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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament
November 15th, 2010 4:41PM

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[DRAW] Unbeaten Louisville is the No. 1 seed in the 48-team field for the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament, which begins Thursday. Maryland, Akron, North Carolina and SMU follow at 2-5. For the complete draw ...

Defending champion Virginia was unseeded but is making its 30th-consecutive NCAA appearance -- the longest active streak in the nation.

The Big East led all conferences with seven teams in the tournament field, while the ACC and Big Ten had five each. The Ivy League and Conference USA have four teams among the 48, while the MPSF has the most of any West Coast conference with three teams.

Third-year program East Tennessee State and Xavier are the only teams making their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

Soccer America's projections were correct on 45 of the 48 selections.

The NCAA men's committee picked Denver, USF and New Mexico over Boston University, Wisconsin-Green Bay and Washington.

Note:
Teams in bold have first-round bye.

FIRST ROUND
Nov. 18

#1 Louisville
Coll. of Charleston vs. East Tennessee State, 7 pm ET

#16 Ohio State
Providence vs. St. Peter's, 1 pm ET

#9 Notre Dame
Monmouth vs. Dartmouth, noon ET

#8 UCLA
Sacramento State vs. Santa Clara, 4 pm ET
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#5 SMU
Creighton vs. New Mexico, 8 pm ET

#12 William & Mary
Princeton vs. UMBC, 1 pm ET

#13 Butler
Michigan State vs. Oakland, 1 pm ET

#4 North Carolina
Georgetown vs. UNC Greensboro, 1 pm ET
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#3 Akron
West Virginia vs. Xavier, 7 pm ET

#14 Indiana
Tulsa vs. Bradley, 1 pm ET

#11 Connecticut
Brown vs. Boston College, 7 pm ET

#6 California
UC Santa Barbara vs. Denver, 10 pm ET
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#7 South Carolina
Duke vs. Coastal Carolina, 7 pm ET

#10 Michigan
UCF vs. USF, 5 PM ET

#15 Penn State
Virginia vs. Old Dominion, 7 pm ET

#2 Maryland
Penn State vs. Bucknell, 7 pm ET



0 comments
  1. Bob Scott
    commented on: November 16, 2010 at 9:17 a.m.
    Great News to see Penn STATE both gets a bye at #15 AND gets to play Bucknell in the 1st round. I guess I will need my old PENN (as in the University of Pennsylvania) tee shirt that says "We Are NOT Penn State". Such a common mistake, but made by soccer folks? - C'Mon MAN!
  1. JAMES SIEDLISKI
    commented on: November 16, 2010 at 11:51 a.m.
    www.BigEastSoccer.com

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