The final conference tournaments have concluded, solidifying the NCAA Tournament field, with Kent State, California Baptist, Norfolk State, Fairfield, and Princeton among the notable winners. Princeton's victory likely precludes the Ivy League from securing two bids, setting the stage for Selection Sunday and the Women's NCAA Tournament bracket reveal.

The Big Picture

The selection show will unveil the complete tournament brackets as ACC leads with 9 bids, followed by SEC with 8, and other conferences like the Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, and Big East receiving multiple bids.

By the Numbers
  • Princeton is currently placed as a No. 8 seed, matching its highest historical seed so far.
  • Princeton has excelled in offensive and defensive ratings, emphasizing strong paint presence and rebounding.
State of Play
  • Drake's performance in the Missouri Valley Conference championship game could impact its tournament hopes.
  • Drake's solid resume and notable victories position it as a potential contender for an at-large bid, especially if other bubble teams falter.
What's Next

Drake's fate in the upcoming championship game will influence its tournament prospects, potentially squeezing into the field over other bubble teams if successful.

Bottom Line

With Princeton's strong showing and Drake's pending championship game, the Women's NCAA Tournament selection promises excitement and potential surprises as teams await their fate.