Printable NCAA Women’s March Madness Bracket 2016

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Breanna Stewart has yet to lose in a national championship game with UConn. She isn’t planning on starting now. (Getty)

For the past three years, it has been UConn’s world and we’ve just been living in it.

That might be true this year too.

The Huskies are, once again, the odds on favorites to clinch a national title – their fourth straight – but they’ve got some competition ahead of them in this year’s NCAA Tournament. Hey, they play the games for a reason, right?

We’ve got a breakdown on the March Madness action and a printable bracket for this year’s tournament.

2016 NCAA Women’s Tournament Printable Bracket

NCAA women's bracket


When it comes to women’s basketball, March was made for UConn and UConn was made for March.

The Huskies, once again, swept through the regular season and notched yet another AAC championship earlier this month and, now, the seemingly unstoppable squad is looking for another national championship. In fact, they’re looking for a fourth straight.

So, how can UConn do it?

Breanna Stewart.

The senior has become the new face of women’s hoops and for good reason. She is as good as advertised and better, a player who is as comfortable in the post blocking shots as she is draining treys from the corner. She’s been an unstoppable force for the Huskies throughout her career and is now looking to sweet national championships during her career.

That’s, well, that’s pretty good.

While UConn is projected as the No. 1 overall seed this year, ESPN has predicted South Carolina, Notre Dame and Baylor as the other top teams in the country.

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