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College Basketball

Women's Automatic NCAA Bids

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Posted: Saturday March 06, 1999 10:40 PM

Schools that have received automatic bids to the NCAA basketball tournament. All bids are by virtue of conference tournament championships with the exception of Ivy League and Pacific-10 conferences, which do not conduct postseason tournaments:

Appalachian State, Southern Conference

Central Florida, Trans America

Cal. State Northridge, Big Sky

Clemson, Atlantic Coast Conference

Connecticut, Big East Conference

Evansville, Missouri Valley

Florida A&M, MEAC

Grambling, SWAC

Holy Cross , Patriot

Liberty, Big South Conference

Louisiana Tech, Sun Belt

ODU, Colonial Athletic Association

Oral Roberts, Mid-Continent Conference

Northeastern, America East

Purdue, Big Ten Conference

St. Francis, Pa., Northeast Conference

St. Joseph's, Atlantic 10 Conference

St. Mary's, West Coast Conference

St. Peter's, Metro Atlantic

Stephen F. Austin, Southland

Southern Methodist, WAC

Tennessee, Southeastern Conference

Tennessee Tech, Ohio Valley Conference

Texas Tech, Big 12

Toledo, Mid-American Conference

Tulane, Conference USA

UCLA, Pacific-10

UC Santa Barbara, Big West

Wis-Green Bay, Midwestern

 
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