America East Tournament Odds


ALBANY, NY (TheSpread) – The 2014 America East Conference Tournament features a clear favorite. Here is a look at the odds to walk out with this tournament title.

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According to oddsmakers at, Vermont is the clear favorite, as it has odds of -140 to win. Other short odds to win are Stony Brook (+300) and Albany (+500).

This is a standard 8-team tournament that begins on Saturday from the SEFCU Arena. The semifinals are Sunday from the same arena, while the championship won’t be until March 15 at the top-seeds home court.

Vermont is the No. 1 seed in the tournament, as it went 15-1 in conference play and 21-9 overall. Vermont has won this tournament five times, with the last championship coming in 2012.

Stony Brook is the No. 2 seed in the tournament, going 13-3 in America East play, while going 21-9 overall. Stony Brook has never claimed this tournament championship.

Albany earned the No. 4 seed, going 9-7 in conference play. Albany was 15-14 overall. Albany has won this tournament three times in program history, including last year’s championship.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the 2014 America East Conference Tournament, see below.

2014 America East Conference Tournament Odds To Win

Vermont -140

Stony Brook +300

Albany +500

Hartford +1000

Binghamton +25000

Maine +25000

New Hampshire +28000

UMBC +28000

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