2010 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament

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2010 NCAA Division III
Men's Basketball Tournament
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NCAA Division III Men's Tournaments
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The 2010 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament was a single-elimination tournament to determine the men's collegiate basketball national champion of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III. The tournament began on March 4, 2010 and concluded with the national championship game on March 20, 2010 at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, Virginia. The tournament was won by the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, which defeated Williams College, 78–73, in the title game. The championship was the third in the Pointers' history and first since 2005.

Qualifying teams[edit]

School Conference Record
Bridgewater State MASCAC 19–7
University of Maine at Farmington North Atlantic Conference 14–11
Plattsburgh State SUNYAC 21–7
SUNYIT North Eastern Athletic Conference 24–4
Medaille Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference 23–4
Nazareth Empire 8 18–9
Middlebury NESCAC 24–3
Gordon Commonwealth Coast Conference 24–4
Rhode Island College Little East Conference 20–7
Rutgers–Newark New Jersey Athletic Conference 20–7
St. John Fisher Empire 8 22–5
Brooklyn City University of New York Athletic Conference 22–6
Brandeis University Athletic Association 19–6
St. Lawrence Liberty League 16–11
Guilford Old Dominion Athletic Conference 26–2
Christopher Newport USA South Athletic Conference 15–12
John Carroll Ohio Athletic Conference 20–6
Maryville (Tennessee) Great South Athletic Conference 23–4
Wooster North Coast Athletic Conference 23–5
Grove City Presidents' Athletic Conference 19–8
Wis.-Whitewater Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 22–5
Defiance Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference 23–5
Eastern Mennonite Old Dominion Athletic Conference 22–4
Centre Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference 18–8
Wilmington (Ohio) Ohio Athletic Conference 21–7
Lycoming MAC Commonwealth Conference 21–6
Chapman Independent 23–2
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 24–6
Williams New England Small College Athletic Conference 26–1
Texas-Dallas American Southwest Conference 23–5
Mary Hardin-Baylor American Southwest Conference 22–6
Wheaton (Illinois) College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin 18–8
Wis.-Stevens Point Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 23–4
Carleton Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 19–9
Hope Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association 21–7
St. Norbert Midwest Conference 22–3
Washington-St. Louis University Athletic Association 23–2
Westminster (Missouri) St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 20–7
Illinois Wesleyan College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin 20–7
Central (Iowa) Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 23–4
Aurora Northern Athletics Conference 18–10
St. Thomas (Minnesota) Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 23–3
Anderson (Indiana) Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference 22–5
St. Marys (Maryland) Capital Athletic Conference 24–3
Purchase Skyline Conference 20–8
Richard Stockton Eastern College Athletic Conference 20–7
Virginia Wesleyan Old Dominion Athletic Conference 22–5
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Landmark Conference 23–4
Wesley Eastern College Athletic Conference 19–8
Oneonta State SUNYAC 22–6
Franklin and Marshall Centennial Conference 23–4
Albright Eastern College Athletic Conference 21–5
Clark (Massachusetts) NEWMAC 16–12
Cabrini Colonial States Athletic Conference 25–2
Randolph-Macon Old Dominion Athletic Conference 16–12
William Paterson Eastern College Athletic Conference 25–2
Albertus Magnus Great Northeast Athletic Conference 22–6
DeSales Eastern College Athletic Conference 22–5
MIT NEWMAC 22–4
Whitworth Northwest Conference 25–2
Carthage College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin 22–5

Brackets[edit]

Results to date [1]

* – Denotes overtime period

Williamstown, MA Regional[edit]

First round
March 4–5
Second round
March 6
Regional semifinals
March 12
Regional finals
March 13
                       
Williams
bye
Williams 83
Maine-Farmington 64
Bridgewater State 63
Maine-Farmington 64
Williams 104
SUNYIT 70
Plattsburgh State 65
SUNYIT 71
SUNYIT 64
Medaille 63
Medaille 78
Nazareth 72
Williams 71
Brandeis 57
Middlebury 64
Gordon 57
Middlebury 59
Rhode Island College 75
Rhode Island College 72
Rutgers–Newark 60
Rhode Island College 65
Brandeis 76
St. John Fisher 60
Brooklyn 56
St. John Fisher 52
Brandeis 66
Brandeis 76
St. Lawrence 54

Greensboro, NC Regional[edit]

First round
March 4–5
Second round
March 6
Regional semifinals
March 12
Regional finals
March 13
                       
Guilford 83
Chris. Newport 59
Guilford 85
John Carroll 82
John Carroll 88
Maryville (TN) 67
Guilford 75
Wooster 68
Wooster 63
Grove City 52
Wooster 87
Wis.-Whitewater 78
Wis. Whitewater 75
Defiance 71
Guilford 90
Eastern Mennonite 80
Eastern Mennonite 63
Centre 53
Eastern Mennonite 85
Wilmington (OH) 71
Wilmington (OH) 78
Lycoming 74
Eastern Mennonite 74
Whitworth 71
Chapman 58
Claremont-M-S 47
Chapman 56
Whitworth 77
bye
Whitworth

Stevens Point, WI Regional[edit]

First round
March 4–5
Second round
March 6
Regional semifinals
March 12
Regional finals
March 13
                       
Texas-Dallas
bye
Texas-Dallas 63
Wheaton (IL) 62
Mary Hardin-Baylor 58
Wheaton (IL) 73
Texas-Dallas 67
Wis.-Stevens Point 74
Wis. Stevens-Point 59
Carleton 58
Wis.-Stevens Point 63
St. Norbert 48
Hope 65
St. Norbert 72
Wis. Stevens-Point 72
Ill. Wesleyan 58
Wash.-St. Louis 79
Westminster 71
Wash.-St. Louis 70
Ill. Wesleyan 75
Illinois Wesleyan 86
Central (IA) 81
Ill. Wesleyan 77
Carthage 72
Carthage 84
Aurora 70
Carthage 76
Anderson (IN) 58
St. Thomas (MN) 71
Anderson (IN) 73

St. Mary's City, MD Regional[edit]

First round
March 4–5
Second round
March 6
Regional semifinals
March 12
Regional finals
March 13
                       
St. Mary's (MD) 88
Purchase 58
St. Mary's (MD) 72
Va. Wesleyan 69
Richard Stockton 82
Va. Wesleyan 85
St. Mary's (MD) 87
Frank. & Marsh. 92
Merchant Marine 67
Wesley 61
Merchant Marine 64
Frank. & Marsh. 73
Oneonta St. 77
Frank. & Marsh. 91
Frank. & Marsh. 65
Randolph-Macon 73
Albright 67
Clark (MA) 69
Clark (MA) 60
Randolph-Macon 70
Cabrini 66
Randolph-Macon 95
Randolph-Macon 68
DeSales 55
Wm. Paterson 55
Albertus Magnus 57
Albertus Magnus 48
DeSales 82
DeSales 72
MIT 64

Final Four – Salem, VA[edit]

National Semifinals
March 19
National Championship Game
March 20
           
Williams 97
Guilford 88
Williams 73
Wis.-Stevens Point 78
Wis.-Stevens Point 72
Randolph-Macon 60

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