The men's NCAA Tournament bracket was revealed on Sunday, but on Monday it's the women's turn. The women's NCAA Tournament Selection Show gets started at 4 p.m. on Monday as the bracket is revealed for the world to see, live on ESPN. Gonzaga is in the tournament after winning the WCC Tournament, taking home the automatic bid in the process.
Here's all the information for Selection Monday for the Women's NCAA Tournament.
Time: 4 p.m. Pacific or 7 p.m. on the East Coast. It's a midday affair for the women and we'll be covering it all here in our Women's NCAA Tournament StoryStream.
TV Information: ESPN will broadcast the NCAA Tournament Selection Show this time around. Just like the men's, the women's bracket will be revealed piece-by-piece, with plenty of analysis along the way.
Bracket projections: Gonzaga is a No. 10 seed in ESPN's latest bracketology, set to face Georgia in the first round. If the predictions hold true, it'll be a busy week for Washington teams and Georgia. The Washington Huskies drew Georgia in the men's NCAA Tournament on Selection Sunday. No surprisingly, Stanford, Tennessee, UConn and Baylor are the four No. 1 seeds in ESPN's bracketology.
Previews: SB Nation's Swish Appeal has done a killer job putting together capsules for the NCAA Tournament teams. Check them all out in Swish Appeal's 2011 NCAA Tournament section.
Stay with our Women's NCAA Tournament Selection Show StoryStream as the brackets are unveiled to find out where Gonzaga is headed. For more on the Zags, visit SB Nation's The Slipper Still Fits. For more on NCAA women's hoops, stop by Swish Appeal.