Bryan Women Seeded Third, Men Fifth In AAC Conference Tournament

Monday, February 24, 2014

The Appalachian Athletic Conference released the men's and women's 2014 tournament brackets. The Bryan College women's basketball team will enter the tournament as the No. 3 seed.  Their first game will be on Thursday, February 27, at 9:15pm ET.  They will play the winner of No. 6 Reinhardt University verses No. 11 St. Andrews University, which will be played at 3:30 on Wednesday.

 The Bryan College men's basketball team will enter the tournament as the No. 5 seed.  Their first game will be against No. 4 Milligan College on Thursday, February 27.  Tipoff is scheduled for 10:15am ET.

 The tournament is being held at the MeadowView Marriott Conference Resort & Convention Center in Kingsport, Tenn., beginning on Wednesday with the championship games set for Saturday. Ticket prices will be $7 for regular admission, $5 for students with ID. Tournament passes will be available at $20 for adults and $15 for students.

Men's Seeds:

1. Union (25-4 overall, 16-2 AAC)
2. Reinhardt (16-12 overall, 13-5 AAC)
3. Tennessee Wesleyan (16-12 overall, 12-6 AAC)
4. Milligan (17-9 overall, 11-7 AAC)
5. Bryan (15-14 overall, 10-8 AAC)
6. Virginia Intermont (11-15 overall, 9-9 AAC)
7. Montreat (14-14 overall, 8-10 AAC)
8. Point (5-24 overall, 4-14 AAC)
9. Truett-McConnell (4-24 overall, 4-14 AAC)
10. St. Andrews (4-18 overall, 3-15 AAC)

Women's Seeds:

1. Tennessee Wesleyan (23-3 overall, 18-2 AAC)
2. Union (21-8 overall, 16-4 AAC)
3. Bryan (19-10 overall, 14-6 AAC)
4. Milligan (16-12 overall, 12-8 AAC)
5. Montreat (16-13 overall, 11-9 AAC)
6. Reinhardt (13-15 overall, 10-10 AAC)
7. Virginia Intermont (12-15 overall, 8-12 AAC)
8. Point (14-16 overall, 7-13 AAC)
9. Truett-McConnell (8-17 overall, 6-14 AAC)
10. Columbia (9-21 overall, 5-15 AAC)
11. St. Andrews (6-20 overall, 3-17 AAC)


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