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2013 CAA Championship Fan Guide
Updated: Sunday 03/07/2013 (ET)
by TribeAthletics.com
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The William and Mary men's basketball team will be the No.  6 seed in the 2013 CAA Men's Basketball Championship, presented by Jani-King, slated for March 9-11 at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Va. The Green and Gold will open play on Saturday, March 9, when it faces No. 3-seeded James Madison at 8:30 p.m. The game will be televised on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic Plus, The Comcast Network Philadelphia and Comcast SportsNet Houston Plus. The quarterfinal will also be available locally in the Hampton Road area on WTVZ MyTVZ, Saturday night. WTVZ MyTVZ in the Hampton Roads Area is Channel 2 on Cox Communications, Channel 33 on both DirectTV and Dish Network and Channel 11 on Verizon FiOS TV. The following is an informational fan guide on the CAA Tournament.

Click HERE for the CAA Championship Information Web site.

Pregame Tribe Gathering
Prior to the W&M's CAA quarterfinal game against James Madison on Saturday night at the Richmond Coliseum, Tribe fans are invited to a gathering presented by the Tribe Club. The gathering will take place at T-Miller's Sports Bar and Grill in the lobby of the Richmond Marriott on 500 East Broad Street in downtown Richmond, Va., from 6-8:15 p.m.

CAA Championship Seeds
#1 Northeastern
#2 Delaware
#3 James Madison
#4 George Mason
#5 Drexel
#6 William and Mary
#7 Hofstra

2013 CAA Championship Schedule
Quarterfinals - Saturday, March 9
Session #1
Game 1 - #4 George Mason vs. #5 Drexel - 3:30 PM
Game 2 - #2 Delaware vs. #7 Hofstra - 6 PM
Game 3 - #3 James Madison vs. #6 William and Mary - 8:30 PM

Semifinals - Sunday, March 10
Military Appreciation Day
Session #2
Game 4 - #1 Northeastern vs. Winner of Game 1 - 2 PM
Game 5 - Winner of Game 2 vs. Winner of Game 3 - 4:30 PM

Championship - Monday, March 11
First Responder Appreciation Day
Session #3

Game 6 - Winner of Game 4 vs. Winner of Game 5 - 7 PM
First 2,500 fans through the Richmond Coliseum doors will receive a Free CAA t-shirt

CAA Special Events
Courtside Richmond
Boy Scout Day
Girl Scout Day
Youth Basketball Appreciation
Youth Basketball Clinic
First Responder Appreciation
Military Personnel Appreciation
Discounted Tickets

Television
All six games of the 2013 CAA Championship will be televised both regionally and nationally. The three quarterfinal games of the championship will be televised on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, The Comcast Network and WCAU in Philadelphia, and other CAA regional television partners. The Tribe's CAA Quarterfinal against JMU will be available locally in the Hampton Road area on WTVZ MyTVZ, Saturday night. WTVZ MyTVZ in the Hampton Roads Area is Channel 2 on Cox Communications, Channel 33 on both DirectTV and Dish Network and Channel 11 on Verizon FiOS TV. The game will also be available on Comcast SportsNet Plus, please check your local listing or service provider for more information. Click HERE for The Comcast SportsNet channel finder. For fans outside the regional TV markets, the quarterfinals will be available for free on CAASports.com. The semifinals and championship game will be televised nationally on the NBC Sports Network. Click HERE for the NBC Sports Network channel finder.

Audio
Fans can follow W&M on the Tribe Radio Network with Jay Colley, Bill McDonald and Charlie Woollum on the call. The Tide 92.3 FM in Williamsburg is the flagship station of the Tribe Radio Network. The broadcast will also be available online at TribeAthletics.com. Click HERE for the Tribe's live audio link. Monday's championship game will also be broadcast nationally on the Westwood One radio network.

Tickets
Fans can purchase tickets through Ticket Master online at TicketMaster.com or by calling 1-800-745-3000. Click HERE for the Ticket Master Web site. The ticket book that includes all six games and three sessions is $50, and single session tickets are on sale for $28. A Full Court Frenzy Ticket Package is also available for $40 that includes tickets to both the semifinal and championship sessions. CAA students can purchase a single session ticket for $5.50 with valid CAA School ID on the day of game only at the Richmond Coliseum Box Office. No advance sales.

Directions to the Richmond Coliseum/Parking
From Hampton / Norfolk / Va. Beach Area (East)
Travel west on I-64 to Richmond city limits. Take Exit 190, it will say Coliseum/5th Street/ Downtown, and follow the signs to the Coliseum. It will be on the left.

From Charlottesville / Roanoke Area (West)
Travel east on I-64 to Richmond city limits. You will be forced to merge onto I-95 SOUTH. Travel another 2-3 miles on I-95 South and take Exit 75 -It will say 3rd Street/Downtown/Coliseum-and follow the signs to the Coliseum. It will be on the left.

From Northern VA. / Fredericksburg / D.C. Area (North)
Travel South on I-95 to Richmond City limits. Take Exit 75, it will say 3rd Street/Downtown/ Coliseum, and follow the signs to the Coliseum. It will be on the left.

From Petersburg / Chester Area (South)
Travel North on I-95 to Richmond city limits. Take the Broad Street exit and continue to 7th Street. Turn right. The Coliseum will be on the left.

From South West Richmond (Brandermill / Midlothian / Chesterfield Area)
Travel east on Rt.360 from Brandermill or RT. 60 from Midlothian/Chesterfield. Take Powhite Parkway northbound, take Downtown Expressway exit going east, take 7th and 9th street exits headed north into the city. Turn left on 7th street. Go north about five blocks. The coliseum will be on your left. Toll fares must be paid on this route.

Click HERE for directions and parking information.

 

 











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