2013 CAA Men's Basketball Tournament

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2013 CAA Men's
Basketball Tournament
Tournament Logo
Tournament Logo
Classification Division I
Season 2012–13
Teams 7
Site Richmond Coliseum
Richmond, VA
Champions James Madison ( title)
Television NBC Sports Network
Post-CAA
tournament(s)
2013 NIT, 2013 NCAA,
2013 CBI, 2013 CIT
CAA Men's
Basketball Tournaments
«2012  2014»
2012–13 CAA men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Northeastern 14 4   .778     20 13   .606
Towson* 13 5   .722     18 13   .581
Delaware 13 5   .722     19 14   .576
James Madison 11 7   .611     21 15   .583
George Mason 10 8   .556     22 16   .579
Georgia State** 10 8   .556     15 16   .484
Drexel 9 9   .500     13 18   .419
William & Mary 7 11   .389     13 17   .433
UNC Wilmington* 5 13   .278     10 20   .333
Hofstra 4 14   .222     7 25   .219
Old Dominion** 3 15   .167     5 25   .167
2013 CAA Tournament winner
As of April 5, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll
*Ineligible for postseason play due to APR penalties
**Ineligible for conference tournament due to changing conferences in 2013

The 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Men's Basketball Tournament was held March 9–11 at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, VA. The champion, James Madison, received an automatic bid to the 2013 NCAA Tournament.

The 2013 tournament featured only seven teams due to UNC-Wilmington and Towson ineligible for postseason play as a result of low APR scores,[1] and Old Dominion and Georgia State being banned from the CAA tournament due to bylaws that deny access to championships that provide automatic NCAA bids to schools that have announced they will depart the league. Old Dominion and Georgia State were still eligible for an at-large bid to other postseason tournaments.[2]

Seeds[edit]

2013 CAA Men's Basketball Tournament seeds
Seed School Conf. Over.
1 Northeastern‡† 14-4 19-11
2 Delaware 13-5 18-13
3 James Madison 11-7 17-14
4 George Mason 10-8 17-13
5 Drexel 9-9 13-17
6 William & Mary 7-11 13-16
7 Hofstra 4-14 7-24
‡ – CAA regular season champions.
† – Received a bye in the conference tournament.
Overall records are as of the end of the regular season.

Schedule[edit]

Session Game Time* Matchup# Television
First Round – Saturday, March 9
1
1
3:30 PM
#4 George Mason 60, #5 Drexel 54
Comcast SportsNet
2
6:00 PM
#2 Delaware 62, #7 Hofstra 57
Comcast SportsNet
3
8:30 PM
#3 James Madison 72, #6 William & Mary 67
Comcast SportsNet
Semifinals – Sunday, March 10
2
4
2:00 PM
#1 Northeastern 69, #4 George Mason 67
NBC Sports Network
5
4:30 PM
#2 Delaware 57, #3 James Madison 58
NBC Sports Network
Championship Game – Monday, March 11
3
6
7:00 PM
#1 Northeastern 57, #3 James Madison 70
NBC Sports Network
*Game Times[3] in ET. #-Rankings denote tournament seed

Bracket[edit]

  Quarterfinals,
Saturday, March 9
Comcast SportsNet
Semifinals,
Sunday, March 10
NBCSN
Championship,
Monday, March 11
NBCSN
                           
        
  1  Northeastern 69  
    4  George Mason 67  
4  George Mason 60
  5  Drexel 54  
    1  Northeastern 57
  3  James Madison 70
  2  Delaware 62  
7  Hofstra 57  
2  Delaware 57
    3  James Madison 58  
3  James Madison 72
  6  William & Mary 67  

All times listed are Eastern

Game Summaries[edit]

Comcast SportsNet
March 9
3:30 pm
#4 George Mason 60, #5 Drexel 54
Scoring by half: 27-23, 33-31
Pts: S. Wright - 23
Rebs: J. Arledge - 8
Asts: 3 with 1
B. Allen - 6 Steals
Pts: F. Massenat - 20
Rebs: D. McCoy - 12
Asts: F. Massenat - 4
F. Massenat - 3 Blocks
Richmond Coliseum
Richmond, VA
Referees: W. Humes, L. Andrakakos, B. Testa
Comcast SportsNet
March 9
6:00 pm
#2 Delaware 62, #7 Hofstra 57
Scoring by half: 24-27, 38-30
Pts: D. Saddler - 22
Rebs: J. Hagins - 15
Asts: J. Threatt - 4
J. Hagins - 2 Blocks
Pts: 2 with 13
Rebs: 2 with 8
Asts: S. Mejia - 6
T. Bule - 3 Steals
Richmond Coliseum
Richmond, VA
Referees: T. Comer, A. Marotta, R. Tyburski
Comcast SportsNet
March 9
8:30 pm
#3 James Madison 72, #6 William & Mary 67
Scoring by half: 34-33, 38-34
Pts: 2 with 20
Rebs: R. Goins - 6
Asts: D. Moore - 8
A. Davis - 4 Steals
Pts: M. Thornton - 25
Rebs: M. Rum - 6
Asts: 4 with 2
M. Rum - 2 Steals
Richmond Coliseum
Richmond, VA
Attendance: 4655
Referees: S. Casady, B. Covington, T. Ebersole
NBC Sports Network
March 10
2:00 pm
#1 Northeastern 69, #4 George Mason 67
Scoring by half: 19-31, 50-36
Pts: 2 with 14
Rebs: Q. Ford - 6
Asts: J. Smith - 4
R. Spencer - 2 Blocks
Pts: B. Allen - 20
Rebs: M. Gujanicic - 6
Asts: 2 with 4
C. Edwards - 2 Steals
Richmond Coliseum
Richmond, VA
NBC Sports Network
March 10
4:30 pm
#2 Delaware 57, #3 James Madison 58
Scoring by half: 25-29, 32-29
Pts: J. Hagins - 12
Rebs: J. Hagins - 12
Asts: J. Hagins - 4
J. Hagins - 4 Blocks
Pts: A. Davis - 16
Rebs: D. Moore - 7
Asts: D. Moore - 6
A. Nation - 5 Blocks
Richmond Coliseum
Richmond, VA
NBC Sports Network
March 11
7:00 pm
#1 Northeastern 57, #3 James Madison 70
Richmond Coliseum
Richmond, VA

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blank, Tim. "Towson And UNC-Wilmington Men's Basketball Teams Both Ruled Ineligible For Postseason Play". sbnation.com. Retrieved 8 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "Georgia State, Old Dominion denied CAA postseason opportunities". The Washington Times. Retrieved 8 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "http://www.caasports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=8500&ATCLID=204843910". CAA.