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La Roche, St. Vincent basketball teams learn Division III tournament foes

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Monday, Feb. 25, 2013, 4:18 p.m.
 

Three district college basketball teams will play first-round road games in the NCAA Division III Tournament against schools from the same conference.

In men's games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Presidents' Athletic Conference champion St. Vincent (23-5) will open at Ohio Wesleyan (22-5), and Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference champion Penn State-Behrend (20-8) will travel to Wooster (23-5).

Ohio Wesleyan defeated Wooster in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament championship game.

La Roche (24-2), which won the AMCC women's title, will visit DePauw (28-0) for a first-round game Friday. A starting time will be determined.

All three district schools earned automatic bids to the national tournament after winning conference tournament titles.

While no other district schools were awarded at-large berths in the 64-team NCAA fields announced Monday, a handful of teams accepted bids to play in the Eastern College Athletic Conference South Region Tournament, which begins with quarterfinals Wednesday.

In the men's bracket, La Roche (15-9) will entertain Bethany (W.Va.) (15-10) at 7 p.m., and in the women's bracket, Washington & Jefferson (20-8) plays host to Penn State-Behrend (17-10) at 7 p.m.; and Carnegie Mellon (13-12) visits Juniata (18-8) at 5:30 p.m.

The semifinals and championship game will be held on Saturday and Sunday at the home of the highest-remaining seed.

— Staff reports

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