Automatic Bids

Some articles on automatic bids, automatic bid:

NCAA Women's Water Polo Championship
... be held at the SDSU's Aztec Aquaplex in San Diego, California with automatic bids from the MPSF, CWPA, Big West, MAAC, WWPA and SCIAC conferences ... of Michigan's Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan with automatic bids from the MPSF (Stanford), CWPA (Indiana), Big West (UCI), MAAC (Iona), WWPA (UCSD) and SCIAC (Redlands) ... Teams received automatic bids were UCLA (MPSF), Michigan (CWPA), Marist (MAAC), Loyola Marymount (WWPA) and Pomona-Pitzer (SCIAC) ...
2009 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament: Qualifying Teams - Qualifying Teams - Automatic Bids
... All automatic bids were granted for winning a conference championship tournament, except for the automatic bid of the Ivy League given to the regular season ... Automatic bids Qualifying School Record (Conf.) Last app ...
2008 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament - Qualifying Teams - Automatic
... Thirty-one conferences were eligible for an automatic bid to the 2008 NCAA tournament ... Of these thirty-one automatic bids, a total of 30 teams receive automatic bids for winning their conference tournament championship ... The Ivy League does not hold a tournament, so its regular season champion receives the automatic bid ...
2007 NCAA Division I Softball Tournament - Automatic Bids
... Conference champions from 29 Division I conferences earned automatic bids to regionals ... The remaining 35 spots were awarded to schools as at-large invitees ...

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