MEAC Tournament 2012: Schedule, Bracket And More

The 2012 MEAC Tournament continues play on Thursday with two more quarterfinal games after an eventful Wednesday that saw the top seed in the tournament, Savannah State bounced by the No. 8 seed Hampton. The No. 2 seed, Norfolk State survived a close encounter with Howard to advance to the semifinals.

Thursday's matchups include Delaware State taking on the No. 11 seed, Florida A&M who pulled off a first-round upset over the six seed Coppin State. The late game will feature a matchup between the fourth and fifth seeds with Bethune-Cookman taking on North Carolina Central.

Here is a look at the rest of the 2012 MEAC Tournament Schedule:

Thursday, March 8 Quarterfinals

6:00 PM No. 3 Delaware State Vs. No. 11 Florida A&M
8:00 PM No. 4 Bethune-Cookman Vs. No. 5 North Carolina Central

Friday, March 9 Semifinals

6:00 PM No. 8 Hampton Vs. Bethune-Cookman/North Carolina Central
8:00 PM No. 2 Norfolk State Vs. Delaware State/Florida A&M

Saturday, March 10 Championship (ESPN2) 1:00 PM

For more March Madness news and analysis head on over to SB Nation's College Basketball Page.

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