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Will Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Breanna Stewart lead UConn to a third straight national title?
It's March, which means the madness is right around the corner, as the nation's best teams will do battle to earn a berth in Tampa for the Final Four on April 5 and 7.
It also means it's a great time to sign up for the 2015 Women's Tournament Challenge. After the brackets are revealed on March 16, come back to make your picks for the NCAA women's tournament and follow along with the action when games tip off March 20 all the way to the Final Four.
The object of the game is simple, especially for those who have played in bracket games through the years. Select the teams you think will win each of the 63 tournament games, from the first round on March 20-21 all the way to the championship game April 7. You'll get points for each game you pick correctly, with the points increasing as the tournament progresses. Remember to make all your picks before the first round tips off, but after that, just tune in to the ESPN family of networks to watch all the action unfold. (All women's tournament games will be on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ESPN Full Court, as well as WatchESPN.)
If you score the most points, you'll have a chance to win a $5,000 Best Buy gift card.
Will Geno Auriemma lead the mighty Connecticut women to a 10th national crown and a three-peat for the second time? They'll be tough to take down, but among the top challengers are former conference foe Notre Dame, South Carolina, Maryland and long-time rival Tennessee.
You can fill out up to 10 brackets, so you can have some fun in making your picks. Will you decide to go chalk and pick all the favorites? Or are you more apt to go upset-happy, or even pick teams based on mascots or school colors? Whatever you decide, it's all about having fun and a rooting interest in all of the games.
Best of luck as you take your shot toward women's bracket glory.
Have a group you'd like others to join? Do you think one of the underdogs can pull off a major upset? Let yourself be heard or just see what others have to say on the Women's Tournament Challenge Forum.