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The stages are set. Four teams have their tickets punched to Grand Rapids, Michigan ... four others have plans to be in Salem, Virginia. We asked on Thursday's Hoopsville, "What Surprise is Next" and we got our answers this weekend. The NCAA Tournaments will not end without some more surprises, either.
There are plenty of story lines surrounding the upcoming Championship Weekends. Including whether either title will feature an undefeated team. There are now just two undefeated teams remaining in Division III women's basketball: AMherst and St. Thomas. And Whitman continues to impress while remaining the lone undefeated squad in the entire NCAA (all divisions).
On Sunday's Hoopsville, Dave takes a look back at a pretty exciting Sectionals Weekend. The upsets, the dramatic finishes, and the incredible games. Who impressed, who surprised, and who may have shown early signs they could win the Walnut & Bronze.
However, championships isn't all that we will talk about on Hoopsville Sunday. Dave will also talk to Albion men's head coach Jody May who heads the NABC committee who organizes the Reece's NABC All-Star Game. We get a preview of the expanded event including how the teams were picked.
Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio LIVE starting at 7:00 p.m. ET. You can watch it in the video player above or via the simulcast on Facebook Live. If you miss all or parts of the show, you will be able to catch-up On Demand or listen to the podcast located to the right.
Guests scheduled (in order of appearance, but subject to change):
- Eric Bridgeland, No. 1 Whitman men's coach
- Jacob Johnson, Augustana senior guard (Gordon Mann interview)
- Hannah Hackley, No. 1 Amherst junior guard
- Charlie Brock, Springfield men's coach and Reese's NABC All-Star Game committee
- Stephen Brennan, No. 2 Babson men's coach
- Carla Berube, No. 4 Tufts women's coach