Of course, it wouldn't have been fair to you if we didn't let the last game to end in overtime, which its final score was the deciding factor for five seed positions. Akron had already won the MAC regular season title on Tuesday and continued with a win over Kent State, while Western Michigan came up with a big win in Mt. Pleasant to give them a 10-seed and Central Michigan down to 4 instead of 2 or 3.
The Mid-American Conference Tournament begins on Monday with four games. No. 8 Eastern Michigan will host No. 9 Toledo, who they've now beaten twice this year; Northern Illinois, the 7-seed that's 17-1 at home, will host Western Michigan, 2-7 on the road against MAC teams; Ball State hosts an honest threat in Miami that's 3-1 in the last two weeks of the regular season; and No. 5 Kent State plays host to Bowling Green.
Top four seeds, in order, with byes include Akron (plays winner of EMU/Toledo), Ohio (NIU/WMU), Buffalo (Ball State/Miami) and CMU (Kent State/BGSU).
Click here for a pdf of our printable bracket for the MAC Tournament. Let us know who you picked, how you picked the winners of each matchup and why you did so.