CSTV.com's Road To 64 - March 17 Edition

Provided by Jerry Palm, CollegeRPI.com
Spokane
Stanford, March 22 and 24
1. *Stanford
16. *Cornell

8. Nebraska
9. DePaul


Old Dominion, March 23 and 25
4. Utah
13. *Miami (Ohio)

5. Vanderbilt
12. *Chattanooga


New Mexico, March 22 and 24
2. *Texas A&M
15. *San Diego

7. Syracuse
10. Michigan State


Maryland, March 23 and 25
3. Duke
14. *East Tennessee State

6. George Washington
11. Illinois State



New Orleans
Fairfield, March 23 and 25
1. *Connecticut
16. *Jackson State

8. Georgia
9. Minnesota


Stanford, March 23 and 25
4. California
13. *Montana

5. Kansas State
12. *SMU


LSU, March 22 and 24
2. LSU
15. *Cleveland State

7. Ohio State
10. Georgia Tech


LSU, March 22 and 24
3. Baylor
14. *Fresno State

6. Pittsburgh
11. *Hartford

Greensboro
Purdue, March 23 and 25
1. *North Carolina
16. *Bucknell

8. Iowa
9. *Liberty


New Mexico, March 22 and 24
4. Oklahoma
13. *New Mexico

5. Louisville
12. Green Bay


Des Moines, March 22 and 24
2. Rutgers
15. *Coppin State

7. UTEP
10. Iowa State


Old Dominion, March 22 and 24
3. *Old Dominion
14. *Robert Morris

6. Virginia
11. Temple



Oklahoma City
Purdue, March 23 and 25
1. *Tennessee
16. *Oral Roberts

8. Wyoming
9. *Purdue


Des Moines, March 22 and 24
4. Oklahoma State
13. *UCSB

5. West Virginia
12. *Western Kentucky


Maryland, March 23 and 25
2. Maryland
15. *Texas-San Antonio

7. Texas
10. *Xavier


Fairfield, March 23 and 25
3. Notre Dame
14. *Murray State

6. *Marist
11. Arizona State

Notes on the bracket
Seeds and locations are not matched yet. The committee matches seeds with locations after it fills out the bracket on Selection Monday.
This year, the women have moved to the same pod system the men use. Unlike the men, teams are still allowed to play on their home court in the tournament.

Conferences with more than one bid:

8: Big 12, Big East
5: ACC, Big Ten
4: SEC
3: Atlantic-10, Mountain West, Pac-10
2: C-USA, Horizon
Last four in: Arizona State, Michigan State, Temple, Green Bay
Close, but NIT (Not In Tournament): Auburn, James Madison, Gonzaga, TCU
The selection committee (year term expires):
  • Judy Southard (09) - LSU - Chair
  • Tina Cheatham (10) - Southland Conf
  • Richard Ensor (11) - MAAC
  • Heather Gores - Gonzaga (12)
  • Marilyn McNeil (11) - Monmouth
  • Jane Meyer (10) - Iowa
  • Lisa Parker (09) - Boise State
  • James Phillips (12) - Northern Illinois
  • Jaclyn Silar (10) - Duke
  • Camden Wood Selig (11) Western Kentucky
Teams marked with a * either have already received automatic bids or are current leaders of conferences with automatic bids.

The conference leader is defined as the team with the highest RPI among those with the fewest conference losses. Once the conference tournament seeding is determined, the conference leader is the highest seed still alive.