Charlie Creme projects the women's NCAA Tournament bracket for ESPN.com.
While there was a change at the top as Baylor replaced Tennessee as a No. 1 seed, determining the No. 4 seeds was the toughest part of determining this week's 64-team NCAA tournament projection.
After winning an individual battle a week ago and then adding two wins that put Oregon State alone in first place in the Pac-12, the Beavers' Jamie Weisner nabbed our weekly honor.
South Carolina and UConn are locks. But as many as seven other teams are fighting for the final No. 1 seeds with two months to go until Selection Monday.
After returning from suspension and leading LSU to back-to-back upsets over ranked SEC foes, Lady Tigers' junior guard Danielle Ballard nabbed our weekly honor.
After scoring a career-high 32 points to help Miami upset Notre Dame, Hurricanes' sophomore Adrienne Motley nabbed our weekly honor.
The Big 12 could send as few as three teams to the 2015 NCAA tournament, half as many as the league has put in the Big Dance in recent seasons, Charlie Creme writes.
After tallying 52 points and 46 rebounds in three wins for Minnesota, sophomore center Amanda Zahui B. nabbed our weekly honor.
After scoring an OSU freshman record 39 points, freshman Kelsey Mitchell nabbed our weekly honor.
After scoring 26 points and grabbing a career-high 20 rebounds, and helping Duke move past a three-game slide, senior Elizabeth Williams nabbed our weekly honor.
After scoring a career-high 41 points to help Notre Dame avoid an upset, Irish junior guard Jewell Loyd nabbed our weekly honor.
After scoring a career-high 25 points to help Connecticut rout Notre Dame, Huskies redshirt sophomore Morgan Tuck nabbed our weekly honor.
South Carolina looked nothing like the nation's No. 1 team Sunday. But three clutch plays in the final 20 seconds erased a day of frustration and helped the Gamecocks survive on the road at Duke.
After helping Chattanooga upset Tennessee, freshman guard/forward Keiana Gilbert nabbed our weekly honor.
After averaging 26.0 points over three games and helping Stanford knock off UConn, sophomore Lili Thompson nabbed our weekly honor.
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.
The additions of Maryland and Rutgers to the Big Ten will only make the conference deeper and more competitive, writes Charlie Creme as he previews the league race.