Printable bracket for women's NCAA Tournament 2018

Florence Fletcher
March 13, 2018

The slots in the NCAA women's basketball tournament bracket have been filled and CT is the first overall seed. The Albany regional will likely be the most stacked of the bunch, and the fact that either SC or UConn will be out heading into the Final Four is an interesting wrinkle-and allows for better odds that a new team might take home the title this year. If the Irish win, they will host either 8th seeded South Dakota St or 9th seeded Villanova in Sunday's 2nd round.

Florida State and Georgia are the other top seeds in the Huskies part of the bracket. Louisville has been to the final twice since 2009 and Notre Dame has been to the Women's Final Four five times in the last seven years.

UConn is a potential opponent for Notre Dame in the Final Four, should the Irish advance.

This years Final Four is in Columbus, Ohio, and will take place on March 30.

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Baylor, Louisville, Mississippi State and Notre Dame followed UConn in the poll. All three won their conference tournaments.

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UConn coach Geno Auriemma said the respect for those teams is a step forward in the women's game and he believes mid-major teams will make some noise in this year's tournament. Buffalo, Creighton, Minnesota and Oklahoma got in.

Irish faithful know - without a doubt - that head coach and USA Today Coach of the Year Muffet McGraw will have the girls read yot make a run at the title.

Oklahoma got in with a 16-14 record - the fewest wins for an at-large team since 2005.

"'We felt there was a razor-thin margin between Baylor and Notre Dame, ' said NCAA women's basketball committee chair Rhonda Bennett". “We went through those resumes and their body of work.

Bennett said Oklahomas strength of schedule, which was second best in the country, was a key to its selection.

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