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ASUN Conference Standings, Breakdown and Conference Tournament Tracker

ASUN Conference Standings

TeamConference RecordOverall RecordTournament Outlook
Liberty13-326-31 seed
North Florida13-319-112 seed
Lipscomb9-713-153 seed
Stetson9-715-144 seed
North Alabama8-811-165 seed
Florida Gulf Coast7-99-206 seed
Jacksonville7-913-167 seed
NJIT6-108-198 seed
Kennesaw State0-161-26N/A

ASUN Tournament Schedule

  • Dates: March 3, 5 and 8
  • TV: ESPN, ESPN+
  • Site: Campus Sites (Higher Seed Hosts)
  • Byes: None
  • 2019 Champion: Liberty

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Completed ASUN Tournament Bracket

Quarterfinals:

  • (1) Liberty 55, (8) NJIT 49
  • (2) North Florida 91, (7) Jacksonville 88
  • (3) Lipscomb 68, (6) Florida Gulf Coast 63
  • (4) Stetson 82, (5) North Alabama 72

Semifinals

  • (1) Liberty 66, (4) Stetson 62
  • (3) Lipscomb 73, (2) North Florida 71

Championship

  • (1) Liberty 73, (3) Lipscomb 57

Liberty advances to NCAA Tournament

ASUN Conference Breakdown

Liberty will look to defend their conference championship from a season ago that culminated in a first round NCAA Tournament victory as a 12-seed over Mississippi State. The Flames’ +15.8 scoring margin ranks fourth nationally and is a full 10.7 points clear of North Florida‘s to lead the conference.

Stetson has been no stranger to the close game this season, particularly in ASUN Conference play, where nine of their 14 games have been decided by five points or less. Nonetheless, they prevailed in the majority of their games and earned the 4-seed for the ASUN tournament. Not only is this well above their last place preseason poll projection, but it ensures the Hatters will host a conference tournament game for the first time in 24 years.

There is a scenario where the winner of the ASUN Tournament would not qualify for the NCAA Tournament. The North Alabama Lions are in their second transitional season to the Division I level. While they have once again qualified to compete as a top 8 seed, they would not be able to advance to the NCAA Tournament, even with a victory.

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