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Women's NIT: Virginia Cavaliers earn at-large bid

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The Virginia Cavaliers earned an at-large bid to the Women's NIT, the Selection Committee announced Monday evening.

Though the Hoos missed the NCAA Tournament this year, they are one of four ACC schools to be featured in this year's Women's NIT field, joining Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest. Five ACC schools had made the NCAA Tournament -- Notre Dame, Louisville, Syracuse, Florida State and Miami.

It's the second straight season of heading to the WNIT for Virginia, who finished 16-15, 6-10 ACC after falling to Duke in the first round. It will be Joanne Boyle's third WNIT trip in five seasons as Virginia head coach.

The full bracket, seeds, and locations won't be released until closer to midnight. In the meantime, here's the full field follows:

AQ Teams
Abilene Christian (26-3), Southland
Arkansas State (26-5), Sun Belt
Bethune-Cookman (18-12), MEAC
Bucknell (24-7), Patriot
Drexel (19-13), Colonial
Florida Gulf Coast (28-5), Atlantic Sun
Fresno State (21-11), MWC
Harvard (14-13), Ivy
Liberty (20-12), Big South
Maine (26-8, America East
Mercer (24-8), Southern
Milwaukee (19-12), Horizon
Minnesota (19-11), Big Ten
Montana State (21-9), Big Sky
Northern Iowa (22-10), Missouri Valley
Ohio (24-6), Mid-American
Oregon (20-10), Pac-12
Quinnipiac (24-8), MAAC
Sacred Heart (20-12), Northeast
Saint Louis (24-7), Atlantic 10
Saint Mary's (24-7), WCC
South Dakota (26-6), Summit
Southern (19-11), SWAC
TCU (16-14), Big 12
Temple (20-11), American
UC Riverside (23-8), Big West
UT Martin (21-9), Ohio Valley
UTEP (26-4), C-USA
UT Rio Grande Valley (19-13), WAC
Villanova (19-11), Big East

At-Large Teams
Akron (19-13), Mid-American
Alabama (15-15), SEC
Ball State (21-9), Mid-American
Central Michigan (22-10), Mid-American
Charlotte (19-11), C-USA
Creighton (17-17), Big East
Dayton (14-14), Atlantic 10
Drake (22-9), Missouri Valley
Eastern Michigan (21-11), Mid-American
Elon (18-12), Colonial
Georgetown (16-13), Big East
Georgia Tech (19-12), ACC

Gonzaga (18-13), West Coast
Hofstra (22-8), Colonial
Iowa (19-13), Big Ten
IUPUI (20-10), Summit
Little Rock (20-12), Sun Belt
Long Beach State (24-8), Big West
Marshall (21-11), C-USA
Memphis (18-12), American
Michigan (17-13), Big Ten
Nebraska (18-12), Big Ten
Northwestern (18-16), Big Ten
Rutgers (18-14), Big Ten
San Diego (23-7), West Coast
Santa Clara (23-8), West Coast
Tulane (21-11), American
Utah (16-14), Pac-12
VCU (23-9), Atlantic 10
VIRGINIA (16-15), ACC
Virginia Tech (17-13), ACC
Wake Forest (16-15), ACC

Western Kentucky (24-6), C-USA
Wright State (24-10), Horizon