Predicted order of finish
2. George Mason
4. Old Dominion
8. Georgia State
9. William & Mary
11. UNC Wilmington
Surprise team: Towson. After a 1-31 season, the Tigers can only improve. Second-year coach Pat Skerry had a full recruiting cycle, and Towson also has three Big East transfers (Jarelle Benimon of Georgetown, Mike Burwell of South Florida and Bilal Dixon of Providence) in its rotation. A jump of a dozen wins is achievable.
Hot seat: Matt Brady, James Madison.Brady is 67-67 through four years in Harrisonburg, and it was uncertain when the Dukes were bounced from March’s CAA tournament whether he would be back. He surely can’t afford a rerun of Madison’s injury-plagued 12-20 season a year ago.
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