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NCAA Division I Men's Draw
November 17th, 2009 7AM
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[COLLEGE] Unbeaten and untied Akron is the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. Virginia, Wake Forest and Ohio State followed at 2-4. For the complete draw ...

SEEDS
1. Akron
2. Virginia
3. Wake Forest
4. Ohio State
5. North Carolina
6. UCLA
7. Penn State
8. Tulsa
9. Northwestern
10. Harvard
11. San Diego
12. Butler
13. St. John's
14. Michigan State
15. N.C. State
16. UC Irvine

DRAW
Tampa, Florida
First round -Stetson at South Florida
Second round -Winner at No. 1 Akron

Stanford, California
First round -St. Mary's (California) at Stanford
Second round -Winner at No. 16 UC Irvine

South Bend, Indiana
First round -Green Bay at Notre Dame
Second round -Winner at No. 9 Northwestern

St. Louis, Missouri
First round -Missouri State at Saint Louis
Second round -Winner at No. 8 Tulsa

Providence, Rhode Island
First round -Stony Brook at Brown
Second round -Winner at No. 5 North Carolina

Bloomington, Indiana
First round -Louisville at Indiana
Second round -Winner will host No. 12 Butler

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
First round -Dartmouth at Boston College
Second round -Winner at No. 13 St. John's

Des Moines, Iowa
First round -Western Illinois at Drake
Second round -Winner at No. 4 Ohio State

Charlotte, North Carolina
First round -UNC Wilmington at Charlotte
Second round -Winner at No. 3 Wake Forest

Durham, North Carolina
First round -Winthrop at Duke
Second round -Winner at No. 14 Michigan State

Santa Barbara, California
First round -Wofford at UC Santa Barbara
Second round -Winner at No. 11 San Diego

Los Angeles, California
First round -Sacramento State at Loyola Marymount
Second round -Winner at No. 6 UCLA

College Park, Maryland
First round -Loyola (Md.) at Maryland
Second round -Winner at No. 7 Penn State

West Long Branch, New Jersey
First round -Connecticut at Monmouth
Second round -Winner at No. 10 Harvard

Princeton, New Jersey
First round -Bucknell at Princeton
Second round -Winner at No. 2 Virginia


Albuquerque, New Mexico
First round -Portland at New Mexico
Second round -Winner at No. 15 N.C. State


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