Will the chalk continue to hold in New Orleans? Can Sweet 16 newcomer Louisville keep riding its momentum (and Angel McCoughtry)? Can the Cowgirls keep up with Sylvia Fowles?
With two of the stingiest defenses in the nation colliding in the Final Four, points will be at a premium when LSU and Rutgers play Sunday.
When LSU and UConn met earlier this season, Huskies point guard Renee Montgomery outshined her Lady Tigers counterpart Erica White. Whomever wins the battle Monday will likely lead her team to the Final Four.
Tennessee's chances of beating UNC on Tuesday were sidetracked when Candace Parker was whistled for her second foul less than five minutes into the game.
Sure, LSU-OU in the Elite Eight could be a great matchup. But San Antonio's Sweet 16 games are anticipated battles, too, and could be determined by what happens in the paint.
Two All-Americans will square off when LSU and Stanford clash in the Elite Eight in San Antonio on Monday night.
For women's college basketball, the March Madness all began 25 years ago, when La. Tech won the first NCAA crown.
In a four-overtime game that lasted 2 hours, 46 minutes, Niesa Johnson's triple-double led Alabama past Duke.
Scholanda Hoston's 3-point shooting is as vital to LSU as the performances of its more well-known stars.