There isn't a bolder or blunter figure in coaching than Kim Mulkey. Makenzie Robertson is soft-spoken and easy-going. But the mom and daughter make a perfect team at Baylor.
Which No. 1 has the toughest road to New Orleans? The Fighting Irish have to travel to Iowa and would play the second round in Norfolk, Va.
Twins Andrea and Andrell Smith are making sure South Florida's season lasts as long as possible.
From another 9-0 start from Colorado to the teams that made the most waves, we catch you up on the week's biggest storylines.
Everyone knows about Penn State's potent backcourt duo. But 6-foot-4 post Nikki Greene could be the difference between another good season and one that ends in New Orleans.
Florida State is off to a 5-0 start, Nebraska's Lindsey Moore is emerging as one of the nation's top point guards and Elena Delle Donne has returned to the court at Delaware.
With just eight games left to play before we reach the Sweet 16, almost all our questions about the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament have been answered. Almost.
UConn had Tuesday's win in the Jimmy V Classic in hand early, playing tough defense to beat defending NCAA champion Texas A&M at its own game.
The nation's top two teams meet in Sunday's Preseason WNIT final in a game that could wind up a defensive battle.
Trouble seemed to find Sydney Colson in the first half of Tuesday's championship game. But the senior's second-half performance, played with the burden of three fouls, was the key to Texas A&M's title run.
After falling short in the NCAA championship game, Notre Dame loses its senior leader to graduation. But while the loss of Becca Bruszewski is great, there's reason for optimism in South Bend.
Skylar Diggins topped Tennessee and had her way with the Huskies. But she hasn't faced Texas A&M guards Sydney Carter and Sydney Colson, who combine for a dog-eat-dog defense.
Much has been made of Texas A&M's defense, and with good reason. But Brittany Mallory and Natalie Novosel give Notre Dame a physical presence that opponents fear.
Is it better to build a team around one star (see: Maya Moore, Danielle Adams) or around a talented team (see: Notre Dame, Stanford)? The Final Four might give us the answer.
When the Sweet 16 gets under way on Saturday afternoon, some of the biggest stars on the court will be the smallest players on the court, the point guards.
Whether they are around one game or there April 5 to hoist the NCAA trophy, here are 15 players to watch in the women's NCAA tournament.