All one, two, three and four seeds host a subregional, so Carmichael will feature the Heels' game as well as #5 Minnesota vs #12 UNLV.
North Carolina defeated Harvard in the first round of the 1996 NCAA Tournament at Carmichael. The Heels' athleticism proved too much for Harvard which fell 78-53.
Vanderbilt is the top seed in the Midwest and Tennessee is the second seed.
Duke is the number one seed in the East. Two other ACC teams have been invited as the Mideast regional has #8 seed Virginia and #11 seed Clemson.
#9 Arizona State
#11 Brigham Young
#3 Iowa State
#7 North Dame
#10 New Mexico
#15 Georgia State
Friday-Saturday, March 15-16 -- (32 first-round games at 16 different sites -- 16 games at each of the eight sites each day). ESPN will broadcast two games on Friday (on ESPN2) and four games on Saturday (two on ESPN and two on ESPN2).
Sunday-Monday, March 17-18 -- (16 second-round games at 16 different sites -- one game at each of the eight sites each day). ESPN will broadcast 10 games (three on ESPN and seven on ESPN2) while NCAA Productions will produce the other six second-round games for regional distribution.
Saturday, March 23 -- (eight regional semifinal games at four different sites -- two games at each of the four sites). Games start at approximately 11:30 a.m. ET and end at approximately 1:30 a.m. ET.
Monday, March 25 -- (four regional finals -- one game at each of the four sites). The East Regional final is 7 p.m. ET on ESPN, the Mideast Regional final is 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2, the Midwest Regional final is 9 p.m. ET and the West Regional final is 9:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2.
Friday, March 29 -- National semifinals -- two games -- tentative tipoff of semifinal No. 1 is 7:07 p.m. ET on ESPN. Time buffer between games is 30 minutes.
Sunday, March 31 -- National Championship at San Antonio-- tip is approximately 8:37 p.m. ET on ESPN.
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Head Coach: Kathy Delaney-Smith
22-5, 13-1 Ivy League
Harvard women's hoops win 13 straight, Ivy title, and playoff berth
Sat. Nov. 17 WAGNER W 77-54
Tue. Nov. 20 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 77-93
Sat.-Sun. Nov. 24 at Fairfield Tournament
vs. Fairfield, W 68-62
vs. Villanova, L 51-59
Fri. Nov. 30 at Commerce Bank-Wildcat Classic-Manhattan, KS
vs. Idaho St., W 68-56
Sat. Dec. 1 at Commerce Bank-Wildcat Classic Consolation/Championship
vs. Kansas St. L 56-72
Wed. Dec. 5 at Central Connecticut W 66-53
Tue. Dec. 11 RHODE ISLAND W 86-82
Sat. Dec. 15 at Northeastern W 66-62
Thu. Dec. 20 at Syracuse L 66-78
Sun. Dec. 30 BUCKNELL W 67-44
Wed. Jan. 2 MANHATTAN W 75-69
Sat. Jan. 5 DARTMOUTH W 88-77
Fri. Jan. 11 at Princeton L 55-59
Sat. Jan. 12 at Pennsylvania W 75-56
Mon. Jan. 28 at Colgate W 80-67
Fri. Feb. 1 at Brown W 63-51
Sat. Feb. 2 at Yale W 61-57
Fri. Feb. 8 COLUMBIA W 79-57
Sat. Feb. 9 CORNELL W 64-58
Fri. Feb. 15 PENNSYLVANIA W 59-55
Sat. Feb. 16 PRINCETON W 78-70
Fri. Feb. 22 at Cornell W 77-75 (2OT)
Sat. Feb. 23 at Columbia W 61-49
Fri. Mar. 1 YALE W 77-65
Sat. Mar. 2 BROWN W 76-63
Tue. Mar. 5 at Dartmouth W 58-42