2014 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament: qualifying teams

This is a list of qualifying teams for the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. A total of 68 teams entered the tournament. Thirty one 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 36 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 68.[1]

Qualifying teamsEdit

Automatic bidsEdit

Automatic bids to the tournament 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. Runners-up in bold face were given at-large berths.

Automatic bids
Qualifying school Record (Conf.) Last app. Conference
regular season
Regular season
second place
Second place
record (Conf.)
Harvard 26–4 (13–1) 2013 Ivy League Yale 15–13 (9–5)
Qualifying school Record (Conf.) Seed Last app. Conference
tournament
Conf. finals
runner-up
Runner-up
record (Conf.)
Runner-up
seed
Virginia 28–6 (17–2) 1 2012 ACC Duke 26–8 (13–7) 3
Albany 18–14 (9–7) 4 2013 America East Stony Brook 23–10 (13–3) 2
Louisville 29–5 (15–3) 2 2013 American Connecticut 26–7 (12–6) 4
Saint Joseph's 24–9 (11–5) 4 2008 Atlantic 10 VCU 26–8 (12–4) 2
Mercer 26–8 (14–4) 2 1985 Atlantic Sun Florida Gulf Coast 22–12 (14–4) 1
Iowa State 26–7 (11–7) 4 2013 Big 12 Baylor 24–11 (9–9) 7
Providence 23–11 (10–8) 4 2004 Big East Creighton 26–7 (14–4) 2
Weber State 19–11 (14–6) 1 2007 Big Sky North Dakota 17–16 (12–8) 2
Coastal Carolina 21–12 (11–5) South 1 1993 Big South Winthrop 20–13 (10–6) South 4
Michigan State 26–8 (12–6) 3 2013 Big Ten Michigan 25–8 (15–3) 1
Cal Poly 13–19 (6–10) 7 Never Big West Cal State Northridge 17–18 (7–9) 5
Delaware 25–9 (14–2) 1 1999 CAA William & Mary 20–12 (10–6) 3
Tulsa 21–12 (13–3) 4 2003 CUSA Louisiana Tech 27–6 (13–3) 2
Milwaukee 21–13 (7–9) 5 2006 Horizon Wright State 20–14 (10–6) 3
Manhattan 25–7 (15–5) 2 2004 MAAC Iona 22–10 (17–3) 1
Western Michigan 23–9 (14–4) 1 2004 MAC Toledo 27–6 (14–4) 2
North Carolina Central 27–5 (15–1) 1 Never MEAC Morgan State 13–15 (11–5) 3
Wichita State 34–0 (18–0) 1 2013 Missouri Valley Indiana State 23–10 (12–6) 2
New Mexico 26–6 (15–3) 2 2013 Mountain West San Diego State 29–3 (16–2) 1
Mount St. Mary's 16–16 (9–7) 4 2008 Northeast Robert Morris 21–13 (14–2) 1
Eastern Kentucky 24–9 (11–5) 3 2007 Ohio Valley Belmont 24–9 (14–2) 1
UCLA 26–8 (12–6) 2 2013 Pac-12 Arizona 30–4 (15–3) 1
American 20–12 (13–5) 2 2009 Patriot Boston University 24–10 (15–3) 1
Florida 32–2 (18–0) 1 2013 SEC Kentucky 24–10 (12–6) 2
Wofford 20–12 (11–5) 3 2011 Southern Western Carolina 19–15 (10–6) 5
Stephen F. Austin 31–2 (18–0) 1 2009 Southland Sam Houston State 23–10 (13–5) 3
North Dakota State 25–6 (12–2) 1 2009 Summit IPFW 24–10 (10–4) 2
Louisiana–Lafayette 23–11 (11–7) 3 2005 Sun Belt Georgia State 25–8 (17–1) 1
Texas Southern 19–14 (12–6) 2 2003 SWAC Prairie View A&M 11–23 (6–12) 8
New Mexico State 26–9 (12–4) 2 2013 WAC Idaho 16–18 (7–9) 5
Gonzaga 28–6 (15–3) 1 2013 West Coast BYU 23–11 (13–5) 2

At-large bidsEdit

Team Conference Last appearance # of appearances
Arizona Pac-12 2013 30
Arizona State Pac-12 2009 14
Baylor Big 12 2012 8
BYU WCC 2012 28
Cincinnati American 2013 28
Colorado Pac-12 2013 13
Creighton Big East 2013 19
Dayton Atlantic 10 2009 15
Duke ACC 2013 38
George Washington Atlantic 10 2007 11
Iowa Big Ten 2006 23
Kansas Big 12 2013 43
Kansas State Big 12 2013 28
Kentucky SEC 2012 53
Memphis American 2013 20
Michigan Big Ten 2013 22
NC State ACC 2013 25
Nebraska Big Ten 1998 7
North Carolina ACC 2013 45
Ohio State Big Ten 2013 26
Oklahoma Big 12 2013 29
Oklahoma State Big 12 2013 26
Oregon Pac-12 2013 12
Pittsburgh ACC 2013 25
Saint Louis Atlantic 10 2013 9
San Diego State Mountain West 2013 10
Stanford Pac-12 2008 17
Syracuse ACC 2013 37
Tennessee SEC 2011 20
Texas Big 12 2012 31
UConn American 2012 32
UMass Atlantic 10 1998 8
VCU Atlantic 10 2013 13
Villanova Big East 2013 33
Wisconsin Big Ten 2013 20
Xavier Big East 2012 24

Listed by region and seedingEdit

East Region – New York
Seed School Conference Record Berth type Overall rank
1 Virginia ACC 28–6 Automatic 4
2 Villanova Big East 28–4 At-large 5
3 Iowa State Big 12 26–7 Automatic 12
4 Michigan State Big Ten 26–8 Automatic 14
5 Cincinnati American 27–6 At-large 17
6 North Carolina ACC 23–9 At-large 21
7 Connecticut American 26–8 At-large 26
8 Memphis American 23–9 At-large 31
9 George Washington Atlantic 10 24–8 At-large 34
10 St. Joseph's Atlantic 10 24–9 Automatic 38
11 Providence Big East 23–11 Automatic 43
12 Harvard Ivy 26–4 Automatic 49
13 Delaware Colonial 25–9 Automatic 54
14 North Carolina Central MEAC 28–5 Automatic 58
15 Milwaukee Horizon 21–13 Automatic 60
16 Coastal Carolina Big South 21–12 Automatic 63
Midwest Region – Indianapolis
Seed School Conference Record Berth type Overall rank
1 Wichita State MVC 34–0 Automatic 3
2 Michigan Big Ten 25–8 At-large 6
3 Duke ACC 26–8 At-large 9
4 Louisville American 29–5 Automatic 13
5 Saint Louis Atlantic 10 26–6 At-large 18
6 Massachusetts Atlantic 10 24–8 At-large 23
7 Texas Big 12 23–10 At-large 25
8 Kentucky SEC 24–10 At-large 29
9 Kansas State Big 12 20–12 At-large 33
10 Arizona State Pac-12 21–11 At-large 40
11* Iowa Big Ten 20–12 At-large 45
Tennessee SEC 21–12 At-large 44
12* NC State ACC 21–13 At-large 47
Xavier Big East 21–12 At-large 46
13 Manhattan MAAC 25–7 Automatic 51
14 Mercer Atlantic Sun 26–8 Automatic 56
15 Wofford Southern 20–12 Automatic 61
16* Cal Poly Big West 13–19 Automatic 68
Texas Southern SWAC 19–14 Automatic 67
South Region – Memphis
Seed School Conference Record Berth type Overall rank
1 Florida SEC 32–2 Automatic 1
2 Kansas Big 12 24–9 At-large 7
3 Syracuse ACC 27–5 At-large 10
4 UCLA Pac-12 26–8 Automatic 15
5 VCU Atlantic 10 26–8 At-large 19
6 Ohio State Big Ten 25–9 At-large 22
7 New Mexico Mountain West 27–6 Automatic 28
8 Colorado Pac-12 23–11 At-large 32
9 Pittsburgh ACC 25–9 At-large 36
10 Stanford Pac-12 21–12 At-large 37
11 Dayton Atlantic 10 23–10 At-large 41
12 Stephen F. Austin Southland 31–2 Automatic 50
13 Tulsa C-USA 21–12 Automatic 52
14 Western Michigan MAC 23–9 Automatic 55
15 Eastern Kentucky Ohio Valley 24–9 Automatic 59
16* Albany America East 18–14 Automatic 66
Mount St. Mary's Northeast 16–16 Automatic 65
West Region – Anaheim
Seed School Conference Record Berth type Overall rank
1 Arizona Pac-12 30–4 At-large 2
2 Wisconsin Big Ten 26–7 At-large 8
3 Creighton Big East 26–7 At-large 11
4 San Diego State Mountain West 29–4 At-large 16
5 Oklahoma Big 12 23–9 At-large 20
6 Baylor Big 12 24–11 At-large 24
7 Oregon Pac-12 23–9 At-large 27
8 Gonzaga West Coast 28–6 Automatic 30
9 Oklahoma State Big 12 21–12 At-large 35
10 BYU West Coast 23–11 At-large 39
11 Nebraska Big Ten 19–12 At-large 42
12 North Dakota State Summit 25–6 Automatic 48
13 New Mexico State WAC 26–9 Automatic 53
14 Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt 23–11 Automatic 57
15 American Patriot 20–12 Automatic 62
16 Weber State Big Sky 19–11 Automatic 64

*See First Four.

Conferences with multiple bidsEdit

Bids Conference Schools
7 Big 12 Iowa State, Baylor, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas
6 ACC Virginia, Duke, North Carolina, NC State, Pittsburgh, Syracuse
6 Big Ten Michigan State, Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State, Wisconsin
6 Pac-12 UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon, Stanford
6 Atlantic 10 St. Joseph's, Dayton, George Washington, Saint Louis, UMass, VCU
4 American Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis, UConn
4 Big East Providence, Creighton, Villanova, Xavier
3 SEC Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee
2 Mountain West New Mexico, San Diego State
2 WCC Gonzaga, BYU

Bids by stateEdit

Bids State School(s)
4 California Cal Poly, San Diego State, Stanford, UCLA
4 North Carolina Duke, NC State, North Carolina, North Carolina Central
4 Texas Baylor, Stephen F. Austin, Texas, Texas Southern
3 Kansas Kansas, Kansas State, Wichita State
3 Kentucky Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky, Louisville
3 Michigan Michigan, Michigan State, Western Michigan
3 New York Albany, Manhattan, Syracuse
3 Pennsylvania Pittsburgh, St. Joseph's, Villanova
4 Ohio Cincinnati, Dayton, Ohio State, Xavier
3 Oklahoma Tulsa, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State
2 Arizona Arizona, Arizona State
2 Iowa Iowa, Iowa State
2 Massachusetts Harvard, UMass
2 Nebraska Creighton, Nebraska
2 New Mexico New Mexico, New Mexico State
2 South Carolina Coastal Carolina, Wofford
2 Tennessee Memphis, Tennessee
2 Utah BYU, Weber State
2 Virginia VCU, Virginia
2 Washington, D.C. American, George Washington
2 Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1 Colorado Colorado
1 Connecticut UConn
1 Delaware Delaware
1 Florida Florida
1 Georgia Mercer
1 Louisiana Louisiana-Lafayette
1 Maryland Mount St. Mary's
1 Missouri St. Louis
1 North Dakota North Dakota State
1 Oregon Oregon
1 Rhode Island Providence
1 Washington Gonzaga

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2014 Division I Men's Basketball Championship Central". NCAA. Retrieved 9 March 2014.