The selection committee has unveiled the eight teams on the bubble for the women's NCAA tournament. Only four will make it into the field.
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The NCAA released its final eight teams on the bubble. Charlie Creme says Indiana, UCF, Tennessee and Auburn should be the last four in the field.
- Tennessee among seven tourney bubble teams
- Weather postpones Missouri vs. Arkansas
- LPGA's Lewis a part of Arkansas' AD committee
- Neighbors hired as head coach at Arkansas
Teaira McCowan had 24 points and 14 rebounds, and No. 5 Mississippi State won its first Southeastern Conference Tournament championship with a 101-70 pounding of Arkansas on Sunday.
Chelsea Dungee scored seven of her 17 points in the fourth quarter to help 10th-seeded Arkansas beat No. 15 Texas A&M 58-51 on Saturday night and advance to its first SEC tournament championship game.
Syracuse, UCLA and South Carolina -- even on a day in which the Gamecocks were upset -- were the big winners in Friday's conference tournament games.
Chennedy Carter scored 24 points, N'dea Jones had 13 points and 16 rebounds and No. 19 Texas A&M beat Arkansas 65-53 on Sunday.
Georgia women's basketball coach Joni Taylor was on the bench Thursday night, just two days after giving birth to her second child and her team gave her a gift.
Rhyne Howard scored 18 points, the last two on a pull-up jumper at the foul line with 1.3 seconds left that gave No. 17 Kentucky a 61-59 win over Arkansas on Sunday.
Freshmen reserves Destanni Henderson and Victaria Saxton had career days, scoring 19 points apiece, and No. 16 South Carolina took over in the fourth quarter on Sunday to defeat Arkansas 87-79.