South Carolina, Baylor, Oregon and Maryland earn top seeds in latest NCAA committee reveal

The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee selected South Carolina, Baylor, Oregon, and Maryland as the No. 1 seeds in the second of two top-16 early reveals. The predicted seeds come two weeks before the annual Selection Monday and the announcement of the 64-team NCAA Tournament field. The show is set for Monday, March 16 at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Louisville, UConn, Stanford, and UCLA would be the No. 2 seeds if the season ended today.  The rest of the reveal is below:

NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee Top-16 ranking for March 2*
1. South Carolina (No. 1 seed – Greenville Region)
2. Baylor (No. 1 seed – Dallas Region)
3. Oregon (No. 1 seed – Portland Region)
4. Maryland (No. 1 seed – Fort Wayne Region)
5. Louisville
6. UConn
7. Stanford
9. Northwestern
10. NC State
11. Mississippi State
12. Gonzaga
13. Iowa
14. Arizona
15. Oregon State
16. DePaul

2020 regional assignments


1. Baylor
2. Stanford
3. Mississippi State
4. Iowa

Fort Wayne

1. Maryland
2. Louisville
3. Gonzaga
4. Arizona


1. South Carolina
3. NC State
4. Oregon State


1. Oregon
2. UConn
3. Northwestern
4. DePaul

*Ranking and regional assignments based on games played through Sunday, March 1.


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  • Oregon State has a rare, once in tournament history juxtaposition being the No.6 seed in the Pac-12 tournament but a top-16 seed nationally. Got to win once maybe twice in Vegas (beat Stanford?) to carry that National position through the weekend.

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