A look at the top seeds, players, and sleepers in the womens' NCAAs

Breanna Stewart will lead UConn into a tournament they will be expected to roll through.
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UConn. Go ahead and purchase your ticket for Nashville today, Huskies fan.

Kayla McBride's versatility will make her a valuable performer for Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament.
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Notre Dame. They move on in the aptly named Notre Dame Regional.

West Virginia's Bria Holmes (left) could lead the Mountaineers to a surprisingly deep tourney run.
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Louisville. When senior guard Shoni Schimmel (17 ppg, .374 from 3), gets hot from outside with a rowdy, pro-Louisville crowd behind her, the Cardinals are hard to guard.

Penn State's Maggie Lucas is one of the best pure scorers in women's college basketball.
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Arguably the best player in the country, Chiney Ogwumike (26.8 ppg, 12.6 rpg) will lead her team back to the Final Four after their streak of five in a row was snapped last year.

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