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Southeastern Conference powers LSU and Tennessee received No. 1 seeds in the NCAA women's basketball tournament on Sunday, joined by ACC tournament champ North Carolina and a team not usually seen at that level: Michigan State.
The Big Ten tournament champions edged Stanford -- who just last week climbed atop The Associated Press poll for the first time this year -- to take the No. 1 spot in a bracket that's sure to be tough.
That's because the Kansas City Regional includes the top-ranked Cardinal as the No. 2 seed; Connecticut, winner of the last three national championships, gets the No. 3 spot; and Kansas State, runner-up in the Big 12 tournament, was No. 4.
DURHAM, N.C. -- Monique Currie is coming back to help Duke win that elusive national title.
The All-American guard announced Wednesday she will return for her final season, bypassing opportunities in professional basketball for one more year with the Blue Devils.