After not having postseason play last season because of the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Atlantic 10 Tournament will be back to see who will be the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The conference tourney will be held from March 10-14 at an on-campus location.
Here is everything you need to know for the 2021 Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament
When is the Atlantic 10 Tournament?
The A-10 tournament was scheduled for March 10-14, but was pushed back a week by the conference. The non-final rounds are now set for March 3-6, with the teams splitting time between for Virginia Commonwealth’s Siegel Center and Richmond’s Robins Center. The final will be at UD Arena in Dayton Ohio on March 14.
Where is the Atlantic 10 Tournament?
Virginia Commonwealth’s Siegel Center and Richmond’s Robins Center will split hosting duties for early rounds. The Robins Center will host both semifinals on March 6, and UD Arena will only host the final eight days later on March 14.
How can I watch the Atlantic 10 Tournament?
Last year, the first round of the A-10 tournament was set to be televised on ESPN+. Then the second round and quarterfinals to be broadcasted on the NBC Sports Network. Finally, the semifinals and championship game to be broadcasted on the CBS Sports Network and CBS.
Will fans be allowed to attend the Atlantic 10 Tournament?
Here’s the latest:
The Atlantic 10 Tournament will allow a limited number of fans in attendance starting with student athlete family & friends, per Atlantic 10 Assistant Commissioner Drew Dickerson.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) February 2, 2021
Local spectator limits will dictate if a limited number of tickets will be available for purchase.