March Madness Records by Conference for 2023 NCAA Tournament (Updated)
With the 2023 NCAA Tournament in full swing, we can finally let the conference record rivalries begin again.
March Madness Teams by Conference
First, here's a look at how many teams are in the 2023 NCAA Tournament from each conference.
Amount of Teams
March Madness Conference Records
All 2023 NCAA Tournament conference records last updated March 15 at 2:00 p.m. ET.
1. Big East NCAA Tournament Record: 9-3 (.750)
Big East teams in the NCAA Tournament: 5 (Marquette, UConn, Xavier, Creighton, Providence)
2. WCC NCAA Tournament Record: 4-1 (.800)
WCC teams in the NCAA Tournament: 2 (Gonzaga, Saint Mary's)
3. SEC NCAA Tournament Record: 9-8 (.529)
SEC teams in the NCAA Tournament: 8 (Alabama, Missouri, Texas A&M, Auburn, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas)
4. AAC NCAA Tournament Record: 2-2 (.500)
AAC teams in the NCAA Tournament: 2 (Memphis, Houston)
5. Big 12 NCAA Tournament Record: 9-5 (.643)
Big 12 teams in the NCAA Tournament: 7 (Kansas, Texas, Baylor, Kansas State, TCU, Iowa State, West Virginia)
6. Big Ten NCAA Tournament Record: 6-8 (.429)
Big Ten teams in the NCAA Tournament: 8 (Maryland, Purdue, Michigan State, Indiana, Iowa, Penn State, Northwestern, Illinois)
7. ACC NCAA Tournament Record: 6-4 (.600)
ACC teams in the NCAA Tournament: 5 (Duke, Miami, NC State, Pitt, Virginia)
8. MWC NCAA Tournament Record: 3-3 (.500)
MWC teams in the NCAA Tournament: 4 (San Diego State, Boise State, Utah State, Nevada)
9. Pac-12 NCAA Tournament Record: 3-4 (.423)
Pac-12 teams in the NCAA Tournament: 4 (UCLA, Arizona, USC, Arizona State)
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