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NCAA.com | March 11, 2018

Every conference champion and automatic bid in 2018

Women's Basketball: Top 10 Plays

The most direct route to the NCAA tournament is winning a conference tournament. All factors like regular-season record, strength of schedule and the like are thrown out the window. Just run the gauntlet and you're going dancing.

Here's the complete list of every conference tournament. We'll update this as each automatic bid is earned:

2018 DIVISION I WOMEN'S BASKETBALL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Conference Location * Schedule/Results Champion


America East
Portland, Maine

 

Quarterfinals: March 3

Semifinals: March 4

Championship: March 9

SCOREBOARD

Maine


American Athletic
Uncasville, Conn.

 

Quarterfinals: March 4

Semifinals: March 5

Championship: March 6

SCOREBOARD

UConn


Atlantic 10
Richmond, Va. Quarterfinals: March 2

Semifinals: March 3

Championship: March 4

SCOREBOARD
George Washington


Atlantic Coast
Greensboro, N.C.

 

Quarterfinals: March 2

Semifinals: March 3

Championship: March 4

SCOREBOARD

Louisville


ASUN
Highest seeds host

 

Quarterfinals: March 2

Semifinals: March 7

Championship: March 11

SCOREBOARD

Florida Gulf Coast 


Big 12
Oklahoma City, Okla.

 

Quarterfinals: March 3

Semifinals: March 4

Championship: March 5

SCOREBOARD

Baylor



Big East

Chicago, Ill.

 

Quarterfinals: March 4

Semifinals: March 5

Championship: March 6

SCOREBOARD

DePaul


Big Sky
Reno, Nev.

 

Quarterfinals: March 7

Semifinals: March 9

Championship: March 10

SCOREBOARD

Northern Colorado


Big South
Lynchburg, Va.

 

Quarterfinals: March 9

Semifinals: March 10

Championship: March 11

SCOREBOARD

Liberty


Big Ten
Indianapolis, Ind.

 

Quarterfinals: March 2

Semifinals: March 3

Championship: March 4

SCOREBOARD

Ohio State


Big West
Anaheim, Calif.

 

Quarterfinals: March 7

Semifinals: March 9

Championship: March 10

SCOREBOARD

CSUN


Colonial Athletic
Philadelphia, Pa.

 

Quarterfinals: March 8

Semifinals: March 9

Championship: March 10

SCOREBOARD

Elon


Conference USA
Frisco, Tex.

 

Quarterfinals: March 8

Semifinals: March 9

Championship: March 10

SCOREBOARD

Western Kentucky


Horizon League
Detroit, Mich.

 

Quarterfinals: March 3-4

Semifinals: March 5

Championship: March 6

SCOREBOARD

Green Bay


Ivy League
Philadelphia, Pa.

Semifinals: March 10

Championship: March 11

SCOREBOARD

 

Princeton

 



Metro Atlantic Athletic
Albany, N.Y.

 

Quarterfinals: March 2-3

Semifinals: March 4

Championship: March 5

SCOREBOARD

Quinnipiac


Mid-American
Cleveland, Ohio

 

Quarterfinals: March 7

Semifinals: March 9

Championship: March 10

SCOREBOARD

Central Michigan 


Mid-Eastern Athletic
Norfolk, Va.

 

Quarterfinals: March 8

Semifinals: March 9

Championship: March 10

SCOREBOARD

North Carolina A&T


Missouri Valley
Moline, Ill.

 

Quarterfinals: March 9

Semifinals: March 10

Championship: March 11

SCOREBOARD

Drake 


Mountain West
Las Vegas, Nev.

 

Quarterfinals: March 6

Semifinals: March 7

Championship: March 9

SCOREBOARD

Boise State


Northeast
Highest seeds host

 

Quarterfinals: March 7

Semifinals: March 8

Championship: March 11

SCOREBOARD

St. Francis (Pa)


Ohio Valley
Evansville, Ind.

 

Semifinals: March 2

Championship: March 3

SCOREBOARD

Belmont


Pac-12
Seattle, Wash.

 

Quarterfinals: March 2

Semifinals: March 3

Championship: March 4

SCOREBOARD

Oregon


Patriot League
Highest seeds host

Quarterfinals: March 5

Semifinals: March 8

Championship: March 11

SCOREBOARD
American


Southeastern
Nashville, Tenn.

 

Quarterfinals: March 2

Semifinals: March 3

Championship: March 4

SCOREBOARD

South Carolina


Southern
Asheville, N.C.

 

Semifinals: March 2

Championship: March 4

SCOREBOARD

Mercer


Southland
Katy, Texas

 

Quarterfinals: March 9

Semifinals: March 10

Championship: March 11

SCOREBOARD

Nicholls


Southwestern Athletic
Houston, Tex.

 

Semifinals: March 9

Championship: March 10

SCOREBOARD

Grambling


Summit League
Sioux Falls, S.D.

 

Quarterfinals: March 3

Semifinals: March 5

Championship: March 6

SCOREBOARD

South Dakota State


Sun Belt
New Orleans, La.

 

Quarterfinals: March 8

Semifinals: March 10

Championship: March 11

SCOREBOARD

Little Rock


West Coast
Las Vegas, Nev.

 

Quarterfinals: March 1-2

Semifinals: March 5

Championship: March 6

SCOREBOARD

 

Gonzaga



Western Athletic
Las Vegas, Nev. 

 

Quarterfinals: March 7

Semifinals: March 9

Championship: March 10

SCOREBOARD

Seattle

* -- Final location only.

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