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Updated: Sunday March 11, 2001 6:27 PM

2001 NCAA Automatic Bids
Team  Record  Conference 
Georgia State  28-4  Trans America 
Eastern Illinois  21-9  Ohio Valley 
UNC-Greensboro  19-11  Southern 
Winthrop  18-12  Big South 
Indiana State  21-11  Missouri Valley 
George Mason  18-11  Colonial 
Iona  22-10  Metro Atlantic 
Monmouth  21-9  Northeast 
Gonzaga  24-6  West Coast 
Butler  23-7  Midwestern Collegiate 
*Princeton  16-10  Ivy League 
Southern Utah  25-5  Mid Continent 
Western Kentucky  24-6  Sun Belt 
Holy Cross  22-7  Patriot 
Hofstra  26-4  America East 
Charlotte  21-10  Conference USA 
Northwestern State  18-12  Southland 
Alabama State  22-8  SWAC 
*Stanford  28-2  Pac-10 
Hampton  24-6  MEAC 
Temple  21-12  Atlantic 10 
Kent St.  23-9  MAC 
Boston College  26-4  Big East 
Cal State Northridge  22-9  Big Sky 
Brigham Young  23-8  Mountain West 
Hawaii  17-13  WAC 
Utah State  27-5  Big West 
Duke  29-4  ACC 
Kentucky  22-9  SEC 
Oklahoma  26-6  Big 12 
Iowa  22-11  Big Ten 
*Note: Except for Ivy League and Pac-10, all bids determined by conference tournament winner.
 

 
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