February 22, 2019

Printable Women’s NCAA bracket for 2019 March Madness

Printable NCAA Womens Bracket 2019


These last couple of years have really highlighted women’s issues and brought the problems women face when it comes to bring treated, paid, and respected on equal footing. On that note March Madness isn’t just about the men’s NCAA bracket despite all the media circus that surrounds the Men’s tournament. The fact is, the NCAA has the same 64-team NCAA basketball tournament for the women’s championship. And like the men, the NCAA provides the women’s tournament with a bracket in PDF that college basketball fans love to download and print – no matter the gender.

You’ve arrived at the right place if you’re looking for a printable 2019 Women’s NCAA bracket. The games are scheduled to kick off in an hour or so on Thursday, March 16, 2019, so we’re going to give you access to several versions of the 2019 bracket for the women’s tournament.

Printable Women’s NCAA Bracket 2019

We have the 2019 Women’s NCAA bracket available for you to download and print in several file types: Microsoft word, high resolution image and in the most-popular-for-brackets PDF form. 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?

Women's NCAA bracket printable for 2019

The first couple rounds of the NCAA women’s bracket will be spread across four regions and will be played in Lexington (Kentucky), Spokane (Washington), Kansas City (Kansas) and Albany (New York). In the later rounds, this year’s March Madness 2018 Final Four and Championship Game on the women’s side will head to Columbus, Ohio on March 30th and Sunday, April 1st respectively.

Blank NCAA Women’s Tournament Brackets for Printing:

Fans of the women’s college game have no shortage of reputable sites and resources, though unfairly, there are not as many options available as for the men’s tournament. That’s very much because of the still unequal perception and treatment of the women’s game

The great news is that brackets know no gender. Both men’s and women’s NCAA tournament bracket is comprised of 32 matches in the first round (64 teams), so a unfilled, blank bracket doesn’t discriminate like our POTUS might.  That means if all else fails in your search for a proper WBB bracket, then one can print out the blank bracket for the men’s side and no one would know the difference. That said, we’ll still provide you links and sources for the women’s game and tournament, so you can download, print and use a proper bracket meant for the NCAA Womens.

 

NCAA.com’s Blank Bracket for WBB

Of course, the NCAA.com just doesn’t provide the men’s side of the tournament bracket. They are also the official source for the women’s bracket for the college tournament. You can visit their site and look at their March Madness bracket to really get you to map all the frenetic action of the annual women’s championship tournament.

NCAA Women’s College Basketball Champions Since 2000

NCAA Champions the Last 18 years
Year Champion Loser Final Arena City State
2017 South Carolina Mississippi State 67–55 American Airlines Center  Dallas Texas
2016 Connecticut Syracuse 82–51 Bankers Life Fieldhouse  Indianapolis Indiana
2015 Connecticut Notre Dame 63–53 Amalie Arena  Tampa Florida
2014 Connecticut Notre Dame 79–58 Bridgestone Arena  Nashville Tennessee
2013 Connecticut Louisville 93–60 New Orleans Arena  New Orleans  Louisiana
2012 Baylor Notre Dame 80–61 Pepsi Center  Denver Colorado
2011 Texas A&M Notre Dame 76–70 Conseco Fieldhouse  Indianapolis Indiana
2010 Connecticut Stanford 53–47 Alamodome  San Antonio Texas
2009 Connecticut Louisville 76–54 Scottrade Center  St. Louis  Missouri
2008 Tennessee Stanford 64–48 St. Pete Times Forum  Tampa Florida
2007 Tennessee Rutgers 59–46 Quicken Loans Arena  Cleveland  Ohio
2006 Maryland Duke 78–75 (OT) TD Garden  Boston  Massachusetts
2005 Baylor Michigan State 84–62 RCA Dome  Indianapolis  Indiana
2004 Connecticut Tennessee 70–61 New Orleans Arena  New Orleans  Louisiana
2003 Connecticut Tennessee 73–68 Georgia Dome  Atlanta  Georgia
2002 Connecticut Oklahoma 82–70 Alamodome  San Antonio Texas
2001 Notre Dame Purdue 68–66 Savvis Center  St. Louis  Missouri
2000 Connecticut Tennessee 71–52 First Union Center  Philadelphia  Pennsylvania

As you can see, since the turn of the century, the University of Connecticut has dominated the women’s tournament; having won more than half of the championships since 2000. Specifically, they’ve take home 10 of the last 18 champion trophies. In fact, they won three consecutive with Diana Taurasi and Swin Cash, two straight with Maya Moore and Tina Charles, then four consecutive with Breanna Stewart leading them for three of those titles. The 18 titles before the year 2000? Connecticut only won one championship during the span from 1982-1999.

All of the Lady Huskies that were named the Most Outstanding Players in their year’s bracket have gone on to be WNBA All-Stars and impacted the women’s game significantly. Who will be this year’s championship M.O.P., and potentially the next professional female basketball superstar?

If you know of any other women’s brackets we failed to include in this post, please share with us in the links in the comments section below.

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