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NCAA.com | April 12, 2017

2017 Winter Championships Selections

  The NCAA Winter Selections begin on Feb. 22 and end on April 11.

There are 28 selections across all winter sports, including 11 selection shows available only on NCAA.com. Check out what's coming up next.

NOTE: All live selection shows will be found on the NCAA.com homepage and the NCAA.com live schedule page. Release times for press releases are subject to change.

Date Sport Network Time (ET)
Feb. 22 Rifle Release Selection Show  
Feb. 22 DIII M/W Swimming & Diving Release  
Feb. 27 DIII M Basketball Release Bracket Selection Show  
Feb. 27 DIII W Basketball Release Bracket Selection Show  
Feb. 27 DII Wrestling Release Bracket  
Feb. 27 DIII Wrestling (Qualifiers) Release  
Feb. 28 NC Skiing Release  
Feb. 28 DII Indoor Track & Field Release  
Feb. 28 DI Indoor Track & Field Release  
March 1 DI Women's Swimming & Diving Release  
March 5 NC W Ice Hockey Release Bracket Selection Show  
March 5 DII M Basketball Release Bracket Selection Show  
March 5 DII W Basketball Release Bracket Selection Show  
March 6 DIII W Ice Hockey Release Bracket Selection Show  
March 6 DIII M Ice Hockey Release Bracket Selection Show  
March 6 DIII Indoor Track & Field Release  
March 6 DIII Wrestling Release  
March 8 DI Men's Swimming & Diving Release  
March 8 DI M Wrestling Release Bracket Selection Show  
March 12 DI M Basketball Bracket  
March 13 DI W Basketball Release Bracket   
March 14 NC Fencing Release  
March 19 DI M Ice Hockey Release Bracket  
March 20 NC Women's Gymnastics Release Selection Show  
March 29 NC Bowling Release Selection Show  
April 11 NC Men's Gymnastics Release  

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