In October, Diamond DeShields said North Carolina was "perfect" for her. Six months later, for unknown reasons and with an uncertain future -- but perhaps not totally out of left field -- DeShields has decided to transfer.
Undefeated UConn and Notre Dame are locks for No. 1 seeds. Will Stanford and Tennessee also be on the top line? Will the Huskies be placed in Lincoln? Will the Fighting Irish face a road game in the second round?
It's official. UConn's win Monday means two undefeated teams -- Notre Dame and the Huskies -- will head to the NCAA tournament. Now, let's talk about which regional UConn should end up in when the bracket is unveiled.
In the greatest win in Louisville women's history, in the greatest upset the women's NCAA tournament has ever seen, fifth-seeded Louisville executed a perfect game plan to knock off defending NCAA champion Baylor.
No matter her personal accolades or even Baylor accomplishing a perfect 40-0 season and NCAA title, Brittney Griner, espnW's preseason player of the year, keeps driving forward to become a better player.
In going a perfect 40-0 last season, Baylor managed to make something very difficult look pretty easy. And with all five starters back, led by Brittney Griner, all eyes are on the Lady Bears as they take aim at repeating as national champs.