Big East Tournament Bracket, TV Schedule, and Tickets

As some conference tournaments wrap up (congrats Creighton!) others are set to begin. And when it comes to the “power conference” tournaments, the Big East is up first.

Andy will have a proper preview coming in the next day or two, but here is all of the basic bracket, TV schedule, and ticket info you need to plan your Big East Tournament attending or viewing.

Big East Tournament Info


2012 Big East Tournament TV Schedule and Results

Game Date Matchup Time TV
1 Tues, March 6 #9 UCONN def #16 DePaul 81-67 12:00 ET ESPN2
2 Tues, March 6 #13 Pittsburgh def #12 St. John's 73-59 2:00 ET ESPN2
3 Tues, March 6 #10 Seton Hall def #15 Providence 79-47 7:00 ET ESPNU
4 Tues, March 6 #14 Villanova def #11 Rutgers 70-49 9:00 ET ESPNU
5 Wed, March 7 #9 UConn def #8 West Virginia 71-67 12:00 ET ESPN
6 Wed, March 7 #5 Georgetown 64 def #13 Pittsburgh 52 2:00 ET ESPN
7 Wed, March 7 #7 Louisville def #10 Seton Hall 61-55 7:00 ET ESPN
8 Wed, March 7 #6 South Florida def #14 Villanova 56-47 9:00 ET ESPN
9 Thu, March 8 #1 Syracuse def #9 UConn 58-55 12:00 ET ESPN
10 Thu, March 8 #4 Cincinnati def #5 Georgetown 72-70 2:00 ET ESPN
11 Thu, March 8 #7 Louisville def #2 Marquette 84-71 7:00 ET ESPN
12 Thu, March 8 #3 Notre Dame def #6 South Florida 57-53 9:00 ET ESPN
13 Fri, March 9 #4 Cincinnati def #1 Syracuse 71-68 7:00 ET ESPN
14 Fri, March 9 #7 Louisville def #3 Notre Dame 64-50 9:00 ET ESPN
15 Sat, March 10 Big East Tournament Championship Game: #7 Louisville def #4 Cincinnati 50-44 9:00 ET ESPN


And here is a breakdown of the long, illustrious history of what is annually one of the most entertaining conference tournaments in the nation.

Big East Tournament History: Past Champions and MVPs

Date Big East Champion Score Runner-Up MVP
1980 Georgetown 87-81 Syracuse Craig Shelton, Georgetown
1981 Syracuse 83-80* Villanova Leo Rautins, Syracuse
1982 Georgetown 72-54 Villanova Eric Floyd, Georgetown
1983 St. John's 85-77 Boston College Chris Mullin, St. John's
1984 Georgetown 82-71* Syracuse Patrick Ewing, Georgetown
1985 Georgetown 92-80 St. John's Patrick Ewing, Georgetown
1986 St. John's 70-69 Syracuse Dwayne Washington, Syracuse
1987 Georgetown 69-59 Syracuse Reggie Williams, Georgetown
1988 Syracuse 85-68 Villanova Sherman Douglas, Syracuse
1989 Georgetown 88-79 Syracuse Charles Smith, Georgetown
1990 Connecticut 78-65 Syracuse Chris Smith, UCONN
1991 Seton Hall 74-62 Georgetown Oliver Taylor, Seton Hall
1992 Syracuse 56-54 Georgetown Alonzo Mourning, Georgetown
1993 Seton Hall 103-70 Syracuse Terry Dehere, Seton Hall
1994 Providence 74-64 Georgetown Michael Smith, Providence
1995 Villanova 94-78 Connecticut Kerry Kittles, Villanova
1996 Connecticut 75-74 Georgetown Victor Page, Georgetown
1997 Boston College 70-58 Villanova Scoonie Penn, Boston College
1998 Connecticut 69-64 Syracuse Khalid El-Amin, UCONN
1999 Connecticut 82-63 St. John's Kevin Freeman, UCONN
2000 St. John's 80-70 Connecticut Bootsy Thonton, St. John's
2001 Boston College 79-57 Pittsburgh Troy Bell, Boston College
2002 Connecticut 74-65* Pittsburgh Caron Butler, UCONN
2003 Pittsburgh 74-56 Connecticut Julius Page, Pittsburgh
2004 Connecticut 61-58 Pittsburgh Ben Gordon, UCONN
2005 Syracuse 68-59 West Virginia Hakim Warrick, Syracuse
2006 Syracuse 65-61 Pittsburgh Gerry McNamara, Syracuse
2007 Georgeton 65-42 Pittsburgh Jeff Green, Georgetown
2008 Pittsburgh 74-65 Georgetown Sam Young, Pittsburgh
2009 Louisville 76-66 Syracuse Jonny Flynn, Syracuse
2010 West Virginia 60-58 Georgetown Da'Sean Butler, WVU
2011 Connecticut 69-66 Louisville Kemba Walker, UCONN
2012 Louisville 50-44 Cincinnati Peyton Siva, Louisville


About Jerod Morris

I love words. I write for Copyblogger and founded MSF, The Assembly Call, & Primility. I practice yoga, eat well, & strive for balance. I love life. Namaste. Say hi on Twitter, Facebook, & G+.


  1. There is so much to try to understand

  2. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be really something that I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

  3. As a Newbie, I am continuously exploring online for articles that can be of assistance to me. Thank you

  4. Unquestionably believe that which you stated. Your favorite justification seemed to be on the web the simplest thing to be aware of. I say to you, I definitely get annoyed while people consider worries that they plainly don’t know about. You managed to hit the nail upon the top and also defined out the whole thing without having side effect , people could take a signal. Will likely be back to get more. Thanks

  5. Hello there! I simply would like to give you a big thumbs up for the great info you’ve got here on this post. I’ll be coming back to your blog for more soon.

  6. Hi to every one, it’s in fact a pleasant for me to visit this web page, it includes valuable Information.

  7. You can find dog accessories on Internet and at any local pet store. From this designer, you’ll find classic polo shirts with embroidered designs, simple yet fun tank tops and tennis dresses, and sweaters in both classic and playful colors, including the luxurious heathered cashmere sweaters. For more information about dog clothes click Dog Clothes, and for more about dog health and keeping your dog happy click Dogs and Puppies Online.

Speak Your Mind