While I didn’t have time to do my men’s bracket in 2015, I definitely had a chance to do one for the women’s tournament. I started as part of Women’s History Month compiling it in 2008 , and I have continued that tradition every year since.
My record in picking the eventual women’s NCAA champion is slightly better at 5-3, and I’ve also correctly picked all four women’s NCAA Final Four teams in 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2015. Also nailed last year’s NCAA women’s title game.
But it’s a year later. Can I get it right again and select the four teams that will be playing for NCAA women’s basketball supremacy on April and 5? Will UConn continue their dominance of the NCAA women’s basketball ranks and their 69 game winning streak? Will they make NCAA history and become the first women’s team to win a fourth straight title or will there be an upset for the ages?..
We’re about to find out.
Connecticut, Seton Hall, Mississippi State, Michigan State, South Florida, UCLA, BYU, Texas
Connecticut, Mississippi State, UCLA, Texas
Bridgeport Regional Champ
Baylor, St John’s, Florida State, DePaul, Louisville, Oklahoma State, Oregon State
Baylor, Texas A&M, Louisville, Oregon St.
Baylor, Oregon St.
Dallas Regional Champ
Notre Dame, Georgia , Miami, Stanford, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Washington, Maryland
Notre Dame, Stanford, Kentucky, Maryland
Notre Dame, Maryland
Lexington Regional Champ
Sioux Falls Regional
South Carolina, Kansas State, Florida, Syracuse, West Virginia, Ohio State, Tennessee, Arizona State
South Carolina, Florida, West Virginia, Arizona State
South Carolina, West Virginia
Sioux Falls Champ
Connecticut, Baylor, Notre Dame,.South Carolina
Connecticut, Notre Dame
2016 NCAA Women’s Champ