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College Basketball Invitational field set

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PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) -- Stony Brook will open the College Basketball Invitational at Siena on Tuesday night in one of eight first-round games.

On Wednesday night, South Dakota State is at Old Dominion; Fresno State at UTEP; Wyoming at Texas A&M; Princeton at Tulane; Morehead State at Illinois State; Radford at Oregon State; and Hampton at Penn State.

The tournament will end with a best-of-three final series.

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