Richmond's historic upset of #2 Syracuse in 1991. Old Dominion's three-overtime victory over #3 Villanova in 1995. VCU's victory over Duke in 2007.
Some of the most memorable basketball games in NCAA tournament history got their start at the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament. (Remember the captivating performances of the 2006 George Mason and 2011 VCU Final Four teams?) Founded in 1979 as the ECAC South, this East Coast-based Division I athletic conference features nine large and growing universities with strong basketball programs that compete on the national stage.
Catch the CAA Men's Tourney in Baltimore Through 2016
Visit Baltimore is proud to welcome the CAA Men's Basketball Championship to the Baltimore Arena through 2016. Having tipped off March 7-10, 2014, the 2014 tournament marked the return of March Madness action to Baltimore.
Make it an official vacation to Baltimore when you come for the CAA tourney. The Baltimore Arena is located in downtown Baltimore within walking distance of many of Charm City’s most popular attractions and neighborhoods. The free Charm City Circulator public bus system will get you from your hotel to the arena, then to area bars, restaurants and shopping.
If you’re coming by car, the arena has an attached parking garage, or there are several other nearby garages and street parking options. Arriving by public transit? It’s easy to get to the game by MARC train, light rail, metro subway or bus. To plan your trip to the next CAA Championship, click here.
The CAA Mens Basketball Championship -
March 4-7, 2016 in Baltimore.