Record By Conference
|Conference||# of Bids||Record||Win %||Second Round||Sweet Sixteen||Elite Eight||Final Four||Championship Game|
* Mount St. Mary's won the opening round game.
Sixteen conferences — America East Conference, Atlantic Sun Conference, Big Sky Conference, Big South Conference, Big West Conference, Colonial Athletic Association, Ivy League, MAC, MEAC, Missouri Valley Conference, Ohio Valley Conference, Patriot League, Southland, SWAC, Summit League and WAC — went 0-1.
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