Puerto Rico Tip-Off

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Puerto Rico Tip-Off
Puerto-Rico-Tip-Off-Logo.jpg
Puerto Rico Tip-Off
Sport College basketball
Founded 2007
Founder ESPN Regional Television
No. of teams 8
Country  United States
Venue(s) HP Field House (2016)
Roberto Clemente Coliseum (2013–2015)
Coliseo Rubén Rodríguez (2012)
José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum (2007–2011)
Most recent
champion(s)
Xavier
Most titles Miami (FL) & Xavier (2)
TV partner(s) ESPN
Official website puertoricotipoff.com

The Puerto Rico Tip-Off is an ESPN Regional Television owned and operated preseason college basketball tournament that takes place in late November of each year, usually the week before Thanksgiving. For 2016 the Tournament will take place at HP Field House in Orlando, Florida due to Zika virus outbreak in Puerto Rico.[1] It takes place in Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Previously the event was held in Bayamón, Puerto Rico at Coliseo Rubén Rodríguez and San Juan, Puerto Rico at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico. [2] The tournament was started in 2007.

Champions[edit]

Year School
2016 Xavier
2015 Miami
2014 West Virginia
2013 Charlotte
2012 Oklahoma State
2011 Alabama
2010 Minnesota
2009 Villanova
2008 Xavier
2007 Miami

2016 Tournament[edit]

The 2016 field of eight teams to compete in the 2016 Puerto Rico Tip-Off was unveiled on July 14, 2016.[3] The 2016 Field will include Arizona State, Clemson, Davidson, Missouri, Northern Iowa, Oklahoma, Tulane and Xavier. For 2016 the Tournament will take place at HP Field House in Orlando, Florida due to Zika virus outbreak in Puerto Rico instead of Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Tournament will take place November 17-20. For 2016, the tournament was called the Tire Pros Invitational.

First Round
November 17
Semifinals
November 18
Championship
November 20
                 
Clemson 95
Davidson 78
Clemson 77
11 Xavier 83
11 Xavier 83OT
Missouri 82
11 Xavier 67
  Northern Iowa 59
Northern Iowa 82
Arizona State 63
  Northern Iowa 73
  Oklahoma 67 OT
Oklahoma 89
Tulane 70
3rd place game
November 20
     
Clemson 64
  Oklahoma 70
Consolation 2nd Round
November 18
5th place game
November 20
           
Davidson 70
Missouri 55
  Davidson 68
  Arizona State 60
Arizona State 80
Tulane 71
7th place game
November 20
     
  Missouri 67
  Tulane 62

2015 Tournament[edit]

The 2015 field of eight teams to compete in the 2015 Puerto Rico Tip-Off was unveiled, which will begin on November 19, 2015, have been confirmed.[4][5] On July 15th, 2015, SB Nation reported the first round matchups, with Texas Tech-Utah and Mississippi State-Miami on one side of the bracket and Minnesota-Temple, plus Butler-Missouri State on the other. [6]

First Round
November 19
Semifinals
November 20
Championship
November 22
                 
22 Butler 93
Missouri State 59
22 Butler 74
Temple 69
Minnesota 70
Temple 75
22 Butler 75
Miami (FL) 85
Mississippi State 79
Miami (FL) 105
Miami (FL) 90
16 Utah 66
  Texas Tech 63
16 Utah 73
3rd place game
November 22
     
Temple 68
16 Utah 74
Consolation 2nd Round
November 20
5th place game
November 22
           
Missouri State 69
Minnesota 74
Minnesota 68
Texas Tech 81
Mississippi State 72
Texas Tech 74
7th place game
November 22
     
Missouri State 70
Mississippi State 84

2014 Tournament[edit]

[7]

First Round
Thursday, November 20
Semifinals
Friday, November 21
Championship
Sunday, November 23
                 
  Texas A&M 53
  Dayton 55
  Dayton 64
17 Connecticut 75
  Charleston 57
17 Connecticut 65
17 Connecticut 68
  West Virginia 78
  New Mexico 65
  Boston College 69
  Boston College 66
  West Virginia 70
  George Mason 65
  West Virginia 91
3rd Place Game
Sunday, November 23
     
  Dayton 65
  Boston College 53
Consolation 2nd Round
Friday, November 21
5th Place Game
Sunday, November 23
           
  Texas A&M 59
  Charleston 50
  Texas A&M 64
  New Mexico 51
  New Mexico 69
  George Mason 58
7th Place Game
Sunday, November 23
     
  Charleston 61
  George Mason 60

2012 Tournament[edit]

[8]

First Round
Thursday, November 15
Semifinals
Friday, November 16
Championship
Sunday, November 18
                 
  Akron 65
  Oklahoma State 69OT
  Oklahoma State 62
  Tennessee 45
  UNC Asheville 68
  Tennessee 75
  Oklahoma State 76
6 NC State 56
6 NC State 72
  Penn State 55
6 NC State 94
  UMass 76
  Providence 75
  UMass 77
3rd Place Game
Sunday, November 18
     
  Tennessee 83
  UMass 69
Consolation 2nd Round
Friday, November 16
5th Place Game
Sunday, November 18
           
  Akron 82
  UNC Asheville 63
  Akron 85
  Penn State 60
  Penn State 55OT
  Providence 52
7th Place Game
Sunday, November 18
     
  UNC Asheville 67
  Providence 72

All Times Eastern

2011 Tournament[edit]

  • November 17–20
First Round Semifinals Championship
                 
  Temple 69
  Western Michigan 55
  Temple 77
  Purdue 85
  Purdue 91
  Iona 90
  Purdue 56
16 Alabama 65
  Maryland 42
16 Alabama 62
16 Alabama 70
  Wichita State 60
  Wichita State 67
  Colorado 58
3rd Place Game
     
  Temple 78OT
  Wichita State 74
Consolation 2nd Round 5th Place Game
           
  Western Michigan 88
  Iona 94
  Iona 89
  Maryland 63
  Maryland 78
  Colorado 71
7th Place Game
     
  Western Michigan 76
  Colorado 81

2010 Tournament[edit]

  • November 18–21
First Round Semifinals Championship
                 
Davidson 70
West Virginia 84
West Virginia 74
Vanderbilt 71
Nebraska 49
Vanderbilt 59
Minnesota 74
West Virginia 70
Hofstra 63
8 North Carolina 107
8 North Carolina 67
Minnesota 72
WKU 77
Minnesota 95
3rd Place
     
Vanderbilt 72
8 North Carolina 65
Consolation 2nd Round 5th Place
           
Davidson 70
Nebraska 67
Davidson 64
WKU 51
Hofstra 60
WKU 62
7th Place Game
     
Nebraska 62
Hofstra 47

‡ tournament record for most points scored in a game

2009 Tournament[edit]

  • November 19–22
First Round Semifinals Championship
                 
21 Dayton 63
19 Georgia Tech 59
21 Dayton 65
6 Villanova 71
6 Villanova 69
  George Mason 68
6 Villanova 79
  Ole Miss 67
  Indiana 71
  Ole Miss 89
  Ole Miss 86
  Kansas State 74
  Boston University 70
  Kansas State 80
3rd Place Game
     
21 Dayton 75
  Kansas State 83
Consolation 2nd Round 5th Place Game
           
19 Georgia Tech 70
  George Mason 62
19 Georgia Tech 85
  Boston University 67
  Indiana 67
  Boston University 71
7th Place Game
     
  George Mason 69
  Indiana 66

2008 Tournament[edit]

  • November 20–23
First Round Semifinals Championship
                 
  Fairfield 57
  Virginia Tech 74
  Virginia Tech 62
  Xavier 63
  Missouri 71
  Xavier 75
  Xavier 63
  Memphis 58
  Chattanooga 71
  Memphis 83
  Memphis 84
  Seton Hall 70
  USC 61
  Seton Hall 63
3rd Place Game
     
  Virginia Tech 73
  Seton Hall 77
Consolation 2nd Round 5th Place Game
           
  Fairfield 59
  Missouri 87
  Missouri 83
  USC 72
  Chattanooga 46
  USC 73
7th Place Game
     
  Fairfield 61
  Chattanooga 42

2007 Tournament[edit]

  • November 15–18
First Round Semifinals Championship
                 
  Houston 72
  VCU 73
  VCU 63
  Miami 69
  Marist 61
  Miami 85
  Miami 64
  Providence 58
  Temple 64
  Providence 66
18 Arkansas 51
  Providence 67
  College of Charleston 49
18 Arkansas 75
3rd Place Game
     
  VCU 60
18 Arkansas 70
Loser's Bracket Fifth Place Game
           
  Houston 64
  Marist 58
  College of Charleston 69
  Houston 84
  College of Charleston 79
  Temple 76
7th Place Game
     
  Marist 69
  Temple 73

Future Fields[edit]

2017[9][edit]

  • Boise State
  • Florida State
  • Iowa State
  • Illinois State
  • South Carolina
  • Tulsa
  • UTEP
  • Western Michigan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Puerto Rico Tip-Off Changing Venue for 2016 Tournament". Puerto Rico Tip-Off. ESPNEvents.com. Retrieved 27 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "2012 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Moves to Bayamon as Tickets Go on Sale". espn.com. Retrieved 24 September 2012. 
  3. ^ "BRACKET FOR 2016 EVENT REVEALED". Puerto Rico Tip-Off. ESPNEvents.com. Retrieved 27 September 2016. 
  4. ^ Dobbertean, Chris. "2015-16 College Basketball Early Season Tournaments And Events". Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  5. ^ "JUST IN: 2015 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Field Announced". Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  6. ^ http://www.bloggingthebracket.com/2015/7/10/8917037/2015-puerto-rico-tip-off-bracket-projection-scheduling-teams-history?_ga=1.165943286.951744073.1347573392. Retrieved 28 July 2015.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  7. ^ "2013 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Bracket" (PDF). Retrieved 6 August 2014. 
  8. ^ "2012 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Bracket" (PDF). espn.com. Retrieved 7 August 2012. 
  9. ^ Rothstein, Jon. "Iowa State, Florida State headline field for 2017 Puerto Rico Shootout". tidatS. Today's U. Retrieved 21 October 2016. 

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