USC Freshman Juju Watkins had an electric season, averaging 27 points a game, including a 51 point explosion vs. Stanford. Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports

There is no denying Caitlin Clark is awesome. From breaking the NCAA record in points to buzzer-beating logo threes, she is undeniably a superstar. All of the attention and praise she is getting is fully deserved. However, the historic women’s basketball season is not limited to just Caitlin Clark.

Stanford has had an immensely successful and historic season too. From head coach Tara VanDerveer becoming the winningest coach in NCAA history, to topping the incredibly deep PAC-12 in the regular season behind the star power of Cameron Brink and Kiki Irafen.  This is all the more impressive considering they are playing in the deepest conference in the nation. With six teams in the top 25 including three top 10 teams and players like USC’s Juju Watkins and Utah’s Alissa Pili they are as talented as any other conference. Don’t be surprised if an underdog team from the PAC-12 makes a deep March Madness run.

After losing five players to the WNBA including first overall pick Aliyah Boston, expectations for the South Carolina Gamecocks were slightly lower than usual. However, they have been more dominant than ever, going undefeated for the first time ever, through both blowouts and buzzer-beating threes. In terms of an overbearing and dominant dynasty, the Gamecocks have it in spades. 

While Caitlin Clark is having a historic season, so is the rest of the association. During this March Madness, tune into Iowa games, but also to support the local Stanford team. Tune into games to root for (or against) the dominance of South Carolina. Tune into games to witness the final battle of the PAC-12. This March, watch women’s basketball.