The women’s NCAA Tournament became a lot less predictable with double-digit seeds pulling off a trifecta of upsets. BYU, Belmont and Wright State advanced to the second round Monday with surprising victories. The upsets came a day after the better seeds opened play by winning all 16 game. But on Monday, No. 11 seed BYU held off sixth-seeded Rutgers to get things started. Wright State became the first 13th seed in nine years to win, ousting No. 4 seed Arkansas. And Belmont won its first-ever NCAA game beating No. 5 seed Gonzaga.