Published: Thu, March 15, 2018
Global | By Craig Ferguson

NCAA Women's Tournament 2018: Full bracket announced Monday night

NCAA Women's Tournament 2018: Full bracket announced Monday night

The NCAA released its brackets for the upcoming women's basketball tournament Monday night, including the Albany Regional. The schedule we play, I knew we'd get somebody two or three that we already played. "I think one thing that came out of past year is that we know, and I think everyone else does, that we are beatable".

The Ducks could stay out west and play in Spokane, where coach Kelly Graves spent many years as Gonzaga's coach.

Here's the reality, though. The title game is set for March 29.

Wilson and the Gamecocks face a hard path in front of them as they attempt to defend last year's NCAA title. But they also went 7-9 in the Big Ten and lost to Washington State. Where does this take us? But Michael Porter, Jr., the projected No.1 overall pick in the NBA Draft just a year ago, will play for Missouri in the tournament after missing almost the entire year to a back injury.

Yes, UConn is different - and better, one could argue. Sophomore guard T.J. Gibbs poured in 17 and senior forward Bonzie Colson added 14.

Gabby Williams, No 1.

"We're really excited about the opportunity", Louisville coach Jeff Walz said. "My thing right now is, if we can put ourselves in that same situation again, then we'll see whether we're prepared or not". "We went through those resumes and their body of work". The Albany bracket includes overall top tournament seed CT, a program which has won 11 national championships - four in a row between 2013-16.

The top seeded U Conn Huskies are joined by the second ranked and reigning champion South Carolina Gamecocks. While the Lady Vols have been in the NCAA Tournament every year since it began in 1982, Nicholls State, Northern Colorado, Mercer and Seattle will be making their first appearances.

"We have a lot of different strengths than past year", Samuelson said. I love playing Friday at 5. "We feel more comfortable together on the court". The Ducks made one of the great runs past year reaching the Elite Eight for the first time in program history. The time for that game is set for Saturday at noon, still at Purcell Pavilion. This makes the Tigers much more risky than the typical eight seed in the tournament. "I would imagine Notre Dame had 34 games".

The Golden Eagles (23-9, 15-3 BIG EAST) received a No. 8 seed and will travel to Louisville for their first round game against the No. 9-seeded Dayton Flyers (23-6, 15-1 Atlantic 10).

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