MEAC Men's Basketball Tournament

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MEAC Men's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference logo.png
MEAC Logo
Sport Basketball
Conference Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Number of teams 11
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium Norfolk Scope
Current location Norfolk, VA
Played 1972–present
Last contest 2017
Current champion Hampton
Most championships North Carolina A&T Aggies (16)
TV partner(s) ESPNU
Official website www.meachoops.com
Sponsors
ESPNU, Russel Athletics, State Farm Insurance, Coca-Cola, Nike, Wachovia

The MEAC Men's Basketball Tournament (popularly known as the MEAC Tournament) is the conference championship tournament in basketball for the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). The tournament has been held every year since 1972. 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.

Year Champion Score Runner-up Tournament MVP Location
1972 North Carolina A&T 71–62 Howard Robert Lewis (HU) Cameron Indoor StadiumDurham, NC
1973 North Carolina A&T 86–81 Howard William Harris (NCAT) Cameron Indoor Stadium • Durham, NC
1974 Maryland Eastern Shore 77–62 Morgan State Talvin Skinner (UMES) Baltimore Civic CenterBaltimore, MD
1975 North Carolina A&T 86–77 Morgan State Marvin Webster (MSU) Baltimore Civic Center • Baltimore, MD
1976 Morgan State 82–77 Howard James Sparrow (NCAT) Greensboro ColiseumGreensboro, NC
1977 North Carolina A&T 66–63 Morgan State Eric Evans (MSU) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1978 North Carolina A&T 82–77 Howard James Sparrow (NCAT) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1979 North Carolina A&T 48–46 Howard Larry Spriggs (HU) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1980 Howard 78–69 Maryland Eastern Shore Larry Spriggs (HU) Winston-Salem Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC
1981 Howard 78–69 Maryland Eastern Shore Larry Spriggs (HU) Winston-Salem Memorial Coliseum • Winston-Salem, NC
1982 North Carolina A&T 79–67 Howard Eric Boyd (NCAT) Winston-Salem Memorial Coliseum • Winston-Salem, NC
1983 North Carolina A&T 71–64 Howard Joe Binion (NCAT) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1984 North Carolina A&T 65–58 Howard Eric Boyd (NCAT) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1985 North Carolina A&T 71–69 Howard Eric Boyd (NCAT) The PalestraPhiladelphia, PA
1986 North Carolina A&T 53–52 Howard Thomas Griffis (NCAT) Philadelphia Civic Center • Philadelphia, PA
1987 North Carolina A&T 79–58 Howard Thomas Griffis (NCAT) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1988 North Carolina A&T 101–86 FAMU Claude Williams (NCAT) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1989 South Carolina State 83–79 FAMU Travis Williams (SCSU) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1990 Coppin State 54–50 North Carolina A&T Reggie Isaac (CSU) Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, NC
1991 Florida A&M 84–80 Delaware State Kenneth Davis (FAMU) Norfolk Scope • Norfolk, VA
1992 Howard 67–65 FAMU Howard Holley (HU) Norfolk Scope • Norfolk, VA
1993 Coppin State 80–53 Delaware State Stephen Stewart (CSU) Norfolk Scope • Norfolk, VA
1994 North Carolina A&T 87–70 South Carolina State[1] Phillip Alien (NCAT) Talmadge L. Hill Field House • Baltimore, MD
1995 North Carolina A&T 66–64 Coppin State Phillip Alien (NCAT) Talmadge L. Hill Field House • Baltimore, MD
1996 South Carolina State 69–56 Coppin State Derrick Patterson (SCSU) Leon County Civic CenterTallahassee, FL
1997 Coppin State 81–74 * North Carolina A&T Terquin Mott (CSU) Joseph G. Echols Memorial Hall • Norfolk, VA
1998 South Carolina State 66–61 Coppin State Roderick Blakney (SCSU) Richmond ColiseumRichmond, VA
1999 FAMU 64–61 UMES Monroe Pippins (FAMU) Richmond Coliseum • Richmond, VA
2000 South Carolina State 70–53 Coppin State Mike Waitre (SCSU) Arthur Ashe Athletic Center and Richmond Coliseum • Richmond, VA
2001 Hampton 70–68 Maryland Eastern Shore Tarvis Williams (HIU) Arthur Ashe Athletic Center and Richmond Coliseum • Richmond, VA
2002 Hampton 80-62 Howard Tommy Adams (HIU) Arthur Ashe Athletic Center and Richmond Coliseum • Richmond, VA
2003 South Carolina State 72–67 Hampton Dustin Braddick (SCSU) Arthur Ashe Athletic Center and Richmond Coliseum • Richmond, VA
2004 FAMU 58–51 Coppin State Terrence Woods (FAMU) Arthur Ashe Athletic Center and Richmond Coliseum • Richmond, VA
2005 Delaware State 55–53 Hampton Jahsha Bluntt (DSU) Arthur Ashe Athletic Center and Richmond Coliseum • Richmond, VA
2006 Hampton 60–56 Delaware State Rashad West (HIU) RBC CenterRaleigh, NC
2007 FAMU 58–56 Delaware State Brian Greene (FAMU) RBC Center • Raleigh, NC
2008 Coppin State 62–60 Morgan State Tywain McKee (CSU) RBC Center • Raleigh, NC
2009 Morgan State 83–69 Norfolk State Reggie Holmes (MSU) LJVM Coliseum • Winston-Salem, NC
2010 Morgan State 68–61 South Carolina State Kevin Thompson (MSU) LJVM Coliseum • Winston-Salem, NC
2011 Hampton 60–55 Morgan State Brandon Tunnell (HIU) LJVM Coliseum • Winston-Salem, NC
2012 Norfolk State 73–70 Bethune-Cookman Kyle O'Quinn (NSU) LJVM Coliseum • Winston-Salem, NC
2013 North Carolina A&T 57–54 Morgan State Adrian Powell (NCAT) Norfolk Scope • Norfolk, VA
2014 North Carolina Central 71–62 Morgan State Jeremy Ingram (NCCU) Norfolk Scope • Norfolk, VA
2015 Hampton 82–61 Delaware State Deron Powers (HIU) Norfolk Scope • Norfolk, VA
2016 Hampton 81–69 South Carolina State Reginald Johnson (HIU) Norfolk Scope • Norfolk, VA
2017 North Carolina Central 67–59 Norfolk State Patrick Cole (NCCU) Norfolk Scope • Norfolk, VA

* Overtime

Tournament championships by school[edit]

School # of Tournament Championships Last Tournament Championship
North Carolina A&T 16 2013
Hampton 6 2016
South Carolina State 5 2003
Coppin State 5 2008
FAMU 3 2007
Howard 3 1992
Morgan State 3 2010
North Carolina Central 2 2017
Delaware State 1 2005
Norfolk State 1 2012
UMES 1 1974

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