Sun Belt Conference’s Road to Pensacola Nearing Final Stretch

by Katie King |

Sun Belt Conference’s Road to Pensacola Nearing Final Stretch
March 2-7
Pensacola, Fla. (February 25, 2022) – The NCAA Division 1 Sun Belt Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships begin next Wednesday, March 2, at the Pensacola Bay Center.
All 12 men’s and all 12 women’s teams will compete in the single-elimination tournament with the two winners earning automatic bids into the NCAA Tournament.
The Sun Belt Men’s and Women’s Basketball regular seasons finish this weekend. Brackets will be posted Friday night for the SBC men’s tournament and Saturday night for the women’s tournament.

The Media Credential Application for the 2022 Sun Belt Conference Men’s & Women’s Basketball Championships remains open: (DO NOT POST THIS PUBLICALLY. This is for working media only.)

Each individual member of the media requesting a credential (in person or virtual) must fill out the online media credential application. This ensures all media representatives will receive event-specific information before, during and after the tournament games in Pensacola.

All press conferences will be conducted in person and via Zoom. A credential is required for in-person or virtual attendance. Appropriate credentials are also required for all working photographers and videographers, who may only shoot from approved photo box areas.


About the Sun Belt Conference
The Sun Best Conference is made up of 12 members: Appalachian State, Arkansas-Little Rock, Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Louisiana, Louisiana-Monroe (ULM), South Alabama, Texas-Arlington, Texas State and Troy.
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