The NCAA women's tournament is unlike the men's in that the higher seeded teams almost always advance. And that's been the case so far this season as only three lower seeded teams won in the first two rounds. But they could all change in round two. In the three games being played currently, all of them are two-point contests or less at the half. Included in that is seventh-seeded Marist trailing No.2 LSU by two, three-seed Baylor holding a two-point advantage over No. 6 Pittsburgh and third-seeded Oklahoma State tied with 11 seed Florida State.
- Don Bowman