For the first time since 2002, the women's NCAA tournament will return to having the top 16 seeds host the first and second rounds, which, along with the regionals, also return to a Friday through Monday format.
A look at how UConn beat Stanford to advance to Tuesday's national championship game against Notre Dame, the first title game matchup between two unbeaten teams in Division I men's and women's NCAA tournament history.
The nation's most efficient offense meets the country's top defense when Notre Dame and UConn collide in a championship game featuring two perfect teams. What will be the X factors? Which backcourt will rule? We break it down.
Now that we have a Final Four, which team has the best chance of winning the title? Are we in store for a title game featuring two perfect teams? Who are the game-changing players in Nashville? Charlie Creme breaks down the field.
Our resident bracketologist examines how South Carolina, not Stanford, ended up a No. 1 seed, why geography didn't play as big of a role in the bracket this year, and explains why a No. 3 seed might be just what Louisville deserved.
With a big SEC road win Sunday, South Carolina has moved to the top line. But will a No. 1 seed mean a possible road game in the second round or a long trip to the West Coast for the Gamecocks' opening tournament games?