Tennessee's chance of remaining the only women's basketball program to play in every single NCAA tournament is up in the air on the eve of the bracket announcement.
The NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Committee announced Sunday the eight teams that are being considered for the final four at-large spots in the field. Tennessee was one of those eight teams.
Then Princeton beat Penn 65-54 to claim the Ivy League's automatic berth. That leaves seven teams for four spots.
The tournament field will be revealed Monday. Tennessee has appeared in every NCAA tournament since the event began in 1982.
Atlantic Sun: Florida Gulf Coast (28-4) won its 19th consecutive game and third straight NCAA berth by beating Liberty 72-49 in Fort Myers, Fla. Keri Jewett-Giles scored the first seven points of the game and finished with 21 points, six rebounds and six assists for Florida Gulf Coast.
Big South: Host Radford (26-6) won the championship for the first time since 1996 by defeating Campbell 57-45. Radford pushed its school-record streak to 18 straight victories, including a program-record 17 conference games to capture the regular-season championship.
Ivy League: Bella Alarie scored 25 points for Princeton (22-9) which closed with a 15-3 run and beat Penn 66-54 in the final in New Haven, Conn. The Quakers missed their final eight shots.
Missouri Valley: No. 2 seed Missouri State (23-10) got 30 points from Alexa Willard and upended top-seeded and 21st-ranked Drake 94-79 in the championship game in Moline, Ill. MVC player of the year Becca Hittner had 16 points for Drake (27-6).
Northeast: Host Robert Morris (22-10) avenged last year's championship-game loss with a 65-54 win over St. Francis (Pa.), earning its sixth NCAA bid.
Patriot: Kaitlyn Slagus scored 23 points to lead Bucknell (28-5) to its school-record 28th win, 66-54 over American, and a fourth NCAA berth. The Bison held conference player of the year Cecily Carl to 6-for-10 shooting and 16 points.
Southland: Abilene Christian (22-9) held off Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 69-68 in Katy, Texas, earning the Wildcats their first NCAA bid.