Best Performances of the Final Four All-Time Bracket Challenge

Final Four Best Performances

Welcome to the Best Performances of the Final Four Bracket Challenge presented by www.wbasketballblog.com! We are now in the middle of March in which the NCAA tournament will begin and what better way to start it off then with a bracket challenge? This bracket challenge involves the top 32 players who had great individual performances during the Final Four. The top 32 seeds were decided among a panel of volunteers who put their lists together and the final bracket is a combination of that.

Sheryl Swoopes, A’ja Wilson, and Arike Ogunbowale had some excellent Final Four performances.

There are 4 #1 seeds in this bracket challenge. The final four performances of Sheryl Swoopes in 1993, Arike Ogunbowale in 2018, A’ja Wilson in 2017 and Maya Moore in 2010 were among the top choices among the volunteers committee. (The volunteers committee bios are listed right after the bracket)

Best Performances of the Final Four All-Time Bracket Challenge

Volunteer Committee

Kyle Heywood – Kyle Heywood is one of the hosts of the WNBA Nation podcast. He’s been covering the WNBA since 2017 and has been following NCAAW his entire life. 

David Siegel – David Siegel has been following NCAAW since the 1990’s and he’s covered both the WNBA and NCAAW for a variety of places online over the years.

Seth Walker – Seth Walker has served with the US Air Force from 2002-2010 and has lived in metro Detroit his entire life.  He used the GI Bill to earn my Bachelor’s degree in Journalism.  He covered women’s college basketball and volleyball for the Oakland Post during his time at Oakland University and interned at MLive covering high school football.  At one time, he operated the Sports Source Media blog, which covered high school and college sports in Metro Detroit, both men’s/boy’s and girl’s/women’s sports during it’s run from 2017-18.  In 2020, he briefly took part in a show on YouTube discussing Detroit Red Wings hockey.

Bobbi Mullis – A lifelong women’s basketball enthusiast. A Washington Mystics season ticket holder. A voice for investing in women. An advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. You can follow her on Twitter, IG, and TikTok at @Swaggy_DgB. #InvestInWomen #WBBvsEverybody

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