2016 NCAA Tournament Conference Breakdown

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The 2016 NCAA tournament is here and it is time to see which conferences fared the best when it comes to bids.

PAC-12 (7): Oregon, Utah, USC, Arizona, California, Oregon State, Colorado
BIG TEN (7): Michigan State, Purdue, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Wisconsin, Michigan
BIG 12 (7): Kansas, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Baylor, Texas, Iowa State, Texas Tech
ACC (7): North Carolina, Notre Dame, Duke, Virginia, Miami, Pittsburgh, Syracuse
BIG EAST (5): Seton Hall, Villanova, Xavier, Providence, Butler
AAC (4): UConn, Temple, Cincinnati, Tulsa
ATLANTIC 10 (3): Saint Joseph’s, VCU, Dayton
SEC (3): Kentucky, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
MISSOURI VALLEY (2): Northern Iowa, Wichita State

ONE-BID LEAGUES: America East (Stony Brook), Atlantic Sun (Florida Gulf Coast), Big Sky (Weber State), Big South (UNC Asheville), Big West (Hawaii), CAA (UNC Wilmington), Conference USA (Middle Tennessee), Horizon (Green Bay), Ivy (Yale), MAAC (Iona), MAC (Buffalo), MEAC (Hampton), Mountain West (Fresno State), Northeast (Fairleigh Dickinson), Ohio Valley (Austin Peay), Patriot (Holy Cross), Southern (Chattanooga), Southland (Stephen F. Austin), SWAC (Southern), Summit (South Dakota State), Sun Belt (Arkansas-Little Rock), West Coast (Gonzaga), WAC (CSU Bakersfield)