CAA Tournament 2012: Semifinal Bracket Update

The Colonial Athletic Conference has reached its semifinal round, as Saturday's quarterfinal results featured all the favorites winning its respective games. On Sunday, both semifinal contest will be broadcasted on ESPN3, while Monday's Championship Game will be shown on ESPN.

Here's an update on the bracket:

First Round, Friday, March 2:

Noon ET: (9) UNC-Wilmington Seahawks 70, (8) James Madison Dukes 59

2:30 p.m.: (5) Delaware Blue Hens 72, (12) Towson Tigers 65

6 p.m.: (7) Northeastern Huskies 57, (10) William & Mary Tribe 49

8:30 p.m.: (6) Georgia St. Panthers 85, (11) Hofstra Pride 50

Second Round, Saturday, March 3:

Noon: (1) Drexel Dragons 59, (9) UNC-Wilmington Seahawks 47

2:30 p.m.: (4) Old Dominion Monarchs 88, (5) Delaware Blue Hens 74

6 p.m.: (2) Va. Commonwealth Rams 75, (7) Northeastern Huskies 65

8:30 p.m.: (3) George Mason Patriots 61, (6) Georgia St. Panthers 59

Semifinals, Sunday, March 4:

2 p.m.: (1) Drexel Dragons vs. (4) Old Dominion Monarchs

4:30 p.m.: (2) Va. Commonwealth Rams vs. (3) George Mason Patriots

Finals, Monday, March 5:

7 p.m.: Semifinals winners

For more on the CAA men's basketball tournament 2012, check back to this SB Nation Philly StoryStream. Meanwhile, SB Nation's college basketball hub will prepare you for the month of March and the madness it brings.

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