The much-anticipated NCAA Regionals Selection Show is set to take place on Monday, with the reveal of which teams will be graced with the opportunity to compete in the tourney.
The selection process is a complex one, with an intricate algorithm employed to determine the participants. This algorithm takes into account factors such as win-loss record, strength of schedule, and quality of wins to come up with the most equitable selection possible.
The selection committee will examine many data points to make their decisions, from the aforementioned win-loss record and quality of wins, to the individual records of teams in various conferences and across the country. Furthermore, the committee will consider the record of teams against common opponents, and the record of teams against ranked opponents in the past two seasons.
The number of teams selected for the NCAA Regionals will vary depending on the size of the conference, with larger conferences having an increased presence in the tournament. Each conference is allotted a certain amount of teams, with the top finishers in that conference earning automatic bids.
The selection committee will have to make some difficult decisions on Monday, as some of the best teams in the country may be left out due to the intricate nature of the selection process.
The NCAA Regionals Selection Show is sure to be an eventful one, as the most qualified teams are chosen to compete for the chance to advance to the National Championship.