CAA Tournament Bracket Update: Quarterfinal Matches Set For Saturday

The first round of the 2012 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament is in the books. After Friday's slate of games has been put to bed, the top four seeds in the conference now know which teams they will face in the quarterfinal matches on Saturday.


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The UNC-Wilmington Seahawks came in as the ninth seed in the tournament and had little trouble dispatching the No. 8-seeded James Madison Dukes by a final score of 70-59. The Seahawks will take on the No. 1-seeded Drexel Dragons on Saturday.

The Delaware Blue Hens knocked off the Towson Tigers by a final of 72-65. The Hens were the No. 5 seed and will face the No. 4-seeded Old Dominion Monarchs.

No. 10 seed William & Mary fell to the No. 7 Northeastern Huskies 57-49. The Huskies earned themselves the right to take on No. 2-seeded VCU in the quarterfinals.

The biggest blowout of the first round featured the No. 6 Georgia St. Panthers coasting to an 85-50 win over the Hofstra Pride. The Panthers will meet the No. 3-seeded George Mason Patriots on the quarterfinals.

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