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Daily Evergreen’s Bracketology

6th-seeded Washington State projected to play 11-seed Grand Canyon; Gonzaga stays in the Last Four In
WSU forward Isaac Jones jumps for a layup during an NCAA basketball game against California, Feb. 15, 2024, in Pullman, Wash.

No. 19 WSU projects as a 6-seed heading into its 7:30 p.m. Thursday game versus USC.

Midwest Region

1 Purdue

16 Merrimack/E Kentucky 



9 Nebraska


5 Clemson

12 Princeton


4 Illinois 

13 Akron


6 South Carolina

11 Indiana State


3 Creighton

14 High Point



10 Virginia


2 Kansas

15 Colgate


West Region


1 North Carolina

16 South Dakota State


8 Oklahoma

9 Northwestern


5 Wisconsin

12 McNeese State


4 San Diego State

13 UC Irvine


6 Washington State

11 Grand Canyon


3 Iowa State

14 Louisiana Tech

7  St Mary’s

10 Nevada


2 Arizona

15 E Washington


East Region



16 Quinnipiac


8 Michigan State

9 Florida Atlantic


5 Utah State

12 Richmond


4 Auburn

13 S Florida


6 Dayton

11 Wake Forest/Ole Miss


3 Duke

14 Vermont


7 Florida

10 Texas


2 Marquette

15 Morehead State


South Region


1 Houston

16 Grambling/Norfolk State


8 Boise State

9 Mississippi State


5 Kentucky

12 Samford 


4 Baylor

13 James Madison


6 Colorado State

11 Gonzaga/Colorado


3 Alabama

14 College of Charleston


7 Texas Tech

10 New Mexico


2 Tennessee

15 Oakland


Last 4 in


Wake Forest


Ole Miss


First 4 out


Seton Hall



Washington State is in a dangerous position in the six-against-eleven matchup, playing one of the best mid-major teams in the country. 

Who is Grand Canyon?

Grand Canyon (24-4; 14-3 WAC)

Key Players:

Tyon Grant-Foster: He is a senior transfer from DePaul and Kansas; he averages 19 ppg and 6 rpg

Gabe McGlothan: Averages 15 ppg and 8 rpg

Ray Harrison: Was GCU’s leading player in last year’s team that made a run to the tournament; averages 14 ppg

The Antelopes have been to 12 NCAA tournaments, ten of which were at the Division II level. In 2021, they were a 15 seed and lost to second-seeded Iowa, 86-74. Last year, GCU was a 14-seed and lost to three-seeded Gonzaga, 82-70.

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Jett is a sophomore broadcast news major from Prosser, Washington. He has worked as a sportswriter at the Daily Evergreen since spring 2024.
COLE QUINN, Evergreen Sports Photographer
Cole Quinn is a photographer and columnist for the Daily Evergreen. Cole primarily shoots sports for the Daily Evergreen and writes album reviews in his spare time. Cole is a junior broadcast production major and sports communication minor from Snoqualmie, Washington. Cole started working for the Evergreen in the fall of 2020 as a photographer. Cole was the Photo Editor during his sophomore year and Deputy Photo Editor for the fall 2022 semester.