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2014 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament

2014 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament
Season 2013–14
Teams 32
Finals site CFSB Center
Murray, KY
Champions Murray State (1st title)
Runner-up Yale (1st title game)
Semifinalists
Winning coach Steve Prohm (1st title)
MVP Cameron Payne Murray State
Attendance 63,004
CIT Tournaments
«2013 2015»

The 2014 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) was a postseason single-elimination tournament of 32 NCAA Division I teams. The first round started March 17, 2014. The semifinals were played on April 1, with the championship game played on April 3, 2014.

32 participants who belong to "mid-major" conferences and were not invited to the 2014 NCAA Tournament, the 2014 National Invitation Tournament (NIT), or the 2014 College Basketball Invitational (CBI) made up the field.

The first 3 rounds were streamed online through the Collegeinsider.com platform powered by NeuLion. Free registration was required to view the games. Both semifinals and the CIT championship game, were televised on CBS Sports Network[1]

In the championship game, the Murray State Racers defeated the Yale Bulldogs 65–57 in front of a crowd of 4,467 at Murray State's CFSB Center.[2]

Participating teams

The following teams received an invitation to and participated in the 2014 CIT:
School Conference Overall
record
Conference
record
Akron Mid-American 21–12 12–6
Alabama State SWAC 19–12 12–6
Brown[3] Ivy League 15–13 7–7
Canisius[4] MAAC 21–12 14–6
Chattanooga[5] Southern 18–14 12–4
Cleveland State Horizon 21–11 12–4
Columbia[6] Ivy League 19–12 8–6
East Carolina[7] Conference USA 17–16 6–12
East Tennessee State[8] Atlantic Sun 18–15 10–8
Eastern Michigan Mid-American 21–14 10–8
Grand Canyon[9] WAC 15–14 10–6
IPFW[10] Summit 24–10 10–4
Holy Cross[11] Patriot 19–13 12–6
Missouri State[12] Missouri Valley 20–12 9–9
Murray State[13] Ohio Valley 18–11 13–3
Nebraska–Omaha[14] Summit 16–14 5–9
Norfolk State MEAC 19–14 11–5
North Dakota Big Sky 17–16 12–8
Northern Colorado[15] Big Sky 18–13 11–9
Ohio Mid-American 23–11 11–7
Pacific[16] West Coast 15–15 6–12
Portland State Big Sky 17–14 11–9
Quinnipiac MAAC 20–11 14–6
Sam Houston State Southland 23–10 13–5
San Diego[17] West Coast 16–16 7–11
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Southland 17–15 14–4
Towson Colonial 23–10 13–3
USC Upstate[18] Atlantic Sun 19–14 11–7
Wright State Horizon 20–14 10–6
Valparaiso[19] Horizon 18–15 9–7
VMI[20] Big South 19–12 11–5
Yale[21] Ivy League 15–13 9–5

Format

The sixth annual CIT again used the former NIT model in which match-ups in each round were re-seeded based on the results of the previous round.

Schedule

Game Date Time* Matchup Television
First round
1 March 17 7:00 pm Holy Cross at Brown
2 March 18 7:00 pm VMI at Canisius
3 7:00 pm Wright State at East Carolina
4 7:00 pm Norfolk State at Eastern Michigan
5 7:00 pm Chattanooga at East Tennessee State
6 8:00 pm Alabama State at Sam Houston State
7 8:05 pm Columbia at Valparaiso
8 10:00 pm Portland State at San Diego
9 March 19 7:00 pm Quinnipiac at Yale
10 7:00 pm Towson at USC Upstate
11 7:00 pm Cleveland State at Ohio
12 7:00 pm Akron at IPFW
13 8:00 pm North Dakota at Nebraska–Omaha
14 8:05 pm Murray State at Missouri State
15 9:00 pm Texas A&M–Corpus Christi at Northern Colorado
16 10:00 pm Pacific at Grand Canyon
Second round
17 March 21 7:00 pm Towson at East Tennessee State
18 March 22 1:00 pm IPFW at VMI
19 2:00 pm Wright State at Ohio
20 7:00 pm Yale at Holy Cross
21 7:00 pm Eastern Michigan at Columbia
22 7:00 pm San Diego at Sam Houston State
23 9:00 pm Texas A&M–Corpus Christi at Pacific
24 March 24 8:00 pm Nebraska–Omaha at Murray State
Quarterfinals
25 March 26 7:00 pm Yale at Columbia
26 7:00 pm VMI at Ohio
27 10:00 pm San Diego at Pacific
28 March 27 8:00 pm Towson at Murray State
Semifinals
29 April 1 7:00 pm Yale at VMI CBSSN
30 9:00 pm Pacific at Murray State CBSSN
Championship
31 April 3 7:00 pm Yale at Murray State CBSSN
All tipoff times in Eastern Time Zone. Winning team in bold.

All times Eastern
Winners in bold
Source: www.collegeinsider.com

Bracket

Home teams are listed second.

First round
March 17–19
 
Second round
March 21–24
 
Quarterfinals
March 26–27
 
Semifinals
April 1
CBS Sports Network
Championship
April 3
CBS Sports Network
                             
Quinnipiac 68
Yale 69
Yale 71
Holy Cross 66
Holy Cross 68
Brown 65
Yale 72
Columbia 69
Norfolk State 54
Eastern Michigan 58
Eastern Michigan 56
Columbia 69
Columbia 58
Valparaiso 56
Yale 75
VMI 62
Akron 91
IPFW 97
IPFW 95
VMI 106
VMI 111
Canisius 100
VMI 92
Ohio 90
Wright State 73
East Carolina 59
Wright State 54
Ohio 56
Cleveland State 62
Ohio 64
Yale 57
Murray State 65
Portland State 65
San Diego 87
San Diego 77
Sam Houston State 72
Alabama State 49
Sam Houston State 71
San Diego 60
Pacific 75
Texas A&M–CC 82
Northern Colorado 71
Texas A&M–CC 60
Pacific 89
Pacific 69
Grand Canyon 67
Pacific 75
Murray State 98
Towson 63
USC Upstate 60
Towson 83
East Tennessee State 77
Chattanooga 66
East Tennessee State 79
Towson 73
Murray State 85
North Dakota 75
Nebraska–Omaha 91
Nebraska–Omaha 62
Murray State 86
Murray State 66
Missouri State 63

References

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  2. ^ http://scores.espn.go.com/ncb/boxscore?gameId=400550684
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  4. ^ http://itsalwaysgameseven.com/2014/03/13/5341/
  5. ^ http://www.gomocs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=209433265&DB_OEM_ID=17700
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  12. ^ http://blogs.news-leader.com/msu/2014/03/12/bears-get-cit-home-game-with-murray-state/
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External links

  • CollegeInsider.com Tournament website
  • CIT 2014 Guide
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