2010 College Basketball Invitational

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2010 College Basketball Invitational Tournament
Season 2009–10
Teams 16
Finals site Chaifetz Arena
Stuart C. Siegel Center
St. Louis, MO
Richmond, VA
Champions VCU (1st title)
Runner-up Saint Louis (1st title game)
Semifinalists Boston University (1st semifinal)
Princeton (1st semifinal)
Winning coach Shaka Smart (1st title)
MVP Joey Rodriguez VCU
College Basketball Invitational Tournaments
«2009 2011»

The 2010 College Basketball Invitational (CBI) is a single-elimination tournament of 16 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I teams that did not participate in the 2010 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament or the 2010 National Invitation Tournament. The opening round began Tuesday, March 16. A best-of-three championship series between the two teams in the final was held on March 29, March 31, and April 2.

Participants[edit]

Round 1 away teams[edit]

School Conference Overall
record
Conference
record
Indiana State Missouri Valley 17–14 9–9
Green Bay Horizon 21–12 11–7
VCU CAA 22–9 11–7
Charleston Southern 21–11 14–4
Boston University America East 19–13 11–5
Colorado State Mountain West 16–15 7–9
IUPUI The Summit League 24–10 15–3
Duquesne Atlantic 10 16–15 7–9

Round 1 home teams[edit]

School Conference Overall
record
Conference
record
Saint Louis Atlantic 10 20–11 11–5
Akron MAC 24–10 12–4
George Washington Atlantic 10 16–14 6–10
Eastern Kentucky Ohio Valley 20–12 11–7
Oregon State Pac-10 14–17 8–10
Morehead State Ohio Valley 23–10 15–3
Hofstra CAA 19–14 10–8
Princeton Ivy League 20–8 11–3

Bracket[edit]

  First round
March 16–17
 
Quarterfinals
March 22
 
Semifinals
March 24
(Teams reseeded)
Finals
March 29, 31, April 2
(Best of three)
                                         
E1  Saint Louis 63  
E4  Indiana State 54  
  E1  Saint Louis 68**  
 
  E3  Green Bay 62  
E2  Akron 67
E3  Green Bay 70  
  E1  Saint Louis 69  
  M2  Princeton 59  
S1  George Washington 73  
S4  VCU 79  
  S4  VCU 93
 
  S3  Charleston 86  
S2  Eastern Kentucky 79
S3  Charleston 82  
  E1  Saint Louis 56 65
  S4  VCU 68 71
W1  Oregon State 78  
W4  Boston University 96  
  W4  Boston University 91*
 
  W2  Morehead State 89  
W2  Morehead State 74
W3  Colorado State 60  
  W4  Boston University 75
  S4  VCU 88  
M1  Hofstra 60  
M4  IUPUI 74  
  M4  IUPUI 68
 
  M2  Princeton 74**  
M2  Princeton 65
M3  Duquesne 51  

* denotes each overtime played

See also[edit]