From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jenn Wirth in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
- 11/25W 119-38
- 11/28W 81-71
- 11/2921W 79-72
- 12/38L 54-46
- 12/623W 83-65
- 12/17W 103-41
- 12/31W 75-59
- 1/4W 77-60
- 1/1010W 75-70
- 1/14W 106-43
- 1/1815W 104-82
- 1/2122W 62-50
- 1/24W 69-65
- 1/2821W 75-52
- 1/31W 87-63
- 2/4W 77-58
- 2/82L 63-59
- 2/11W 77-62
- 2/14W 66-59
- 2/1821L 75-67
- 2/2117W 76-55
- 2/25W 68-43
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The Irish moved into the field and the Tar Heels gave themselves a little breathing room as the ACC continues to be the storyline around the bubble.
- Lady Vols end S. Carolina's 31-game SEC streak
- Stanford, UConn among early reveal's top seeds
- UConn new No. 1 in AP women's basketball poll
- Bueckers' heroics lift UConn over South Carolina
The bubble looks different in 2021, with sub-.500 teams eligible for at-large berths and most mid-majors lacking opportunities to build their résumés.
No. 2 South Carolina's 31-game SEC winning streak, the second-longest streak in conference history, ended Thursday with a 75-67 loss to No. 21 Tennessee.
In a season of COVID-19 pauses and cancellations, anything seems possible. So just how far could each team in Monday's top-16 reveal go in 2021?
From why Baylor and NC State were seeded lower than expected to how COVID-19 pauses impacted seeds, here are the biggest takeaways from the reveal.
The SEC has the most teams in the top 16 seeds, with five in the first early reveal of the NCAA tournament, unveiled on ESPN on Monday night.
The UConn Huskies have returned to a familiar place in the national rankings, climbing to No. 1 in the latest Associated Press women's basketball poll released on Monday.
The NCAA selection committee will reveal its current top-16 teams at halftime of Monday's Stanford-Oregon game (ESPN/ESPN App, 9 p.m. ET).
On this special Fast Break episode, producer and Co-Host Terrika Foster-Brasby welcomes in ACC WBB analyst Monica McNutt and SEC WBB analyst Andraya Carter to break down the No. 1 South Carolina vs. No. 2 UCONN OT thriller. The three weigh in Paige Bueckers' 31-point outing despite going 1-6 from behind the arc, both teams' defensive performances, some interesting comments from Coach Dawn Staley, if UConn will be the new No. 1 and how each team can move forward with the tournament nearing closer.
Freshman sensation Paige Bueckers scored the Huskies' final 13 points, including all nine in the extra period, as No. 2 UConn beat No. 1 South Carolina 63-59 in overtime on Monday.
South Carolina returned to No. 1 in the AP women's basketball poll and will be tested right away as it visits No. 2 UConn on Monday night.