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“Before you go to the Big Dance... You’ve gotta do the Charleston!”

 

2007 Southern Conference Men’s and Women’s

Basketball Championships

 

The Southern Conference returns to Charleston, SC, for the 2007 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships. The tournament begins on Tuesday, February 27 and concludes on Sunday, March 3.

 

There is a new format this year as all 19 games will be played at the North Charleston Coliseum. See the schedule below for details!

 

CAN'T MAKE IT TO THE GAME???

The Southern Conference offers plenty of opportunities for you to enjoy the tournament away from Charleston! The 2007 championships will be videostreamed LIVE on SoCon.TV (with the exception of the men's championship game).  Click on the link below for subscription information on SoCon.TV.

 

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FAN GUIDE

Looking for something to do, somewhere to eat, somewhere to stay while in Charleston? Check out the Fan Guide, with a special thanks to the Charleston Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.

 

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Men’s Championship Schedule

2007 BRACKET

 

First Round

Wednesday, February 28

Session 1 - Game 1: No. 8 Chattanooga vs. No. 9 Wofford, 3:00 p.m. - SLIDESHOW

Session 1 - Game 2: No. 7 Western Carolina 69,  No. 10 Elon 65 - SLIDESHOW

Session 1 - Game 3: No. 6 Georgia Southern 62, No. 11 The Citadel 46 - SLIDESHOW

 

Quarterfinals

Thursday, March 1

Session 2 - Game 4: No. 1 Davidson 78, No. 8 Chattanooga 68 - SLIDESHOW

Session 2 - Game 5: No. 5 Furman  73, No. 4 UNC Greensboro 71 - SLIDESHOW

Session 3 - Game 6: No. 2 Appalachian State 78, No. 7 Western Carolina 59 - SLIDESHOW

Session 3 - Game 7: No. 3 College of Charleston 77, No. 6 Georgia Southern 66 - SLIDESHOW

 

Semifinals

Friday, March 2

Session 4 - Game 8: No. 1 Davidson 91, No. 5 Furman 68 - SLIDESHOW

Session 4 - Game 9: No. 3 College of Charleston 89, No. 2 Appalachian State 87 - SLIDESHOW

 

Championship

Saturday, March 3

Session 5 - Game 10: No. 1 Davidson 72, No. 3 College of Charleston 65 - SLIDESHOW

 

Women’s Championship Schedule

2007 BRACKET

 

First Round

Tuesday, February 27

Session 1 - Game 1: No. 7 Appalachian State 64, No. 10 Elon 50 - SLIDESHOW

Session 1 - Game 2: No. 9 Furman 64, No. 8 College of Charleston 59 - SLIDESHOW

 

Quarterfinals

Wednesday, February 28

Session 2 - Game 3: No. 2 Chattanooga 84, No. 7 Appalachian State 60 - SLIDESHOW

Session 2 - Game 4: No. 1 Western Carolina 79, No. 9 Furman 56 - SLIDESHOW

 

Thursday, March 1

Session 3 - Game 5: No. 5 Georgia Southern  81, No. 4 UNC Greensboro 64 - SLIDESHOW

Session 3 - Game 6: No. 3 Davidson 71, No. 6 Wofford 62 - SLIDESHOW

 

Semifinals

Friday, March 2

Session 4 - Game 7: No. 1 Western Carolina 73,  No. 5 Georgia Southern 59 - SLIDESHOW

Session 4 - Game 8: No. 2 Chattanooga 80,  No. 3 Davidson 68 - SLIDESHOW

 

Championship

Saturday, March 3

Session 5 - Game 9: No. 1 Western Carolina vs. No. 2 Chattanooga 2:00 p.m. (CSS & SoCon Network) - Watch Live!

 

The Defending Champions:

The 2006 tournament returned to Charleston with the same excitement of the 2005 tournament.

 

MEN:

2006 Men's Basketball Champions - Davidson Wildcats

 

The Davidson Wildcats returned to the winners circle for the first time since 2002 with an 80-55 win over Chattanooga in Charleston. It was the Wildcats eighth SoCon tournament title. Brendon Winters led Davidson throughout the tournament, including a 33-point performance in the final, to earn the Tournament Most Outstanding Player honor. Davidson went on to the NCAA tournament as the No. 15 seed and dropped a 70-62 decision to No. 2 Ohio State.

 

WOMEN:

2006 Women's Basketball Champions - Chattanooga Lady Mocs

 

Chattanooga reclaimed the conference tournament title with a 91-79 win over UNC Greensboro in 2006. The Lady Mocs were tested in the semifinals, topping Western Carolina, the 2005 tournament winner, 77-73 to advance to their fifth championship game in six years. Tiffani Roberson averaged 20.7 points and 8.3 boards, including a double-double with 26 points and 15 rebounds in the semifinal win over Western Carolina, and was named the Tournament Most Outstanding Player. Chattanooga advanced to the NCAA tournament as the No. 12 seed where it dropped a 69-59 decision to No. 5 Kentucky.

 

 

OTHER LINKS:

Men's Basketball Home Page

  Include news, notes, scores, statistics and standings

 

Women's Basketball Home Page

  Include news, notes, scores, statistics and standings

 

 

 

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