Atlantic 10 Men's Basketball Tournament

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Atlantic 10 Men's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Atlantic 10 Conference logo.svg
Sport College basketball
Conference Atlantic 10 Conference
Number of teams 14
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium Rotates; Capital One Arena in 2018
Current location Rotates; Washington, D.C. in 2018
Played 1977–present
Last contest 2018
Current champion Davidson
Most championships Temple (9)
TV partner(s) NBCSN CBSSN Stadium[1]

The Atlantic 10 Conference Men's Basketball Tournament is the conference championship tournament in men's basketball for the Atlantic 10 Conference (A-10). The tournament has been held every year since 1977. It is a single-elimination tournament, and seeding is based on regular season records. The winner, declared conference champion, receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

Tournament champions[edit]

Year Winner Score Opponent Most Outstanding Player Venue
1977 Duquesne 57–54 Villanova Norm Nixon, Duquesne The Spectrum
1978 Villanova 63–59 West Virginia Alex Bradley, Villanova Civic Arena
1979 Rutgers 61–57 Pittsburgh James Bailey, Rutgers Civic Arena
1980 Villanova 74–62 West Virginia Lowes Moore, West Virginia Civic Arena
1981 Pittsburgh 64–60 Duquesne Lenny McMillan, Pittsburgh Civic Arena
1982 Pittsburgh 78–72 West Virginia Clyde Vaughan, Pittsburgh Civic Arena
1983 West Virginia 86–78 Temple Terence Stansbury, Temple The Spectrum
1984 West Virginia 59–56 St. Bonaventure Lester Rowe, West Virginia WVU Coliseum
1985 Temple 59–51 Rutgers Granger Hall, Temple Rutgers Athletic Center
1986 Saint Joseph's 70–66 Penn State Greg Mullee, Saint Joseph's Brendan Byrne Arena
1987 Temple 70–57 George Washington Nate Blackwell, Temple McGonigle Hall
1988 Temple 68–63 Rhode Island Tom Garrick, Rhode Island WVU Coliseum
1989 Rutgers 70–66 Penn State Tom Savage, Rutgers Louis Brown Athletic Center
1990 Temple 53–51 UMass Mark Macon, Temple McGonigle Hall
1991 Penn State 81–75 George Washington Freddie Barnes, Penn State Rec Hall
1992 UMass 97–91 West Virginia Harper Williams, UMass Curry Hicks Cage
1993 UMass 69–61 Temple Harper Williams, UMass Mullins Center
1994 UMass 70–59 Temple Mike Williams, UMass Mullins Center
1995 UMass 63–44 Temple Lou Roe, Massachusetts Mullins Center
1996 UMass 76–61 Temple Carmelo Travieso, UMass Philadelphia Civic Center
1997 Saint Joseph's 61–56 Rhode Island Rashid Bey, Saint Joseph's CoreStates Spectrum
1998 Xavier 77–63 George Washington James Posey, Xavier CoreStates Spectrum
1999 Rhode Island 62–59 Temple Lamar Odom, Rhode Island First Union Spectrum
2000 Temple 65–44 St. Bonaventure Quincy Wadley, Temple First Union Spectrum
2001 Temple 76–65 UMass Lynn Greer, Temple First Union Spectrum
2002 Xavier 73–60 Richmond David West, Xavier First Union Spectrum
2003 Dayton 79–72 Temple Ramod Marshall, Dayton University of Dayton Arena
2004 Xavier 58–49 Dayton Lionel Chalmers, Xavier University of Dayton Arena
2005 George Washington 76–67 Saint Joseph's Pat Carroll, Saint Joseph's U.S. Bank Arena
2006 Xavier 62–61 Saint Joseph's Justin Cage, Xavier U.S. Bank Arena
2007 George Washington 78–69 Rhode Island Maureece Rice, George Washington Boardwalk Hall
2008 Temple 69–64 Saint Joseph's Dionte Christmas, Temple Boardwalk Hall
2009 Temple 69–64 Duquesne Dionte Christmas, Temple Boardwalk Hall
2010 Temple 56–52 Richmond Juan Fernández, Temple Boardwalk Hall
2011 Richmond 67–54 Dayton Kevin Anderson, Richmond Boardwalk Hall
2012 St. Bonaventure 67–56 Xavier Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure Boardwalk Hall
2013 Saint Louis 62–56 VCU Dwayne Evans, Saint Louis Barclays Center
2014 Saint Joseph's 65–61 VCU Halil Kanačević, Saint Joseph's Barclays Center
2015 VCU 71–65 Dayton Treveon Graham, VCU Barclays Center[2]
2016 Saint Joseph's 87–74 VCU DeAndre' Bembry, Saint Joseph's Barclays Center[2]
2017 Rhode Island 70–63 VCU E. C. Matthews, Rhode Island PPG Paints Arena[3]
2018 Davidson 58–57 Rhode Island Peyton Aldridge, Davidson Capital One Arena[3]
2019 Barclays Center[4]
2020 Barclays Center[4]
2021 Barclays Center[4]

By school[edit]

School # of Tournament Championships Last Tournament Championship
Temple 9 2010
UMass 5 1996
Xavier 4 2006
Saint Joseph's 4 2016
Villanova 2 1980
Pittsburgh 2 1982
West Virginia 2 1984
Rutgers 2 1989
George Washington 2 2007
Rhode Island 2 2017
Duquesne 1 1977
Penn State 1 1991
Dayton 1 2003
Richmond 1 2011
St. Bonaventure 1 2012
Saint Louis 1 2013
VCU 1 2015
Davidson 1 2018
Butler 0
Charlotte 0
Fordham 0
George Mason 0
La Salle 0
Virginia Tech 0
  • Former member of the Atlantic 10

Television[edit]

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