The Madness of March begins with the craziness of the Horizon League’s Men’s Basketball Tournament. Follow your team as it tries to secure the Horizon League’s tournament championship and an automatic qualifying bid for the NCAA tournament. Follow this site as seedings, pairings and sites are determined. After four months of intense competition, it all comes down to this. Be there and support your Horizon League team!
Ticket prices and seat locations are still to be determined but you can guarantee that you will be in The House by calling your school’s ticket office or filling out the form.
Butler -- (317) 940-9390
Milwaukee -- (414) 229-2958
MEN’S TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
First Round (Campus venues)
Game 1 -- #3 Cleveland State 83, #10 UIC 71
Game 2 -- #6 Wright State 60, #7 Green Bay 50
Game 3 -- #4 Valparaiso 80, #9 Youngstown State 71
Game 4 -- #5 Detroit 90, #8 Loyola 69
Second Round (at Milwaukee)
Game 5 -- #3 Cleveland State 73, #6 Wright State 59
Game 6 -- #4 Valparaiso 88, #5 Detroit 78
Semifinals (at Milwaukee)
Game 7 -- #2 Butler 76, #3 Cleveland State 68
Game 8 -- #1 Milwaukee 70, #4 Valparaiso 63
Championship (at Milwaukee)
Game 9 -- #1 Milwaukee vs. #2 Butler
Media members may apply for credentials for the Second Round, Semifinals and Championship by clicking here. For first round credentials, media members and scouts should directly contact the host schools.
1. If two tied teams met twice during the regular season and one of the two won both games, the winner shall be awarded the higher seed.
2. If two tied teams split in two games during the regular season, compare each team’s record against the team occupying the highest position in the standings and continue down through the standings until one team gains the advantage, thereby winning the higher position.
3. If three or more teams are tied, compare the combined record of each of the tied teams agains the other teams involved in the tie until an advantage is gained. (Example: Team A’s combined record against both Team B and Team C as compared to Team B’s combined record against both A and C, etc.)
4. If the provision of (3) above fail to resolve a tie involving three or more teams, compare each of the tied team’s records against the team occupying the highest position in the standings and continue down through the standings until the tie is reduced to a two-team tie, at which time revert to items (1) and (2) above or until the tie is broken.
5. If the above provisions fail to resolve a tie, the team with the higher RPI for that season will receive a higher seed (source for RPI: Collegiate Basketball News).