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March Madness Printable Bracket: Women’s 2023 NCAA Tournament

The stage for the 2023 NCAA women’s tournament has officially been set, with the reveal of the entire field of 68 on Selection Sunday. 

Defending national champion South Carolina will enter March as the No. 1 overall seed, with Indiana, Stanford and Virginia Tech securing top spots in their respective regions. Rounding out the top eight of this year’s crop of title hopefuls are No. 2 seeds Iowa, Maryland, Utah and UConn.

The 2023 women’s tournament will kick off with First Four action on Wednesday and Thursday. Up first, Monmouth and Tennessee Tech will face off for a No. 16 seed and a chance to play No. 1 Indiana, while Illinois battles Mississippi State for the No. 11 seed and a meeting with No. 6 Creighton. Southern will then take on Sacred Heart for the No. 16 seed and a game against No. 1 Stanford, and Purdue will play St. John’s for the No. 11 seed and a matchup versus No. 6 North Carolina.

Following the First Four, each No. 1 seed will host the entire first and second rounds in their respective regions. Matchups will take place from March 17 to March 20.

For the first time in NCAA history, the regional rounds will feature games played at two locations, instead of four, beginning with the Sweet 16 on March 24 and 25, followed by the Elite Eight on March 26 and 27. The contests will take place inside Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C. (Regions 1 and 2) and Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle (Regions 3 and 4).

This year’s Final Four will commence in Dallas at the American Airlines Center, the home of the NBA’s Mavericks. The semifinals will take place on March 31, with the national championship game on April 2.

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