Hofstra women upend No. 23 James Madison 63-62
Hall, No. 23 James Madison women beat UNC-Wilmington 85-49
With five Top 25 teams, including unbeaten Princeton, the landscape for mid-majors hasn't looked this good since the 2011-12 season.
What can we really expect to learn when the NCAA selection committee unveils its current No. 1 seeds and top-20 teams Wednesday? Whether Princeton, James Madison and George Washington are included might be the biggest insights.
Princeton still leads the way, but a pair of Atlantic 10 teams -- No. 5 George Washington and No. 7 Dayton -- prepare to meet in a huge mid-major clash.
With an absence of upsets, or even many close games, the top-10 mid-major rankings remained mostly the same.
It might not be as impressive as Princeton breaking into the Top 25 for just the second time in program history, but the 16-0 Tigers also have taken over No. 1 in Graham Hays' biweekly mid-major poll.
Chattanooga, Long Beach State and Indiana State made their way into Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.
After routing Michigan on the road, Princeton -- the only Ivy League team ever to open the season 9-0 -- moved up four spots to No. 2, trailing only Green Bay in Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.
No. 10 Maryland beats James Madison 80-64
After knocking off teams from the Big Ten and Big East, Green Bay takes over the top spot in Graham Hays' bi-weekly poll.
James Madison women upset No. 23 UCLA 91-87 in OT
Courtney Williams scored 23 points and Karla Gilbert added 20 points with 15 rebounds to help Texas A&M to an 85-69 win over James Madison on Tuesday night in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
Kirby Burkholder had 28 points and 18 rebounds to lead No. 11 seed James Madison to a 72-63 win over No. 6 Gonzaga on Sunday in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
From players to watch and potential upsets to the best games in the first round, espnW breaks down each region of the women's NCAA tournament.
Top-seeded James Madison beat two-time defending champion Delaware 70-45 Sunday to win the CAA tournament and earn the school's first NCAA berth since 2011.