If the women’s NCAA Tournament begins now, Louisville will join Stanford, South Carolina and North Carolina State as the top seeds.

Although no games from Thursday night were included in the NCAA selection committee’s second reveal, it was the second time that the NCAA selection committee revealed the 16 teams who would be competing for the top 16 seeds.

Tennessee was the top-seed at the Jan. 22 reveal, but the Lady Vols lost three of the four games they played to fall to No. 3.

After the tournament in San Antonio, the second round will be hosted by the top 16 seeds. This is a year since the entire tournament was held in San Antonio. The coronavirus continues to cause problems across the country. However, the NCAA anticipates that the tournament will be played at its usual locations, including on campus campuses for the first weekend.

The regionals will be held in Bridgeport, Greensboro and Spokane, while the Final Four will take place in Minneapolis on April 1st and 3.

The No. The No. Indiana, Baylor, and Oregon would join them. N.C. State would become the Bridgeport Region’s top team and they would also have Michigan, UConn, and Texas. In the original reveal, the Huskies were shown to be moving west to Spokane.

It worked out this way. “Let’s not put UConn at Bridgeport,” Nina King, chair of the NCAA selection committee said.

Stanford remains the No. 1 university in the region. It is still the No. 1 seed in this region, and would be joined at that time by Iowa State and Notre Dame. Louisville is the top seed in Wichita, along with Arizona and Oklahoma.

King stated that the top two lines were “almost all done.” “There was much more discussion about the 3s and 4s.”

This time, Oklahoma and Notre Dame were in the top 16, while Georgia and Kansas State dropped out.

King stated that Oklahoma is doing well and that the teams they are defeating are very good. “No doubt, we talk about them quite a bit during the last reveal. They were only on the outside.”

King stated that the next four teams under consideration for the top 16 were Georgia Tech, Maryland, and Georgia.

On February 28, the NCAA will hold a final reveal before seedings for selection Sunday, March 13, are announced. Lynn Holzman, NCAA Vice President for Women’s Basketball, told the Associated Press that the plan was to move the selection show to Monday next year.