Breakdown of conference tournament seeding scenarios

It’s the final week of the regular season for several conferences and there is still plenty of postseason seeds left to clinched.

Check out this breakdown of all the possible clinching scenarios to know.


MPSF TOURNAMENT
Hawai’i — Can clinch No. 1 seed and home court advantage throughout the MPSF Tournament if its two remaining matches or wins one of its remaining matches and a UC Irvine loss.

UC Irvine — Can clinch No. 1 seed and home court advantage throughout the MPSF Tournament if it wins its remaining match and a Hawai’i loss.

Pepperdine — Clinched No. 3 seed.

USC — Can clinch No. 4 seed and a home match for the MPSF Tournament quarterfinals if it wins its remaining match or a BYU loss.

BYU — Can clinch No. 4 seed and a home match for the MPSF Tournament quarterfinals if it wins its two remaining matches and a USC loss. Can clinch No. 5 seed if it wins its two remaining matches or wins one of its remaining matches and a UC Santa Barbara loss.

UC Santa Barbara — Can clinch No. 5 seed if it wins its remaining match and a BYU loss or two BYU losses.

Long Beach State — Clinched No. 7 seed.

UCLA — Can clinch No. 8 seed if it wins its remaining match or Stanford loses its regular season finale.

Stanford — Can clinch No. 8 seed if it wins its two remaining matches.

MIVA TOURNAMENT
Lewis — Can clinch No. 1 seed and home court advantage throughout the MIVA Tournament if it wins one of its two remaining matches or a Loyola loss.

Loyola — Can clinch No. 1 seed and home court advantage throughout the MIVA Tournament if wins its two remaining matches and two Lewis losses. Can clinch No. 2 seed if it wins one of its two remaining matches and wins at least one game against Ohio State.

Ohio State — Can clinch No. 1 seed and home court advantage throughout the MVIA Tournament if it wins its two remaining matches, two Lewis losses and two Loyola losses. Can clinch No. 2 seed if it wins its two remaining matches and Lewis or Loyola loses both of their remaining matches.

IPFW — Clinched No. 4 seed.

Lindenwood — Can clinch No. 5 seed if it wins its regular season finale against Quincy. Can clinch No. 6 seed if it loses to Quincy in five games and holds the point differential tiebreakers.

Quincy — Can clinch No. 5 seed if it wins its regular season finale against Lindenwood in three or four games and two Grand Canyon wins. Can clinch No. 6 seed if it wins its regular season finale against Lindenwood in three or four games or can clinch if it wins in five games and holds the point differential tiebreaker.

Ball State — Can clinch No. 5 seed if Quincy beats Lindenwood.

Grand Canyon — Clinched No. 8 seed.

EIVA TOURNAMENT
Penn Stated — Clinched No. 1 seed and home court advantage throughout EIVA Tournament.

Princeton — Can clinch No. 2 seed if it wins its three remaining matches or wins two of its three remaining matches and two George Mason losses. Can clinch postseason berth if it wins two of its three remaining matches.

Harvard — Can clinch No. 2 seed if it wins its two remaining matches, a Princeton loss and a George Mason loss. Can clinch postseason berth if it wins itstwo remaining matches or wins one of its remaining matches and a St. Francis loss.

George Mason — Can clinch postseason berth if it wins three of its four remaining matches.

St. Francis — Can clinch postseason berth if it wins two of its three remaining matches along with four George Mason losses or two Harvard losses.