NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament 2018
The Fighting Irish faced many challenges across the season and persevered to become national champions.
Muffet McGraw’s squad rode a strong third quarter to victory as the Fighting Irish make their first Final Four since 2015.
The Huskies put together a dominant performance as they claim the Albany Regional crown.
Early on it looked like the Bulldogs would run away with this one. The Bruins fought back but couldn’t get close enough.
The Cardinals converted 19 Oregon State turnovers into 24 points in a blowout. Louisville heads to the Final Four for the third time in 11 seasons.
The Gamecocks’ star revealed her dyslexia in an article on The Players’ Tribune.
11-seeds Buffalo and Central Michigan both reached the Sweet Sixteen this season.
As one of the few women of color in the head coaching ranks, Felisha Legette-Jack understands the value diversity brings to the student-athlete experience.
The Beavers earned a 5 point victory over the heavily favored Lady Bears tonight
Lousiville, Standord, Baylor, and Oregon State will battle it out to make it to the Elite 8
There are great stories in women’s basketball, but national media fails to do the legwork on it in part because it’s a male-dominated industry.
The top-seeded Louisville Cardinals are headed to the Sweet Sixteen for the second consecutive year.
Two 10-seeds notched upset victories in the NCAA Tournament’s opening day.
The Hurricanes have become a fixture in the NCAA Tournament thanks to their senior class.
The mother-daughter duo has turned the Bobcats into one of the best mid-major teams in the nation.
Mississippi State headlines the Kansas City regional, but there’ll be plenty of competition for the right to advance to the Final Four.
Can anyone take down UConn?
How do the teams stack up?
Mississippi State is the top seed but it’s a really competitive field.
As was projected, Louisville is the #1 seed in the Lexington regional
Notre Dame earns the top seed but will face some serious competition to make it out of this region.
UConn is the top seed in the region and overall.
Where to go for the latest on the NCAA Tournament Selection Show.