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Women's NCAA Bracket 2011: March Madness Bracket Update As Second Round Begins

The first round of the 2011 Women’s NCAA Tournament is in the books, but there’s been a problem. As both Nate and I have noted, the madness in the women’s version of March Madness has been, well, missing. Bracket busters are nowhere to be found and higher-seeded teams have been moving through the bracket with ease. Aside from a few 8-9 games and lower-seeded teams that should’ve actually been favored winning, it’s been drama-free early in the women’s tournament.

Nevertheless, the beat goes on as the Women’s NCAA Tournament moves into its second round on Monday. Games are currently in progress at regional sites throughout the country as teams battle for a spot in the Sweet Sixteen.

Make sure to check the Women’s NCAA Tournament second round schedule to get caught up on where and when to watch games.

Check out the bracket as it stands after the first round. Grab your own 2011 Women’s NCAA Tournament printable bracket to follow along with all the action. Be sure to swing by Swish Appeal for more coverage of the tournament, as well.

Philadelphia Region

No. 1 Connecticut Huskies def. No. 16 Hartford, 75-39

No. 9 Purdue Boilermakers def. No. 8 Kansas St. Wildcats, 53-45

No. 5 Georgetown Hoyas def. No. 12 Princeton, Sun., 65-49

No. 4 Maryland Terrapins def. No. 13 St. Francis, 70-48

No. 6 Penn St. Nittany Lions def. No. 11 Dayton, 75-66

No. 3 DePaul def. No. 14 Navy, 56-43

No. 10 Marist, def. No. 7 Iowa St Cyclones, 74-64

No. 2 Duke Blue Devils def. No. 15 Tennessee-Martin, 90-45

Dayton Region

No. 1 Tennessee Volunteers def. No. 16 Stetson, 99-34

No. 8 Marquette Golden Eagles def. No. 9 Texas Longhorns, 68-65

No. 5 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets def. No. 12 Bowling Green, 69-58

No. 4 Ohio St. Buckeyes def. No. 13 UCF, 80-69

No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners def. No. 11 James Madison, 86-72

No. 3 Miami Hurricanes def. No. 14 Gardner-Webb, 80-62

No. 10 Temple Owls def No. 7 Arizona St. Sun Devils, 63-45

No. 2 Notre Dame Fighting Irish def. No. 15 Utah Utes, 67-54

Dallas Region

No. 1 Baylor Bears def. No. 16 Prairie View, 66-30

No. 9 West Virginia Mountaineers def. No. 8 Houston Cougars, 79-73

No. 5 Green Bay def. No. 12 Arkansas-Little Rock, 59-55

No. 4 Michigan St. Spartans def. No. 13 Northern Iowa, 69-66

No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs def. No. 11 MTSU, 56-41

No. 3 Florida St. Seminoles def. No. 14 Samford, 76-46

No. 7 Rutgers Scarlet Knights def. No. 10 Louisiana Tech, 76-51

No. 2 Texas A&M Aggies def. No. 15 McNeese State, 87-47

Spokane Region

No. 1 Stanford Cardinal def. No. 16 UC-Davis, 86-59

No. 9 St. John’s Red Storm def. No. 8 Texas Tech Red Raiders, 55-50

No. 5 North Carolina Tar Heels def. No. 12 Fresno State, 82-68

No. 4 Kentucky Wildcats def. No. 13 Hampton, 66-62

No. 11 Gonzaga Bulldogs def. No. 6 Iowa Hawkeyes, 92-86

No. 3 UCLA Bruins def. No. 14 Montana, 55-47

No. 7 Louisville Cardinals def. No. 10 Vanderbilt Commodores, 81-62

No. 2 Xavier Musketeers def. No. 15 South Dakota State, 72-56

For more on the tournament, check back with our Women’s NCAA Tournament results StoryStream throughout the day