Get 2022 March Madness Apparel in Time for the Tournament
For decades, the NCAA's March Madness has been the pinnacle of sports in March. How will you prepare for March Madness? We have just the apparel for you to get started.
There’s nothing better than watching a game of hoops in NCAA sports gear from Campus Wardrobe’s W Republic officially licensed collegiate apparel collection.
Discover our huge variety of designs and styles like our Basketball Shirts, Game Day Hoodies, Athletic Gear, and more for team-spirited men and women. There is a huge collection of tees, hoodies, hats, beanies, and shorts to choose from. They make great gifts for your fellow NCAA college fans, basketball players, coaches, and other athletes as well!
With how many Division I basketball programs Campus Wardrobe W Republic provides clothing for, it's no surprise why we enjoy March so much! We are grateful that our campus partners continue to excel and provide supporters with reasons to rejoice, and we are also delighted that fans choose to wear our t-shirts in support of their favorite team.
We love March Madness!
Who is Playing in March Madness This Year?
Selection Sunday commenced on March 13, with the selection bracket for the tournament revealed. All eyes will be on defending champions Baylor Bears, who are riding high after beating the then-undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs, 86–70 in last year's championship game.
REMINDER: There’s still time to get last year’s merch for Baylor University! Get your Baylor University Bears 2021 NCAA Men's Basketball Champions T-Shirt now and reminds everyone who’s boss.
Here are the Campus Wardrobe-represented teams playing in this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament:
Teams Competing in First Four:
How Does March Madness Work?
In a nutshell, the NCAA's annual collegiate basketball tournament runs from mid-March to early April. After Selection Sunday, the “First Four” teams will square off. The First Four will begin on March 15-16 and include four preliminary matches before the ultimate game, which will take place on April 4.
These “First Four” teams are playing each other to get into the NCAA Tournament. After the four teams are eliminated, the remaining teams will join the other 64 and get ready to battle it out.
The 64 teams are divided into four 16-team brackets, with groups usually separated by location and organized by seed. Teams that are stronger receive a lower-number seed, whereas weaker teams get a higher number seed. However, don't be fooled by the rankings; there will be plenty of surprises, shockers, and Cinderella stories throughout the tournament.