March Madness 2022 (Trends for the NCAA Women’s Tournament)

The “first quartet” of the NCAA Women’s Tournament will take place on Thursday night, and fans and bettors alike are counting hours before the first big game hits. That’s what March Madness is all about, isn’t it?

However, with proper research, some “unlikely” outcomes are actually predictable. With a lot of work and a little luck, these games are always as hard to beat as they seem.

With that in mind, let’s take a look back at some of the trends that are more relevant to the NCAA women’s tournament.

Get this: no seed 4 or below has won the Tournament since it expanded to 64 teams in 1994.

This is a very remarkable statistic and shows that the favorite candidates in the women’s tournament are definitely more than the men’s team. There are several examples of this dominance that we can take a look at.

First of all, the 14th and 15th seed teams are a combination 0-216 straight up for the past 27 years in the league. Not a single win. The 16th seed was 1-108 with the only win being Harvard in 1998. In contrast, the Men’s Tournament saw about 15% of the 14th seed win and 7% of the 15th seed win. .

While this may speak to a potential gap between the good teams in the women’s league and the big teams, let’s not forget that the top seeds had the home field advantage in the early rounds. The results are few and far between inversions; There are a few things to keep in mind when making your daily selections over the next few weeks.

While there’s basically no value in betting a black horse to win the Women’s Tournament, it’s not just the #1 seed that comes out in the lead. The 3rd seed has won 2 times and the 2nd seed 4 times. Compared to the 21 championships that the top seeded teams have, it doesn’t seem like much and it is not. But, it’s nice to know that betting on anything other than the 1st seed is not a total mistake.

Over the past 27 seasons, the second seed has averaged 10.7 wins per year or 2.67 wins per team. The four No. 2 seeds this year are Arizona, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Maryland. Of those teams, Arizona has the best odds WynnBET to win them all with +2500 while Tennessee has the longest odds of +5000.

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John Verrall

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