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2013 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament
2013 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament
Season2012–13
Teams32
Finals siteDee Events Center
Ogden, Utah
ChampionsEast Carolina (1st title)
Runner-upWeber State (1st title game)
Semifinalists
Winning coachJeff Lebo (1st title)
MVPMaurice Kemp (East Carolina)

The 2013 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) was a postseason single-elimination tournament of 32 NCAA Division I teams. Games took place throughout March 2013. The semifinals were played on March 30 with the championship game played on April 2, 2013.

31 participants who are not invited to the 2013 NCAA Tournament, the 2013 National Invitation Tournament, or the 2013 College Basketball Invitational made up the field, as well as the winner of the Great West conference tournament winner, Chicago State.

All games, except for the championship game, were streamed online through the CollegeInsider.com Game of the Week platform powered by NeuLion at watchcollegeinsider.com. Free registration was required to view the games. The championship game was broadcast by new partner CBS Sports Network.[1]

The tournament was won by East Carolina who defeated Weber State in the championship game.

Participating teams

The following teams received an invitation to the 2013 CIT. The Great West Conference Tournament Champion, Chicago State, received an automatic bid.

Format

The fifth annual CIT will once again use the old NIT model in which matchups in future rounds will be determined by the results of the previous round.

Bracket

Bracket is for visual purposes only. The CIT does not have a set bracket.

First round
March 19-20
Second round
March 23-25
Quarterfinals
March 26-27
Semifinals
March 30
Championship
April 2
               
Eastern Kentucky 69
Gardner-Webb 62
Eastern Kentucky 72
Evansville 86
Tennessee State 72
Evansville 84
Evansville 84
Canisius 83
Elon 53
Canisius 69
Canisius 84*
Youngstown State 82
Oakland 87
Youngstown State 99
Evansville 58
East Carolina 81
Fairfield 71
Kent State 73
Kent State 59
Loyola (MD) 73
Boston University 63
Loyola (MD) 70
Loyola (MD) 58
East Carolina 70
Rider 63
Hartford 54
Rider 54
East Carolina 75
Savannah State 65
East Carolina 66
East Carolina 77
Weber State 74
High Point 71
UC Irvine 80
UC Irvine 62
Oral Roberts 76
Oral Roberts 87
UT-Arlington 76
Oral Roberts 74
Weber State 83
Air Force 69
Hawaiʻi 65
Air Force 57
Weber State 78
Cal Poly 43
Weber State 85
Weber State 59
Northern Iowa 56
South Alabama 73
Tulane 84
Tulane 72
Bradley 77
Green Bay 69
Bradley 75
Bradley 77
Northern Iowa 90
Chicago State 69
UIC 80
UIC 51
Northern Iowa 63
North Dakota 66
Northern Iowa 77

Home teams are listed second.
* Denotes overtime period

References

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