March 9: George Mason 60 - Drexel 54
George Mason started CAA Tournament play March 9 with a matinee matchup against Drexel. Sherrod Wright scored 23 to lead the Patriots to the semi-finals.
March 9: James Madison 72 - William & Mary 67
William & Mary's tournament hopes come to an early end as JMU's AJ Davis and Devon Moore proved too much for the Tribe. Both Davis and Moore scored 20 points leading the Dukes to the CAA semi-finals.
March 10: Northeastern 69 - George Mason 67
There will be no Cinderella-run for George Mason this year as they fell to Northeastern in the semi-finals of the CAA Tournament.
March 10: James Madison 58 - Delaware 57
Devon Moore hit two go-ahead free throws with four seconds remaining to send JMU to the CAA finals.
March 11: James Madison 70 - Northeastern 57
JMU punched their ticket to the big dance with their first conference championship in 19 years. They won the CAA championship over Northeastern thanks to an early 23-1 run.
March 14: Georgetown 62 - Cincinnati 43
Georgetown came into the Big East tournament with the conference player and coach of they year. They proved why as the Hoyas pulled away in the second half to send Cincinnati and their curious uniforms home.
March 14: Maryland 75 - Wake Forest 62
Maryland came into the ACC Tournament knowing they needed to prove themselves. They started things off on the right foot with a dominating win over the Demon Deacons.
March 15: Syracuse 58 - Georgetown 55 OT
Despite beating rival Syracuse twice this year, the Orange would not go away so easily in this semi-final matchup. In their last meeting ever as Big East teams, Syracuse managed to stun the Hoyas in overtime.
March 15: Maryland 83 - Duke 74
The Duke Blue Devils were undefeated with their star Ryan Kelly in the lineup, but Maryland put an end to that streak in the ACC quarter-finals. Proving their win at home was no fluke, Maryland added a key win to their tournament resume and kept their ACC championship hopes alive.
March 16: North Carolina 79 - Maryland 76
In need of another win to bolster their NCAA resume, the Terps came up short. Maryland looked emotionally drained to start after yesterday's big win and, despite a late push, were unable to tie North Carolina on a late three-point attempt.
March 16: VCU 71 - Massachusetts 62
VCU proved themselves all season long in their first year as a member of the A-10 conference. They proved themselves yet again with a strong win over UMass earning themselves a spot in the A-10 championship.