Eight teams remain undefeated at 2017 Intercollegiate Team Championships Aaron Smith April 20, 2017 QUALIFYING BRACKET: MEN | WOMENBATON ROUGE, La. - Four men's and four women's teams remain undefeated after two rounds of match play at the 2017 Intercollegiate Team Championships (ITC).Defending men's champion McKendree won both of its matches Thursday at the Raising Cane's River Center and is joined in the winners bracket by Wisconsin-Whitewater, Wichita State and William Paterson.When the winners return Friday afternoon, McKendree will face Wisconsin-Whitewater, while Wichita State takes on William Paterson.The 2016 women's champion, Webber International, also went undefeated Thursday along with Pikeville, Wisconsin-Whitewater and McKendree.Webber and Pikeville will meet in the next round of the winners bracket, and McKendree and Wisconsin-Whitewater also will face off.All 16 men's and 16 women's teams that qualified for the ITC remain in the hunt for the Helmer Cup in the double-elimination match-play bracket. Bracket matches are being contested in a best-of-seven Baker format.Competition began Thursday with 24 Baker qualifying games to determine seeding for the bracket. Matches got underway shortly after.The Webber International men and Wisconsin-Whitewater women led qualifying in their respective divisions, each firing a 4,744 total for 24 games, 197.66 average.All teams will return to the lanes Friday, starting with elimination matches at 8:45 a.m. Eastern. By the end of competition Friday, the finalists in both divisions will be determined.The men's and women's championship rounds will be held Saturday at the River Center and taped for broadcast on CBS Sports Network in May.The women's finals will be taped Saturday at noon Eastern and air May 15 at 8 p.m. Eastern, and the men's title match will take place at 6:45 p.m. Eastern and air May 30 at 8 p.m. Eastern.Teams earned their spots in the ITC field by finishing in the top four at one of four sectional events held throughout the country in March.BOWL.com's BowlTV will provide live coverage of the event leading up to the televised finals.