Dates and venues for all 32 conference tournaments in NCAA Division I men's basketball

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
American: FedExForum/Memphis, Tennessee, March 14-17
ACC: Spectrum Center/Charlotte, North Carolina, March 12-16
America East: Campus sites, March 9, 12, 16
Atlantic 10: Barclays Center/Brooklyn, New York, March 13-17
Atlantic Sun: Campus sites, March 4-10
Big East: Madison Square Garden/New York, New York, March 13-16
Big Sky: CenturyLink Arena/Boise, Idaho, March 11-16
Big South: Campus sites, March 5-10
Big 12: Sprint Center/Kansas City, Missouri, March 13-16
Big Ten: United Center/Chicago, March 13-17
Big West: Honda Center/Anaheim, California, March 14-16
Colonial: North Charleston Coliseum/North Charleston, S.C., March 9-12
Conference USA: Ford Center at The Star/Frisco, Texas, March 13-16
Horizon League: Campus sites & Little Caesars Arena (semifinals and finals)/Detroit, March 5-12
Ivy League: Lee Amphitheater/New Haven, Connecticut, March 16-17
MAAC: Times Union Center/Albany, New York, March 7-11
MAC: Campus sites & Quicken Loans Arena (quarterfinals through finals)/Cleveland, March 11, 14-16
MEAC: Norfolk Scope Arena/Norfolk, Virginia, March 11-16
Missouri Valley: Enterprise Center/St. Louis, March 7-10
Mountain West: Thomas & Mack Center/Las Vegas, March 13-16
Northeast: Campus sites/March 6, 9, 12
Ohio Valley: Ford Center/Evansville, Indiana, March 6-9
Pac-12: T-Mobile Arena/Las Vegas, March 13-16
Patriot: Campus sites, March 5, 7, 10, 13
SEC: Bridgestone Arena/Nashville, Tennessee, March 13-17
Southern: U.S. Cellular Center/Asheville, North Carolina, March 8-11
Southland: Leonard E. Merrell Center/Katy, Texas, March 13-17
Summit: Denny Sanford Premier Center/Sioux Falls, South Dakota, March 9-12
Sun Belt: Lakefront Arena/New Orleans, March 12-17
SWAC: Campus sites/Bill Harris Arena (semifinals and finals)/Birmingham, Alabama, March 12, 15-16
WAC: Orleans Arena/Las Vegas, March 13-16
West Coast: Orleans Arena/Las Vegas, March 7-12


John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
An interesting idea but a slap in the face to your officiating crews.

The move to FIBA refs for title games would insinuate your regular refs are incapable of impartiality.