Colonial Tournament Odds


RICHMOND, VA (TheSpread) – The Colonial Athletic Association Tournament gets underway this weekend. Here is a look at the odds to win this tournament.

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This 7 team tournament is a standard single elimination format and will take place from March 9-11 at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Virginia. According to oddsmakers at, Northeastern is the favorite to win this tournament, as it has 2/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Delaware (11/5) and George Mason (5/2).

Northeastern has the top seed in the tournament and the lone bye in the first round. Northeastern went 19-11 overall this season and 14-4 in conference play. Northeastern has never won this tournament, but is a new addition to the conference.

Delaware is the No. 2 seed in this tournament, as it went 13-5 in conference play and 18-13 for the season. Like Northeastern, Delaware is new to the conference and has never won the tournament.

George Mason is the No. 4 seed this weekend. It went 10-8 in conference play and was 17-13 overall. George Mason has won this tournament four times, last winning in 2008.

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The 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament takes place from March 9-11 at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Virginia. For odds on each team to win the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament, see below.

2013 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Odds To Win

Northeastern 2/1

Delaware 11/5

George Mason 5/2

Drexel 4/1

James Madison 7/1

William & Mary 15/1

Hofstra 50/1

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