Michigan State and Michigan are both on the bubble for the 2012 NCAA women's tournament. They will find out their tournament fate on Selection Monday at 7 p.m. on ESPN.
The 2012 NCAA women's tournament bracket will be revealed at 7 p.m. ET on Monday night on ESPN. The women's version of the NCAA Selection Show will unveil the field of 64 teams, and both Michigan and Michigan State are hoping to be a part of it but are currently on the bubble.
The one team from Michigan locked into the field is Eastern Michigan. The Eagles beat Central Michigan 72-71 in the MAC tournament on a layup in the final seconds of the game. The victory punched Eastern Michigan's ticket to the Big Dance.
Michigan and Michigan State, on the other hand, are sweating things out. The Spartans are currently projected to be one of the final teams in the field by ESPN bracketology. The Spartans are actually projected to be a No. 10 seed in Chicago against DePaul.
Michigan is on the wrong side of the bubble, according to ESPN. The Wolverines are projected to be one of the first four teams out of the field, so it looks like their tournament drought could continue.
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