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The Big East Tournament is a yearly men’s college basketball tournament, which had Big East Tournament Tickets first being solid in 1980. Up until 2009, the Big East Tournament only included the league’s top 12 finishers from the regular season. Since then, however, every team in the Big East Conference has been entered into the conference tournament, with the eventual winner earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship. The teams are seeded based on their conference records during the regular season and engage in one of college basketball’s most popular and highly entertaining tourney’s to lead into March Madness. Big East college basketball fans were able to purchase Big East Tournament Tickets for the first time back in 1980, when the Georgetown Hoyas and Syracuse Orange made it to the final game at Providence Civic Center in Providence, Rhode Island. It ended up being an entertaining game and a great way to kick off the tourney, as the Hoyas won a well contested game, 87-81.

The first Big East Tournament was just one of three to not be held at the famous Madison Square Garden. The second and third Big East Tournaments were held at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York in 1981 and at Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, Connecticut 1982. From 1983 to 2013, Big East Tournament Tickets were sold for games at the Madison Square Garden.

It is only fitting that the Hoyas won the initial Big East Tournament, as they are tied with the Connecticut Huskies for most tourney titles (seven) in Big East Tournament history. Georgetown fans aren’t the only ones excited about Big East Tournament Tickets every year, though. The Syracuse Orange aren’t far behind with five, while the next closest teams in the record book are St. John’s and Louisville (three).

While the Hoyas and Huskies have displayed dominance together as winners of 14 of 34 championships leading into the 2014 tourney, the tournament has offered up a lot of surprise winners, with 11 different Big East teams being named the champion of the tourney, in all. This is just one reason that fans know they’re in for a treat when they buy their Big East Tournament Tickets each year.

While Syracuse has five Big East tourney titles to their name and is traditionally a successful basketball team, they arguably stand out among all of the Big East Tournament champions thanks to their crazy run to the 2006 Big East title. Big East Tournament Tickets received a nice boost in popularity thanks to this thrilling tourney, which saw Syracuse point guard Gerry McNamara come through with several clutch performances en route to the tourney championship.

Big East Tournament Tickets buyers did not go disappointed during Syracuse’s magical run, as McNamara led the ninth seeded Orange through a brutal gauntlet that included number one seeded Connecticut in just the second round. McNamara showed up with ice in his veins more than once, as he hit a running three pointer against Cincinnati to give the Orange a 74-73 win in round one, and sunk a deep three in round two to force overtime against Connecticut.

While the wins were surely dramatic for Syracuse in the 2006 Big East Tournament, the most thrilling aspect was arguably the fact that had they not won out in the tourney, the Orange probably wouldn’t have had a chance to make it to the NCAA Division I Championship tourney. By winning four straight Big East tourney games, they were able to do just that.

That crazy run in 2006 wasn’t the first or last time that Syracuse helped beef up the value of Big East Tournament Tickets, however. In fact, the Orange battled the Connecticut Huskies in the game that could be argued as the greatest value for Big East Tournament Tickets purchasers in the history of the tournament.

In 2009 the two rivals met in the quarterfinals in what would be the second longest game in NCAA history (yet the longest in the shot clock era) and was played over a span of nearly four hours. The two teams went back and forth exchanging blows, until Syracuse finally prevailed after six overtimes, 127-117. The game was so thrilling in the overtime periods, that a whopping 102 points of the total 244 scored were put up in the six extra periods. More impressively, Syracuse kept battling back and ended up winning despite not even holding a lead at any point through the first five overtimes.

As impressive as so many of the Big East Tournament games have been, few games or tourney stretches rival what Kemba Walker and the Connecticut Huskies were able to do in 2011. Walker did his part to give Big East Tournament Tickets buyers more bang for their buck, as he led UCONN on a torrid run through the Big East tourney. Walker hit big shot after big shot in leading the Huskies to the Big East Tournament championship, while Connecticut became the first team in conference history to win five games in five consecutive days, thanks to seeding and scheduling changes.

While some of the best Big East Tournaments are still fresh from recent years, the tournament is rich in tradition and has had numerous outstanding performances and finishes throughout it’s existence. Just like there have been many games worth watching since the tourney’s start in 1980, there will be plenty more reasons for college basketball fans to purchase Big East Tournament Tickets in the future.

Year-By-Year Big East Tournament Results

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

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3-14-14: Big East results from March 13th: Seton Hall upset top seeded Villanova 64-63, Providence defeated St. John's 79-74, Creighton defeated DePaul 84-62, and Xavier escaped Marquette 68-65. Today's action at the Garden includes Providence vs Seton Hall and Number 2 Creighton vs Number 3 Xavier. The action kicks off at 7:00pm EST.

3-13-14: Number 8 Seton Hall pulled off the upset over Number 1 seeded Villanova 64-63 thanks to some clutch last second performances. 4 seed Providence vs 5 seed St. Johns makes up the 2nd game of the early session. Tonight's action includes Number 2 Creighton vs DePaul and Number 3 Xavier vs Marquette.

3-12-14: The first round of the now 10-team Big East tournament kicked off today at Madison Square Garden with Butler vs Seton Hall and DePaul vs Georgetown. Number 1 Villanova awaits the winner of Butler/Seton Hall and Number 2 Creighton awaits the winner of tonight's DePaul/Georgetown tonight. Big East tournament tickets are still available on the secondary market.

3-11-14: The Big East tournament kicks off tomorrow at Madison Square Garden. Opening night includes Butler vs Seton Hall and DePaul vs Georgetown. The quarterfinals on Thursday include St. Johns vs Providence and Marquette vs Xavier, as well as the first games for the top seeded Villanova and Creighton. The all session strip currently costs an average of $762 on the resale market.

3-9-14: Big East Results from March 8th: St. John's defeated Marquette 91-90 in a double overtime thriller. Villanova defeated Georgetown 77-59. Butler beat Seton Hall 71-54. Kellen Dunham led the way for Butler with 29 points. Creighton defeated Providence 88-73. Doug McDermott exploded for 45 points and 7 rebounds during the Bluejays victory.

3-7-14: The Big East featured two games in action last night. Number 6 Villanova cliched the top spot in the Big East as they defeated Xavier 77-70. The Wildcats were led by Darrun Hilliard II, with 19 points and 4 rebounds. Butler blew our DePaul 79-46, thanks to 19 points and 5 steals from Alex Barlow. An all session pass to the Big East tournament currently averages $873 on the secondary market. Session 1 is the cheapest while Session 4 sports the most expensive ACC tournament tickets.

3-6-14: 4 Big East teams will be in action tonight. Villanova will pay a visit to Xavier at 7:00pm at the Cintas Center and Butler will visit DePaul for a 9:00pm EST tip off at the Allstate Arena in Illinois. The All Session strip for the Big East Tournament currently averages $900 while Big East tournament tickets for the Championship game averages $197 on the secondary market.

3-5-14: 2014's Big East tournament stays put at Madison Square Garden. Despite the notable exemption of Syracuse, the tournament is still commanding the highest asking price of each regional. Currently the All-Session Strip will cost you $830 on the secondary market, 6.82% more than the All Session strip for Big 12 tickets. The overall average of all sessions is currently $181, with the cheapest being Session 1 at $78. The title game currently averages $218 on the resale market. The Big East didn't complete the three-peat of highest ticket prices – both the SEC and PAC 12 have a title game that averages more.