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MAAC Men's Basketball Tournament Conference Basketball Championship Sport College basketball Conference Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Number of teams 10 Format Single-elimination tournament Current stadium Times Union Center Current location Albany, New York Played 1982-present Last contest 2011 MAAC Tournament Current champion Saint Peter's Peacocks Most championships Iona Gaels (7) Official website MAACSports.com Men's Basketball The MAAC Men's Basketball Tournament determines the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champion and the winner of the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Contents 1 Seeding 2 Tournament champions by year 2.1 Men's Tournament Championships by School 3 Television 4 References Seeding Seeds in the MAAC tournament are linked to teams' conference records. Non-conference games are not a factor. The team with the overall best record in the conference is seeded "1", the next best conference record "2", and so on. Teams from 1 to 6 receive a bye in the first round. Tournament champions by year Year MAAC Champion Score Runner-up Most Valuable Player Venue (and city) 1982 Iona 66-61 (OT) St. Peter's Rory Grimes, Iona First Round at campus sites, Semis and Finals at Meadowlands Arena (East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1983 Fordham 54-53 Iona Mark Murphy, Fordham First Round at campus sites, Semis and Finals at Meadowlands Arena (East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1984 Iona 72-61 Fordham Steve Burtt, Iona First Round at New Haven Coliseum (New Haven, Connecticut), Semis and Finals at Meadowlands Arena (East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1985 Iona 57-54 Fordham Tony Hargraves, Iona Meadowlands Arena (East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1986 Fairfield 67-64 Holy Cross Jim McCaffrey, Holy Cross Meadowlands Arena (East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1987 Fairfield 73-70 (OT) Iona Kevin Houston, Army Meadowlands Arena (East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1988 La Salle 79-70 Fordham Rich Tarr, La Salle First Round at campus sites, Semis and Finals at Meadowlands Arena (East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1989 La Salle 71-58 St, Peter's Lionel Simmons, La Salle First Round at campus sites, Semis and Finals at Meadowlands Arena (East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1990 La Salle 71-61 Fordham Lionel Simmons, La Salle Knickerbocker Arena (Albany, New York) 1991 St, Peter's 64-58 Iona Marvin Andrews, St, Peter's Knickerbocker Arena (Albany, New York) 1992 La Salle 79-78 Manhattan Randy Woods, La Salle Knickerbocker Arena (Albany, New York) 1993 Manhattan 68-67 Niagara Keith Bullock, Manhattan Knickerbocker Arena (Albany, New York) 1994 Loyola 80-75 Manhattan Tracy Bergan, Loyola Knickerbocker Arena (Albany, New York) 1995 St, Peter's 80-78 (OT) Manhattan Randy Holmes, St, Peter's Knickerbocker Arena (Albany, New York) 1996 Canisius 52-46 Fairfield Michael Meeks, Canisius Knickerbocker Arena (Albany, New York) 1997 Fairfield 78-72 Canisius Greg Francis, Fairfield Marine Midland Arena (Buffalo, New York) 1998 Iona 90-75 Siena John McDonald, Iona Pepsi Arena (Albany, New York) 1999 Siena 82-67 St, Peter's Marcus Faison, Siena Marine Midland Arena (Buffalo, New York) 2000 Iona 84-80 Siena Dyree Wilson, Iona Pepsi Arena (Albany, New York) 2001 Iona 74-67 Canisius Nakiea Miller, Iona Marine Midland Arena (Buffalo, New York) 2002 Siena 92-77 Niagara Dwayne Archbold, Siena Pepsi Arena (Albany, New York) 2003 Manhattan 69-54 Fairfield Luis Flores, Manhattan Sovereign Bank Arena (Trenton, New Jersey) 2004 Manhattan 62-61 Niagara Luis Flores, Manhattan Pepsi Arena (Albany, New York) 2005 Niagara 81-59 Rider Juan Mendez, Niagara HSBC Arena (Buffalo, New York) 2006 Iona 80-61 St, Peter's Steve Burtt, Iona Pepsi Arena (Albany, New York) 2007 Niagara 83-79 Siena Tyrone Lewis, Niagara Arena at Harbor Yard (Bridgeport, Connecticut) 2008 Siena 74-53 Rider Kenny Hasbrouck, Siena Times Union Center (Albany, New York) 2009 Siena 77-70 Niagara Kenny Hasbrouck, Siena Times Union Center (Albany, New York) 2010 Siena 72-65 (OT) Fairfield Alex Franklin, Siena Times Union Center (Albany, New York) 2011 St, Peter's 62-57 Iona Jeron Belin, St, Peter's Webster Bank Arena (Bridgeport, Connecticut) 2012 MassMutual Center (Springfield, Massachusetts)[1] 2013 MassMutual Center (Springfield, Massachusetts)[2] 2014 MassMutual Center (Springfield, Massachusetts)[3] Men's Tournament Championships by School School # of Tournament Championships Last Tournament Championship Iona 7 2006 Siena 5 2010 La Salle† 4 1992 Manhattan 3 2004 Fairfield 3 1997 Saint Peter's 3 2011 Niagara 2 2007 Fordham† 1 1983 Loyola 1 1994 Canisius 1 1996 †Former member of the MAAC Television Main article: MAAC Men's Tournament Finals broadcasters References ^ http://www.maacsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=87906&SPID=10446&DB_OEM_ID=17400&ATCLID=204861913 ^ http://www.maacsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=87906&SPID=10446&DB_OEM_ID=17400&ATCLID=204861913 ^ http://www.maacsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=87906&SPID=10446&DB_OEM_ID=17400&ATCLID=204861913 v · d · eNCAA Division I men's basketball conference tournaments ACC • America East • Atlantic 10 • Atlantic Sun • Big 12 • Big East • Big Sky • Big South • Big Ten • Big West • CAA • Conference USA • Great West • Horizon • MAAC • MEAC • Mid-American • Missouri Valley • Mountain West • Northeast Conference • Ohio Valley • Pac-10 • Patriot • SEC • Southern • Southland • SWAC • Sun Belt • The Summit League • WAC • West Coast