Atlantic 10 Tournament 2012: Bracket And Schedule For Friday's Quarterfinals

After a three-day hiatus, the Atlantic 10 Tournament resumes on Friday with the quarterfinal round. The venue shifts from the higher-seeded team's home floor to a neutral site as the A10 invades Atlantic City, aptly named, for the weekend. The eight remaining teams should be well-rested on Friday and the top-four teams in the regular season standings will make their tournament debut.

UMass, Saint Joseph's, La Salle and Dayton all won play-in games on Tuesday, earning the right to make the trip to Atlantic City for Friday's quarterfinal matchups. They'll be joined by Temple, the No. 1 seed, St. Bonaventure, the No. 4 seed, Saint Louis, the No. 2 seed, and Xavier, the No. 3 seed. The action begins at the crack of noon, live from Atlantic City.

Here is the schedule for Friday's matchups. The full tournament bracket can be found here.

12 p.m.: Temple vs. Massachusetts on CBS Sports Network
2:30 p.m.: St. Bonaventure vs. Saint Joseph's on CBS Sports Network
6:30 p.m.: Saint Louis vs. La Salle on CBS Sports Network
9 p.m.: Xavier vs. Dayton on CBS Sports Network

All times Eastern

For more on the Atlantic 10 men's basketball tournament 2012, be sure to check out our StoryStream and SB Nation D.C.'s StoryStream.

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