|Wed., Mar. 12||Thurs., Mar 13||Fri., Mar 14||Sat.,Mar 15|
|Semifinals, 7pm||Finals, 8pm|
4) Notre Dame
7) West Virginia
11) Seton Hall
|Out: Providence, South Florida, Rutgers, St. John's|
--Louisville and Georgetown have matching 14-3 records, but the Cards take the top spot by way of the head-to-head tiebreaker. The two play on Saturday, and the winner will earn the No. 1 seed.
--Connecticut and Notre Dame split the season series, but the Huskies earn the No. 3 seed because of their 1-o record against Louisville.
--Pitt owns the head-to-head tiebreaker with West Virginia, but the two play again this evening in a game that could decide who gets the six seed.
--If Syracuse defeats Seton Hall on Wednesday, it will move into the nine spot regardless of what Villanova does, because the Orange own the tiebreaker with 'Nova (SU beat Georgetown). If Seton Hall wins, then 'Nova stays at nine while the Pirates slide up to ten and Syracuse falls to eleventh.
--Depaul is still holding onto the No. 12 spot because of its 2-1 mini-conference record with St. John's and Providence.