Michigan (17-14) at Toledo (19-13), 7 p.m. ET – Michigan senior Cyesha Goree earned her second straight All-Big Ten second-team nod, freshman Katelynn Flaherty became the first Wolverine in school history to earn Sixth Player of the Year, and senior Shannon Smith earned honorable mention for the second straight year. UM leads the all-time series with Toledo, 11-7. Rockets junior Brenae Harris will square off against her old team – she played two seasons for Michigan (2011-13), averaging 2.5 points, 0.9 rebounds, 0.4 assists and 0.5 steals in 10.6 minutes per contest. Toledo has two players who hail from London, England -- Jay-Ann Bravo-Harriott and Janice Monakana.
Eastern Washington (21-11) at Sacramento State (17-15), 10 p.m. ET – Eastern Washington’s Round 1 victory against Washington State was the first postseason win in program history, and 21 victories ties the program’s high-water mark for wins. Freshman Delaney Hodgins had one of the best rookie seasons in program history, netting Big Sky Conference Outstanding Freshman honors. EWU is 27-14 all-time against Sacramento State. The Hornets lead all of NCAA Division I with 12.5 3-pointers made per game, 16.7 steals per game, 20 offensive rebounds per game and a plus-11.88 turnover margin. Sacramento State is third scoring at 86.2 points per game and 25th with 15.9 assists per game.
Fresno State (23-9) at Saint Mary’s (21-10), 10 p.m. ET – Under first-year head coach Jaime White, defense has been a staple as Fresno State is the only team in the Mountain West that ranked in the top three in scoring defense, field goal percentage defense, 3-point percentage defense, blocks and steals. With their 79-73 win over San Francisco, the Bulldogs earned their first postseason win over a non-conference team since 2006. For Saint Mary’s, Shannon Mauldin is coming off a career-high 32 points in the team’s first-round WNIT win over Hawaii. Mauldin is now averaging 10.9 ppg and continues to lead the Gaels in steals, assists and blocks.