2010 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament: qualifying teams

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This is a list of qualifying teams for the 2010 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. A total of 65 teams entered the tournament. Thirty of the teams earned automatic bids by winning their conference tournaments. The automatic bid of the Ivy League, which does not conduct a post-season tournament, went to its regular season champion. The remaining 34 teams were granted at-large bids, which are extended by the NCAA Selection Committee. All teams are seeded 1 to 16 within their regionals, while the Selection Committee seeded the entire field from 1 to 65.

Qualifying teams[edit]

Team names are those used on ESPN.com scoreboards and team pages.

Automatic bids[edit]

All automatic bids were granted for winning a conference championship tournament, except for the automatic bid of the Ivy League given to the regular season champion. Seeds listed were seeds within the conference tournaments.

Automatic bids
Qualifying School Record (Conf.) Last app. Conference Finish Regular Season
Second Place
Second Place
Record (Conf.)
Finish
Cornell
27–4 (13–1)
2009
Ivy League
1st
Princeton
20–8 (11–3)
2nd
Qualifying School Record (Conf.) Last app. Conference
tournament
Seed Conf. Finals
Runner-Up
Runner-Up
Record (Conf.)
Runner-Up
Seed
Winthrop
19–13 (12–6)
2008
Big South
3
Coastal Carolina
28–6 (15–3)
1
East Tennessee State
20–14 (13–7)
2009
Atlantic Sun
5
Mercer
16–17 (10–10)
6
Murray State
30–4 (17–1)
2006
Ohio Valley
1
Morehead State
23–10 (15–3)
2
Northern Iowa
28–4 (15–3)
2009
Missouri Valley
1
Wichita State
25–9 (12–6)
2
Old Dominion
26–8 (15–3)
2007
CAA
1
William & Mary
22–10 (12–6)
3
Siena
27–6 (17–1)
2009
MAAC
1
Fairfield
22–10 (13–5)
2
Saint Mary's
26–5 (11–3)
2008
West Coast
2
Gonzaga
26–6 (12–2)
1
Wofford
26–8 (15–3)
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Southern
South 1
Appalachian State
22–12 (13–5)
North 1
North Texas
24–8 (13–5)
2007
Sun Belt
2
Troy
20–12 (13–5)
1
Oakland
26–8 (17–1)
2005
Summit
1
IUPUI
24–10 (15–3)
2
Butler
28–4 (18–0)
2009
Horizon
1
Wright State
20–12 (12–6)
2
Robert Morris
23–11 (15–3)
2009
Northeast
2
Quinnipiac
23–9 (15–3)
1
Montana
22–9 (10–6)
2006
Big Sky
4
Weber State
20–10 (13–3)
1
Lehigh
22–10 (10–4)
2004
Patriot
1
Lafayette
19–13 (8–6)
3
Houston
19–15 (7–9)
1992
C-USA
7
UTEP
26–6 (15–1)
1
Vermont
25–9 (12–4)
2005
America East
2
Boston University
19–13 (11–5)
4
Morgan State
27–9 (16–1)
2009
MEAC
1
South Carolina State
18–14 (10–6)
3
Sam Houston State
25–7 (14–2)
2003
Southland
1
Stephen F. Austin
23–9 (11–5)
2
Washington
24–9 (11–7)
2009
Pac-10
3
California
23–10 (13–5)
1
Ohio
21–14 (7–9)
2005
Mid-American
9
Akron
24–10 (12–4)
3
Kansas
32–2 (15–1)
2009
Big 12
1
Kansas State
26–7 (11–5)
2
San Diego State
25–8 (11–5)
2006
Mountain West
4
UNLV
25–8 (11–5)
3
UC Santa Barbara
20–9 (12–4)
2002
Big West
1
Long Beach State
17–16 (8–8)
3
Arkansas-Pine Bluff
17–15 (14–4)
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SWAC
2
Texas Southern
17–16 (11–7)
5
West Virginia
27–6 (14–5)
2009
Big East
3
Georgetown
23–10 (10–8)
8
New Mexico State
22–11 (11–5)
2007
WAC
3
Utah State
27–7 (14–2)
1
Temple
29–5 (14–2)
2009
Atlantic 10
1
Richmond
26–8 (13–3)
3
Kentucky
32–2 (14–2)
2008
SEC
East 1
Mississippi State
23–11 (9–7)
West 1
Duke
29–5 (13–3)
2009
ACC
1
Georgia Tech
22–12 (7–9)
7
Ohio State
27–7 (14–4)
2009
Big Ten
1
Minnesota
21–13 (9–9)
6

At-large bids[edit]

Seeds listed with scores are seeds within the conference tournaments.

At-large Bids
School Record Conference Conf. record Last app. Conf. tournament result
Seed Round eliminated Lost to (Seed)
Baylor 25–7 Big 12 11–5 2008 3 Semifinals Kansas State (2)
BYU 29–5 Mountain West 13–3 2009 2 Semifinals UNLV (3)
California 23–10 Pac-10 13–5 2009 1 Championship Washington (3)
Clemson 21–10 ACC 9–7 2009 6 First round NC State (11)
Florida 21–12 SEC 9–7 2007 East 4 Second round Mississippi State (West 1)
Florida State 22–9 ACC 10–6 2009 3 Quarterfinals NC State (11)
Georgetown 23–10 Big East 10–8 2008 8 Championship West Virginia (3)
Georgia Tech 22–12 ACC 7–9 2007 7 Championship Duke (1)
Gonzaga 26–6 West Coast 12–2 2009 1 Championship Saint Mary's (2)
Kansas State 26–7 Big 12 11–5 2008 2 Championship Kansas (1)
Louisville 20–12 Big East 11–7 2009 6 Second round Cincinnati (11)
Marquette 22–11 Big East 11–7 2009 5 Semifinals Georgetown (8)
Maryland 23–8 ACC 13–3 2009 2 Quarterfinals Georgia Tech (7)
Michigan State 24–8 Big Ten 14–4 2009 3 Quarterfinals Minnesota (6)
Minnesota 21–13 Big Ten 9–9 2009 6 Championship Ohio State (1)
Missouri 22–10 Big 12 10–6 2009 5 First round Nebraska (12)
New Mexico 29–4 Mountain West 14–2 2005 1 Semifinals San Diego State (4)
Notre Dame 23–11 Big East 10–8 2008 7 Semifinals West Virginia (3)
Oklahoma State 22–10 Big 12 9–7 2009 7 Quarterfinals Kansas State (2)
Pittsburgh 24–8 Big East 13–5 2009 2 Quarterfinals Notre Dame (7)
Purdue 27–5 Big Ten 14–4 2009 2 Semifinals Minnesota (6)
Richmond 26–8 Atlantic 10 13–3 2004 3 Championship Temple (1)
Syracuse 28–4 Big East 15–3 2009 1 Quarterfinals Georgetown (8)
Tennessee 25–8 SEC 11–5 2009 East 3 Semifinals Kentucky (East 1)
Texas 24–9 Big 12 9–7 2009 6 Quarterfinals Baylor (3)
Texas A&M 23–9 Big 12 11–5 2009 4 Semifinals Kansas (1)
UNLV 25–8 Mountain West 11–5 2008 3 Championship San Diego State (4)
Utah State 27–7 WAC 14–2 2009 1 Championship New Mexico State (3)
UTEP 26–6 C-USA 15–1 2005 1 Championship Houston (7)
Vanderbilt 24–8 SEC 12–4 2008 East 2 Semifinals Mississippi State (West 1)
Villanova 13–5 Big East 24–7 2009 4 Quarterfinals Marquette (5)
Wake Forest 19–10 ACC 9–7 2009 5 First round Miami (12)
Wisconsin 23–8 Big Ten 13–5 2009 4 Quarterfinals Illinois (5)
Xavier 24–8 Atlantic 10 14–2 2009 2 Semifinals Richmond (3)

Listed by grouping and seeding[edit]

East Regional – Syracuse
Seed School Conference Record Berth type
#1 Kentucky SEC 32–2 Tournament Winner
#2 West Virginia Big East 27–6 Tournament Winner
#3 New Mexico Mountain West 29–4 At-large
#4 Wisconsin Big Ten 23–8 At-large
#5 Temple Atlantic 10 29–5 Tournament Winner
#6 Marquette Big East 22–11 At-large
#7 Clemson ACC 21–10 At-large
#8 Texas Big 12 24–9 At-large
#9 Wake Forest ACC 19–10 At-large
#10 Missouri Big 12 22–10 At-large
#11 Washington Pac-10 24–9 Tournament Winner
#12 Cornell Ivy League 27–4 Regular season Champion
#13 Wofford Southern 26–8 Tournament Winner
#14 Montana Big Sky 22–9 Tournament Winner
#15 Morgan State MEAC 27–9 Tournament Winner
#16 East Tennessee State Atlantic Sun 20–14 Tournament Winner
West Regional – Salt Lake City
Seed School Conference Record Berth type
#1 Syracuse Big East 28–4 At-large
#2 Kansas State Big 12 26–7 At-large
#3 Pittsburgh Big East 24–8 At-large
#4 Vanderbilt SEC 24–8 At-large
#5 Butler Horizon 28–4 Tournament Winner
#6 Xavier Atlantic 10 24–8 At-large
#7 BYU Mountain West 29–5 At-large
#8 Gonzaga West Coast 26–6 At-large
#9 Florida State ACC 22–9 At-large
#10 Florida SEC 21–12 At-large
#11 Minnesota Big Ten 21–13 At-large
#12 UTEP C-USA 26–6 At-large
#13 Murray State Ohio Valley 30–4 Tournament Winner
#14 Oakland Summit 26–8 Tournament Winner
#15 North Texas Sun Belt 24–8 Tournament Winner
#16 Vermont America East 25–9 Tournament Winner
Midwest Regional – St. Louis
Seed School Conference Record Berth type
#1 Kansas Big 12 32–2 Tournament Winner
#2 Ohio State Big Ten 27–7 Tournament Winner
#3 Georgetown Big East 23–10 At-large
#4 Maryland ACC 23–8 At-large
#5 Michigan State Big Ten 24–8 At-large
#6 Tennessee SEC 25–8 At-large
#7 Oklahoma State Big 12 22–10 At-large
#8 UNLV Mountain West 25–8 At-large
#9 Northern Iowa Missouri Valley 28–4 Tournament Winner
#10 Georgia Tech ACC 22–12 At-large
#11 San Diego State Mountain West 25–8 Tournament Winner
#12 New Mexico State WAC 22–11 Tournament Winner
#13 Houston C-USA 19–15 Tournament Winner
#14 Ohio Mid-American 21–14 Tournament Winner
#15 UC Santa Barbara Big West 20–9 Tournament Winner
#16 Lehigh Patriot 22–10 Tournament Winner
South Regional – Houston
Seed School Conference Record Berth type
#1 Duke ACC 29–5 Tournament Winner
#2 Villanova Big East 24–7 At-large
#3 Baylor Big 12 25–7 At-large
#4 Purdue Big Ten 27–5 At-large
#5 Texas A&M Big 12 23–9 At-large
#6 Notre Dame Big East 23–11 At-large
#7 Richmond Atlantic 10 26–8 At-large
#8 California Pac-10 23–10 At-large
#9 Louisville Big East 20–12 At-large
#10 Saint Mary's West Coast 26–5 Tournament Winner
#11 Old Dominion CAA 26–8 Tournament Winner
#12 Utah State WAC 27–7 At-large
#13 Siena MAAC 27–6 Tournament Winner
#14 Sam Houston State Southland 25–7 Tournament Winner
#15 Robert Morris Northeast 23–11 Tournament Winner
#16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff SWAC 17–15 Tournament Winner
Winthrop Big South 19–13 Tournament Winner


Bids by conference[edit]

Bids Conference(s) Schools
8 Big East Pittsburgh, Villanova, Georgetown, Marquette, Louisville, West Virginia, Syracuse, Notre Dame
7 Big 12 Kansas State, Kansas, Texas A&M, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Texas, Baylor
6 ACC Clemson, Wake Forest, Maryland, Florida State, Duke, Georgia Tech
5 Big Ten Minnesota, Wisconsin, Purdue, Michigan State, Ohio State
4 SEC Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida, Vanderbilt
Mountain West BYU, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV
3 Atlantic 10 Xavier, Richmond, Temple
2 Pac-10 California, Washington
C-USA Houston, UTEP
WAC New Mexico State, Utah State
West Coast Gonzaga, Saint Mary's
1 20 other conferences See Automatic Bids

Bids by state[edit]

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Bids State(s) Schools
7 Texas Baylor, Houston, North Texas, Sam Houston State, Texas, Texas A&M, UTEP
5 Pennsylvania Lehigh, Pittsburgh, Robert Morris, Temple, Villanova
4 California California, Saint Mary's, San Diego State, UC Santa Barbara
3 Indiana Butler, Notre Dame, Purdue
Kentucky Kentucky, Louisville, Murray State
New York Cornell, Siena, Syracuse
Ohio Ohio, Ohio State, Xavier
South Carolina Clemson, Winthrop, Wofford
Tennessee East Tennessee State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt
2 Florida Florida, Florida State
Kansas Kansas, Kansas State
Maryland Maryland, Morgan State
Michigan Michigan State, Oakland
New Mexico New Mexico, New Mexico State
North Carolina Duke, Wake Forest
Utah BYU, Utah State
Virginia Old Dominion, Richmond
Washington Gonzaga, Washington
Wisconsin Marquette, Wisconsin
1 Arkansas Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Georgia Georgia Tech
Iowa Northern Iowa
Minnesota Minnesota
Missouri Missouri
Montana Montana
Nevada UNLV
Oklahoma Oklahoma State
Vermont Vermont
Washington, D.C. Georgetown
West Virginia West Virginia