Conference Carolinas Men's Basketball Tournament

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Conference Carolinas Men's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Sport Basketball
Conference Conference Carolinas
Number of teams 8
Format Single-elimination tournament
Played 1936, 1941–1943, 1947–present
Current champion Lees–McRae (1st)
Most championships High Point (12)
Official website CC men's basketball

The Conference Carolinas Men's Basketball Tournament is the annual conference basketball championship tournament for Conference Carolinas (formerly the North State Intercollegiate Conference, Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, and the Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference). The tournament has been held annually since 1936 with two gaps between 19371–940 and 19441–946. It is a single-elimination tournament and seeding is based on regular season records.[1]

The winner, declared conference champion, receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Championship.

Results[edit]

Year Champions Score Runner-Up Venue
1936 High Point 49–39 Lenoir–Rhyne High Point, NC
1937 Not held
1938 Not held
1939 Not held
1940 Not held
1941 Appalachian State 51–40 Catawba High Point, NC
1942 High Point 50–34 Appalachian State High Point, NC
1943 Appalachian State 36–31 Western Carolina High Point, NC
1944 Not held
1945 Not held
1946 Not held
1947 Elon 53–51 Western Carolina High Point, NC
1948 Appalachian State 74–59 High Point Elkin, NC
1949 Lenoir–Rhyne 57–55 Appalachian State Elkin, NC
1950 Appalachian State 67–53 Elon Statesville, NC
1951 High Point 66–62 East Carolina Statesville, NC
1952 Lenoir–Rhyne 74–59 High Point Statesville, NC
1953 High Point 66–63 Elon Winston-Salem, NC
1954 East Carolina 86–75 Atlantic Christian Lexington, NC
1955 Atlantic Christian 108–85 Lenoir–Rhyne Lexington, NC
1956 Elon 71–67 Lenoir–Rhyne Lexington, NC
1957 Lenoir–Rhyne 71–58 Western Carolina Lexington, NC
1958 Lenoir–Rhyne 79–64 High Point Lexington, NC
1959 Western Carolina 39–36 Catawba Lexington, NC
1960 Catawba 59–57OT Lenoir–Rhyne Lexington, NC
1961 High Point † 88–73 Atlantic Christian Lexington, NC
1962 Western Carolina 69–58 High Point Lexington, NC
1963 Lenoir–Rhyne 63–47 High Point Lexington, NC
1964 Lenoir–Rhyne 31–30 High Point Lexington, NC
1965 Elon 67–60 High Point Lexington, NC
1966 High Point 59–55 Appalachian State Lexington, NC
1967 Appalachian State 91–67 Guilford Lexington, NC
1968 Guilford 80–73 Catawba Winston-Salem, NC
1969 High Point 80–67 Newberry Winston-Salem, NC
1970 Guilford 66–61 Elon Winston-Salem, NC
1971 Elon 58–57 Guilford Winston-Salem, NC
1972 Elon 83–69 Guilford Elon, NC
1973 Catawba 72–69 Guilford Lexington, NC
1974 Lenoir–Rhyne 65–63 Mars Hill Lexington, NC
1975 Pfeiffer 61–58 High Point Lexington, NC
1976 Guilford 89–74 Catawba Lexington, NC
1977 Catawba 67–65OT Pembroke State Lexington, NC
1978 High Point 82–80 Guilford Lexington, NC
1979 High Point 54–51 Pfeiffer Salisbury, NC
1980 Catawba 10–9 High Point Salisbury, NC
1981 Pembroke State 63–61 Wingate Salisbury, NC
1982 Pembroke State 77–76 Catawba Salisbury, NC
1983 Catawba 82–75 Pembroke State Elon, NC
1984 Pembroke State 73–62 Wingate Elon, NC
1985 Lenoir–Rhyne 62–58 Catawba Salisbury, NC
1986 Pembroke State 85–81OT Atlantic Christian Salisbury, NC
1987 High Point 56–51 Elon Salisbury, NC
1988 High Point 67–64 Wingate Salisbury, NC
1989 High Point 97–92 Wingate High Point, NC
1990 Pembroke State 86–82 Pfeiffer High Point, NC
1991 Pfeiffer 110–96 Pembroke State High Point, NC
1992 Pfeiffer 98–59 High Point Misenheimer, NC
1993 Pfeiffer 69–62 Mount Olive Misenheimer, NC
1994 Pfeiffer 76–67 High Point Misenheimer, NC
1995 Pfeiffer 84–79 High Point Misenheimer, NC
1996 Queens (NC) 86–73OT High Point High Point, NC
1997 High Point 71–68 Queens (NC) High Point, NC
1998 Queens (NC) 63–55 Barton Fort Mill, SC
1999 Queens (NC) 78–72 Pfeiffer Fort Mill, SC
2000 St. Andrews (NC) 82–81 Pfeiffer Fort Mill, SC
2001 Longwood 80–65 Queens (NC) Fort Mill, SC
2002 Belmont Abbey 78–60 Queens (NC) Fort Mill, SC
2003 Belmont Abbey 73–68 Pfeiffer Misenheimer, NC
2004 Pfeiffer 106–95 Mount Olive Due West, SC
2005 Pfeiffer 98–84 Mount Olive Gaffney, SC
2006 Barton 102–1002OT Mount Olive Mount Olive, NC
2007 Barton 92–80 Mount Olive Misenheimer, NC
2008 Mount Olive 90–82 Queens (NC) Mount Olive, NC
2009 Barton 65–52 Erskine Wilson, NC
2010 Mount Olive 83–80 Anderson (SC) Mount Olive, NC
2011 Limestone 68–59 Barton Gaffney, SC
2012 Barton 67–60 Mount Olive Mount Olive, NC
2013 Belmont Abbey 67–55 Limestone Gaffney, SC
2014 Limestone 69–54 King (TN) Concord, NC
2015 North Greenville 68–66 Mount Olive Mount Olive, NC
2016 King (TN) 85–53 Barton Bristol, TN
2017 Limestone 76–70 King (TN) Misenheimer, NC
2018 Lees–McRae 75–72 Belmont Abbey Banner Elk, NC

Championship records[edit]

School Finals Record Finals Appearances Years
High Point 12–13 25 1936, 1942, 1951, 1953, 1961, 1966, 1969, 1978, 1979, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1997
Pfeiffer 8–5 13 1975, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2004, 2005
Lenoir–Rhyne 8–4 12 1949, 1952, 1957, 1958, 1963, 1964, 1974, 1985
Appalachian State 5–3 8 1941, 1943, 1948, 1950, 1967
Barton
(Atlantic Christian)
5–6 11 1955, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012
Catawba 5–6 11 1960, 1973, 1977, 1980, 1983
Elon 5–4 9 1947, 1956, 1965, 1971, 1972
UNC Pembroke
(Pembroke State)
5–3 8 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1990
Belmont Abbey 3–1 4 2002, 2003, 2013
Guilford 3–5 8 1968, 1970, 1976
Limestone 3–1 4 2011, 2014, 2017
Queens (NC) 3–4 7 1996, 1998, 1999
Mount Olive 2–7 9 2008, 2010
Western Carolina 2–3 5 1959, 1962
East Carolina 1–1 2 1954
King (TN) 1–2 3 2016
Lees–McRae 1–0 1 2018
Longwood 1–0 1 2001
North Greenville 1–0 1 2015
St. Andrews (NC) 1–0 1 2000
Wingate 0–4 4
Anderson (SC) 0–1 1
Erskine 0–1 1
Newberry 0–1 1
Mars Hill 0–1 1
  • Emmanuel and Southern Wesleyan have not yet qualified for the tournament finals
  • Presbyterian and Coker never reached the tournament finals before departing the conference
  • Schools highlighted in pink are former members of Conference Carolinas

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Conference History". Year-by-year records. Conference Carolinas. 2012. Retrieved May 8, 2017.