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2017 Schedule
1st in MEAC

Tim Fiorvanti ESPN.com 

Day 3 of the 2016 WSOP main event is now underway. There are six previous champions among the 2,186 players still in contention: Joe McKeehen (2015) Ryan Riess (2013) Greg Raymer (2004) Phil Hellmuth (1989) Johnny Chan (1987 & 88) Tom McEvoy (1983)

Tim Fiorvanti ESPN.com 

22-year-old Fedor Holz was awarded his WSOP gold bracelet for winning the $111,111 One Drop High Roller this afternoon. Holz won $4,981,775 in this tournament, and he has over $10MM in tournament earnings since May 29.

Tim Fiorvanti ESPN.com 

The winner of the 2016 WSOP main event will earn $8 million. 1,011 players will share in the $63.3 million prize pool.

Tim Fiorvanti ESPN.com 

The 2016 World Series of Poker main event field is set at 6,737 players, for a prize pool of $63,327,800. 4,240 played on Day 1C, an all-time single-day record. Turnout for the 2016 main event represents a significant uptick; 6,420 played in 2015.


2017 Bracketology: No. 16 Seeds

  • East: South Carolina State Bulldogs/Texas Southern Tigers
  • West: North Dakota State Bison/Wagner Seahawks
  • South: Lehigh Mountain Hawks
  • Midwest: Weber State Wildcats
See the full bracket


Here's how to celebrate a trip to the Dance

Climbing into the stands was only the end of Hampton head coach Edward Joyner's celebration. It started with a chest bump that nearly put him on the ground.

Hampton dances to 2nd MEAC Championship title (1:45)

Posterizing dunks are best in title games

South Carolina State's Daryll Palmer submitted a SportsCenter Top 10 candidate when he dunked over a Hampton defender. The MEAC championship game is coming down to the wire on ESPN2.


Darden 3 ties MEAC final at half

After a back-and-forth first half, Hampton's Brian Darden knocked down this 3-pointer to tie the game at 39 heading into the break. (Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN)


Pritchett block preserves SC St. lead

Hampton found an opening along the baseline behind the South Carolina St. pressure, but Najee Pritchett came from halfcourt for the surprise rejection. (Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN)

Watch: MEAC championship game

South Carolina State is trying to topple defending NEAC champ and tournament 1-seed Hampton to advance to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2004. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

Team Stats

Points Per Game74.0
Rebounds Per Game36.0
Assists Per Game10.0
Points Allowed78.0Tied-90th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record0-5
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances5