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NCAA Bracketologists Declare Hillel is Powerhouse

by Hillel News |Mar 17, 2010|Comments
FinalFour.

With the NCAA basketball tournaments under way one thing is clear: Hillel is a basketball powerhouse.

Hillel has a presence on 110 out of 129 schools in the men's and women's competition, giving the Jewish college organization a great likelihood of having a winning team. Below are the teams and links to Hillel's entries. Go team!

Note: Regions indicate location of tournament games, not location of schools.

Men's Competition

MIDWEST

1 Kansas
2 Ohio State
3 Georgetown
4 Maryland
5 Michigan State
6 Tennessee
7 Oklahoma State
8 UNLV
9 Northern Iowa
10 Georgia Tech
11 San Diego State
12 New Mexico State
13 Houston
14 Ohio
15 UC Santa Barbara
16 Lehigh

EAST

1 Kentucky
2 West Virginia
3 New Mexico
4 Wisconsin
5 Temple
6 Marquette (Hillel Milwaukee)
7 Clemson
8 Texas
9 Wake Forest
10 Missouri
11 Washington
12 Cornell
13 Wofford (Some Hillel activity)
14 Montana
15 Morgan State
16 East Tennessee

WEST

1 Syracuse
2 Kansas State
3 Pittsburgh
4 Vanderbilt
5 Butler
6 Xavier (Hillel Cincinnati)
7 BYU
8 Gonzaga (University of Washington)
9 Florida State
10 Florida
11 Minnesota
12 UTEP
13 Murray State
14 Oakland (Hillel of Metro Detroit)
15 North Texas
16 Vermont

SOUTH

1 Duke
2 Villanova (Hillel of Greater Philadelphia)
3 Baylor
4 Purdue
5 Texas A&M
6 Notre Dame (Some Jewish resources)
7 Richmond (Hillel of Richmond)
8 California
9 Louisville
10 Saint Mary's
11 Old Dominion
12 Utah State
13 Siena
14 Sam Houston State (Houston Hillel)
15 Robert Morris
16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff OR Winthrop

Women's Competition

DAYTON

  1. Connecticut
  2. Southern
  3. Temple
  4. James Madison
  5. Virginia
  6. Green Bay
  7. Iowa St.
  8. Lehigh
  9. St. John's
  10. Princeton University
  11. Florida St.
  12. Louisiana Tech
  13. Middle Tennessee State University
  14. Ohio St.
  15. St. Francis (Pa.)
  16. Mississippi State

MEMPHIS

  1. Tennessee
  2. Austin Peay
  3. University of Dayton
  4. Texas Christian University
  5. Georgetown
  6. Marist
  7. Baylor University
  8. California State University, Fresno
  9. Texas
  10. San Diego St.
  11. West Virginia
  12. Lamar
  13. Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge
  14. University of Hartford
  15. Duke
  16. Hampton

SACRAMENTO

  1. Stanford University
  2. University of California, Riverside
  3. University of Iowa
  4. Rutgers University, New Brunswick
  5. University of Georgia
  6. Tulane University
  7. Oklahoma St.
  8. University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
  9. Vanderbilt
  10. DePaul University
  11. Xavier
  12. East Tenn St.
  13. Gonzaga
  14. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  15. Texas A&M
  16. Portland State University

KANSAS CITY

  1. University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  2. Northern Iowa
  3. University of California, Los Angeles
  4. North Carolina State University, Raleigh
  5. Michigan St.
  6. Bowling Green State University
  7. Kentucky
  8. Liberty
  9. Georgia Tech
  10. Arkansas-LR
  11. University of Oklahoma
  12. South Dakota St.
  13. Wisconsin
  14. Vermont
  15. Notre Dame
  16. Cleveland State University


Written by David Meyer, first-year student at the University of Maryland and Hillel communications intern.


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