Your one-stop shop for 2021 NCAA Division I men’s basketball conference tournament brackets, schedules, TV info, and final scores.
Barring any late scheduling changes, it’s all-elimination action between tonight and the National Championship game. Two bids are on the line tonight.
03/12/2020: Just about every remaining conference tournament has now been canceled due to COVID-19. This was the one stop shop for all 32 conference tournament brackets, along with scores and updated matchup and TV information, though that really doesn’t matter quite so much now.
Oregon won the regular-season title, but UCLA might be the favorite to win the championship in Vegas, given the Bruins’ scorching finish.
Once again, this tournament will take place in one of college basketball’s most bizarre environments.
Kentucky had an unexpectedly easy time in winning the regular-season title, and now the Wildcats will go for their fifth title in six years.
Florida State heads to Greensboro as the No. 1 seed for the first time an a legitimate threat to earn a top spot in the NCAA Tournament with a title win on Saturday night.
Iona has represented the conference in each of the last four NCAA Tournaments, but the Gaels won’t be the favorites in 2020.
Like the Big Ten, the Big East had three teams share its regular-season title, and all three will like their chances to walk away from Madison Square Garden with the title.
Kansas and Baylor dominated the regular season, and it’s a good bet that one of the two will rise above the conference’s muddled middle-class in Kansas City.
As usual, this season’s champ is likely to be one of the six lowest-seeded teams in the entire field. Top-seeded NCCU is in search of its fourth consecutive title in Norfolk.
Stephen F. Austin won at Duke earlier this season, but the Lumberjacks will need to win two games in Katy, Texas to get another shot at a highly-ranked team.
With tri-champions and 10 teams in just about every projected NCAA field, it’s going to be an exciting five days in Indianapolis.
Boston University won at Colgate to clinch its first NCAA bids since 2011.
Will Dayton add three conference tournament wins to its 18-0 regular-season mark? Or will someone else win the title in Brooklyn—something that might be a necessity for the conference to place more than just the Flyers to the field of 68.
The regular-season race saw Eastern Washington, Montana, and Northern Colorado separate themselves from the pack.
Buffalo dominated this conference over the past two seasons, and while Akron enters this season’s event as a slight favorite, the 2020 edition of the MAC Tournament should be much more open than recent ones.
New Mexico State will be the heavy favorite to earn a fourth straight bid and ninth since 2010.
Can UC Irvine earn its second NCAA bid in a row?
With tri-champs in the regular season and four others competitive, it should be a wild four days in Fort Worth.
Eight of the conference’s 10 teams are in the race for what’s likely yet another 16 seed and trip to Dayton, with top-seeded Prairie View A&M looking for a repeat.
Gonzaga avenged last season’s championship loss to Saint Mary’s to add the tourney title to the regular-season crown.
North Dakota State repeated as Summit champs in Sioux Falls, and the Bison are likely to avoid Dayton this season.
While Vermont is favored to reach the NCAA Tournament for a second straight season, second-seeded Stony Brook has a decent shot at dethroning the Catamounts.
The Northern Kentucky Norse repeated by defeating UIC in Indianapolis.
Robert Morris defeated St. Francis (Pa.) to win the title and earn a first bid since 2015.
Hofstra topped Northeastern to clinch its first NCAA Tournament berth since 2001.
ETSU indeed took matters out of the Selection Committee’s hands by defeating Wofford in the final.
Top-seeded Belmont needed an at-large last year, but not in 2020.
Bradley won the title for the second year straight, while UNI must wait until Selection Sunday to learn its fate after a quarterfinal loss.
The Liberty Flames, the 2019 champions, will be back in the 2020 NCAA Tournament.
Winthrop got to host the final, thanks to Hampton’s semifinal win over top-seeded Radford. The Eagles took advantage to win the title.