The entire NCAA Tournament bracket will be unveiled shortly, and 37 teams will be handed at-large bids into the tournament at that time. Until then, here are the 31 schools that have earned automatic bids by winning their respective conference tournaments, or in the case of the Ivy League, finishing atop the regular season conference standings…

ACC: Miami

America East: Albany

Atlantic-10: Saint Louis

Atlantic Sun: Florida Gulf Coast

Big 12: Kansas

Big East: Louisville

Big Sky: Montana

Big South: Liberty

Big Ten: Ohio State

Big West: Pacific

Colonial: James Madison

Conference-USA: Memphis

Horizon League: Valparaiso

Ivy League: Harvard

MAAC: Iona

MAC: Akron

MEAC: North Carolina A&T

MVC: Creighton

Mountain West: New Mexico

NEC: LIU Brooklyn

OVC: Belmont

Pac-12: Oregon

Patriot League: Bucknell

SEC: Ole Miss

Southern: Davidson

Southland: Northwestern State

Summit League: South Dakota State

Sun Belt: Western Kentucky

SWAC: Southern

WAC: New Mexico State

WCC: Gonzaga

As for teams that were ranked in the top-25 in the last AP Poll but failed to win their conference tournament, they are: Duke, Indiana, Georgetown, Michigan, Michigan State, Kansas State, Marquette, Florida, Oklahoma State, Pittsburgh, Arizona, Syracuse, UCLA, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, VCU