Women's college basketball 2020: Conference tournament brackets, tickets punched

Auriemma discusses possibility of NCAA women's tournament being cancelled (2:38)

UConn head coach Geno Auriemma is saddened by the possibility of cancelling the NCAA women's tournament, but understands the circumstances are bigger than just sports. (2:38)

Editor's note: The NCAA on March 12 called off its men's and women's basketball tournaments as part of a complete cancellation of all remaining spring and winter championships.

Which teams have clinched automatic bids to the 2020 women's NCAA tournament? Boise State won the first NCAA berth in Wednesday's Mountain West final.

More champions will be crowned through March 15, as 32 conference tournaments are decided. The women's NCAA bracket will be unveiled on Selection Monday (ESPN2/ESPN App, 7 p.m. ET). Until then, check out Charlie Creme's Bracketology for the latest 64-team projection.

Follow below as bids are won, listed in order of when each ticket will be punched.

Mountain West

  • 2020 champ: Boise State (24-9); fourth consecutive NCAA tournament, seventh overall. The Broncos, who won an unprecedented fourth consecutive Mountain West Conference championship, are 0-6 all time in the NCAA tournament.

Ohio Valley

  • 2020 champ: Southeast Missouri (25-7); third overall NCAA tournament, first since 2007. The Redhawks, 0-2 all time in the NCAA tournament, were the No. 3 seed in the OVC tournament and upset regular-season champion UT Martin in the conference final.

Atlantic 10

  • 2020 champ: Dayton (25-8); third consecutive NCAA tournament, ninth overall. The Flyers, who won their first A-10 tournament championship since 2017, are 5-8 all time in the NCAA tournament.


  • 2020 champ: Samford (17-14); third overall NCAA tournament, first since 2012. The Bulldogs are 0-2 all time in the NCAA tournament.


  • 2020 champ: NC State (27-4); fourth consecutive NCAA tournament, 26th overall. The Wolfpack, who won their first ACC tournament title since 1991, are 24-25 all time in the NCAA tournament.


  • 2020 champ: South Carolina (31-1); ninth consecutive NCAA tournament, 17 overall. The Gamecocks, the third team to finish 19-0 in SEC regular season and conference play, are 30-15 all time in the NCAA tournament.

Big Ten

  • 2020 champ: Maryland (28-4); 10th consecutive NCAA tournament, 28th overall. The Terps, who are riding a 17-game winning streak, are 46-26 all time in the NCAA tournament.


  • 2020 champ: Oregon (31-2); fourth consecutive NCAA tournament, 16th overall. The Ducks, who are riding a 19-game winning streak, are 15-15 all time in the NCAA tournament.


  • 2020 champ: UConn (29-3); 32nd consecutive and overall NCAA tournament. The Huskies, who won this year's AAC title to cap a 139-0 run in American regular-season and conference tournament games, are 121-20 all time in the NCAA tournament.

Big East

  • 2020 champ: DePaul (28-5); 18th consecutive NCAA tournament, 25th overall. The Blue Demons, who won their third straight Big East tournament title, are 17-24 all time in the NCAA tournament.


  • Automatic qualifier: Princeton (26-1); third consecutive NCAA tournament, ninth overall. The Tigers, who are 1-7 all-time in the NCAA tournament, went 14-0 in league play and advance as the regular-season champion after the Ivy League decided to cancel its conference tournaments in response to the coronavirus.


  • 2020 champ: IUPUI (23-8); first NCAA tournament appearance. The Jaguars are looking to become the first team to win their NCAA tournament debut since 2016 (Duquesne).


  • 2020 champ: South Dakota (30-2); second consecutive NCAA tournament, third overall. The Coyotes, the No. 1 team in Graham Hays' final 2019-2020 mid-major top-10 poll for ESPN.com, are 0-2 all-time in the tournament.

West Coast

  • 2020 champ: Portland (21-11); fifth NCAA tournament appearance, first since 1997. The Pilots, who were picked to finish 10th in the WCC preseason poll, knocked off the top two seeds in the tournament for the league's automatic berth. They are 0-4 all-time in the NCAA tournament.

Big Sky: Boise, Idaho, March 9-11, 13

America East: Campus sites, March 4, 8, 13

MAAC: Atlantic City, New Jersey, March 10-14

MAC: Campus sites/Cleveland, March 9, 11, 13-14

SWAC: Campus sites/Birmingham, Alabama, March 10, 13-14

Colonial: Elon, North Carolina, March 11-14

MEAC: Norfolk, Virginia, March 10-14

WAC: Las Vegas, March 11, 13-14

Conference USA: Frisco, Texas, March 11-14

Big West: Long Beach, California/Anaheim, California, March 10-11, 13-14

Big South: Campus sites, March 10, 12-13, 15

Northeast: Campus sites, March 9, 12, 15

Southland: Katy, Texas, March 12-15

Atlantic Sun: Campus sites, March 7, 11, 15

Missouri Valley: Moline, Illinois, March 12-15

Big 12: Kansas City, Missouri, March 12-15

Patriot: Campus sites, March 7, 9, 12, 15

Sun Belt: Campus sites/New Orleans, March 10-11 14-15