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NCAA.com | March 22, 2015

Division I championship bracket announced

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee has selected the 16 teams that will be participating in the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship.

The championship playoff format involves four predetermined regional sites with four teams assigned to each site. The four regional winners advance to the Men’s Frozen Four. The entire championship uses a single-elimination format.

Automatic qualification privileges are granted to the postseason champions of the five conferences. The remainder of the field is selected at large.

Minnesota State-Mankato is the No. 1 overall seed. The other No. 1 seeds, in order, include North Dakota, Boston University, and Miami (Ohio).

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DI MEN'S HOCKEY TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

SCHOOL APPEARANCES * LAST RECORD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Boston College 34 2014 47-40-0 5 (1949, 2001, 2008, 2010, 2012)
Boston U. 33 2012 38-33-0 5 (1971-72, 1978, 1995, 2009)
Denver 25 2014 26-20-0 7 (1958, 1960-61, 1968-69, 2004-05)
Harvard 22 2006 14-29-1 1 (1989)
Miami (Ohio) 13 2013 8-11-0 --
Michigan Tech 11 1981 13-9-0 3 (1962, 1965, 1975)
Minnesota 36 2014 55-36-0 5 (1974, 1976, 1979, 2002-03)
Minnesota-Duluth 9 2012 14-9-0 1 (2011)
Minnesota State-Mankato 4 2014 0-3-0 --
North Dakota 30 2014 46-24-0 7 (1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000)
Omaha 3 2011 0-2-0 --
Providence 11 2014 10-16-0 --
Quinnipiac 4 2014 3-3-0 --
Rochester Inst. 2 2010 2-1-0 --
St. Cloud State 11 2014 4-11-0 --
Yale 7 2013 7-5-0 1 (2013)
* -- Includes 2015.

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