Follow-up of conference tournaments: automatic auctions for NCAA media, schedules, scores, media updates

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More and more teams are seeing their seasons end.

And across the country, bubbles are popping up and resumes are building. Friday of the conference tournaments will strengthen the support of the NCAA tournament. We have you covered for what you need to watch and where. Below is the Friday tournament schedule with links to all media, including live updates.

Here are the conference tournaments in action on Friday:

We have more information below about all the other teams that have already got their place in the dance.

Make sure you bookmark / bookmark this page, as this is where you'll want to check in frequently to get the fastest and most up-to-date updates on NCAAs recipients.

2019 Conference Tournaments
Conference Tournament website Appointment Champion
AAC Memphis, Tenn. March 14-17
ACC Charlotte, N.C. March 12-16
East America Campus sites March 9, 12 and 16
Atlantic 10 Brooklyn, N.Y. March 13-17
Atlantic Sun Campus sites March 4-10 Freedom
Big East New York March 13-16
Great sky Boise, Idaho March 11-16
Great south Campus sites March 5-10 Gardner-Webb
Big Ten Chicago, Ill. March 13-17
Big 12 Kansas City March 13-16
Big West Anaheim March 14-16
Colonial North Charleston, S.C. March 9-12 Northeast
USA Conference Frisco, Texas March 13-16
League horizon Detroit March 5-12 Northern Kentucky
Ivy League New Haven, Conn. March 16-17
MAAC Albany, N.Y. March 7-11 Iona
MAC Campus sites
Cleveland, Ohio
March 11-16
MEAC Norfolk, Virginia March 11-16
Missouri Valley Saint Louis March 7-10 Bradley
West Mountain Las Vegas March 13-16
Northeast Campus sites March 6th, 9th and 12th Fairleigh Dickinson
Valley of Ohio Evansville, Ind. March 6 to 9 Murray State
Pac-12 Las Vegas March 13-16
Patriot Campus sites March 5, 7, 10 and 13 Colgate
SECOND Nashville, Tenn. March 13-17
From South Asheville, N.C March 8-11 Wofford
Southland Katy, Texas March 13-17
Mountain peak Sioux Falls, S.D. March 9-12 State of North Dakota
Sun belt New Orleans March 12-17
SWAC Birmingham, Ala. March 12, 15-16
WAC Las Vegas March 13-16
Western coast Las Vegas March 7-12 Saint Mary's

And here's what you need to know about other people who have already received their ticket.

Patriot: Colgate

For the first time since 1996, the Colgate Raiders will compete in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. Colgate, the seed, beat Bucknell, number 2, 94-80 on Wednesday night to get his hands on an offer. The Raiders are 24-10; it's the most winning season in the history of the school.

Patience has borne fruit. Matt Langel is in his eighth season at Colgate and has brought the program back to the fore. The Patriot League brings new blood to the NCAAs; Bucknell had won three of the previous conference tournaments. The league has sent six different programs in the last eight years. A lot of variety in one of the most underrated American mid-major leagues. Colgate follows, potentially, as a seed No. 14.

WCC: Saint Mary & # 39; s

Well, we have a stunner.

Tuesday night in WCC final, second seed Saint Mary's – who had little or no chance of winning an auction with a defeat against No. 1 Gonzaga in the league match – thwarted Gonzaga 60-47 to win automatic bidding and give the program his seventh NCAA tournament appearance in 18 seasons under Randy Bennett.

It was the first victory of the school against a ranked No. 1 team in history. In fact, it was the first time that SMC had won one of the top 10 ranked AP teams. Saint Mary's slammed Gonzaga's perfect run to the WCC and potentially jeopardized the Zags' No. 1 seed prospects. We will have to wait and see Sunday's selection. It is always a congested ground for the first line; As of Thursday night, the only real chance for a No. 1 seed is Virginia.

Horizon: Northern Kentucky

No. 2 North Kentucky He was dominant from the start of the game for the Horizon League title, beating No. 1 Wright State 77-66 and avenging defeat against the champion. This is the second appearance of Big Dance in three seasons for the Nordiques, who are not even ten years old in Division I. John Brannen is an underrated coach.

NEC: Fairleigh Dickinson

In the NEC title game, No. 2 Fairleigh Dickinson defeated No. 1 St. Francis (PA) 85-76 on the Red Flash floor, giving the Knights their second appearance in the NCAA under coach Greg Herenda; FDU is for the last time in the most important category in 2016. The match for the NEC title is often dramatic, but it is controlled by St. Francis most of the night. This is the sixth time that FDU participates in NCAAs.

Colonial: Northeast

And in the CAA finals, the # 1 Hofstra fell to Vasa Pusica and N ° 2 northeast, 82-74. Pusica had lost his mind, losing seven goals to three and thus lowering pride and senior outlaw Justin Wright-Foreman, who is the second-leading college basketball scorer this season (27.0). For the Northeast, this is the Huskies' second trip with coach Bill Coen, the first to return in 2015.

Summit: State of North Dakota

Meanwhile, the Summit League championship has seen No. 4 State of North Dakota Omaha 73-63, number 2, is making his second NCAA in five seasons under Dave Richman. Bison is a seed of 16 seeds. Incredibly, just two leagues out of eleven saw their number one seed win the automatic auction: Wofford at SoCon and Iona at MAAC.

MAAC: Iona

The MAAC Tournament Championship match went to Iona for the fourth consecutive season. The Tim Cluess Gaels beat Monmouth 81-60 in a No. 1 vs. No. 6 match. Iona has achieved the NCAAs in six out of nine seasons under Cluess, making it one of the most consistent in the middle of the last decade. Iona is likely to be a seed of 16 in what has been a good year, but it's not a vintage Gaels team, top-notch offensive.

SoCon: Wofford

the Wofford Terriers It will take a series of 20 wins and the Southern Conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament with what should be a quality seed.

The Terriers came back to win Monday night against UNC Greensboro, 70-58, in the SoCon title match. In doing so, Mike Young's team could create another line of seeds. Jerry Palm introduced Wofford as a seed of eight. A 7 or a 6 is it possible? Why not? This is the fifth NCAA tournament participation in the program's history, all coming since 2010.

Atlantic Sun: Freedom

the Flames of freedom are on the way to the fourth big dance in the history of the school. Liberty s is imposed for the second time this season in the Lipscomb lead pack, in a game featuring 23 lead changes. A 74-68 final means that the 2018-2019 Flames squad joined the 1993-94, 2003-04 and 2012-13 teams to take another step. A seed of 13 is likely for the 28-6 flames.

Liberty won despite the most hilarious and blatant flop of college basketball this season.

Great South: Gardner-Webb

Sunday afternoon, Gardner-Webb defeated second-seeded Radford – the reigning champion of the current Big South tournament – to make his first NCAA tournament in the history of the program. The Runnin & # 39; Bulldogs have deserved well: before beating Radford, Gardner-Webb knocked head-to-head Campbell home in the semi-final of Big South. Newcomers to the tournament rank as a seed 16 in Sunday's selection.

Missouri Valley: Bradley

In the Missouri Valley Tournament, Bradley went into history: the Braves only scored 15 points at halftime against northern Iowa, before missing an 18-point deficit to win the biggest win of return of the history of the MVC title. The final: 57-54. The Braves will participate in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 13 years. Back in 2006, Bradley was in a lot; Sunday's win is the school's first conference tournament championship since 1988. Bradley will be ranked 15th or 16th according to the way conference tournaments of major importance take place in the coming week.

Valley of Ohio: Murray State

On Saturday night, the Ohio Valley Conference tournament presented the first of 68 bids at the 2019 NCAA. Murray State played a solid game and won 77-65 against Belmont, which created an interesting debate on the bubbles. Murray State's victory means Ja Morant, a potential pick of the top-five picks in the 2019 NBA draft, will be back in the NCAAs for a second consecutive season.

The Racers, who appear to be a seed of 13, will be watching regardless of which team they will face in the first round. With the talent of Morant, this team is obviously a prime candidate for the Cinderella story the first weekend. At 27-4, Matt McMahon's team poses a real threat to just about every person she will see in the NCAA Tournament. The riders will have the longest official expectation of all teams up to the selection Sunday: eight days.