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 LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) - Kansas State and Arizona are among the eight teams that will compete in the Maui Invitational in 2014.
Tournament officials announced Monday that the field in two years will include Missouri, Pittsburgh, Purdue, BYU, San Diego State and host Chaminade.
Pittsburgh will be making its first appearance in the early-season tournament in Hawaii. Arizona and Missouri have won the event previously.
The tournament began in 1984, two years after Chaminade's historic upset of then No. 1 Virginia in Honolulu.
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