Here's a look at the full 38-team bracket, per the NCAA (click to enlarge):
Per NCAA: "Two to six teams were selected from each of the eight regions. Teams from the same region will be paired for first- and/or second-round competition, which will be conducted November 9-12 on campus sites. Third-round/quarterfinals will be held on campus sites and completed by November 19. The semifinals and final will be played November 30 and December 2 at Children’s Mercy Victory Field at Swope Soccer Village in Kansas City, Missouri, hosted by Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, Rockhurst University and Kansas City Sports Commission. In the 2016 championship, Wingate University claimed the program’s first national title with a 2-0 victory over University of Charleston (West Virginia), becoming the first national champion in its conference."
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