CAA basketball standings 2013: Northeastern takes first CAA title

Geoff Burke-US PRESSWIRE

It's been more than two years since the Huskies won a conference title. No more.

The Northeastern Huskies lost their regular-season finale Saturday, but they had already clinched the CAA regular-season championship. The title is the Huskies' first conference championship since 1991, when it won the North Atlantic Conference.

Northeastern finished the season with 14-4 in conference play and 19-11 overall, one league game better than second-place finishers Delaware and Towson.

Seven teams in the 11-team league finished over .500 in conference play, mostly picking on 5-13 UNC-Wilmington, 4-14 Hofstra and 3-15 Old Dominion.

Team Conference Overall
Northeastern 14-4 19-11
Delaware 13-5 18-13
Towson 13-5 18-13
James Madison 11-7 17-14
George Mason 10-8 17-13
Georgia State 10-8 15-16
Drexel 9-9 13-17
William & Mary 7-11 13-16
UNC-Wilmington 5-13 10-20
Hofstra 4-14 7-24
Old Dominion 3-15 5-25

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