After a week full of upsets, the NCAA women's basketball committee revealed its projected top 16 seeds for the final time before selection Monday. UConn, Mississippi State, Baylor and Notre Dame would be the top seeds if the season was over. It's the first time that the Irish are a No. 1 seed. "This whole thing is definitely subject to change between now and selection day," women's basketball committee chair Terry Gawlik said in a phone interview Monday. "There are not only a lot of games left, but also a lot of tournaments." Three of the teams in the top 16 were playing Monday night. Maryland, seeded at No. 7, played at Ohio State. Second-seed Baylor visited No. 6 seed Texas, which made the
GLENDALE — Couple together a spirited Glendale High girls' basketball team and a cold-shooting Notre Dame Academy squad and the result is a CIF Southern Section Division II-A second-round playoff blowout. The host Nitros led by 10 points after one quarter and never looked back in a 53-32 victory Saturday evening. With the win, No. 7-ranked Glendale (18-11) advanced to Wednesday's quarterfinals. Glendale, which finished fourth in the Pacific League, will host second-seeded South Coast League champion Aliso Niguel (18-6) at 7 p.m. "Our efforts today started back in our first game," Glendale Coach Tadeh Mardirosian said in reference to his team's 56-46 first-round road triumph at Whittier on Thursday.
NEWS: First-year assistant coach Joe Moorhead has been selected as the 247Sports Offensive Coordinator of the Year. Moorhead spearheaded an offensive attack that helped the Nittany Lions capture the 2016 Big Ten Championship and a Rose Bowl berth.