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The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference’s for the 2020-22 men’s and women’s basketball conference championships in Atlantic City.

Individual session tickets are on sale for the 2020 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments that will be held March 10-14 at Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.

The tickets can be purchased on ticketmaster.com and maac-sports.com/basketball. The prices range from $10 to $40 for a single session for the women’s tournament and $15 to $50 for men’s sessions.

The five-day event will feature the league basketball championships, plus its ESports Championship, MAAC Fan Fest, MAAC Band Jam, MAAC ‘n Cheese Fest and Spirit Squad Showcase.

It’s the first time since 2003 the conference championships will be held in New Jersey. The tournaments will be held at Boardwalk Hall through 2022.

The tournaments will be Atlantic City’s first March Madness events since the Atlantic 10 Conference held its men’s tournament at Boardwalk Hall from 2007-12.

The MAAC consists of 11 schools. In addition to New Jersey universities St. Peter’s, Monmouth and Rider, it features Marist, Fairfield, Canisius, Iona, Manhattan, Niagara, Quinnipiac and Siena.

The Iona men’s team has won the last four championships, while the Quinnipiac women’s team captured the last three titles.

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