Atlantic Sun Tournament Odds


(TheSpread) – Conference tournament time has started and things are in full swing for the Atlantic Sun. Here is a look at the odds to win this tournament.

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The Tournament will be held over four days at Hawkins Arena in Macon, Georgia. It is an 8-team single elimination tournament in a standard tournament format. According to oddsmakers at, Mercer is favored to win this tournament, as it has 4/7 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Florida Gulf Coast (11/4) and USC Upstate (6/1).

Mercer is the top seed in the tournament. It went 21-10 on the season and 14-4 in conference play. Mercer has only won this tournament twice, the last time coming in 1985.

Florida Gulf Coast is the second seed in the tournament. Gulf Coast went 21-10 overall and 13-5 in the Atlantic Sun. Gulf Coast has never won this tournament.

USC Upstate is the fifth seed in the tournament. Upstate went 15-16 overall and 9-9 in conference play this season. USC Upstate has never won this tournament.

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The 2013 Atlantic Sun Tournament takes place from March 6-9 at Hawkins Arena in Macon, Georgia. For odds on each team to win the Atlantic Sun Tournament, see below.

2013 Atlantic Sun Tournament Odds To Win

Mercer 4/7 

Florida Gulf Coast 11/4 

USC Upstate 6/1 

Stetson 12/1 

North Florida 20/1 

Jacksonville 50/1 

Lipscomb 50/1 

East Tennessee State 66/1

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