Making a Final Four raised expectations and Cal met them in conference play. But can they repeat their post-season success?
Charli Turner-Thorne works her magic again.
Led by their guard play, Vanderbilt hopes to redeem themselves in the tournament after a disappointing season.
Defense didn't win a SEC championship, but it's where Kentucky excels.
May a steady starting lineup help them earn a NCAA Tournament win.
Alternating wins and losses could be a problem in a single-elimination tournament.
No B1G championship this season, but a solid fourth seed in the region closest to home.
There's no shortage of pride deep in the heart of Texas.
Might want to box out Ty Marshall, if you get a chance.
If Thomas's teammates can consistently step up for her, allowing her to shine, Maryland can surprise some people. But if Thomas has to go it alone, the Terps could be a quick out.
With a SOS like that, the Bayou Bengals come in battle-tested.
The point guard is the glue that holds this team together.
Oh, my Johnnies.
An experienced team that made some noise in the Big 12 this season.
Where SOS happens.
Two bids for the second time in three years?? WCC's coming up!
There were no guarantees, but everything worked out fine.
Hardly a shoe-in, the Bulldogs look to surprise a few folks in the tournament again.
It was a season that fell short of first place expectations, but resulted in a tournament berth nonetheless.
Still weird to think they're not in the Big XII.
While their place in the field isn't a surprise, their run this season is a bit of one.
The number two seed in UConn's region, again.
From the bubble to facing Iowa State in Ames for the first round the tournament.
You'll be forgiven if you were a little surprised by this one.
Get ready for a three point barrage in Ames.
The Big Ten regular season champs are back with home court advantage.
Youthful triumphs have defined the season.
A veteran team that is sometimes overlooked.
Scott Rueck's rebuilding process has been quite remarkable.
Dayton makes the NCAA Tournament as a #11 seed.
With one of their better wins, we'll grant them exclusive rights to the USC moniker.
As though they needed more motivation while playing at home, Stanford enters the tournament as a #2 seed.