A look at the teams that have automatic bids for the NCAA basketball championship:
Chattanooga
Chattanooga, Tenn., 18-16.
Nickname: Mocs.
Coach: John Shulman.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Southern champion.
Tournament Record: 3-9, 9 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2005.
Conference: Southern.
Top Scorers: Stephen McDowell 18.6; Nicchaeus Doaks 13.9; Kevin Goffney 13.3.
Top Rebounders: Nicchaeus Doaks 8.7; Khalil Hartwell 7.1; Kevin Goffney 6.9.
Top Assists: Kevron Sheard 3.8; Kevin Goffney 2.6.
3-point threats: Stephen McDowell 135; Ty Patterson 49; Kevron Sheard 30.
Last Ten: 7-3.
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Cleveland State
Cleveland, 25-10.
Nickname: Vikings.
Coach: Gary Waters.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Horizon champion.
Tournament Record: 2-1, 1 year.
Last NCAA Appearance: 1986.
Conference: Horizon League.
Top Scorers: J'Nathan Bullock 15.3; Norris Cole 12.9; Cedric Jackson 10.5.
Top Rebounders: J'Nathan Bullock 7.0; Cedric Jackson 5.7; D'Aundray Brown 5.7; George Tandy 5.2.
Brown 2.5; Norris Cole 2.4.
3-point threats: Norris Cole 38; J'Nathan Bullock 35; Jeremy Montgomery 30.
Last Ten: 8-2.
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Cornell
Ithaca, N.Y., 21-9.
Nickname: Big Red.
Coach: Steve Donahue.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Ivy League champion.
Tournament Record: 0-4, 3 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2008.
Conference: Ivy League.
Top Scorers: Ryan Wittman 18.5; Louis Dale 13.5; Jeff Foote 11.8; Geoff Reeves 9.1.
Top Rebounders: Jeff Foote 7.1; Alex Tyler 4.6; Louis Dale 4.3.
Top Assists: Louis Dale 3.6; Ryan Wittman 2.7; Chris Wroblewski 2.6; Jeff Foote 2.3.
3-point threats: Ryan Wittman 93; Geoff Reeves 50; Chris Wroblewski 40; Louis Dale 30.
Last Ten: 7-3.
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ETSU
Johnson City, Tenn., 20-10.
Nickname: Buccaneers.
Coach: Tony Skole.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Atlantic Sun champion.
Tournament Record: 2-8, 7 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2004.
Conference: Atlantic Sun.
Top Scorers: Kevin Tiggs 21.5; Courtney Pigram 17.6; Mike Smith 15.5.
Top Rebounders: Mike Smith 7.7; Kevin Tiggs 4.8; Greg Hamlin 4.8; Tommy Hubbard 4.6; Isiah Brown 4.5.
Top Assists: Courtney Pigram 4.2; Mike Smith 2.1.
3-point threats: Courtney Pigram 74; Mike Smith 43; Kevin Tiggs 36.
Last Ten: 5-5.
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Gonzaga
5.
Nickname: Bulldogs.
Coach: Mark Few.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: WCC champion.
Tournament Record: 12-11, 11 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2008.
Conference: West Coast.
Top Scorers: Josh Heytvelt 14.9; Matt Bouldin 13.7; Austin Daye 12.9; Jeremy Pargo 9.8.
Top Rebounders: Austin Daye 6.9; Josh Heytvelt 6.7; Micah Downs 4.6.
Top Assists: Jeremy Pargo 5.1; Matt Bouldin 3.4; Steven Gray 2.0.
3-point threats: Matt Bouldin 52; Steven Gray 47; Micah Downs 44; Austin Daye 33.
Last Ten: 9-1.
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Morehead State
Morehead, Ky., 19-15.
Nickname: Eagles.
Coach: Jay Sorg.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: OVC champion.
Tournament Record: 4-6, 5 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 1984.
Conference: Ohio Valley.
Top Scorers: Leon Buchanan 15.1; Kenneth Faried 13.9; Maze Stallworth 12.1; Demonte Harper 10.8.
Top Rebounders: Kenneth Faried 12.8; Leon Buchanan 6.3; Maze Stallworth 4.1; Demonte Harper 4.0.
Top Assists: Brandon Shingles 3.9; Demonte Harper 3.4.
3-point threats: Maze Stallworth 80; Demonte Harper 40; Terrance Hill 27.
Last Ten: 6-4.
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North Dakota State
Fargo, 26-6.
Nickname: Bison.
Coach: Saul Phillips.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Summitt champion.
Tournament Record: First year.
Last NCAA Appearance: First year.
Conference: Summitt League.
Top Scorers: Ben Woodside 22.8; Brett Winkelman 18.7; Mike Nelson 11.9; Michael Tveidt 9.7.
Top Rebounders: Brett Winkelman 7.4; Mike Nelson 4.2; Luca Moormann 4.1.
Top Assists: Ben Woodside 6.3; Mike Nelson 2.5.
3-point threats: Ben Woodside 64; Mike Nelson 57; Brett Winkelman 39; Michael Tveidt 38.
Last Ten: 9-1.
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Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls, 23-10.
Nickname: Panthers.
Coach: Ben Jacobsen.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: MVC champion.
Tournament Record: 1-4, 4 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2006.
Conference: Missouri Valley.
Top Scorers: Adam Koch 12.3; Kwadzo Ahelegbe 11.8; Jordan Eglseder 10.1; Ali Farokhmanesh 9.6.
Top Rebounders: Jordan Eglseder 6.5; Lucas O'Rear 5.4; Adam Koch 5.2.
Top Assists: Kwadzo Ahelegbe 3.2; Johnny Moran 2.2.
3-point threats: Ali Farokhmanesh 73; Johnny Moran 48; Travis Brown 29.
Last Ten: 6-4.
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Portland State
Portland, Ore., 23-9.
Nickname: Vikings.
Coach: Ken Bone.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Big Sky champion.
Tournament Record: 0-1, 1 year.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2008.
Conference: Big Sky.
Top Scorers: Jeremiah Dominguez 12.9; Dominic Waters 11.5; Phil Nelson 11.2; Andre Murray 11.0.
Murray 4.0.
Top Assists: Jeremiah Dominguez 3.2; Dominic Waters 2.9; Andre Murray 2.3.
3-point threats: Jeremiah Dominguez 87; Dominic Waters 60; Phil Nelson 57; Andre Murray 43.
Last Ten: 8-2.
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Radford
Radford, Va., 21-11.
Nickname: Highlanders.
Coach: Brad Greenberg.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Big South champion.
Tournament Record: 0-1, 1 year.
Last NCAA Appearance: 1998.
Conference: Big South.
Top Scorers: Artsiom Parakhouski 16.3; Kenny Thomas 14.8; Joey Lynch-Flohr 13.7; Amir Johnson 9.6.
Top Rebounders: Artsiom Parakhouski 11.2; Joey Lynch-Flohr 5.8; Kenny Thomas 4.8; Amir Johnson 4.7; Eric Hall 4.1.
Top Assists: Amir Johnson 5.3; Kenny Thomas 2.2.
3-point threats: Kenny Thomas 77; Amir Johnson 39.
Last Ten: 9-1.
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Robert Morris
Pittsburgh, 24-10.
Nickname: Colonials.
Coach: Mike Rice.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Northeast champion.
Tournament Record: 1-5, 5 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 1992.
Conference: Northeast.
Top Scorers: Jeremy Chappell 16.9; Rob Robinson 11.4; Jimmy Langhurst 10.0.
Top Rebounders: Jeremy Chappell 6.8; Rob Robinson 5.6; Dallas Green 4.4.
Top Assists: Jeremy Chappell 3.2; Mezie Nwigwe 2.5; Jimmy Langhurst 2.3; Bateko Francisco 2.2.
t 63; Bateko Francisco 33.
Last Ten: 8-2.
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Siena
Loudonville, N.Y., 26-7.
Nickname: Saints.
Coach: Fran McCaffery.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: MAAC champion.
Tournament Record: 3-4, 4 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2008.
Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic.
Top Scorers: Kenny Hasbrouck 14.8; Edwin Ubiles 14.6; Alex Franklin 13.6; Ryan Rossiter 10.0.
Top Rebounders: Ryan Rossiter 7.8; Alex Franklin 7.3; Edwin Ubiles 4.8.
Top Assists: Ronald Moore 6.3; Kenny Hasbrouck 2.9; Edwin Ubiles 2.2.
3-point threats: Kenny Hasbrouck 53; Clarence Jackson 44; Ronald Moore 29.
Last Ten: 8-2.
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Virginia Commonwealth
Richmond, 24-9.
Nickname: Rams.
Coach: Anthony Grant.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: CAA champion.
Tournament Record: 5-8, 13 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2007.
Conference: Colonial Athletic Association.
Top Scorers: Eric Maynor 22.4; Larry Sanders 11.3; Joey Rodriguez 9.4.
Top Rebounders: Larry Sanders 8.5; Kirill Pishchalnikov 4.7.
Top Assists: Eric Maynor 6.2; Joey Rodriguez 2.5.
3-point threats: Eric Maynor 65; Joey Rodriguez 60; Brandon Rozzell 35; Bradford Burgess 35.
Last Ten: 8-2.
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Western Kentucky
Bowling Green, Ky., 24-8.
Nickname: Hilltoppers.
Coach: Ken McDonald.
Region TBA.
Seed: TBA.
Bid: Sun Belt champion.
Tournament Record: 17-21, 20 years.
Last NCAA Appearance: 2008.
Conference: Sun Belt.
Top Scorers: A.J. Slaughter 15.8; Orlando Mendez-Valdez 14.0; Steffphon Pettigrew 12.7; Sergio Kerusch 11.2.
Top Rebounders: Sergio Kerusch 7.4; Jeremy Evans 5.9; Steffphon Pettigrew 5.1; Orlando Mendez-Valdez 4.1.
Top Assists: Orlando Mendez-Valdez 4.0; A.J. Slaughter 3.6; Anthony Sally 2.7.
3-point threats: Orlando Mendez-Valdez 91; A.J. Slaughter 67; Steffphon Pettigrew 40.
Last Ten: 9-1.
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