Gonzaga guards are out of NCAA women's tournament

Carrie Guzman
March 20, 2019

Host Greg Gumbel was reciting matchups two minutes into the program and completed all four regionals within 36 minutes, even with commercial breaks, which left more than enough time for analysis and additional commercials.

After arriving in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Self said he didn't know if not being a No. 1 seed was an advantage or disadvantage, but not being a top-seeded team comes with fewer distractions.

This year, Oklahoma, St. John's, Minnesota and Ohio State all made the tournament with below.500 conference records.

That's clear from the Associated Press poll, with the ACC becoming the first conference to get the top three teams in the final AP top 25.

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The Gonzaga women's basketball team will play Arkansas Little Rock in a first-round NCAA tournament game Saturday in Corvallis, Ore. KU is 107-46 all-time in NCAA Tournament games, including 31 Sweet 16 appearances and 15 trips to the Final Four. Duke knocked off Virginia twice, helping separate the two top teams in the nation. None of those teams are in the Big East anymore. By Friday night, the tournament will be down to 32 teams. How do you justify making Villanova, which won the Big East regular season and the Big East tournament a No. 6 seed, while Marquette which finished a game behind the Wildcats, as a No. 1 seed?

Let's kick things off a team from arguably the toughest conference in the country who many believed would be in after a first-round win during the conference tournament.

Aside from a 14-4 conference slate, NU will enter postseason play in the midst of a seven-game winning streak, which includes wins in 12 of its last 13 outings.

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