Patriot League Tournament Odds


(TheSpread) – The Patriot League Tournament begins today and will be spread out through the next week. Here is a look at the odds to win this tournament.

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This Tournament is an 8-team single elimination tournament in a standard tournament format. Each game is played at the campus site of the better-seeded team. According to oddsmakers at, Bucknell is the favorite to win this tournament, as it has 4/11 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Lehigh (5/2) and Lafayette (10/1).

Bucknell is the top seed in the tournament and will play at home as long as it continues to win. Bucknell went 12-2 in conference play and 25-5 overall this season. Bucknell has won this tournament three times, the last coming in 2011.

Lehigh is the third seed in the tournament after going 10-4 in conference play and 20-8 overall. Lehigh is the defending tournament champion and has won this tournament three times.

Lafayette gets the No. 2 seed in this tournament after going 10-4 in conference play. Lafayette was also 17-14 overall. Lafayette has won this tournament twice, the last time coming in 2000.

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The 2013 Patriot League Tournament takes place from March 6-13 at campus sites. For odds on each team to win the Patriot League Tournament, see below.

2013 Patriot League Tournament Odds To Win

Bucknell 4/11 

Lehigh 5/2 

Lafayette 10/1 

Army 20/1 

Holy Cross 75/1 

American 150/1 

Colgate 150/1 

Navy 500/1

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