SEC Preview: Women’s NCAA Tournament

Isabelle Harrison had a great tournament for the Vols.

by Zachary Harmuth

The official brackets have not been released yet, but many SEC fans don’t have to wait until Monday to find out who made the cut or not.

Except for a few teams on the bubble, the brackets are set as Championship Week in women’s NCAA basketball (and the SEC) came to an end this week.

Tennessee, which won the SEC tournament, will very likely grab a No. 1 seed, along with Stanford, Notre Dame and UConn.

Other SEC teams that are safely in the tournament are Florida, LSU, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas A&M, and Kentucky.

Florida and Vanderbilt are right on the bubble, however, they should get in.

Check back on Monday to see exactly who will play who, where and when.

If all these teams get in, then the SEC will be tied with the ACC for the most teams sent to the tournament in 2014, with eight. Next closest then is the Big 12, which will most likely send six teams.

Tennessee lost in the elite eight last year to Louisville, after drawing a No. 2 seed. Kentucky also made it to the elite eight, but lost to UConn. Louisville then lost to UConn in the national championship.

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