1930 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

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1930 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
Classification Division I
Teams 16
Site Municipal Auditorium
Atlanta, GA
Champions Alabama (1st title)
Winning coach Hank Crisp (1st title)
← 1929
1931 →
1929–30 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Alabama 10 0   1.000     20 0   1.000
Duke 9 1   .900     18 2   .900
Kentucky 9 1   .900     16 3   .842
Washington and Lee 9 2   .818     16 4   .800
Tennessee 7 2   .778     13 4   .765
Georgia 7 3   .700     17 6   .739
Tulane 7 3   .700     16 7   .696
Clemson 8 4   .667     16 9   .640
Sewanee 5 3   .625     9 11   .450
Maryland 8 5   .615     16 6   .727
NC State 7 5   .583     11 6   .647
Ole Miss 6 6   .500     6 7   .462
LSU 6 7   .462     10 11   .476
Florida 2 3   .400     10 4   .714
Georgia Tech 5 8   .385     11 13   .458
North Carolina 4 7   .364     14 11   .560
VMI 2 6   .250     4 10   .286
Mississippi State 2 7   .222     5 8   .385
Virginia 2 8   .200     3 12   .200
Virginia Tech 2 10   .167     5 14   .263
Vanderbilt 1 9   .100     6 16   .273
Auburn 1 10   .091     1 10   .091
South Carolina 0 10   .000     6 10   .375
Tournament winner
As of April 30, 1930; Rankings from AP Poll

The 1930 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament took place from February 28–March 4, 1930, at Municipal Auditorium in Atlanta, Georgia. The Alabama Crimson Tide won their first Southern Conference title, led by head coach Hank Crisp.[1]

Bracket[edit]

  First Round
February 27
Quarterfinals
March 1
Semifinals
March 3
Finals
March 4
                                     
Alabama 31  
Clemson 22  
  Alabama 29  
    Georgia 26  
Georgia 26
North Carolina 17  
  Alabama 32  
  Tennessee 22  
Tennessee 28  
VMI 20  
  Tennessee 38
    Washington & Lee 29  
Washington & Lee 33
Ole Miss 29  
  Alabama 31
  Duke 24
Duke 43  
LSU 34  
  Duke 44
    Georgia Tech 35  
Georgia Tech 53
Tulane 31  
  Duke 37
  Kentucky 32  
Kentucky 26  
Maryland 21  
  Kentucky 44
    Sewanee 22  
Sewanee 25
NC State 19  

* Overtime game

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