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Baylor, Notre Dame, South Carolina join top overall seed UConn as No. 1s in women's NCAA Tournament

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NEW YORK (AP) — Baylor, Notre Dame, South Carolina join top overall seed UConn as No. 1s in women's NCAA Tournament.
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