Women's NCAA Selection Show: Time, TV Coverage And More

The field for the Women's 2012 NCAA tournament is set to be announced on Monday evening as ESPN bracketologist Charlie Creme is predicting that the four No. 1 seeds in each region will be the Baylor Lady Bears (34-0), Stanford Cardinal (28-1), Notre Dame Fighting Irish (29-2) and UConn Lady Huskies (27-4).

Interestingly enough, the No. 2 seed that is projected to play in Baylor's region is the Tennessee Lady Volunteers. The Lady Vols head coach has won 8 national championships and the team captured their third consecutive tourney crown with Sunday's win over LSU in Nashville. Could Baylor and Tennessee clash in the elite eight?

Creme also has the Texas Longhorns in the tournament, placing as a No. 11 seed and are recognized as potentially being one of the last four teams selected into the tournament. If Texas keeps their No. 11 seed, they will be seeded in the same spot as their male counterparts in the 2012 tournament.

When: Monday, 7 p.m. EST

TV: ESPN

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