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UConn Enters NCAA Selection Seeking 4th Straight Title

The Huskies are expected to be the top overall seed in the women's NCAA Tournament that will be announced Monday night
By The News · 14 of March 2016 16:40:38
Brenda Mock Kirkpatrick, UNC Asheville's head coach Brenda Mock Kirkpatrick, center, and her team celebrate after winning the championship game of the NCAA women's Big South college basketball tournament in Asheville, N.C., against Liberty University on Sunday, March 13, 2016. (AP Photo/Ben Earp), No available

NEW YORK – UConn’s run through the season so far and is six wins away from an unprecedented fourth straight national championship.

The Huskies are expected to be the top overall seed in the women’s NCAA Tournament that will be announced Monday night.

UConn (32-0) potentially won’t have to leave the state until the Final Four which is in Indianapolis this year on April 3 and 5.

If UConn can win six more games, coach Geno Auriemma would pass vaunted UCLA men’s basketball coach John Wooden for the most all-time with 11 championships.

Expected to join the Huskies as the other No. 1 seeds are South Carolina, Notre Dame and Baylor. The Huskies have already beaten the Gamecocks and Irish this season.

The top four seeds in each region will host the opening two rounds.

Central Arkansas players hold up the winner's trophy after defeating Sam Houston State in an NCAA college basketball game in the championship of the Southland Conference tournament, Sunday, March 13, 2016, in Katy, Texas. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Central Arkansas players hold up the winner’s trophy after defeating Sam Houston State in an NCAA college basketball game in the championship of the Southland Conference tournament, Sunday, March 13, 2016, in Katy, Texas. Photo: AP/David J. Phillip.

DOUG FEINBERG