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Eleven Division I schools made the postseason in football, basketball and baseball

Ninety-four Division I football teams made the postseason split between FBS and FCS. Sixty-eight basketball teams made the NCAA Tournament. Sixty-four teams were selected on Monday for the NCAA baseball tournament. Of those 226 combined postseason berths, a total of 10 schools claimed a spot in each of Division I's major postseason events. That's equal to the number from a year ago.

They are:

Arizona State
Louisiana-Lafayette
Louisville
Nebraska
North Carolina
North Dakota State
Oklahoma State
Oregon
San Diego State
Stanford
Texas

Only Louisville, Oklahoma State and Oregon have hit the football-basketball-baseball trifecta two years running. 

Additionally, a special shoutout is due to both Louisiana-Lafayette and North Dakota State, the only FBS mid major and FCS schools to reach all three postseasons while not receiving the at-large berth benefit so many Power Five schools to reach the Big Dance. Both the Ragin' Cajuns and the Bison won their respective conferences in football, men's basketball and baseball. 

Both athletics directors should be forwarding this page to the appropriate parties at this very moment. 

We also saw this tweet from LSU sports information director Michael Bonnette, touting the Tigers' feat of being the only SEC school to reach the 10-win mark in football, the 20-win mark in basketball and the 40-win mark in baseball.

Minnesota State-Mankato offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Jason Eck points out that only his school and the University of Indianapolis hit the three-sport bingo in Division II. 

Most impressive of all, Division III Wisconsin-Whitewater is on the verge of sweeping the national title in all three major sports. Whitewater claimed the football title in December, won the basketball championship in March and can notch a baseball championship with a win on Tuesday. 

Who else has some good multi-sport statistics for their school?