2011 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

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2011 Southern Conference Men's
Basketball Tournament
Classification Division I
Season 2010–11
Teams 12
Site McKenzie Arena
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Champions Wofford (2nd title)
Winning coach Mike Young (2nd title)
MVP Noah Dahlman[1] Wofford
Attendance 3,374 (Championship game)
Television SportSouth, ESPN2
Post-Southern Conference
tournament(s)
2011 NIT, 2011 NCAA,
2011 CBI, 2011 CIT
Southern Conference Men's
Basketball Tournaments
«2010  2012»
2010–11 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
North
Western Carolina 12 6   .667     18 15   .545
Chattanooga 12 6   .667     16 16   .500
Appalachian State 10 8   .556     16 15   .516
Elon 7 11   .389     14 17   .452
UNC Greensboro 6 12   .333     7 24   .226
Samford 4 14   .222     12 19   .387
South
College of Charleston 14 4   .778     25 10   .714
Wofford 14 4   .778     21 13   .618
Furman 12 6   .667     22 11   .667
Davidson 10 8   .556     18 14   .563
The Citadel 6 12   .333     10 22   .313
Georgia Southern 1 17   .056     5 27   .156
SoCon Tournament winner
As of March 17, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2011 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament took place between Friday, March 4 and Monday, March 7 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, at McKenzie Arena. The semifinals were televised by SportSouth, with the Southern Conference Championship Game televised by ESPN2. The championship matched the two teams with the best conference records, College of Charleston and Wofford. Although College of Charleston had won both regular season meetings against Wofford, the Terriers defeated the Cougars in the championship game, 77–67, to secure their bid to the 2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, Wofford's second straight appearance.

Standings[edit]

North
School W L
Western Carolina 12 6
Chattanooga 12 6
Appalachian State 10 8
Elon 7 11
UNC Greensboro 6 12
Samford 4 14
South
School W L
College of Charleston 14 4
Wofford 14 4
Furman 12 6
Davidson 10 8
The Citadel 6 12
Georgia Southern 1 17

Tiebreakers:

Western Carolina and Chattanooga split their season series. Western Carolina was 2–0 against third-place Appalachian State, while Chattanooga was 1–1.

College of Charleston swept the season series with Wofford, 2–0.

Bracket[edit]

  First Round[2]
Friday, March 4
Quarterfinals
Saturday, March 5
Semifinals
Sunday, March 6
Championship Game
Monday, March 7
                                     
        
  N1  Western Carolina 77  
    N5  UNC Greensboro 66  
S4  Davidson 64
N5  UNC Greensboro 71  
  N1  Western Carolina 72  
  S2  Wofford 86  
        
        
  S2  Wofford 69
    N3  Appalachian State 56  
N3  Appalachian State 65
S6  Georgia Southern 57  
  S2  Wofford 77
  S1  College of Charleston 67
        
        
  N2  Chattanooga 52
    S3  Furman 61  
S3  Furman 61
N6  Samford 48  
  S3  Furman 58
  S1  College of Charleston 63  
        
        
  S1  College of Charleston 78
    N4  Elon 60  
N4  Elon 85
S5  The Citadel 74  

Asterisk denotes game ended in overtime.

All-Tournament Team[edit]

First Team
Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston
Donovan Monroe, College of Charleston
Jamar Diggs, Wofford
Cameron Rundles, Wofford
Noah Dahlman, Wofford

Second Team
Trent Wiedeman, College of Charleston
Jordan Miller, Furman
Amu Saaka, Furman
Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina
Mike Williams, Western Carolina

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