Atlantic 10 basketball standings 2013: Saint Louis clinches regular season title

Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

VCU's loss to Temple gave Saint Louis the outright regular season crown and No. 1 seed in the upcoming tournament.

The Atlantic 10 conference wrapped up its regular season on Sunday. Only one game was on the slate, as the Temple Owls upset the VCU Rams 84-76. The win gives the Saint Louis Billikens the outright regular season title and No. 1 seed for the upcoming conference tournament.

Here are the final standings as we head into Championship Week.

Saint Louis 13-3 24-6
VCU 12-4 24-7
Butler 11-5 24-7
Temple 11-5 23-8
La Salle 11-5 21-8
Massachusetts 9-7 19-10
Xavier 9-7 17-13
Charlotte 8-8 20-10
Saint Joseph's 8-8 17-12
Richmond 8-8 18-13
Dayton 7-9 17-13
St. Bonaventure 7-9 14-15
George Washington 7-9 13-16
Rhode Island 3-13 8-21
Fordham 3-13 7-24
Duquesne 1-15 8-22

The Atlantic 10 tournament starts on Thursday, March 14, and runs through next Sunday, just before the Selection Committee makes their final decisions. Besides the automatic bid, there could be as many as four at-large bids coming out from this conference. It looks to be one of the most competitive tournaments in the nation this week.

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