into their own tourney, it feels far safer to side with the Huskies. They have been dominant with average margin of victory at around 45 points. Also a safe thing to bear in mind in the: lower seeds--that is from 13-16--have won only one since the field expanded to 64 (#16 Harvard beating #1 Stanford in 1998, the last time the Ivy League enjoyed an NCAA women's tournament victory). Should be easy to make picks on your brackets if you know your women's NCAA ball.

    Can't really complain about the draw overall with it. Not perfect of course with everyone being happy. One complaint could be for why 30-0 #13 Princeton didn't grab a higher seed than #8 in their historic season? The Tigers will face an always-tough mid-major power Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix team to start with in the Spokane Region as a reward; it's they selection committee is saying to them like with Wichita St.'s men's team last year to "Prove it". Getting those two teams together should be a very good early-round game. Still, I think they too are screwed here and both teams will be undoubtably motivated. This is because, as the selection committee says, both the Ivy League rivals and their other opponents all total to a less than desirable RPI in their schedule for a higher seed. Not the Tigers' fault. Also Princeton has no rep to fall back on. The players know they aren't getting the full-fledged national respect they'd like, so the Princeton players play with a chip on their shoulders. Nonetheless, I like to see them succeed to the Sweet 16 at least. Be a great story if they actually make it to the Final Four:
    http://espn.go.com/womens-college-ba...rs-30-0-record


    March 20 (all times US/Canada CST)
    #5 Texas Longhorns vs. #12 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 4:00pm-@ Storrs
    #4 California Golden Bears vs. #13 Wichita St. Shockers 6:30pm-@ Berkeley, CA
    #7 Dayton Flyers vs. #10 Iowa St. Cyclones 11:00am-@ Tampa
    #2 Kentucky vs. #15 Tennessee St. Tigers 1:30pm-@ Lexington
    #5 Mississippi St. Bulldogs vs. #12 Tulane Green Wave 1:30pm-@ College Park, MD
    #4 Duke Blue Devils vs. #13 Albany Great Danes 11:00am-@ Durham
    #6 George Washington Colonials vs. #11 Gonzaga Bulldogs 6:30pm-@ Durham
    #3 Oregon St. Beavers vs. #14 South Dakota St. Jackrabbits 4:00pm-@ Corvallis, Or
    #1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. #16 Montana Grizzlies 6:30pm-@ South Bend, IN
    #8 Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. #9 DePaul Blue Demons 4:00pm-@ South Bend, IN
    #6 Washington Huskies vs. #11 Miami (FL) Hurricanes 11:00pm-@ Palo Alto, CA
    #3 Iowa Hawkeyes vs. #14 American Eagles 1:30pm-@ Iowa City, IA
    #7 Northwestern Wildcats vs. #10 Arkansas Razorbacks 11:00pm-@ Iowa City, IA
    #2 Baylor Bears vs. #15 Northwestern St. Demons 1:30pm-@ Waco, TX
    #1 South Carolina Gamecocks vs. #16 Savannah St. Tigers 4:00pm-@ Columbia, SC
    #8 Syracuse Orangewomen vs. #9 Nebraska Cornhuskers 6:30pm-@ Columbia, SC

    March 21
    #1 Connecticut Huskies vs. #16 St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers 8:00pm-@ Storrs
    #8 Rutgers Scarlet Knights vs.#9 Seton Hall Pirates 5:30pm-@ Storrs
    #6 South Florida Bulls vs.#11 LSU Tigers 5:30pm-@ Berkeley, CA
    #3 Louisville Cardinals vs. #14 BYU Cougars 3:00pm-@ Tampa
    #1 Maryland Terrapins vs. #16 New Mexico St. Aggies 12:30pm-@ College Park, MD
    #8 Princeton Tigers vs. #9 Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix 10:00am-@ College Park, MD
    #7 Tennessee-Chattanooga Moccasins vs. #10 Pittsburgh Panthers 10:00am-@ Corvallis, OR
    #2 Tennessee Volunteers vs. #15 Boise St. Broncos 12:30pm-@ Knoxville
    #5 Oklahoma Sooners vs. #12 Quinnipiac Bobcats 3:00pm-@ South Bend, IN
    #4 Stanford Cardinal vs. #13 Cal State-Northridge Matadors 5:30pm-@ Palo Alto, CA
    #5 Ohio St. Buckeyes vs. #12 James Madison Dukes 12:30pm-@ Columbia, SC
    #4 North Carolina Tar Heels vs. #13 Liberty Flames 10:00am-@ Chapel Hill, NC
    #6 Texas A&M Aggies vs. #11 Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans 3:00pm-@ Chapel Hill, NC
    #3 Arizona St. Sun Devils vs. #14 Ohio Bobcats 5:30pm-@ Tempe, AZ
    #7 Florida Gulf Coast Eagles vs. #10 Oklahoma St. Cowgirls 11:00am-@ Tempe, AZ
    #2 Florida St. Seminoles vs. #15 Alabama St. Hornets 1:30pm-@ Tallahassee

    2015 WNIT

    First Round (all times US/Canada CST)

    Wednesday, March 18
    Cleveland St. Vikings at Michigan Wolverines, 6 pm
    Radford Highlanders at East Carolina Pirates, 6 pm
    UT-Martin Skyhawks at Ole Miss Rebels, 7 pm
    Western Michigan Broncos at Arkansas St. Red Wolves, 7 pm
    Eastern Washington Eagles at Washington St. Cougars, 9 pm

    Thursday, March 19
    Virginia Cavaliers at Old Dominion Monarchs, 6 pm
    Army Black Knights at St. John’s Red Storm, 6 p.m.
    Central Connecticut St. Blue Devils at Fordham Rams, 6 pm
    Hampton Pirates at Drexel Dragons, 6 pm
    Buffalo Bulls at West Virginia Mountaineers, 6 pm
    NC St. Wolfpack at ETSU Buccaneers, 6 pm
    Hofstra Pride at Penn Quakers, 6 pm
    Temple Owls at Marist Red Foxes, 6 pm
    Duquesne Dukes at Youngtown St. Penguins, 6:05 pm
    Elon Phoenix at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 6:05 pm
    Ball St. Cardinals at Middle Tennessee St. Blue Raiders, 6 pm
    Creighton Bluejays at South Dakota Coyotes, 7 p.m.
    Akron Zips at Kansas St. Wildcats, 7 p.m.
    Missouri Tigers at Northern Iowa Panthers, 7 p.m.
    Texas Southern Tigers at Southern Miss Golden Eagles, 7 p.m.
    Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks at TCU Horned Frogs, 7 p.m.
    Northern Colorado Golden Bears at Colorado St. Rams, 8 pm
    Long Beach State 49ERS at San Diego Toreros, 9 pm
    CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners at UCLA Bruins, 9 pm
    Sacramento St. Hornets at Pacific Tigers, 9 pm
    San Francisco Dons at Fresno St. Bulldogs, 9 pm

    Friday, March 20
    Wright St. Raiders at Toledo Rockets, 6 pm
    Maine Black Bears at Villanova Wildcats, 6 pm
    Richmond Spiders at Stetson Hatters, 6 pm
    Tulsa Golden Hurricanes at Southwest Missouri St. Bears, 7 pm
    Eastern Michigan Eagles at Drake Bulldogs, 7:05 pm
    Hawaii Rainbow Wahines at St. Mary’s Gaels, 9 pm

    Round 2 – March 21-24
    Round 3 – March 25-27
    Round 4 – March 28-30
    Semifinals – April 1-2
    Championship – Saturday, April 4, 3 p.m. ET--CBS Sports Network

    2015 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL

    First Round

    Wednesday, March 18th

    North Dakota at New Mexico Lobos, 7pm MST
    Oral Roberts Golden Eagles at SW Texas St. Bobcats, 7 pm CST

    Thursday, March 19th

    Marshall Thundering Herd at Northern Kentucky Norse, 7 pm EST
    Troy St. Trojans at Mercer Bears, 7 pm EST
    William & Mary Tribe at Xavier Muskateers, 7 pm EST
    Stony Brook Seawolves at Siena Saints, 7 pm EST
    Texas-Pan American Broncs at SW Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns, 7 pm CST
    Furman Paladins at McNeese St. Cowgirls, 7 pm CST
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    The Baylor Lady Bears are now Big 12 Champions after they defeated Texas and now move onto the NCAA Tournament, Nicole Seekamp was impressive in the Summit League Tournament after she was named the Tournament MVP for the second year in a row.

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    List of Kiwis in the NCAA women's postseason:

    Alemann, Kate--Mercer Bears
    Beck, Stella--St.Mary's, CA Gaels
    Boagni, Tessa--Cal St.-Northridge Matadors
    Craig, Megan--Albany Great Danes
    Davidson, Penina--California Golden Bears
    Jones, Breana--Hawaii Rainbow Wahines

    Following are the broadcast details here in the US (and likely Canada) regarding ESPN and Westwood One Radio from Wikipedia:

    Television

    ESPN has US television rights to all games during the tournament. For the first and second round, ESPN will air select games nationally on ESPN, ESPNU, or ESPNews. All other games will air regionally on ESPN, ESPN2, or ESPN3 and be streamed online via WatchESPN. Most of the nation will get whip-a-round coverage during this time, which allows ESPN to rotate between the games and focus the nation on the one that has the closest score. The regional semifinals will be split between ESPN and ESPN2, and ESPN will air the regional finals, national semifinals, and championship match. Coverage begins with the selection show on Monday, March 12, 2015.

    Studio host & analysts

    Kevin Negandhi (Host)
    Kara Lawson (Analyst)
    Rebecca Lobo (Analyst)

    Broadcast Assignments

    First & Second Rounds Friday/Sunday

    Tiffany Greene & LaChina Robinson – Durham, NC
    Brenda VanLengen & Carol Ross – Lexington, KY
    Clay Matvick & Katie Smith – Iowa City, IA
    Fran Harris & Nell Fortner – Waco, TX
    Beth Mowins & Stephanie White – Notre Dame, IN
    Pam Ward & Carolyn Peck – Columbia, SC
    Cara Capuano & Steffi Sorensen – Corvallis, OR
    Melissa Lee & Mary Murphy – Berkeley, CA

    Sweet Sixteen & Elite Eight Friday/Sunday

    Beth Mowins, Stephanie White, & Maria Taylor – Greensboro, NC
    Pam Ward, Carolyn Peck, & LaChina Robinson – Oklahoma City, OK

    First & Second Rounds Saturday/Monday

    Paul Sunderland & Gail Goestenkors – Knoxville, TN
    Dave O'Brien & Doris Burke – College Park, MD
    Marc Kestecher & Christy Winters-Scott – Chapel Hill, NC
    Mark Jones & Sue Bird – Tallahassee, FL
    Bob Picozzi & Brooke Weisbrod – Tampa, FL
    Dave Pasch & Debbie Antonelli – Tempe, AZ
    Dave Flemming & Sean Farnham – Stanford, CA
    Bob Wischusen & LaPhonso Ellis – Storrs, CT

    Sweet Sixteen & Elite Eight Saturday/Monday

    Dave O'Brien, Doris Burke, & Holly Rowe – Albany, NY
    Dave Pasch, Debbie Antonelli, & Allison Williams – Spokane, WA

    Final Four/Championship

    Dave O'Brien, Doris Burke, & Holly Rowe – Tampa, FL

    Radio

    Westwood One has exclusive radio rights to the entire tournament.[10] Teams participating in the Regional Finals, Final Four, and Championship are allowed to have their own local broadcasts, but they aren't allowed to stream those broadcasts online.

    Regional Finals Sunday

    Amy Lawrence & Ann Meyers Drysdale – Oklahoma City, OK
    Craig Way & Brenda VanLengen – Greensboro, NC

    Regional Finals Monday

    John Sadak & Swin Cash – Albany, NY
    Dick Fain & Krista Blunk – Spokane, WA

    Final Four/Championship

    John Sadak, Debbie Antonelli, & Krista Blunk – Tampa, FL

    Division III will have the national semis set tonight at Sioux Falls, SD with the George Fox Bruins take on the Montclair St. Hawks and the Tufts Jumbos versus the Thomas More Saints for a chance at the title tomorrow. More will come on Monday.
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    After the first week of the NCAA Tournament, there are now just 2 Aussie girls who have made it through to the Sweet 16.

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    Oyes, here's the list of your Canadian cousins ballin in the NCAA women's postseason tournaments in D1. No more Natalie Achonwa here having graduated from Notre Dame even with her ACL ending her college basketball career. There may be more than this, which I'll put in later next week. If there's some in D2 and D3, I'll take care of that too:

    Kia Nurse--Connecticut Huskies
    Adut Bulgak--Florida St. Seminoles
    Ruth Hamblin--Oregon St. Beavers
    Jaime Weisner--Oregon St. Beavers
    Dakota White--Wisconsin Badgers
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    Kristy Wallace of Baylor has made it through to the Elite 8, while Georgia Stirton of Gonzaga bowed out in an OT thriller.

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    Kristy Wallace and Baylor fell just short of the Final Four.

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    CHALK is a very beautiful thing this Easter/Passover weekend in Tampa...

    We're getting a rematch of last year's national championship game. Same teams now convening in Tampa. Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw says her team is "so much tougher now" than they were when they last played against Connecticut in a December loss. Geno Auriemma is one game away from tying John Wooden with the most titles in NCAA D1 as coaches. UCONN seems to have all the advantages and weapons against Notre Dame, who seems to know them better than any other 350 team in D1. Otherwise, ND would be great during this era if it weren't for the Huskies. Of course, UCONN will win tomorrow night.

    We'll come back tomorrow with all the results and news about the women's tournaments.
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    Will delay it until a little later this week. In the meantime, like I said exactly last year can we just hand the NCAA title to Connecticut already as the doors to the Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay are open for tonight's game already? The Huskies may have opening jitters to start with tonight but will definitely get things going; they just got too many weapons and answers against Notre Dame.
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    Apologies for being delayed for a month. But the results are finally here on these boards. surely, many of you who follow women's NCAA basketball already know about them via the Internet wherever you search.

    2015 NCAA WOMEN'S D1 TOURNAMENT
    First Round

    Friday, March 20 2015
    #4 Duke Blue Devils 54 #13 Albany Great Danes 52 (Durham, NC--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785732
    #10 Arkansas 57 #7 Northwestern 55 (Waco, Texas--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785735
    #7 Dayton 78 #10 Iowa St. 66 (Lexington, Kentucky--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785717
    #11 Miami (FL) 86 #6 Washington 80 (Iowa City, Iowa--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785722
    #2 Kentucky 97 #15 Tennessee St. 52 (Lexington, Kentucky--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785719
    #2 Baylor 77 #15 Northwestern St. 36 (Waco, Texas--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785724
    #5 Mississippi St. 57 #12 Tulane 47 (Durham, North Carolina--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785739
    #3 Iowa 75 #14 American 67 (Iowa City--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785723
    #1 South Carolina 81 #16 Savannah St. 48 (Columbia, South Carolina--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785725
    #3 Oregon St. 74 #14 South Dakota St. 62 (Corvallis, Oregon--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785740
    #5 Texas 66 #12 Western Kentucky 64 (Berkeley, California--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785691
    #9 DePaul 79 #8 Minnesota 72 (South Bend, Indiana--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785720
    #8 Syracuse 72 #9 Nebraska 69 (Columbia, South Carolina--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785736
    #1 Notre Dame 77 #16 Montana 43 (South Bend, Indiana--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785693
    #11 Gonzaga 82 #6 George Washington 69 (Corvallis, Oregon--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785733
    #4 California 78 #13 Wichita St. 66 (Berkeley, California--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785716

    Saturday, March 21 2015
    #8 Princeton 80 #9 Wisconsin-Green Bay 70 (College Park, Maryland--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785731
    #4 North Carolina 71 #13 Liberty 65 (Chapel Hill, North Carolina--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785727
    #10 Pittsburgh 51 #7 Tennessee-Chattanooga 40 (Knoxville--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785754
    #7 Florida Gulf Coast 75 #10 Oklahoma St. 67 (Tallahassee--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785729
    #2 Tennessee 72 #15 Boise St. 61 (Knoxville--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785755
    #1 Maryland 75 #16 New Mexico St. 57 (College Park, Maryland--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785730
    #2 Florida St. 91 #15 Alabama St. 49 (Tallahassee--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785738
    #5 Ohio St. 90 #12 James Madison 80 (Chapel Hill, North Carolina--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785726
    #3 Louisville 86 #14 BYU 53 (Tampa--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785692
    #11 Arkansas-Little Rock 69 #6 Texas A&M 60 (Tempe, Arizona--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785737
    #5 Oklahoma 111 #12 Quinnipiac 84 (Stanford, California--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785721
    #3 Arizona St. 74 #14 Ohio 55 (Tempe, Arizona--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785728
    #8 Rutgers 79 #9 Seton Hall 66 (Storrs, Connecticut--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785715
    #4 Stanford 73 #13 Cal St.-Northridge 60 (Stanford, California--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785734
    #6 South Florida 73 #11 LSU 64 (Tampa--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785718
    #1 Connecticut 89 #16 St. Francis-Brooklyn 33 (Storrs, Connecticut--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400785714

    Second Round
    Sunday March 22, 2015
    #4 Duke 64 #5 Mississippi St. 56 (Durham, North Carolina--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786303
    #3 Iowa 88 #11Miami (FL) 70 (Iowa City, Iowa--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786301
    #2 Baylor 73 #10 Arkansas 44 (Waco, Texas--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786280
    #7 Dayton 99 #2 Kentucky 94 (Lexington, Kentucky--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786302
    #1 South Carolina 97 #8 Syracuse 68 (Columbia, South Carolina--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786315
    #11 Gonzaga 76 #3 Oregon St. 64 (Corvallis, Oregon--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786319
    #1 Notre Dame 79 #9 DePaul 67 (South Bend, Indiana--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786313
    #5 Texas 73 #4 California 70 (Berkeley, California--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786318

    Monday March 23, 2015
    #2 Florida St. 65 #7 Florida Gulf Coast 47 (Tallahassee--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786367
    #1 Maryland 85 #8 Princeton 70 (College Park, Maryland--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786366
    #2 Tennessee 77 #10 Pittsburgh 67 (Knoxville--Spokane Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786365
    #4 Stanford 86 #5 Oklahoma 76 (Stanford, California--Oklahoma City Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786371
    #4 North Carolina 86 #5 Ohio St. 84 (Chapel Hill, North Carolina--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786368
    #1 Connecticut 91 #8 Rutgers 55 (Storrs, Connecticut--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786375
    #3 Louisville 60 #6 South Florida 52 (Tampa--Albany Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786373
    #3 Arizona St. 57 #11 Arkansas-Little Rock 54 (Tempe, Arizona--Greensboro Region)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786372

    *First and second round games airing on ESPN3 will also be televised regionally on ESPN2.

    Sweet 16
    Friday March 27, 2015
    #1 South Carolina 67 #4 North Carolina 65 (Greensboro)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786648
    #2 Baylor 81 #3Iowa 66 (Oklahoma City)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786474
    #1 Notre Dame 81 #4 Stanford 60 (Oklahoma City)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786652
    #2 Florida St. 66 #3 Arizona St. 65 (Greensboro)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786693

    Saturday March 28, 2015
    #1 Connecticut 105 #5 Texas 54 (Albany)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786686
    #7 Dayton 82 #3 Louisville 66 (Albany)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786692
    #1 Maryland 65 #4 Duke 55 (Spokane)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786647
    #2 Tennessee 73 #11 Gonzaga 69 OT (Spokane)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400786651

    REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
    Sunday March 29, 2015
    #1 South Carolina 80 #2 Florida St. 74 (Greensboro)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400787679
    #1 Notre Dame 77 #2 Baylor 68 (Oklahoma City)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400787683

    Monday March 30, 2015
    #1 Connecticut 91 #7 Dayton 70 (Albany)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400787782
    #1 Maryland 58 #2 Tennessee 48 (Spokane)
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400787765

    2015 NCAA WOMEN'S FINAL FOUR (all games henceforth at the Amalie Arena, Tampa Bay)
    Sunday April 5, 2015
    #1 Notre Dame 66 #1 South Carolina 65
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400787891
    #1 Connecticut 81 #1 Maryland 58
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400788020

    2015 NCAA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
    Tuesday April 7, 2015
    #1 Connecticut 63 #1 Notre Dame 53
    http://espn.go.com/ncw/recap?gameId=400789026

    CONNECTICUT HUSKIES--2014-15 NCAA WOMEN'S D1 CHAMPIONS
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    2015 WNIT
    Round One

    Wednesday, March 18
    Michigan 72, Cleveland St. 50
    East Carolina 74, Radford 52
    Ole Miss 80, Tennessee-Martin 70
    Arkansas St. 61, Western Michigan 49
    Eastern Washington 67, Washington St. 65
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-l...games-march-18
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    Thursday, March 19
    Old Dominion 69, Virginia 62
    St. John?s 64, Army 56
    Fordham 70, Central Connecticut St. 67
    Penn 65, Hofstra 58
    Temple 67, Marist 54
    NC St. 73, East Tennessee St. 58
    West Virginia 84, Buffalo 61
    Hampton 45, Drexel 42
    Duquesne 72, Youngstown St. 54
    Georgia Tech 69, Elon 47
    Middle Tennessee St. 69, Ball St. 58
    Southern Miss 79, Texas Southern 69
    TCU 85, Stephen F. Austin 80
    Kansas St. 86, Akron 68
    Missouri 69, Northern Iowa 61
    South Dakota 68, Creighton 58
    Northern Colorado 53, Colorado St. 48
    San Diego 63, Long Beach St. 56
    UCLA 70, CSU Bakersfield 54
    Sacramento State 87, Pacific 79
    Fresno St. 79, San Francisco 73
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-g...s-for-march-19
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/game-r...round-march-20

    Friday, March 20
    Toledo 72, Wright St. 64
    Villanova 71, Maine 60
    Richmond 67, Stetson 66
    Tulsa 78, Southwest Missouri St. 72
    Eastern Michigan 80, Drake 70
    Saint Mary?s 92, Hawaii 88 OT
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/previe...games-march-20
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/game-r...round-march-20

    Round Two

    Sunday, March 22
    Temple 61, Penn 56
    St. John's 77, Fordham 63
    Villanova 71, Old Dominion 66
    Southern Miss 77, TCU 73
    Missouri 67, Kansas St. 48
    Middle Tennessee St. 70, Arkansas St. 60
    NC State 69, East Carolina 65
    UCLA 63, San Diego 58
    Eastern Michigan 69, Tulsa 59
    Ole Miss 63, Georgia Tech 48
    Northern Colorado 59, South Dakota 58
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/game-r...-wnit-march-22

    Monday, March 23
    Michigan 74, Toledo 58
    Sacramento St. 84, Eastern Washington 49
    Saint Mary's 83, Fresno St. 64
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-p...s-for-march-23
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/game-r...d-two-march-23

    Tuesday, March 24
    West Virginia 57, Hampton 39
    Duquesne 48, Richmond 47
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/round-2-previews-march-24
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/game-r...d-two-march-24

    Round Three
    Wednesday, March 25
    Southern Miss 76, Eastern Michigan 65
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-preview-for-march-25
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/march-25th-2015

    Thursday, March 26
    Villanova 63, St. John's 55
    Temple 80, NC State 79 OT
    Michigan 65, Missouri 55
    West Virginia 60, Duquesne 39
    Middle Tennessee St. 82, Ole Miss 70
    UCLA 74, Northern Colorado 60
    Saint Mary's 77, Sacramento St. 69
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/previe...games-march-26
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/coachi...iendly-program
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-roundups-march-26

    Quarterfinals
    Sunday, March 29
    West Virginia 75, Villanova 70 OT
    Michigan 69, Southern Miss 60
    Temple 69, Middle Tennessee St. 57
    UCLA 82, Saint Mary's 66
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-q...views-march-29
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-q...ecaps-march-29

    Semifinals
    Wednesday, April 1
    West Virginia 66, Temple 58 OT
    UCLA 69, Michigan 65
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-semifinal-previews
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-s...recaps-april-1

    Championship
    Saturday, April 4
    UCLA 62, West Virginia 60
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/wnit-c...p-game-preview
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/ucla-c...t-championship

    CBS Sports Network televised the 2015 WNIT Championship live which UCLA won over West Virginia:
    http://www.womensnit.com/news/-cbs-s...mpionship-game

    UCLA BRUINS--2015 WNIT CHAMPS

    2015 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL

    First Round
    Wednesday, March 18th
    North Dakota 51 at New Mexico 54
    Oral Roberts 57 at Texas St. 54

    Thursday, March 19th
    Marshall 81 at Northern Kentucky 79
    Troy St. 68 at Mercer 83
    William & Mary 56 at Xavier 57
    Stony Brook 46 at Siena 53
    Texas-Pan American 56 at SW Louisiana 78
    Furman 70 at McNeese St. 86 Box Score

    Second Round
    Saturday, March 21st
    McNeese St. 58 at SW Louisiana 63

    Sunday, March 22nd
    Siena 69 at Xavier 49
    Marshall 71 at Mercer 73

    Monday, March 23rd
    Oral Roberts 63 at New Mexico 61 Box Score

    Semi-Finals
    Wednesday, March 25th
    Mercer 54 at Siena 65

    Thurday, March 26th
    Oral Roberts 64 at SW Louisiana 65

    Championship
    Sunday, March 29
    Siena 50 at SW Louisiana 52
    http://www.womensbasketballinvitatio...I_Championship

    SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA RAGIN' CAJUNS--2015 WBI CHAMPIONS
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    UCONN's All-American Breanna Stewart headlines Team USA women in their 2015 Pan American Games campaign in Toronto. Her teammate Moriah Jefferson joins her on the team that is coached by Iowa's Lisa Bluder
    http://www.usab.com/womens/pan-ameri...es/roster.aspx

    Plus Stewart's nominated for an ESPY in Best Female Athlete.

    Big 12 women's tournament goes to Oklahoma City for multiple years from 2016-2019. Men's stay in KC:
    http://espn.go.com/mens-college-bask...ity-least-2020

    What a mess at Illinois...
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    Stewart's UCONN Canadian teammate Kia Nurse will be there in Toronto repping for Team Canada.
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