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WACT ranked 16th
Quote:16. WAC

Not gonna lie: I totally forgot this conference existed when putting this list together, but there are some fun teams here.

That is exactly what was written.
03-08-2017 04:32 PM
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RE: WACT ranked 16th
He probably remembered us at about #17, and didn't want to go back and have to renumber his list.

I happen to think some of the 'lesser' tournaments are the most exciting. Especially the ones played at home sites where there are full gyms and the fans are all pumped up - and only the winner makes the NCAA. The SoCon, Summitt and MAAC finals were all great this year. Good games and lots of drama.

I think the WAC needs to go to the conference winner host format - though much tougher to pull off in the West due to the long distances between teams.
03-08-2017 11:36 PM
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