Women's NCAA Tournament 2011 Bracket Update: Louisville, Georgetown, Oklahoma Score Upsets

The 2011 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament finally saw some upsets after a bracket composed largely of chalk, Underdogs Louisville, Oklahoma, and Georgtown punched their tickets to the Sweet 16, along with UConn, who's not about to sneak up on anybody any time soon.

No. 1 UConn, which stomped No. 9 Purdue 64-40, and No. 5 Georgetown will play each other next after the Hoyas beat No. 4 Maryland, 79-57. That's not really all that big of an upset, but you take what you can get in this bracket. The two Big East teams will square off in Philly on March 27.

No. 7 Louisville topped No. 2 Xavier 85-75. They'll advance to take on No. 11 Gonzaga, which until Tuesday night had been responsible for just about all of the tourney's upsets thus far. That game is set for March 26 in Spokane, with the winner likely getting Stanford.

No. 6 Oklahoma outlasted No. 3 Miami 88-83, getting No. 2 Notre Dame March 26 in Dayton.

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