March Madness: 3 Horizon League Teams Eliminated Tuesday, Leaving 318 Teams Alive for Title

Ray McCallum was the best player in the Horizon League and 12th best in the country this year and Detroit has three of the top five players, but Valparaiso earned home court advantage throughout the tournament by winning the conference. Tuesday the Horizon League tournament started with all three home teams winning, while the top three seeds received byes until this weekend (follow all tournament results here).

Green Bay, Illinois-Chicago and Youngstown State all won at home to end the seasons for Milwaukee, Cleveland State and Loyola. Along with the teams who lost on the Big South's opening day, there are now 318 teams left who can win the national title. There is an outside chance Valparaiso and Detroit could go to the tournament, but only the winner of the championship next Tuesday (March 12) will likely get a bid.

Conf Rnk Natl Rnk Elite 8 Players/Teams Horizon Ht Value Add
1 12 McCallum, Ray Detroit 6-03 8.31
2 55 Perry, Kendrick Youngstown St. 6-00 6.4
3 63 Broekhoff, Ryan Valparaiso 6-07 6.19
4 255 Minnerath, Nick Detroit 6-09 3.96
5 293 Anderson, Doug Detroit 6-06 3.69
6 296 Sykes, Keifer Wisconsin Green Bay 5-11 3.67
7 322 Van Wijk, Kevin Valparaiso 6-08 3.55
8 326 Talton, Gary Illinois Chicago 6-01 3.53
1 66 Team Rank Valparaiso    
2 77 Team Rank Detroit    
3 121 Team Rank Wisconsin Green Bay    
4 122 Team Rank Wright St.    
5 170 Team Rank Loyola Chicago    
6 207 Team Rank Youngstown St.    
7 209 Team Rank Illinois Chicago    
8 250 Team Rank Cleveland St.  

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