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2021 Horizon League Tournament Bracket

Who’s seeded where in the 2021 Horizon League Tournament bracket? It won’t be much longer before you find out for yourself.

The Horizon League has the distinction in 2021 of being the first conference tournament to tip off. This party gets started on Thursday, February 25, though it will be one week in between rounds until the semifinals and finals. It will not come to an end until March 9th.

See the bracket and the contenders right here, right now.

2021 Horizon League Tournament Bracket

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2021 Horizon League Tournament 3.9.21a

(1) Cleveland State won the 2021 Horizon League Tournament.

2021 Horizon League Tournament Facts

  • 2020-21 Regular Season Champions: Cleveland State (16-7, 16-4) and Wright State (18-5, 16-4)
  • Defending Tournament Champion: Northern Kentucky (2020)
  • Cleveland State is the number one seed
  • Robert Morris is playing in their first Horizon League Tournament after transitioning from the Northeast Conference; RMU are the defending NEC Tournament champions

Tournament Outlook

Any of the first-round bye teams look like respectable bets to win the tournament, but Cleveland State and Wright State have gone neck and neck all season. Wright State has a much higher NET ranking than Cleveland State does (65 vs. 167, respectively), so the former would stand a much better chance of getting a higher seed in the NCAA Tournament.

The top two teams in the conference squared off in back-to-back games around the middle of the season on January 15 and 16. Of course, the two teams split the series, with Cleveland State winning the first game by two – and Wright State winning the second game by 36. One would think Cleveland State would love nothing more than to avenge that loss.

Wright State also split against number three seed Oakland and four seed Northern Kentucky. For their part, Cleveland State swept the Norse and the Golden Grizzlies, but lost two out of their last four games overall down the stretch.

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