Selection Sunday 2011: NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket, Seeding For Gonzaga Bulldogs

The NCAA Tournament officially welcomed the Gonzaga Bulldogs to the mix as the bracket was revealed during the Selection Sunday show. Gonzaga punched its ticket to March Madness by bringing home the WCC Tournament title over St. Mary's, knocking the Gaels onto the bubble and our of the Tournament. On Sunday, Gonzaga was placed in the region as a No. 11 seed, paired with St. John's.

Here's a look at the seeding and what the Huskies will face in the NCAA Tournament.

Location: The Zags will travel to Denver for the first round.

Region: Gonzaga joins the Southeast region in the NCAA Tournament. Pittsburgh is the No. 1 seed in the Southeast region.

Seed: The Bulldogs secured the No. 11 seed in the tournament. It was a down year for Gonzaga overall, resulting in a bottom-half seed in the NCAA Tournament.

Schedule: The first round matchup will be played on Thursday, with the second round set for Saturday.

Potential second round matchup: The winner of the Gonzaga-St. John's game will face either BYU or Wofford in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

For more on the NCAA Tournament, check out the rest of our Selection Sunday StoryStream. To celebrate with Gonzaga fans, be sure to stop by SB Nation's The Slipper Still Fits.

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