This year’s Kentucky women’s college basketball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament, which is in its first year.
Here’s a look at some of the teams’ best performances in the past three years.1.
Louisville (2015-16)Louisville went 10-1 in its regular season and earned an automatic bid into the NCAA tournament.
The Cardinals lost to North Carolina, which advanced to the Sweet 16 in the first round.
The tournament was the Cardinals first appearance in four years.
The Louisville squad is led by guard Kameron Tatum, who averaged 17.5 points and 8.3 rebounds per game.
The Cardinals won the ACC Tournament title.
The team also won a national championship in 2016, and will play in the Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 2011.
Louisville is the first team to reach a Sweet Sixteenth since the 2011-12 season, when the Cardinals defeated Notre Dame in the championship game.
Tatum also leads the team in rebounding (15.3), assists (4.6), steals (1.6) and blocks (0.7).
The Cardinals are averaging nearly 31 points per game on 43.3 percent shooting.2.
Florida State (2015)The Seminoles won their first ACC Tournament game, beating Virginia Tech, 83-74, in the second round.
This season, the Seminoles lost to Louisville in the Elite Eight, but won the NCAA Championship Game against Virginia, 83, in overtime.
The Seminoles are led by forward Adreian Payne, who has played a career-high 26.4 minutes per game (11.6 per game in ACC play) and is second on the team with 4.3 blocks per game, behind the team leader in assists, guard Kennedy Meeks.
The Blue Devils are also led by senior guard Kasey Hill, who leads the Blue Devils with 10.4 points per contest and is fifth in the ACC with 1.3 steals per game and is tied for second in rebounds per game with 1,066.
The top three players on the Seminole squad are guard A.J. Hammons (10.4), forward Kyle Wiltjer (8.8) and guard Alex Poythress (7.5).
The Seminole women’s team is led the most by point guard Kendall Marshall, who is averaging 22.7 points per outing and is third in the conference in scoring (8,902 points).
She is also third on the squad in assists (1,067) and fourth in rebounds (1 of 6).3.
Duke (2014-15)The Blue Devils went 11-0 and advanced to its first Sweet 16.
The first-seeded Blue Devils have won six straight games and are led the ACC by senior point guard Grayson Allen, who averages 14.7 assists per game for the Blue Devil squad.
Allen is also the team’s leading scorer at 16.4 per game while leading the Blue Demon with 1 point per game over the season.
Duke also has four players averaging at least 18 points per day, leading the ACC in scoring.4.
Miami (2014)The Hurricanes went 12-1 and earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Basketball Tournament.
The Hurricanes have won their last two games and have a 12-0 overall record in ACC basketball.
Miami has the third-best offense in the league at 104.7 possessions per game per game but has scored only 98.1 points per 100 possessions.
The No. 1 player on the Hurricanes squad is sophomore guard Jalen Brunson, who was named the ACC Player of the Year for his performance in his first season with the Hurricanes.
Brunson has averaged 10.8 points and 7.2 rebounds per contest for the Hurricanes, who have won five straight ACC games.5.
Villanova (2014.1)The Wildcats went 12–0 and earned the No. 4 seed in a first-round playoff series.
The Wildcats were upset by No. 2 seed Notre Dame, 101–90, in last year’s Sweet 16, which was their first appearance since 2011-2012.
Villanon is averaging 21.8 rebounds per outing, fifth in ACC history and is sixth in the nation in field goal percentage (53.3).
The Wildcats are led most by guard Myles Turner, who plays for the No