April 28, 2017

Printable women’s NCAA March Madness bracket for 2017 tournament

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It’s not just the men (and their fans) who get to enjoy the action during March Madness. The NCAA holds the same 64-team college basketball tournament for the women’s championship.

If you are looking for a printable 2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament Bracket, then we have you covered. The games are scheduled to kick off on Friday, March 17th. The 2017 edition of Women’s March Madness will be the first to host the Final Four in Dallas, and it will also be the first time since 2002 that the women’s Final Four will be played on both Friday and Sunday instead of Sunday and Tuesday.

2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament Bracket

Much like the last several years, it’s all about the UConn Lady Huskies. Seeded #1  in their region again; they’ll go up against 16-seeded Albany. UConn is vying for their fifth consecutive championship after Breanna Stewart spent her entire four-year college career celebrating and smiling at the end of the championship game. UConn is going in as the favorite, but don’t underestimate the anyone-can-beat-anyone competition in women’s basketball, so says Sports Illustrated in their bracket preview:

While women’s basketball critics complain about Connecticut’s dominance (the undefeated Huskies are favored to win their fifth consecutive title), Kieger believes parity is growing every year. “Yes, UConn is the top dog right now,” she said. ‘But the fact that teams (seeded overall) #2–30 could beat each other on any night, people don’t give that enough attention.’

The other number one seeds in the tournament aren’t invulnerable either. Notre Dame, Baylor and South Carolina hope to make it through their respective rounds and tough path for a shot at what is a assumed would be a semi-finals or championship match vs. University of Connecticut. But March Madness isn’t predictable as per the name, this could be the year that UConn falters before then. The last time UConn wasn’t in the Final Four was ten years ago; in the 2007 Elite Eight when #3 LSU smashed them 73-50 — UConn was the #1 seed then too.

As it’s been with the last four tournaments — it won’t be easy even if Stewart isn’t around anymore. Connecticut has a two-headed monster in Katie Lou Samuelson and Napheesa Collier both averaged over 20 points during the regular season.

If you are looking for a quality bracket or would like to check out the latest NCAA Women’s NCAA Tournament Schedule, we have you covered below.

2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament Bracket First and Second Rounds

First Round: March 17 and 19
Arena City State Host
Xfinity Center College Park Maryland University of Maryland
Humphrey Coliseum Mississippi State Mississippi Mississippi State University
Edmund P. Joyce Center Notre Dame Indiana University of Notre Dame
Memorial Coliseum Lexington Kentucky University of Kentucky
Frank Erwin Center Austin Texas University of Texas at Austin
Colonial Life Arena Columbia South Carolina University of South Carolina
Donald L. Tucker Civic Center Tallahassee Florida Florida State University
Gill Coliseum Corvallis Oregon Oregon State University


First Round: March 18 and 20
Arena City State Host
Watsco Center Coral Gables Florida University of Miami
Harry A. Gampel Pavilion Storrs Connecticut University of Connecticut
Pauley Pavilion Los Angeles California University of California-Los Angeles
Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham North Carolina Duke University
Ferrell Center Waco Texas Baylor University
KFC Yum! Center Louisville Kentucky University of Louisville
Hec Edmundson Pavilion Seattle Washington University of Washington
Bramlage Coliseum Manhattan Kansas Kansas State University

2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament Bracket Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight

Sweet 16 and Elite 8: March 24–27, 2017
Regional Arena City State Host
Bridgeport Webster Bank Arena Bridgeport Connecticut Fairfield University and University of Connecticut
Oklahoma City Regional Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City Oklahoma University of Oklahoma
Lexington Rupp Arena Lexington Kentucky University of Kentucky
Stockton Stockton Arena Stockton California University of the Pacific

2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament Basketball Final Four and Championship Game

Women's Final Four and Title Game
Arena City State Host
American Airlines Center Dallas Texas Big 12 Conference

Printable 2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament Bracket

Women's Bracket

We have the 2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament Bracket available for you to download and print in both PDF and Excel formats. Even in the years that they haven’t won championships, the UConn Huskies has dominated women’s college basketball for many years now. Will UConn come out on top of the bracket again this year or will they be upset along the way?

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