NCAA women's Sweet 16: Top seeds and some surprises
The NCAA women's basketball tournament has reached the round of 16. Unlike the men's tournament, all four top regional seeds have moved on to the Sweet 16.
The ladies 'Big Dance' is down to 16 teams.Skip to next paragraph
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11th seed Gonzaga gets to play at home on Saturday in the Spokane regional semifinals against seventh seed Louisville. The Cardinals upset second seed Xavier on the Musketeers' home floor Tuesday night. The winner gets to play the winner of Stanford and North Carolina on Monday night.
Also reaching the Sweet 16 is Wisconsin-Green Bay, the fifth seed in the Dallas region, by virtue of a nine-point victory over Michigan State. This will be the first trip to the regional semifinals for the Phoenix.
Ohio State is one school that has both men's and women's teams in their respective NCAA basketball tournaments. The Buckeye women have an interesting matchup with Tennessee on Saturday in Dayton, Ohio.