BY AMAN KIDWAI WASHINGTON, D.C. — It appears the A-10 will be sending three teams to the NCAA Tournament after No. 3 seed Davidson hung on to beat top-seeded Rhode Island, 58-57, in the conference tournament finals at the Capital One Center. It was the first A-10 Tournament championship for the Wildcats in their first-ever title game appearance. “I thought our guys showed great toughness to be able to build a lead and then have it evaporate and then be able to come back and take the game,” Davidson head coach Bob McKillop said.Davidson’s win prevented the Rams from winning their second straight A-10 Tournament title. It also steals a bid from a bubble team, possibly Arizona State, which is coached by Bobby Hurley, the older brother of Rams head coach Dan Hurley.“We’re still kind of celebrating the win,” senior guard Rusty Reigel said. “I think it’s definitely in the back of our minds and going to be in the front very soon… Peyton and I made it our freshman year, and getting that experience again is the best thing we could possibly have.” Entering the day, ESPN’s Joe Lunardi had the Rams as a No. 8 seed, with St. Bonaventure of the A-10 an 11.