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Colonial Athletic Association Basketball Tournament
(Seeds in Parenthesis)

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Site: Royal Farms Arena (14,000) -- Baltimore, Maryland
Dates: Friday, March 6th through Monday, March 9th
Annual: 33rd
Defending Champion: Delaware def. William & Mary, 75-74
Television: Comcast SportsNet (Quarterfinals), NBCSN (Semis, Championship)
 
Friday, March 6th - First Round
Elon 74, (9) Towson (12-20) 69 OT
College of Charleston 56, (7) Drexel (11-19) 48
 
Saturday, March 7th - Quarterfinal Round
William & Mary 72, (8) Elon (15-18) 59
Hofstra 74, (4) James Madison (19-13) 57
UNC Wilmington 79, (10) College of Charleston (9-25) 53
Northeastern 67, (6) Delaware (10-20) 64
 
Sunday, March 8th - Semifinal Round
William & Mary 92, (5) Hofstra (20-13) 91 2OT
Northeastern 78, (2) UNC Wilmington (18-13) 71
 
Monday, March 9th - Championship Game
(3) Northeastern (23-11) 72, (1) William & Mary (20-12) 61
 
Tournament Titles and Records
 SchoolTitlesLast Tourney Record  
 UNC Wilmington42006 32-25  
 James Madison32013 26-28  
 Delaware12014 11-12  
 William & Mary0 14-32  
 Hofstra0 10-13  
 Northeastern0 8-9  
 Towson0 7-12  
 Drexel0 6-13  
 College of Charleston 0 0-1  
 Elon0 0-0  
 
Past Colonial Tournament Winners, Results and Most Valuable Players
2015Northeastern def. William & Mary, 72-61 (Quincy Ford)
2014Delaware def. William & Mary, 75-74 (Jarvis Threatt)
2013James Madison def. Northeastern, 70-57 (A.J. Davis)
2012Virginia Commonwealth def. Drexel, 59-56 (Darius Theus)
2011Old Dominion def. Virginia Commonwealth, 70-65 (Frank Hassell)
2010Old Dominion def. William & Mary, 60-53 (Gerald Lee)
2009Virginia Commonwealth def. George Mason, 71-50 (Eric Maynor)
2008George Mason def. William & Mary, 68-59 (Folarin Campbell)
2007Virginia Commonwealth def. George Mason, 65-59 (Eric Maynor)
2006UNC Wilmington def. Hofstra, 78-67 (T.J. Carter)
2005Old Dominion def. Virginia Commonwealth, 73-66 (OT) (Alex Loughton)
2004Virginia Commonwealth def. George Mason, 55-54 (Domonic Jones)
2003UNC Wilmington def. Drexel, 70-62 (Brett Blizzard)
2002UNC Wilmington def. Virginia Commonwealth, 66-51 (Brett Blizzard)
2001George Mason def. UNC Wilmington, 35-33 (Erik Herring)
2000UNC Wilmington def. Richmond, 57-47 (Brett Blizzard)
1999George Mason def. Old Dominion 63-58 (George Evans)
1998Richmond def. UNC Wilmington, 79-64 (Daryl Oliver)
1997Old Dominion def. James Madison, 62-58 (OT) (Odell Hodge)
1996Virginia Commonwealth def. UNC Wilmington, 46-43 (Bernard Hopkins)
1995Old Dominion def. James Madison, 80-75 (Petey Sessoms)
1994James Madison def. Old Dominion, 77-76 (Odell Hodge)
1993East Carolina def. James Madison, 54-49 (Lester Lyons)
1992Old Dominion def. James Madison, 78-73 (Ricardo Leonard)
1991Richmond def. George Mason, 81-78 (Jim Shields)
1990Richmond def. James Madison, 77-72 (Ken Atkinson)
1989George Mason def. UNC Wilmington, 78-72 (OT) (Kenny Sanders)
1988Richmond def. George Mason, 74-71 (Peter Woolfolk)
1987Navy def. UNC Wilmington, 53-50 (David Robinson)
1986Navy def. George Mason, 72-61 (David Robinson)
1985Navy def. Richmond, 85-76 (Vernon Butler)
1984Richmond def. Navy, 74-55 (John Newman)
1983James Madison def. William & Mary, 41-38 (Derek Steele)
 
NOTES:
Winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. All times Eastern. Royal Farms Arena is hosting for the second straight year after 24 years at the Richmond Coliseum. Elon is a new member of the conference this year, moving over from the Southern Conference. Old Dominion won this tournament six times (1992, 95, 97, 2005, 10-11), Richmond (1984, 88, 90-91, 98) and Virginia Commonwealth (1996, 2004, 07, 09, 12) five times, George Mason four times (1989, 99, 2001, 08), and Navy three times (1985-87) when they were members. The top seed has won 13 of the last 20 years, including nine of the last 13. Last year, top-seeded Delaware defeated third-seeded William & Mary, 75-74, to win its first title. Delaware lost to Michigan State, 93-78, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. In 2011, Virginia Commonwealth, seeded 11th, became the second Colonial team to reach the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament. In 2006, George Mason became the first Colonial team to reach the Final Four, the first mid-major team since 1979, and the first #11 seed since 1986. Virginia Commonwealth played in the championship game seven of its last 11 years in the league (2002-12). UNC Wilmington's Brett Blizzard is the only player to win tournament MVP honors three times (2000, 2002-03).

03/10 06:32:45 ET

As of March 10, 2015, at 06:33 AM ET