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Second Round March 15-16

Third Round March 17-18

Regional Semifinals March 22-23

Regional Finals March 24-25

National Semifinals March 31

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

National Semifinals March 31

Regional Finals March 24-25

Regional Semifinals March 22-23

Third Round March 17-18

Second Round March 15-16

First Round March 13-14 (16) Western Kentucky (15-18)
(1) Kentucky (32-2) (16) Miss Valley State/WKU (8) Iowa State (22-10) (9) UConn (20-13) (5) Wichita State (27-5) (12) VCU (28-6) (4) Indiana (25-8) (13) New Mexico State (26-9) (6) UNLV (26-8) (11) Colorado (23-11) (3) Baylor (27-7) (14) South Dakota St. (27-7) (7) Notre Dame (22-11) (10) Xavier (21-12) (2) Duke (27-6) (15) Lehigh (26-7)
Greensboro, N.C. March 16 & 18 Albuquerque, N.M. March 15 & 17 Portland, Ore. March 15 & 17 Louisville, Ky. March 15 & 17

(16) Miss Valley State (21-12)

(14) BYU (25-8) (14) Iona (25-7)

(16) Lamar (23-11) (16) Vermont (23-11)

(12) California (24-9) (12) South Florida (20-13)

First Round March 13-14
(1) Syracuse (31-2) (16) UNC-Asheville (24-9) (8) Kansas State (21-10) (9) Southern Miss (25-8) (5) Vanderbilt (24-10)

NCAA TOURNAMENT

BRACKET
2012

Pittsburgh, Pa. March 15 & 17

Albuquerque, N.M. March 15 & 17

(12) Harvard (26-4) (4) Wisconsin (24-9) (13) Montana (25-6)

SOUTH
ATLANTA

EAST
BOSTON
Nashville, Tenn. March 16 & 18

(6) Cincinnati (24-10) (11) Texas (20-13) (3) Florida State (24-9) (14) St. Bonaventure (20-11) (7) Gonzaga (25-6)
Pittsburgh, Pa. March 15 & 17

(10) West Virginia (19-13) (2) Ohio State (27-7) (15) Loyola (MD) (24-8)

NEW ORLEANS April 2 NEW ORLEANS March 31
Columbus, Ohio March 16 & 18

(1) Michigan State (27-7) (16) LIU Brooklyn (25-8) (8) Memphis (26-8) (9) Saint Louis (25-7) (5) New Mexico (27-6) (12) Long Beach State (25-8) (4) Louisville (26-9) (13) Davidson (25-7) (6) Murray…...

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