March Madness 2019: Louisville women’s coach watches win from nearby bar Now, the Bruins are playing for their fourth consecutive trip to the Sweet 16.More storylines from Round 1 of the NCAA Women’s Tournament:There were few upsets on Friday with top-seeded teams like UConn, Mississippi State, Louisville, Oregon and Iowa all advancing to the second round. However, they will all be joined by No. 10 Indiana. The Hoosiers erased a 37-29 halftime deficit to upset No. 7 Texas, 69-65. Ali Patberg secured the win with a pair of free throws in the final seconds.Two games went into overtime on the first day of competition. No. 5 Marquette outlasted No. 12 Rice, 58-54, and No. 7 Missouri slipped by No. 10 Drake, 77-76. It took just one free throw from Jordan Roundtree to seal the deal in the final second.The second day of the tournament was just as exciting and ended with a thrilling overtime victory from No. 4 Oregon State. The Beavers almost fell prey to the biggest upset of the tournament when No. 13 Boise State used a second-half push to tie the game. Oregon State survived in the extra period behind sound shooting from the charity stripe. March Madness 2019: Notre Dame top seed of women’s bracket, UConn No. 2 The Vols, who made it into the tournament with an at-large bid, came back from a 17-point deficit before ultimately falling to the Bruins, 89-77. The last time this happened was in 2009 against Ball State. Tennessee is the only program that has competed in every tournament since it was held for women in 1982. Related News So, this one hurts.”Losing doesn’t feel real good,” coach Holly Warlick said.Warlick, whose job could be in jeopardy after the team finished with less than 20 wins for the first time since the 1975-76 season, added: “It’s out of my control. I love this program, I love what it stands for. Do I want to continue coaching? Absolutely. But if it needs to go in a different direction, that’s not up to me.” This almost never happens. The No. 11 Tennessee women’s basketball team has only been ousted from the first round of the NCAA Tournament once before, but Saturday against No. 6 UCLA, the Volunteers made another early exit.