At the time of that video, No. 1 seed Dayton (22-5) didn’t know if it would play No. 8 seed Richmond or No. 9 seed Davidson in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 tournament.
Richmond (14-16) beat Davidson 62-53 on Tuesday to set up an 11 a.m. Friday game at Richmond Coliseum. Dayton beat Richmond 66-59 in the regular season in Richmond on Jan. 24.
Here’s a glance at the A-10 tournament entering the quarterfinals:
Favorite: Dayton seeks its second tournament title in a row and its third overall. It also won the tournament in 2012. The No. 1 seed has won three years in a row. Dayton was the last No. 1 seed to lose in the championship game in 2014.
Dark horse: George Washington, which won the tournament in 2015 and 2016, has won seven of its last nine games. It played Dayton close, losing 57-53 in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 11. The No. 5 seed Colonials (16-13) play No. 4 seed George Mason (23-8) at 2 p.m. Friday.
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Player to watch: George Mason senior Natalie Butler led the conference in scoring (18.7 points per game) and rebounding (16.4). Her rebounding average leads the nation. She has 30 straight double-doubles, the third-longest streak in NCAA history.
Upset potential: No. 7 seed Saint Louis (16-14) has the best chance to surprise fans Friday. It plays No. 2 seed Duquesne (23-6) at 4:30 p.m. Saint Louis (16-14) is the only A-10 team to beat Dayton this year, 85-72 on Saturday in St. Louis.
The Billikens were picked to finish second in the preseason poll. Duquesne won 76-66 at Saint Louis on Feb. 14.
Best quarterfinal: No. 3 seed Fordham (22-8) plays No. 6 seed St. Joseph's (16-13) in the final quarterfinal at 7 p.m. The Hawks won the regular-season matchup at Fordham. Chelsea Woods hit a game-winning shot in the final seconds to give St. Joseph's a 52-50 victory.
Richmond vs. Dayton, 11 a.m.