The Women's NCAA basketball tournament starts on Saturday, March, 17. The bracket will be revealed Monday night in a selection special on ESPN starting at 7:00 p.m. Eastern.
The University of Maryland Terps will have an invitation to the big dance after winning women's ACC conference tournament. They beat Georgia Tech on March 4, to earn the conference title and bid to the tournament. The latest bracket prediction from ESPN bracketologist Charlie Creme, has Maryland seeded second in the Raleigh regional, facing off against Albany.
The University of Virginia Cavaliers could also be in the tournament. The Cavaliers bowed out of the ACC tournament after a quarterfinal loss to Maryland. ESPN's Creme predicts an eighth seed for Virginia and a potential matchup against Florida in the opening round of the Kingston regional.
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