Kentucky, the SEC regular-season and tournament champion, will face Hofstra, the CAA regular-season champion in the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival.
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Alex Mitola's 12-foot runner with four seconds remaining gave George Washington an 82-80 win over Hofstra in a first-round NIT game on Wednesday night.
Colonials advance on Mitola's late jumper
Alex Mitola hit the go-ahead shot with 3 seconds remaining to lift George Washington over Hofstra in the first round of the NIT.
Nine of ten No. 1 seeds have lost so far
Ten No. 1 seeds have completed their conference tournaments, and just one has cut down the nets. Top seeds Saint Mary's, Stony Brook and Wagner have reached title games.
UNC Wilmington wins its first Colonial Athletic Association title in 10 years and earns a trip to the NCAA tournament with an overtime win over Hofstra on Monday.
UNC Wilmington captures CAA title
UNC Wilmington roared back in the second half and overtime to knock off Hofstra 80-73 for its fifth Colonial title and first trip to the NCAA tournament since 2006. Box score
CAA title game headed to overtime
UNC Wilmington and Hofstra will need an extra period to determine who gets the Colonial's automatic berth for the NCAA tournament. Craig Ponder has 20 for UNC Wilmington, while Ameen Tanksley has 24 for Hofstra. Box score
Hofstra leads UNC Wilmington in CAA final
Ameen Tanksley scored 17 points while Rokas Gustys had 8 points and 12 rebounds as the Pride took a 41-34 lead over the Seahawks in the Colonial final with an NCAA bid on the line. Follow live
Colonial final: UNC Wilmington vs. Hofstra
The top two seeds in the Colonial square off for a berth in the NCAA tournament as the Seahawks, led by freshman Chris Flemings, face the Pride, led by conference player of the year Juan'ya Green. Follow live
Joe Lunardi's Bracketology: No. 13 Seeds
- East: Hofstra Pride
- West: Stony Brook Seawolves
- South: Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks
- Midwest: Akron Zips
Ameen Tanksley scored 23 points and Hofstra edged William & Mary 70-67 in a Colonial Athletic Association tournament semifinal on Sunday.
Hofstra advances to CAA semifinals
Juan'ya Green led the way with 22 points as No. 1 seed Hofstra defeated Drexel 80-67. Hofstra's 23 wins is the school's most since 2005-06, but the Pride need two more to make the Big Dance. Box score
Juan'ya Green scored 22 points and top-seeded Hofstra defeated ninth-seeded Drexel 80-67 on Saturday in a Colonial Athletic Association tournament quarterfinal.
Juan'ya Green had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Hofstra beat College of Charleston 72-63 Saturday to earn a share of the Colonial Athletic Association championship with UNC Wilmington.
Juan'ya Green made a pair of free throws with 27 seconds left to lift Hofstra past North Carolina-Wilmington 70-69 on Thursday night.
Rokas Gustys scored 17 points, hauled in 16 rebounds and hit a key free throw with seven seconds left to help Hofstra hold off Northeastern for a 65-60 win Sunday.
Juan'ya Green scored 21 points while dishing out 10 assists and Rokas Gustys sank the winning bucket to lift Hofstra to an 84-82 win over Towson on Thursday night.
Juan'ya Green scored 19 points and passed out 12 assists, and Rokas Gustys tied a career high with 21 rebounds and scored 18 points as Hofstra needed a late rally to beat Delaware 77-66.
Rokas Gustys scored 25 points, collected 15 rebounds and Hofstra pulled away in the second half for an 86-80 win over William & Mary on Thursday night.
Ron Curry had seven 3-pointers and a career-high 31 points and Shakir Brown had eight of his 15 in overtime as James Madison defeated Hofstra 98-95 on Sunday.
C.J. Bryce scored 24 points and Denzel Ingram sank the winning 3-pointer to lift UNC-Wilmington into sole possession of first place in the Colonial Athletic Association with a 70-67 comeback win
Ameen Tanksley and Juan'ya Green each scored 15 points and Hofstra beat Drexel 70-64 on Saturday to spoil Tavon Allen's 33-point outing.
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Juan'ya Green made the game-winning jumper from the left wing with 2.1 seconds left to lift Hofstra over Elon 66-64 Thursday night.