March Madness: Only one full bracket remains after the first round of the Women’s Championship
Day 2 of the NCAA Men’s Tournament It eliminated the last perfect segment from Yahoo Sports. For a while, it looked like the women’s tournament was going the same way, but one guy successfully picked all 16 matches.
One perfect chip remained after the first round of the NCAA Women’s Championship. It was officially the last slide standing after no. 10-ranked Baylor surprise no. 7 Alabama on Saturday afternoon, but it needs to pick six more games to remain perfect.
However, the bow was used with all of these games, and that turned out to be a wise strategy. no. 4 defeat UCLA no. 13 Sacramento State was the final win it needed.
What did this Sagittarius choose for the future? She has a Final Four out of South Carolina, LSU, Connecticut and Iowa, with an All-SEC championship taking South Carolina national championship defeating LSU 75-61.
It didn’t take long for the women’s brackets to be busted on Friday. Only 28.3% of arcs were still perfect after the first two games, which was #1. 9 South Florida batting no. 8 Market and no. 7 Arizona hit no. 10 West Virginia. At the end of the day, less than 0.1% of the brackets were perfect, despite every number. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4 nor. 5 live seeds.
The big upset came early Saturday and destroyed nearly every slide. no. 12 FGCU seed no. 5 seed Washington State And no. Toledo knocked out 12 numbers. 5 Iowa In the first few games. The first left only 42 perfect arcs, then Rocket reduced it to just four.
By March Madness standards, it wasn’t the most chaotic first round ever. All 4 of the top seeds make it to the Sweet Sixteen, with the two 12-5 upsets providing the most chaos. It just goes to show the massive athletic challenge of going to 16-for-16 pick games.