Kim Mulkey has left for LSU, but Baylor joins fellow No. 1 seeds UConn, Stanford and South Carolina in our early projection for 2022.
- 11/25W 77-61
- 11/2819W 93-91
- 12/2W 80-63
- 12/625W 66-61
- 12/10W 79-56
- 12/13W 77-59
- 12/15W 99-69
- 12/20W 57-53
- 12/28W 112-26
- 1/3W 92-67
- 1/710W 77-60
- 1/1013W 74-73
- 1/14L 65-61
- 1/1714W 69-41
- 1/24W 70-66
- 1/28W 84-69
- 1/3122W 60-48
- 2/4W 54-41
- 2/716W 69-67
- 2/1416W 80-70
- 2/21W 66-55
- 2/25W 73-67
- 2/285W 65-57
- 3/5W 77-58
- 3/616L 74-68
- 3/2215W 84-80
- 3/247W 84-82
- 3/273L 74-59
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The Big Ten put three teams in the top 10, but UConn, South Carolina and 2021 national champion Stanford remain the teams to beat.
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Which teams will win Sunday to join UConn, Baylor, Indiana and Arizona in the Elite Eight? And what's next for Iowa and Caitlin Clark?
ESPN's BPI has spoken, but has a team emerged as a clear favorite? Here are the upsets to expect and the matchups to watch in the regional semifinals.
From Diana Taurasi at No. 3 to Sabrina Ionescu at No. 20 and to Val Whiting at No. 52, we rank the best all-time women's players by jersey number.
Jordan Nixon's buzzer-beater on Wednesday against Iowa State in OT sent Texas A&M to the Sweet 16. Afterwards, she dedicated the win to her late high school coach.
Baylor, Oregon State and Wright State made jumps as we rank the women's NCAA tournament teams that remain heading into the second round.
Troy coach Chanda Rigby said a missed call cost the Trojans a shot to become the first No. 15 seed to win in the NCAA women's basketball tournament.
Before Caitlin Clark makes her NCAA tournament debut, we tackle some final questions, including whether Baylor or UConn is the River Walk favorite.
Which teams will advance from Alamo, Hemisfair, River Walk and Mercado? Which teams could destroy your bracket? We're here to help.
The NCAA tournament might feel more wide open. But now that we've seen the bracket, these five have the best shot at raising the trophy April 4.
Which teams won't be around for long? Which teams are expected to have extended stays in San Antonio? We look at the best and worst case for all 64.
Geno Auriemma's UConn Huskies have finished No. 1 in the women's Associated Press Top 25 poll for the 16th time in school history.
Eight or nine teams could win this year, and the bubble isn't as strong as usual. All of which makes the 2021 bracket challenging to build.
Tara VanDerveer's Stanford Cardinal jumped two spots to No. 2 in the latest edition of the Associated Press women's college basketball poll released on Monday.
The Summit League might have the biggest impact on the bubble, which will shrink rapidly if chalk doesn't hold in remaining conference tourneys.