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Wonder Boys Earn NCAA Tournament Bid

Image of will have the play-by-play description. Other first-round games at the NCAA Division II Tournament Central Regional on Saturday will pit No. 3 seed Missouri Southern State University (24-5) against No. 6 seed Fort Hays State University (22-7) at noon, top-seeded Minnesota State-Mankato (29-4) against eighth-seeded Harding University (15-14) at 5 p.m. and No. 4 seed Winona State University (26-7) against No. 5 seed Northwest Missouri State University (22-8) at 7:30 p.m. The regional semifinals are scheduled for Sunday, March 16, and the regional championship game will be played on Tuesday, March 18. The region champion will advance to the NCAA Elite Eight, which will by played March 26-29 in Evansville, Ind. Arkansas Tech is 2013-14 regular season champion of the Great American Conference. Harding defeated the Wonder Boys 83-64 in the GAC Tournament semifinals on Saturday. The Bisons went on to earn the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament from the Great American Conference by defeating Henderson State University 93-86 in double overtime in the GAC Tournament championship game on Sunday. This marks the second consecutive year that Arkansas Tech has ventured to Minnesota for a men's basketball regional. Minnesota State-Mankato defeated the Wonder Boys 81-65 in the first round of the 2013 NCAA Division II Tournament Central Regional in Mankato. View the complete 2014 NCAA Division II Tournament bracket.]]>