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In searching for a home for the Colonial Athletic Association tournament, Commissioner Tom Yeager had one overriding priority: location.
Delaware guard Devon Saddler is headed to the NCAA tournament. A few years from now, the kid just might find himself working as a basketball coach.
Third-seeded William & Mary ended second-seeded Towson's hopes of winning the Colonial Athletic Association tournament title with a 75-71 victory.
Jerrelle Benimon had 25 points, 18 rebounds and five assists as Towson ended Delaware's unbeaten conference run and 13-game winning streak with a 78-63 victory on Monday night.
Jordan Allen scored six points in the final three minutes, including 4 of 5 from the free throw line, as Hofstra held off North Carolina-Wilmington, 61-52 to sweep the season series Saturday night.
An official with knowledge of the agreement says George Mason is joining the Atlantic 10 next season. The official told The Associated Press on Sunday that Mason will announce that it is leaving the Colonial Athletic Association effective July 1.
Neither athletic director Wood Selig nor ODU President John Broderick took questions after making the announcement during a news conference at the school's on-campus arena. Taylor did not attend the news conference and was informed of Selig's decision earlier in the day.
The Colonial Athletic Association is taking its men's basketball tournament to Baltimore.
Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos finds himself in a position increasingly common among his peers this fall.