Field of 64 set; WNIT already interesting

NCAA Tournament results (tonight’s winners are the last two in):

Longwood 74, Mount St. Mary’s 70

Missouri State 61, Florida State 50

WNIT results:

Alabama 82, Troy 79

Drake 83, Missouri 78

San Diego 76, Cal Baptist 67

Boston College 69, Maine 44

South Dakota State 87, Ohio 57

Minnesota 73, Green Bay 65

Tulane 80, Jacksonville State 36

Wake Forest 71, Akron 59

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule┬áis so exciting!

Tournament news:

Who will be in Minneapolis for the Final Four?

Passion for women’s hoops in the state of Iowa goes back over a century.

College team news:

South Carolina’s march to what they hope will be their second championship has begun.

The Hawkeyes are champing at the bit for an NCAA run.

The rise, fall and rise of Indiana.

Louisville aims to regroup and live up to their No. 1 seeding.

The Tournament is a chance for Maryland to show everything its learned this season.

Michigan enters the Tournament at their peak.

Iowa State is out to erase bad memories.

FGCU brings their distinctive style to their matchup with Virginia Tech.

Nebraska gambled that they’d face Gonzaga in the big dance.

The Arizona-UNLV game will be a sister act……..the Thomas sisters will face off.

Why BYU is embracing the underdog mindset.

North Carolina is looking to fend off Stephen F. Austin.

How Utah transformed in one season.

Fairfield is excited for their Texas challenge in the Tournament.

Hope College has earned a spot in the DIII Championship game.

College player news:

Iowa savant Caitlin Clark is the biggest thing in college basketball.

Maryland’s Diamond Miller says she’s back to being herself.

The determination of South Carolina’s Destiny Littleton.

Aaliyah Edwards is drawing on her Olympic experience for UConn in the postseason.

Sam Thomas begins the final stretch of her storied career at Arizona.

Nevaeh Tot is ready to lead Oklahoma in the dance.

Two Minnesota natives have helped lift Utah to the tourney.

Veronica Burton is set to conquer the WNBA.

College coach news:

Tara VanDerveer has pledged $10 for every made three-pointer in the NCAA Tournament, for aid to Ukraine. Other coaches have joined the effort.

When Utes coach Lynne Roberts new she had a Tournament team.

Texas Southern coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke is retiring.

Nitra Perry has been named interim head coach at West Virginia.

WNBA news:

Brittney Griner’s detention has been extended until May 19, a Russian news agency reports.

A Congresswoman says race and gender are keeping the case low-key.

U.S. State Department officials are still seeking access to Griner.

More details on her confinement.

The WNBA says it’s been working with the government to secure Griner’s release.

Lauren Jackson’s comeback is all going according to plan, she says.