NCAA Tournament: Sweet Sixteen in Full Swing

With the NCAA women's basketball tournament in full swing, WNBA stars are putting their hoops expertise on the line. For starters you can peruse the heavily alma mater and family related prognostication of Nneka Ogwumike (LA Sparks and Stanford) below. Additionally, Indiana Fever superstar Tamika Catchings kept it in the family by volunteering Tennessee as the eventual champion, and Chicago Sky post-presence Sylvia Fowles joined President Obama in predicting another UConn title.

While on the subject of Ogwumike's, Nneka's younger sister Chiney isn't just talented on the court for Stanford, but also explores her musical passions elsewhere on campus in support of Nerd Nation. Enjoy the newest YouTube sensation below and be sure to check back to WNBA.com for the 2014 Draft, where Chiney may indeed join her big sister in the professional women's basketball ranks.

In addition to Ogwumike and Stanford reaching the Sweet Sixteen, undefeated Connecticut and also-undefeated Notre Dame also advanced. Odyssey Sims-led led Baylor also reached the second weekend of play. Check out the full list below and the bracket on espnW.

Region: Lincoln
Connecticut
BYU
Texas A&M
DePaul

Region: Louisville
Tennessee
Maryland
Louisville
LSU

Region: Stanford
South Carolina
North Carolina
Penn State
Stanford

Region: Notre Dame
Kentucky
Baylor
Notre Dame
Oklahoma State

ESPN Analysis of Sweet Sixteen

Nneka Ogwumike, LA Sparks

Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever

Sylvia Fowles, Chicago Sky

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Video

Sparks vs. Mercury

Diana Taurasi scores 17 points to lead the Mercury to their 16th straight win.

Tina Charles Highlights

Watch Tina Charles' highlights from the Liberty's game versus the Mystics.

Storm vs. Shock

Odyssey Sims scores 21 points and Glory Johnson goes for a double-double in the Shock’s 80-74 win over the Storm.

Mystics vs. Liberty

Tina Charles scores 23 points and pulls down 12 rebounds in the Liberty's 80-76 OT win over the Mystics.

Sky vs. Stars

Kayla McBride scores 16 points to help the Stars take down the Sky, 92-74.