Champ Week: Which teams clinched an automatic bid in the NCAA tournament?

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Before the NCAA tournament bracket is unveiled on Selection Monday, all 32 leagues will play a conference tournament with an automatic NCAA bid on the line.

The schedule and location for each conference tournament are below.

Check back to see which teams lock up berths during Championship Week.

And until the 64-team field is announced, check out Charlie Creme's Bracketology for the latest NCAA tournament projections.

Watch the NCAA tournament field unfold on March 12 (ESPN, 7 p.m. ET),

Feb. 28-March 4
Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, North Carolina)
2018 champion: Louisville
First conference tournament title since winning Metro in 1993; earned 21st NCAA tournament appearance; has never been higher than a No. 3 seed.

America East
Feb. 28, March 3-4, 9
Cross Insurance Arena (Portland, Maine)
2018 champion: Maine
Eighth NCAA tournament appearance, first since 2004; won 14 of past 15 games.

March 3-6
Mohegan Sun (Uncasville, Connecticut)
2018 champion: UConn
Earned 30th overall/consecutive NCAA tournament appearance; enters NCAA tournament undefeated (32-0) for ninth time in program history.

Atlantic 10
Feb. 27, March 2-4
Richmond Coliseum (Richmond, Virginia)
2018 champion: George Washington
Earned 18th NCAA tournament appearance, third in last four seasons.

Atlantic Sun
March 2, 7, 11
Campus sites
2018 champion: Florida Gulf Coast
Fifth NCAA tournament appearance; third 30-win season in last four seasons.

Big 12
March 2-5
Chesapeake Energy Arena (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
2018 champion: Baylor
Earned 17th NCAA tournament appearance; 15th consecutive. Riding a 28-game winning streak; second-longest active D-I win streak.

Big East
March 3-6
Wintrust Arena (Chicago, Illinois)
2018 champion: DePaul
Earned 23rd NCAA tournament appearance; 16th consecutive.

Big Sky
March 5, 7, 9-10
Reno Events Center (Reno, Nevada)
2018 champion: Northern Colorado
First NCAA tournament as a Division I program; first conference tournament title as member of Big Sky (joined in 2006-07). Riding a 13-game win streak and has won a school-record 26 games.

Big South
March 8-11
Vines Center (Lynchburg, Virginia)
2018 champion: Liberty
Earned 17th NCAA tournament appearance.

Big Ten
Feb. 28-March 4
Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, Indiana)
2018 champion: Ohio State
Earned 25th NCAA tournament appearance. With 3,363 career points, Kelsey Mitchell needs 31 points to pass Jackie Stiles for sole possession of second place in NCAA D-I history.

Big West
March 6-7, 9-10
Honda Center (Anaheim, California)
2018 champion: Cal State Northridge
Fourth NCAA tournament appearance, first since 2015.

March 7-10
Daskalakis Athletic Center (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
2018 champion: Elon
Second NCAA tournament appearance; 13-game win streak is longest in program's 19 seasons in Division I.

Conference USA
March 7-10
Ford Center at the Star (Frisco, Texas)
2018 champion: Western Kentucky
Earned 20th NCAA tournament appearance; has not advanced out of the first round since 2000.

March 2-6
Little Caesars Arena (Detroit, Michigan)
2018 champion: Green Bay
Earned 18 NCAA tournament appearance, fourth straight; has lost in the first round in its last four trips.

March 10-11
The Palestra (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
2018 champion: Princeton
Seventh NCAA tournament appearance, third in last four seasons.

March 1-5
Times Union Center (Albany, New York)
2018 champion: Quinnipiac
Fourth NCAA tournament appearance; reached Sweet 16 in 2017. Went 21-0 through MAAC regular season and tournament; riding 22-game winning streak, which ties the program record and is the fourth-longest active D-I win streak.

March 5, 7, 9-10
Quickens Loans Arena (Cleveland, Ohio)
2018 champion: Central Michigan
Fourth NCAA tournament appearance, first since 2013 (0-3 all-time). Won a program-record 28 games.

March 5-10
Scope Arena (Norfolk, Virginia)
2018 champion: North Carolina A&T
Fourth NCAA tournament appearance.

Missouri Valley
March 8-11
Taxslayer Center (Moline, Illinois)
2018 champion: Drake
Earned 12th NCAA tournament appearance; has won 21 consecutive games.

Mountain West
March 5-7, 9
Thomas and Mack Center (Las Vegas, Nevada)
2018 champion: Boise State
Fifth NCAA tournament appearance, second consecutive. Has reached NCAA tournament three of past four seasons.

March 7-8, 11
Campus sites
2018 champion: St. Francis (Pa.)
Earned 12th NCAA tournament appearance, first since 2011.

Ohio Valley
Feb. 28-March 3
Ford Center (Evansville, Indianapolis)
2018 champion: Belmont
Third consecutive NCAA tournament appearance; 0-3 all-time in NCAA tournament.

March 1-4
KeyArena (Seattle, Washington)
2018 champion: Oregon
First Pac-12 tournament title earned 14th NCAA tournament appearance.

March 3, 5, 8, 11
Campus sites
2018 champion: American
Second NCAA tournament appearance, first since 2015; has won a program-record 26 games.

Feb. 28-March 4
Bridgestone Arena (Nashville, Tennessee)
2018 champion: South Carolina
Only team in SEC history to win four consecutive SEC tournament titles; seventh straight NCAA tournament appearance, 15th overall.

March 1-2, 4
U.S. Cellular Center (Asheville, North Carolina)
2018 champion: Mercer
First NCAA tournament appearance in program history; first SoCon tournament title in third consecutive championship game appearance; riding program-best 27-game win streak, first 30-win season in program history.

March 8-11
Leonard E. Merrell Center (Katy, Texas)
2018 champion: Nicholls
First NCAA tournament appearance.

Summit League
March 3-6
Denny Sanford Premier Center (Sioux Falls, South Dakota)
2018 champion: South Dakota State
Eighth NCAA tournament appearance; first since 2016.

Sun Belt
March 6, 8, 10-11
Lakefront Arena (New Orleans, Louisiana)
2018 champion: Little Rock
Fifth NCAA tournament appearance, first since 2015.

March 6, 9-10
Delmer Center (Houston, Texas)
2018 champion: Grambling
Sixth NCAA tournament appearance, first since 1999.

March 7, 9-10
Orleans Arena (Las Vegas, Nevada)
2018 champion: Seattle
First NCAA tournament bid in ninth season as a Division I program.

West Coast
March 1-2, 5-6
Orleans Arena (Las Vegas, Nevada)
2018 champion: Gonzaga
Earned 10th NCAA tournament appearance, second consecutive.