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Big South Conference Basketball Tournament
(Seeds in Parenthesis)

From The Sports Network

Sites: HTC Center (3,600) -- Conway, South Carolina
Dates: Wednesday, March 5th through Sunday, March 9th
Annual: 29th
Defending Champion: Liberty def. Charleston Southern, 87-76
Television: ESPN3 (Quarterfinals, Semifinals), ESPN2 (Championship Game)
 
Wednesday, March 5th - First Round
Winthrop 77, (N-5) Liberty (11-21) 65
Radford 78, (S-6) Presbyterian (6-26) 73
Charleston Southern 81, (N-4) Campbell (12-20) 71
Gardner-Webb 81, (N-6) Longwood (8-24) 65
 
Friday, March 7th - Quarterfinal Round
Winthrop 62, (N-1) High Point (16-14) 60
UNC Asheville 96, (N-3) Radford (21-12) 87
Coastal Carolina 73, (S-5) Charleston Southern (13-18) 68 2OT
VMI 90, (S-3) Gardner-Webb (18-15) 77
 
Saturday, March 8th - Semifinal Round
Winthrop 80, (S-2) UNC Asheville (17-15) 79
Coastal Carolina 66, (N-2) VMI (19-12) 62
 
Sunday, March 9th - Championship Game
(S-1) Coastal Carolina (21-12) 76, (S-4) Winthrop (20-13) 61
 
Tournament Titles and Records
 SchoolTitlesLast Tourney Record  
 Winthrop102010 36-18  
 UNC Asheville42012 28-24  
 Charleston Southern41997 25-23  
 Liberty32013 21-19  
 Coastal Carolina31993 15-23  
 Radford22009 22-25  
 Campbell11992 10-10  
 High Point0 10-12  
 Virginia Military0 9-8  
 Longwood0 1-1  
 Gardner-Webb0 1-4  
 Presbyterian0 0-1  
 
Past Big South Tournament Winners, Results and Most Valuable Players
2014Coastal Carolina def. Winthrop, 76-61 (Warren Gillis)
2013Liberty def. Charleston Southern, 87-76 (Davon Marshall)
2012UNC Asheville def. Virginia Military, 80-64 (J.P. Primm)
2011UNC Asheville def. Coastal Carolina, 60-47 (Matt Dickey)
2010Winthrop def. Coastal Carolina, 64-53 (Mantoris Robinson)
2009Radford def. Virginia Military, 108-94 (Artsiom Parakhouski)
2008Winthrop def. UNC Asheville, 66-48 (Michael Jenkins)
2007Winthrop def. Virginia Military, 84-81 (Craig Bradshaw)
2006Winthrop def. Coastal Carolina, 51-50 (Torrell Martin)
2005Winthrop def. Charleston Southern, 68-46 (Torrell Martin)
2004Liberty def. High Point, 89-44 (Danny Gathings)
2003UNC Asheville def. Radford, 85-71 (Andre Smith)
2002Winthrop def. High Point, 70-48 (Greg Lewis)
2001Winthrop def. Radford, 67-65 OT (Andrey Sactchenko)
2000Winthrop def. NC-Asheville, 75-62 (Greg Lewis)
1999Winthrop def. Radford, 86-74 (Heson Groves)
1998Radford def. NC-Asheville, 63-61 (Josh Pittman)
1997Charleston Southern def. Liberty, 64-54 (Peter Aluma)
1996NC-Greensboro def. Liberty, 79-53 (Scott Hartzell)
1995Charleston Southern def. NC-Greensboro, 68-67 (Eric Burks)
1994Liberty def. Campbell, 76-62 (Peter Aluma)
1993Coastal Carolina def. Winthrop, 78-65 (Tony Dunkin)
1992Campbell def. Charleston Southern, 67-53 (Mark Mocnik)
1991Coastal Carolina def. Augusta, 89-54 (Tony Dunkin)
1990Coastal Carolina def. NC-Asheville, 76-73 (Milton Moore)
1989UNC Asheville def. Campbell, 93-78 (Milton Moore)
1988Winthrop def. Radford, 71-56 (Shaun Wise)
1987Charleston Southern def. Campbell, 64-63 (Ben Hinson)
1986Charleston Southern def. Augusta, 68-60 (Ben Hinson)
 
NOTES:
Winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. All times Eastern. UNC Greensboro won this tournament in 1996 when it was a member of the conference. Winthrop is the only school in conference history to win four straight years, which it has done twice (1999-2002, 2005-08), and 10 overall. Fifth-seeded Liberty defeated top-seeded Charleston Southern, 87-76, last year to win its third title and first in nine years. Liberty lost to North Carolina A&T, 73-72, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. In 2007, Winthrop defeated Notre Dame, 74-64, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to become the first Big South team ever to advance to the second round. Ben Hinson (1986-87) of Charleston Southern, Milton Moore (1989-90) of UNC Asheville and Torrell Martin (2005-06) of Winthrop are the only players who have won back-to-back tournament MVP honors. The top two teams in each division receive byes into the quarterfinals.

03/09 14:30:20 ET

As of March 9, 2014, at 02:30 PM ET