2014 Southland Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

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2014 Southland Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
Classification Division I
Season 2013–14
Teams 8
Site Merrell Center
Katy, Texas
Champions Stephen F. Austin (2nd title)
Winning coach Brad Underwood (1st title)
MVP Thomas Walkup (Stephen F. Austin)
← 2013
2015 →
2013–14 Southland Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Stephen F. Austin 18 0   1.000     32 3   .914
Texas A&M–CC 14 4   .778     18 16   .529
Sam Houston State 13 5   .722     24 11   .686
Northwestern State 12 6   .667     17 14   .548
Incarnate Word* 9 5   .643     21 6   .778
Oral Roberts 10 8   .556     17 16   .515
Nicholls State 10 8   .556     14 15   .483
McNeese State 9 9   .500     11 20   .355
New Orleans** 8 10   .444     11 15   .423
Southeastern Louisiana 7 11   .389     12 18   .400
Central Arkansas 5 13   .278     8 21   .276
Lamar 3 15   .167     4 26   .133
Abilene Christian* 2 12   .143     11 20   .355
Houston Baptist 2 16   .111     6 25   .194
2014 Southland Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll
*ineligible for postseason play due to Div. I transition
**ineligible for postseason play due to APR penalties


The 2014 Southland Conference Men's Basketball Tournament, a part of the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season, took place March 12–15 at the Merrell Center in Katy, Texas.[1] The winner of the tournament received the Southland Conference's automatic bid to the 2014 NCAA Tournament.

Bracket[edit]

Source:[2][3]

First round
Wednesday, March 12
SLC Digital
Quarterfinals
Thursday, March 13
SLC Digital
Semifinals
Friday, March 14
ESPN3
Championship
Saturday, March 15
ESPN2
     
             
             
          1 Stephen F. Austin 85  
          4 Northwestern State 78  
        4 Northwestern State 88  
5 Nicholls State 71     5 Nicholls State 72  
8 SE Louisiana 64       1 Stephen F. Austin[4] 68
          3 Sam Houston State 49
             
             
          2 Texas A&M–CC 63  
          3 Sam Houston State 69  
        3 Sam Houston State 70      
6 Oral Roberts 66     6 Oral Roberts 61      
7 McNeese State 62  

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