Monday, March 12, 2012
Updated: March 13, 1:28 PM ET
We're in! Teams celebrate
Iowa coach Lisa Bluder high-fives with her team after the Hawkeyes received a No. 9 seed. They will face California in the first round.
|Lisa Bluder and the Iowa Hawkeyes will be making their fifth straight trip to the tournament.|
Coach Pat Summitt and No. 2 seed Tennessee may have to go through Elena Delle Donne and Delaware, and then Brittney Griner and Baylor to reach the Final Four.
|Tennessee has won the most women's basketball titles -- eight -- under coach Pat Summitt.|
No. 16-seed Liberty will face top-seeded Notre Dame in the first round. Harvard, a No. 16 seed, defeated No. 1 seed Stanford in 1998.
|Liberty players shout for joy after their school gets its NCAA matchup.|
Fresno State is the No. 12 seed in the Des Moines region. The Bulldogs play No. 5 Georgetown and Sugar Rodgers.
|Fresno State players raise their arms in celebration when their bracket is revealed.|
Florida players will have a tough road, facing No. 8 seed Ohio State, which features one of the toughest backcourts in the country with Samantha Prahalis and Tayler Hill.
|Florida players show their vertical after being selected for the tournament.|
Julie Wojta and Green Bay finished the season with a 30-1 record but received a No. 7 seed. The Phoenix also have to travel to Ames, Iowa, to face Iowa State.
|Green Bay took a subdued approach when its name was called for the field.|
Connie Yori and Nebraska went all the way to the conference tournament final in their first season in the Big Ten. The No. 6-seeded Cornhuskers play Kansas in the first round.
|Coach Connie Yori and the Nebraska Cornhuskers react to their selection.|
Kentucky won the SEC conference regular-season title. As their reward, the Wildcats received a No. 2 seed and will face McNeese State.
|Kentucky players are all smiles watching the "NCAA Selection Show" on Monday.|
Kansas State will face Princeton in the first round. If the Wildcats win, they will likely face No. 1 seed UConn in the second round.
|Kansas State players fist pump as the Wildcats make the tournament field.|
Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale, back left, and her team are No. 6 seed and will face Michigan. The winner could play No. 3 seed St. John's from the Big East.
|OU is 20-12, but Sherri Coale credited a strong nonconference schedule for the No. 6 seed.|