4/5 Softball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Four In: Kansas, Charlotte, Southern Illinois, Auburn
First Four Out: South Carolina, Mississippi State, NC State, Long Beach State
Halfway through conference play, Arkansas has an astounding 12-0 record in the SEC for the first time in program history. However, Florida looks like the team to win the SEC and clinch the auto-bid, followed by Alabama. Mississippi State and South Carolina both are 0-9 in the SEC and have dropped out of our updated bracketology. I do not believe they can change course and win a majority of their remaining conference games. Kentucky has dropped from their spot as a National Seed and have been replaced by a surging Clemson. Oregon State from the Pac-12 is out of the bracket. Charlotte and Kansas are the new at-large bid editions to the bracket. Missouri and Northwestern have the potential to become a National Seed soon, but they need help.
ACC: Duke, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Clemson, Notre Dame
American: UCF, USF, Wichita State
Big East: DePaul
Big 12: Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Texas, Baylor, Kansas
Big Ten: Northwestern, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio State
Pac-12: Oregon, UCLA, Washington, Arizona, Arizona State, Stanford
SEC: Arkansas, Florida, Alabama, LSU, Missouri, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Auburn, Kentucky, Georgia
A-10: George Washington
America East: Stony Brook
A-Sun: Liberty
Big Sky: Sacramento State
Big South: USC-Upstate
Big West: Cal State Fullerton
CAA: James Madison
C-USA: Louisiana Tech, Charlotte
Horizon: Youngstown State
Ivy: ---
MAAC: Monmouth
MAC: Miami (OH)
MEAC: Morgan State
MVC: Illinois State, Southern Illinois
MWC: Fresno State
NEC: St. Francis (PA)
OVC: Southeast Missouri State
Patriot: Boston U
Southern: Western Carolina
Southland: Stephen F. Austin
Summit: South Dakota State
Sun Belt: Troy, Louisiana, Texas State
SWAC: Texas Southern
WAC: New Mexico State