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South Carolina, Indiana, Stanford, Virginia Tech top seeds in women's NCAA tournament

The Stanford Cardinal and Virginia Tech Hokies earned the highly-contested final two No. 1 seeds in the 2023 NCAA women's basketball tournament, the bracket for which was revealed exclusively on ESPN as part of Selection Sunday.

On the No. 1 seed line, the Pac-12 regular season co-champion Cardinal and the ACC tournament champion Hokies join the Big Ten regular season champion Indiana Hoosiers, as well as the top overall seed: the undefeated, defending national champion South Carolina Gamecocks.

With reigning national player of the year Aliyah Boston leading the way, South Carolina -- which hasn't lost a game in over a calendar year -- is six wins away from becoming the fourth program to repeat as national champions (joining UConn, Tennessee and USC) as well as the fifth to complete an undefeated season (alongside UConn, Tennessee, Texas and Baylor).