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THE 2009 CIT
 
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  FIRST ROUND (March 17-19)

Tuesday
March 17
Liberty 79, Rider 64
Oakland 80, Kent State 74

Wednesday March 18
Belmont 92, Evansville 76
James Madison 69, Mount St. Mary's 58
Bradley 81, Austin Peay 74
Idaho 69, Drake 67
Pacific 82, Portland 76

Thursday March 19
Old Dominion 67, The Citadel 59 


QUARTERFINALS (March 23)

Monday March 23
Old Dominion 70, Belmont 62
James Madison 88, Liberty 65
Bradley 76, Oakland 75
Pacific 69, Idaho 59


SEMIFINALS (March 25-26)

Wednesday March 25
Bradley 59, Pacific 49 

Thursday March 26
Old Dominion 81, James Madison 43 


2009 CIT CHAMPIONSHIP

Tuesday March 31
Old Dominion 66, Bradley 62 

2009 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Frank Hassell (Old Dominion)
Erik Kangas (Oakland)
Gerald Lee (Old Dominion)
Sam Maniscalco (Bradley)
Marsharee Neely (Old Dominion)
Chris Roberts (Bradley)
Theron Wilson (Bradley)

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Frank Hassell (Old Dominion)

HONORABLE MENTION: Shy Ely (Evansville), Novar Gadson (Rider), Devon Moore (James Madison), Demetrius Nelson (The Citadel), Nik Raivio (Portland), Drake Reed (Austin Peay), Alex Renfroe (Belmont), Anthony Smith (Liberty), Kyle Swantson (James Madison), Sam Willard (Pacific).


FORMAT: The tournament format is similar to that of the old NIT model, which had not pre-set bracket, with the results from the previous round determining the matchups in the next round. Ideally teams can be kept within their geographic region to cut down on travel.
   


 
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