Sunday's Bracketology update

March, 10, 2013
3/10/13
7:53
PM ET

Some updates after most of Sunday's conference tournament games (through games as of 7:30 p.m. ET):

NOTABLE

• Saint Joseph’s upset of top-seeded Dayton in the Atlantic 10 semifinals solidified the Hawks' place in the NCAA field, moving three spots above the Last 4 In on the S-curve.

• Dayton’s chances at a No. 3 seed disappeared with that loss. The Flyers remain a No. 4 seed for now.

• South Florida pushed itself up the board with an impressive showing in a loss to Notre Dame in the Big East quarterfinals. The Bulls have no bad losses and, despite just two top-50 wins, seem safe at this point.

• Liberty became the fourth automatic NCAA qualifier with its 15th Big South tournament title in the last 17 years by beating Longwood.

• After winning the ACC tournament title, Duke is solidly the top No. 2 seed, but the Blue Devils are not in a position to overtake Stanford for the final No. 1 seed.

LAST FOUR IN

South Florida
West Virginia
Charlotte
Creighton

FIRST FOUR OUT

Duquesne
Ohio State
Florida Gulf Coast
Kansas

NEXT FOUR OUT

Florida
Minnesota
Illinois
Arkansas

CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN

Big East: 8
SEC: 7
Big Ten: 6
Big 12: 6
ACC: 5
Pac-12: 4
Atlantic 10: 3
MVC: 2

AUTOMATIC QUALIFIERS

Duke
Liberty
Princeton
Purdue
Stetson
Tennessee-Martin

Charlie Creme | email

Women's College Basketball
Charlie Creme projects the women's NCAA Tournament bracket for ESPN.com.

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