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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Draw
November 7th, 2011 5:12PM
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[COLLEGE] Top-ranked Stanford and ACC teams Duke, Florida State and Wake Forest are the No. 1 regional seeds in the 64-team field for the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Nine ACC teams got in, and eight SEC teams were selected. For the pairings ...

Ten conferences earned more than one bid:

ACC (9)
SEC (8)
Pac-12 (5)
Big 12 (5)
Big East (4)
WCC (4)
Big Ten (3)
Atlantic 10 (2)
Big West (2)
Conference USA (2)

The tournament will start with first-round matches this weekend. The 32 winners will play second- and third-round games the weekend of Nov. 18-20.

Analysis: Selection committee snubs Georgetown
Analysis: Portland gets in with 9-9-1 record

FIRST ROUND:
Nov. 11 or 12 or 13
1-Stanford (19-0-1) vs. Montana (6-11-4)
South Carolina (15-6-0) vs. Texas (11-8-1)
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Santa Clara (13-2-5) vs. California (12-6-2)
4-Boston College (11-5-2) vs. Marist (13-5-2)
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3-Auburn (14-6-2) vs. Utah State (15-4-2)
Maryland (10-5-4) vs. La Salle (15-1-3)
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Illinois (16-4-2) vs. Notre Dame (10-7-3)
2-Oklahoma State (19-1-2) vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (16-4-1)

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2-Virginia (14-4-2) vs. LIU (12-7-1)
Kentucky (13-7-0) vs. Washington State (12-6-3)
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West Virginia (17-4) vs. Virginia Tech (12-7-1)
3-Texas A&M (15-5-2) vs. LSU (13-7-1)
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4-Memphis (21-0-1) vs. UT Martin (14-6-2)
Louisville (12-6-3) vs. Dayton (19-3-0)
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Oregon State (13-5-2) vs. Portland (9-9-1)
1-Florida State (14-6-1) vs. Samford (14-5-2)

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1-Wake Forest (14-3-4) vs. Oakland (10-10-1)
Boston Univ. (18-2-1) vs. Harvard (12-4-1)
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Marquette (17-3) vs. Toledo (14-6-2)
4-Penn State (19-4-0) vs. Army (12-3-5)
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3-North Carolina (11-5-1) vs. William & Mary (17-2-2)
Baylor (14-3-3) vs. Texas State (14-5-1)
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UCF (11-4-5) vs. FIU (13-6-3)
FGCU (14-4-2) vs. 2-Florida (16-7-0)

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2-UCLA (15-1-3)  vs. New Mexico (12-4-4)
UC Irvine (14-4-2) vs. San Diego (12-7-0)
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Miami (Fla.) (9-7-1) vs. Alabama (10-8-3)
3-Pepperdine (15-1-4) vs. Long Beach St. (15-5-1)
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4-Tennessee (15-6) vs. Ohio St. (10-8-2)
Milwaukee (18-2) vs. Illinois St. (13-5-0)
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Kansas (11-8-1) Georgia (12-6-2)
1-Duke (17-3-1) vs. Radford (15-5-1)



0 comments
  1. Steven Moore
    commented on: November 8, 2011 at 9:02 a.m.
    These brackets have so much ACC and SEC bias that it has become a joke.
  1. Ed Shaw
    commented on: November 8, 2011 at 4:23 p.m.
    This selection process certainly is a joke - why have the RPIs if you're not going to follow them. It would be nice if the NCAA selection committees were more transparent, but I'm sure that will never happen because it's not what the old boy networks do!

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