Albany, Long Beach State, Miami (Oh.), Florida A&M, Jackson State and New Mexico State, welcome to the dance. All won their respective conference tournament championships, and are all super-great.Brackets(2) Albany 60, (1) Vermont 59
LBSU is the only double-champion from Saturday, following up a regular-season title with a tourney championship. Of three No. 1 versus No. 2 matchups, four were won by the No. 2 seed.
And there was one: the Southland final wraps up Championship Fortnight.
Autobids: Pennsylvania, Winthrop, Eastern Kentucky, Davidson, Creighton, Virginia Commonwealth, Niagara, Wright State, Oral Roberts, North Texas, Central Connecticut State, Weber State, Holy Cross, Albany, Long Beach State, Miami (Oh.), Florida A&M, Jackson State, New Mexico State.
NIT: Austin Peay, Marist, East Tennessee State, South Alabama, Toledo, Vermont, Delaware State, Mississippi Valley State (and Southern Illinois). That's eight, which doesn't leave a lot of room in a 32-team field for mid-major "at-larges."
| GameFlo(1) Long Beach State 94, (2) Cal Poly 83
| GameFlo(4) Miami (Oh.) 53, (2) Akron 52
| GameFlo(2) Florida A&M 58, (1) Delaware State 56
| GameFlo(2) Jackson State 81, (1) Mississippi Valley State 71
| GameFlo(2) New Mexico State 72, (4) Utah State 70
Will turn into a boxscore once play is compete.Southland
FinalNorthwestern State vs. Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiGood Night
To lose, to sleep... to sleep, perchance to dream. Cal Poly, Akron and Utah State, your summer slumbers have just begun. These programs will have to hibernate eight long months in suspended animation before they can avenge their late losses on the court again: ay, there's the rub.
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