Oregon and Quinnipiac are crashing the Sweet 16.
The two double-digit seeds joined a field of mostly top seeds in the women's regional semifinals that will be played next weekend.
It's no shock that No. 1s UConn, Baylor, South Carolina and Notre Dame made it out of the first weekend. Seeing these two newcomers, though, brings an unexpected buzz to the tournament.
It's only the third time in NCAA Tournament history that two double-digit seeds made the regional semifinals.
"It's funny, we never really put a goal on how far we can go, just because we didn't know what we had," No. 10 seed Oregon coach Kelly Graves said after his team beat Duke....