How to Collect: NCAAW Tourney Time

Top Bowman U Best Women’s Cards to Collect

Date: Mar 4, 2024
Topics: 2023/24 Bowman U Best Basketball, basketball, NCAAW
Length: 529 Words
Reading Time: ~3 Minutes

It’s finally March! The time when hoops go mad and big-time players step up, turning into unforgettable legends. As the women’s conference tournaments loom large on the horizon, basketball fans everywhere are gearing up for the heart of college hoops hysteria. With the 2023-24 season delivering one jaw-dropping moment after another, it’s been a wild ride, setting the stage for a run of legacy-defining battles. So why not usher in the Madness of March with a bit of Bowman U Best and a list featuring the top women’s players in the product and in conference tourneys throughout the country? ‘Tis the season!

Top Women’s Conference Tournament Hoopers

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SEC: Angel Reese

LSU fell short of an SEC Championship in 2023 — South Carolina took home the crown. But the Lady Tigers won the war, hoisting the National Title thanks to the immaculate play of Reese, a star on and off the court. The 2023 Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player returned to college this year and continued her reign of dominance, averaging a double-double for the third consecutive campaign while leading her squad to a 26-4 record. Expect Reese to shine in this year’s SEC Tournament as she looks to add more jewelry to an already blinged-out ring finger.

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Pac-12: Cameron Brink

Brink enters the Pac-12 Tournament as the nation’s top shot blocker (3.6) and fifth-ranked rebounder (11.9). She’s also Stanford’s second-leading scorer (17.9), a two-time Pac-12 Tournament Champion a projected top-3 pick in 2024. The Conference of Champions tournament boasts several ranked teams with national title aspirations and is must-watch TV. Look for Brink to dominate the screen and chase after Pac-12 title No. 3.

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ACC: Hannah Hidalgo

At just 5-foot-6 and a freshman, Hidalgo is this list’s shortest and youngest member. Neither stop her from playing with a lion’s heart and a veteran’s seasoning. She christened her collegiate career by feeding juggernaut South Carolina 31 points and has since led the ACC in scoring at 23.8 points, spearheaded the nation in steals, averaging an eye-popping 4.8 and broken WNBA star Skylar Diggins’ school record for thefts in a season. Did we mention this is a 5-foot-6 freshman? Hidalgo’s game is massive.

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Big East: Paige Bueckers

Bueckers led the Huskies to two Big East Tournament titles in her first two seasons in Storrs, including in 2021, when she was named the tourney’s Most Outstanding Player. The well-accomplished guard missed the 2022-23 season due to injury, yet UConn still took home its third consecutive conference tournament champion. After grinding her way back to form, Bueckers enters this year’s Big East Tourney as the Huskies’ leading scorer (20.7) and looks to bring a squad that finished the regular season undefeated in conference play its fourth title in four years.

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SEC: Rickea Jackson

Another projected top-3 WNBA draft pick, Jackson enjoyed a phenomenal three seasons at Mississippi State, where she even led the conference in points (20.3) as a junior in Starkvegas before transferring to Rocky Top, where she’s continued handing out buckets. Though Tennessee hasn’t won an SEC Tournament since 2014, Jackson, the team’s leading scorer (19.7) and rebounder (7.9), has the chops to help the Lady Vols get back on top and halt South Carolina’s run of tourney dominance.


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