4 New Jersey teams remain in the mix for March Madness. Here's what to know

Seton Hall Pirates plays today against Saint John's Red Storm in the Big East Tournament. Rider Broncs faces Saint Peter's Peacocks in the MAAC Quarterfinals.

Lanette Espy

Mar 14, 2024, 12:24 PM

Updated 32 days ago

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The countdown to March Madness is on, and four New Jersey teams remain in the mix.
Seton Hall Pirates plays today against Saint John's Red Storm in the Big East Tournament. Rider Broncs faces Saint Peter's Peacocks in the MAAC Quarterfinals.
Princeton may be New Jersey's best hope though as the Tigers take on Brown Saturday in the Ivy League semifinals. It comes as Caden Pierce is named the Ivy League Player of the Year. Also, Mitch Henderson earned Coach of the Year honors. Princeton is 24 and 3.
The beloved annual tradition, that is the NCAA Tournament, will begin next week. The tournament tips off with the First Four on March 19 and the first round begins March 21.

How to watch

Here is a schedule that will be updated with matchups, and where to watch.
The NCAA is streaming games via its March Madness Live option.

Who is playing?

There are 32 automatic bids being filled this week and they will be combined with 36 at-large picks by the NCAA selection committee. We all find out on Selection Sunday, March 17, when bracket matchups are unveiled.

Betting guide

The top three betting favorites heading into the final days of the regular season (in order) are UConn, Houston and Purdue, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

When are the games?

The First Four is in Dayton, Ohio, and first- and second-round games March 21-24 stretch from New York City to Spokane, Washington.
Sweet 16 weekend will see games March 28-31 in Boston (East Regional), Dallas (South), Detroit (Midwest) and Los Angeles (West).
The Final Four is in Glendale, Arizona, on Saturday, April 6, with the championship game the night of Monday, April 8.
Associated Press wires contributed to this story.


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