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2008 Missouri Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

2008 Missouri Valley Conference Men's
Basketball Tournament
Classification Division I
Season 2007–08
Teams 10
Site Scottrade Center
St. Louis, Missouri
Champions Drake (1st title)
Winning coach Keno Davis (1st title)
MVP Adam Emmenecker[1] Drake
Post-Missouri Valley Conference
tournament(s)
2008 NIT, 2008 NCAA,
2008 CBI
Missouri Valley Conference Men's
Basketball Tournaments
«2007  2009»

The 2008 Missouri Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament was played in St. Louis, Missouri at the conclusion of the 2007–2008 regular season.

Missouri Valley Conference standings

# Team Conference Pct. Overall Pct.
1 Drake
15–3
.833
28–5
.848
2 Illinois State
13–5
.722
25–10
.714
3 Southern Illinois
11–7
.611
18–15
.545
4 Creighton
10–8
.556
23–11
.676
5 Bradley
9–9
.500
20–17
.541
6 Northern Iowa
9–9
.500
18–14
.563
7 Missouri State
8–10
.444
17–16
.515
8 Indiana State
8–10
.444
15–16
.484
9 Wichita State
4–14
.222
11–20
.355
10 Evansville
3–15
.167
9–21
.300

Tournament Bracket

  First Round, March 6, 2008 Quarterfinals, March 7, 2008 Semifinals, March 8, 2008 Championship, March 9, 2008
                                     
    1  Drake 68  
8  Indiana State 71     8  Indiana State 46    
  1  Drake 75  
9  Wichita State 67    
  4  Creighton 67    
4  Creighton 74
   
  5  Bradley 70  
    1  Drake 79
  2  Illinois State 49
  3  Southern Illinois 49    
6  Northern Iowa 54    
  6  Northern Iowa 42
7  Missouri State 69  
  2  Illinois State 56  
10  Evansville 46     2  Illinois State 63
 
    7  Missouri State 58  

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