Who Is in March Madness 2022: Every Team That's Made the NCAA Men's Tournament So Far

Mar 6, 2022; St. Louis, MO, USA;  Loyola Ramblers pose for a photo as the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament champions
Mar 6, 2022; St. Louis, MO, USA; Loyola Ramblers pose for a photo as the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament champions / Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

The countdown to the 2022 NCAA men's tournament is underway!

As more conference tournaments conclude, more tickets are punched into the March Madness field, which we'll keep track of right here.

The full bracket consists of 68 teams, with 32 schools that automatically get selected from winning their conference tournaments. The other 36 are picked as at-large selections, decided upon by the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee.

The final NCAA men's selection show is scheduled for Sunday, March 13 at 6 p.m. ET.

What teams have clinched automatic bids in the 2022 NCAA Men's Tournament?

1. Murray State - Ohio Valley Conference (Field +3000)

The Racers were the first NCAA men's team to get an automatic bid, defeating Morehead State 71-67 on Saturday, March 5th.

2. Longwood - Big South (Field +3000)

Congrats to the No. 1 seeded Lancers for making their first NCAA Tournament appearance, defeating No. 2 Winthrop 79-58.

3. Loyola Chicago - Missouri Valley Conference (+10000 to win the NCAA Tournament)

No Porter Moser? No problem for first year head coach Drew Valentine and the Ramblers. The 4-seed in the Missouri Valley won 64-58 over No. 3 seeded Drake on Sunday, going to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in five seasons.

4. Jacksonville State - ASUN (Field +3000)

Bellarmine ended up winning the ASUN Tournament with a 53-30 over Liberty, but Jacksonville State ends up benefitting from the victory.
Since the Knights are transitioning to be a D-1 program and are in Year 2, they are not eligible for the NCAA Tournament. The regular season champion Jacksonville State still gets to go to the dance!

5. Delaware - CAA (Field +3000)

The Blue Hens stormed their way through the Colonial Athletic Conference as a 5-seed, defeating No. 2 UNC Wilmington with a 29-21 second half comeback to advance to the tournament.

6. Wright State - Horizon League (Field +3000)

The Raiders out of Fairborn, Ohio win the Horizon League Championship in a nail-bitter against No. 3 Northern Kentucky 72-71. Trey Calvin hit the go-ahead jumper to take the lead with just over 10 seconds to go.

7. Bryant - Northeast (Field +3000)

In a battle of the top two seeds, it was the Bryant Bulldogs at No. 1 advancing to the big dance, knocking off No. 2 Wagner in blowout fashion, 70-43.

8. Chattanooga - Southern (Field +3000)

Welcome to March, David Jean-Baptiste...

In an absolute thriller, the top seeded Mocs knocked off No. 2 Furman Paladins 64-63 to advance to the NCAA Tournament.

9. South Dakota State - Summit League (Field +3000)

In the battle of Dakota State schools, it was South Dakota State pulling through as the Jackrabbits knock off the Bison to return to the tournament.

10. Georgia State - Sun Belt (Field +3000)

Louisiana's cinderella run as an 8-seed came to an end on Monday evening as No. 3 Georgia State came out victorious in an 80-71 victory.

11. Gonzaga - West Coast Conference (+400)

The No. 1 favorite to win the NCAA Tournament, the Zags cruised to a 82-69 victory over rival Saint Mary's Tuesday evening.

As each conference tournament concludes, we will add them to this list, so bookmark this page for all the latest winners and odds!

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