NCAA Women: The Aussie schedule for March Ma…

Although championship contenders Baylor lost Kristy Wallace to injury late in the season, there is still plenty to watch for in the NCAA Women's Tournament in 2018, with four other schools in the top 16 featuring Australian players. #1 seed Mississippi State, Oregon, UCLA, and Stanford will all head into the tournament with lofty goals, whilst for players like Tiana Mangakahia at Syracuse and Stephanie Reid at Buffalo, it is a chance to upset the apple cart and show their elite skills on a national stage, with Syracuse also only two years removed from a trip to the Final Four themselves.

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