The Atlantic 10 tied for the most selections in the WNIT field with five teams. This marks the second consecutive year the A-10 has had five teams in the field.
Duquesne (23-7) is making its 10th consecutive postseason appearance. The Dukes will face Miami (OH) in the first round of the WNIT on Thursday.
Fordham’s appearance in the WNIT will be mark the fifth time in the past six years that the Rams (22-9) have participated in postseason play. The Rams will host Harvard on Friday.
George Mason (23-9), is led by A-10 Player of the Year Natalie Butler, will be making its third-ever postseason appearance. The Patriots will host Stephen F. Austin on Friday at EagleBank Arena.
Saint Joseph’s (18-14) will face Seton Hall on Wednesday. The Hawks are making their second consecutive appearance in the WNIT. The winner of that game will advance to face the winner of West Virginia and Bucknell.
Saint Louis (17-15) is participating in postseason play for the third straight season and only the fourth time in program history. The Billikens will travel to Kansas State on Thursday evening.