While the 64-team field will not be announced until 9 p.m. ET on ESPNU, there are 32 school names, you are guaranteed to see on the screen during the Selection Show by virtue of automatic berths.
To make it easy for you to check those teams off your list, check out the chart below, which includes each league’s regular season champion and, if applicable conference tournament champion.
If a league’s automatic berth was claimed via conference tournament champion or playoff in the case of the Ivy League, that school is listed in column 3.
In the conferences without tournaments, the regular season champions are listed in column 2. In the event of a co-champions, the team that will be awarded the NCAA automatic berth is marked with an asterisk.
Twenty-one teams punched their tickets with one week remaining via conference tournament wins. Four more claimed their spots with outright conference titles.
The final seven automatic berths were sewed up this weekend with two coming in conference tournaments. Creighton added the Big East Tournament title to its regular season crown and Missouri State doing the same in the Missouri Valley Conference.
Texas won the outright Big 12 title, while the other four berths were settled via tiebreaker.
Louisville and Pittsburgh were crowned ACC co-champions, but the Cardinals are the automatic qualifier.
In the Big Ten, Penn State and Nebraska shared the title, but the Huskers will earn the league’s automatic berth.
In the SEC, Florida and Kentucky were co-regular season champs, but the Gators will officially represent the league.
In the West Coast Conference, its came down to a co-championship for BYU and San Diego, with the Toreros nabbing the automatic berth.
|Conference||Regular Season Title||Tournament Title/Playoff|
|America East||Albany||Stony Brook|
|Atlantic Sun||Kennesaw State||Kennesaw State|
|Big Sky||Sacramento State||North Dakota|
|Big South||High Point||Radford|
|Big Ten||Nebraska*; Penn State|
|Big West||Cal Poly|
|Colonial||College of Charleston||James Madison|
|Conference USA||WKU; North Texas||Western Kentucky|
|Horizon league||Cleveland State||Cleveland State|
|Ivy League||Princeton; Yale||Princeton (playoff win)|
|Mid-American (MAC)||Ball State (West); Miami (OH), Bowling Green (East)||Miami (Ohio)|
|Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC)||North: UMES; South: Bethune-Cookman, Florida A&M||Howard|
|Missouri Valley||Missouri State||Missouri State|
|Mountain West||Colorado State|
|Northeast Conf.||Central Connecticut State; LIU Brooklyn; Bryant||LIU Brooklyn|
|Ohio Valley||Austin Peay||Austin Peay|
|Southland||Stephen F. Austin||Central Arkansas|
|Southwestern (SWAC)||Alabama State||Alabama State|
|Sun Belt||Coastal Carolina||Coastal Carolina|
|WAC||New Mexico State||Cal State Bakersfield|
|WCC||BYU; San Diego*|
|* – indicates team earns automatic berth via tiebreaker|