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Georgetown and Marquette head tournament field
October 22nd, 2012 4:40AM

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[BIG EAST] No 14 Georgetown and No. 15 Marquette captured the Big East regular-season division titles and No. 1 seeds in the 10-team league tournament.
 
Georgetown captured its first regular-season title, winning the National Division and earning the No. 1 seed. The Hoyas were tied with No. 24 Notre Dame atop the division with 25 points, but won the head-to-head tiebreaker thanks to a 2-0 win over the Irish on Oct. 12.

Sophomore Daphne Corboz leads Georgetown with league-highs of 38 points and 16 goals. The Hoyas earned a bye to the quarterfinals of the Big East Tournament, where they will host the Villanova-DePaul winner on Oct. 28.
 
Unbeaten in its last 11 games, Marquette won its fourth straight American Division crown to earn a bye to the quarterfinals against the UConn-Rutgers winner on Sunday.
 
Notre Dame, which will host American Division No. 3 seed Syracuse Sunday, has captured 11 Big East championships but is looking for its first tournament title since 2009. USF is the No. 2 seed from the American Division and will host National Division No. 3 seed Louisville on Sunday.
 
The Villanova-DePaul and Connecticut-Rutgers games will be played Thursday.
 
Connecticut will host the Big East semifinals and title game on Nov. 2 and Nov. 4. All three games will air on the CBS Sports Network.

Big East Final Standings:
PTS AMERICAN (W-L-T)
28 Marquette (9-0-1)
20 South Florida (6-2-2)
19 Syracuse (6-3-1)
13 Connecticut (4-5-1)
9 Providence (3-7-0)
8 Pittsburgh (2-6-2)
7 St. John's (2-7-1)
PTS AMERICAN (W-L-T)
25 Georgetown (8-1-1)
25 Notre Dame (8-1-1)
18 Louisville (5-3-3)
16 Rutgers (5-5-1)
16 Villanova (5-4-1)
10 DePaul (3-6-1)
6 Seton Hall (2-9-0)
3 Cincinnati (1-10-0)



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