Peach Belt Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

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Peach Belt Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Sport Basketball
Conference Peach Belt Conference
Number of teams 8
Format Single-elimination tournament
Played 1992–present
Current champion UNC Pembroke (2nd)
Most championships Columbus State (8)
Official website PBC men's basketball
Host locations
Augusta, GA (1992–95, 2004–25)
Milledgeville, GA (1995–96)
Savannah, GA (1998–99)
Greenwood, SC (2000–01, 2006–07, 2017–present)
Columbus, GA (2002–03, 2012–14, 2016)
Aiken, SC (2008–11)
Pembroke, NC (2015)

The Peach Belt Conference Men's Basketball Tournament is the annual conference basketball championship tournament for the Peach Belt Conference. The tournament has been held annually since 1992. It is a single-elimination tournament and seeding is based on regular season records.[1]

The winner, declared conference champion, receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Championship.


Year Champions Score Runner-Up Most Valuable Player Venue
1992 Columbus State 86–76 USC Spartanburg Tyrone Avery, Columbus State Augusta, GA
1993 USC Aiken 64–60 Augusta State Steve Franklin, USC Aiken &
Derek Stewart, Augusta State
Augusta, GA
1994 Lander 76–74 Columbus State Bill Hanford, Lander Augusta, GA
1995 Lander 77–56 Columbus State Larry Person, Lander Augusta, GA
1996 Columbus State 95–83 USC Spartanburg Isaac Camon, Columbus State Milledgeville, GA
1997 Georgia College 69–65 USC Spartanburg Quinton Matthews, Georgia College Milledgeville, GA
1998 Columbus State 74–60 Armstrong Atlantic State Calvin Hill, Columbus State Savannah, GA
1999 Georgia College 70–64 Augusta State Derrick Nicholson, Georgia College Savannah, GA
2000 Columbus State 95–67 Armstrong Atlantic State Travis Crutcher, Columbus State Greenwood, SC
2001 Augusta State 60–46 Armstrong Atlantic State Gary Boodnikoff, Augusta State Greenwood, SC
2002 Augusta State 79–67 Kennesaw State Gary Boodnikoff, Augusta State Columbus, GA
2003 Columbus State 72–56 Kennesaw State Jed Bedford, Columbus State Columbus, GA
2004 Kennesaw State 72–70 Columbus State Terrence Hill, Kennesaw State Augusta, GA
2005 Columbus State 93–81 USC Upstate Yandel Brown, Columbus State Augusta, GA
2006 USC Upstate 73–49 Armstrong Atlantic State Daniel Quinlan, USC Upstate Greenwood, SC
2007 Lander 75–61 Clayton State Michael Griffin, Lander Greenwood, SC
2008 Clayton State 89–873OT USC Aiken Tracy Williams, Clayton State Aiken, SC
2009 Augusta State 65–64 USC Aiken Ben Madgen, Augusta State Aiken, SC
2010 USC Aiken 65–60 Montevallo Byron Faison, USC Aiken Aiken, SC
2011 Augusta State 76–59 UNC Pembroke George Johnson, Augusta State Aiken, SC
2012 Montevallo 70–57 Columbus State Antoine Davis, Montevello Columbus, GA
2013 USC Aiken 65–60 Montevallo Re'Mon Nelson, USC Aiken Columbus, GA
2014 USC Aiken 61–59 Montevallo DeVontae Wright, USC Aiken Columbus, GA
2015 Montevallo 80–76OT Columbus State Larry Slaughter, Montevello Pembroke, NC
2016 Lander 87–86 Augusta J. R. Washington, Lander Columbus, GA
2017 UNC Pembroke 89–77 Columbus State Akia Pruitt, UNC Pembroke Greenwood, SC
2018 UNC Pembroke 70–60 Clayton State Nigel Grant, UNC Pembroke Morrow, GA

Championship records

School Finals Record Finals Appearances Years
Columbus State 6–6 12 1992, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005
(Augusta State, Georgia Regents)
4–3 7 2001, 2002, 2009, 2011
Lander 4–0 4 1994, 1995, 2007, 2016
USC Aiken 4–2 6 1993, 2010, 2013, 2014
Montevallo 2–3 5 2012, 2015
USC Upstate
(USC Spartanburg)
2–4 6 1993, 2006
UNC Pembroke 2–1 3 2017, 2018
Georgia College 2–0 2 1997, 1999
Clayton State 1–2 3 2008
Kennesaw State 1–2 3 2004
Armstrong State
(Armstrong Atlantic State)
0–4 4


  1. ^ "Peach Belt Men's Basketball Records" (PDF). Peach Belt Conference. 2016. Retrieved April 7, 2017.
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