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Three more teams clinched berths in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday, joining Jacksonville State, which won the Ohio Valley title on Saturday.

Most notable among those was Wichita State, which beat Illinois State 71-51, the Shockers’ second win over the Redbirds in three tries, this time for the Missouri Valley title. The Shockers enter the bracket at an 11-seed and may move up as some teams around them play conference tournaments.

Illinois State, which had been a 12-seed representing the league as the automatic qualifier in previous brackets, is now the fourth team out.

Dunk City is also back in the tournament. Florida Gulf Coast defeated North Florida 77-61 to win the Atlantic Sun title. And Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall’s former school also won a league championship Sunday when Winthrop beat Campbell 76-59 to win the Big South crown.

On Monday night, three more will join those four as champions are crowned in the Colonial, Metro Atlantic and Southern conferences.

The only other movement in the bracket Sunday was Wisconsin moving up after a win over Minnesota, ending the Gophers’ eight-game winning streak. The Badgers are now a six-seed, displacing Creighton, which falls to a seven.