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First Round
March 14-15

Second Round
March 16-17

March 21, 23

Reg onals
March 22, 24

Second Round
March 16-17

First Round
March 14-15

1 Duke

16 Winthrop
8 Notre Dame
9 Charlotte


Pick the most winners and receive a
party with 10 pizzas from Pizza House

Maryland 1

Alcorn St./Siena 16
Wisconsin 8
St. John's 9

5 Indiana

Marquette 5

12 Utah

4 Southern Cal
13 UNC Wilmington
6 California
11 Pennsylvania
3 Pittsburgh
14 Cent. Conn. State



Tulsa 12
Kentucky 4
Valparaiso 13


Texas Tech 6

7 Oklahoma State

10 Kent State
2 Alabama
15 Florida Atlantic

March 30

March 30

1 Cincinnati

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16 Boston University
9 Mississippi

Georgia 3
Murray State 14

Southern Illinois 11

North Carolina St. 7


April 1

Michigan State 10
Connecticut 2
Hampton 15
Kansas 1
Holy Cross 16
Stanford 8
Western Kentucky 9
Florida 5
Creighton 12
Illinois 4
San Diego State 13


5 Miami (Fla.)

12 Missouri
4 Ohio State
13 Davidson

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6 Gonzaga,



11 Wyoming
3 Arizona
14 Cal-Santa Barbara



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7 Xavier,

10 HawaiiI
2 Oklahoma
15 Illinois-Chicago



Texas 6
Boston College 11
Mississippi State 3
FMcNeese State 14
Wake Forest 7
Pepperdine 10
Oregon 2
Montana 15


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must bring in your completed bracket to The
Michigan Daily (420 Maynard Street) before
the tournament begins Thursday morning.

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than Arizona as the No. 3 seed in the West.
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Total Points in
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The first round games are worth one point, two in the second round, then three, four, five and six for the other rounds

Hoyas decline bid as NIT announces field

NEW YORK (AP) - The Atlantic
10, which had only Xavier selected for
the NCAA tournament, had five teams
picked Sunday night for the NIT's
expanded 40-team field.
One name missing from the list was
Georgetown, which lost in the quarter-
finals of the Big East tournament and
finished 19-11.
Hoyas coach Craig Esherick said
Sunday night he just couldn't accept
the invitation because his team was
going to be sent on the road and he
didn't want his players missing classes.
"We wanted to play but didn't want

to play at all costs. We're in school
now," he said. "Last year we spent two
weeks out West and didn't want to do it
The Hoyas .were in the West Region
of the NCAA Tournament last season,
playing two games in Boise, Idaho,
before losing to Maryland in the
regional semifinal in Anaheim, Calif.
"We couldn't use our home court,
the MCI Center, because it's the site of
the NCAA Tournament's first two
rounds this week," Esherick said. "It
got to the point that since we couldn't
have a home game we wanted to be

playing closer to home to not miss
class. After a while I said 'Look,
maybe we're better off not doing it."'
NIT executive director Jack Powers
confirmed travel was the reason.
"They just could not work out travel
arrangements," he said Sunday.
The only other team to ever turn
down an NIT bid was Louisville in
1987, when the Cardinals were 18-14 a
year after winning the national cham-
Richmond, Saint Joseph's, St.
Bonaventure, Temple and Dayton were
selected for the NIT, which gets under
way Tuesday night with five games.
Through the first four rounds, all
games are played at campus sites.
The semifinals and championship
game are at New York's Madison
Square Garden on March 26 and 28.
Conference USA was next with four
teams - South Florida, Louisville,
Memphis and Houston - while the
Big East, Mountain West and South-
eastern Conference each had three.
The Ivy League had two teams
selected, Princeton and Yale.
The addition of eight teams to the
field means eight opening-round
games, with the winners moving into
the first round.
The first-round games to be played

Tuesday have Arizona State at UNLV
and Princeton at Louisville.
"If you make it there, Madison
Square Garden is probably the most
exciting place to play in college bas-
ketball," said first-year Louisville
coach Rick Pitino, who coached the
NBA's New York Knicks in that build-
ing. "It would be quite an experience
for us if we could get there."

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It's tourney time!
Think you're better than the NIT?
Well that is the best you are going
to get until Thursday. Watch NCAA
Tournament rejects face off to see
who deserves to be No. 66. Also,
the play-in game for the NCAA Tour-
nament is tonight.
NCAA Tournament
Alcorn State vs. Siena, 7 p.m., ESPN
National Invitational Tournament
Princeton at Louisville, 9 p.m., ESPN
Arizona State at UNLV, 11 p.m., ESPN2
National Invitational Tournament
South Carolina at Virginia, 7:30 p.m.,
Louisiana State at Iowa, 9:30 p.m.,
Temple at Fresno State, 12 a.m., ESPN



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