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Caldwell produced an 18-1 conference record during the regular season to capture the CACC North Division Championship and the No. 1 overall seed for the league tournament. Caldwell advanced to the CACC semis after rallying from 15 down for a 62-49 win over Philadelphia in the quarterfinals.



USciences went 16-3 in conference play during the regular season to claim the CACC South Division Championship. The Devils looked impressive in their CACC quarterfinal win over Concordia to advance to the semifinals. It marks the program's second trip to the CACC semis in the last three years.

Bloomfield produced a 17-2 conference record during the season to finish in second place in the North Division. The Bears, who advanced to last season's CACC Championship Final and the NCAA Division II East Region Tournament, reached this year's conference semifinals with a 70-53 triumph over Chestnut Hill in the quarterfinals.

Goldey-Beacom went 13-6 in CACC play during the season to lock up the South's No. 2 seed. The Lightning, making their second appearance in the CACC Championship tournament in the last three seasons, dropped a tough 63-59 decision to Dominican in the quarterfinals.

Dominican responded from a slow start to the season and was one of the hottest teams in the league at the end of the campaign, as the Chargers were 11-8 in CACC play. The Chargers went on the road in the quarterfinals and knocked off Goldey-Beacom, 63-59, to reach the CACC semifinals.

Chestnut Hill went 11-8 in conference play during the regular season to earn the No. 3 seed from the South Division. The Griffins, appearing in their second CACC tournament in as many seasons, fell to Bloomfield in the quarterfinals.

Concordia laid the foundation for future success this season, as the Clippers finished fourth in the North Division to earn the program's first appearance in the CACC tournament. Concordia fell to South No. 1 seed USciences in the quarterfinals.

Philadelphia went 10-9 in league action during the regular season to earn the No. 4 seed in the South. The Rams, who had appeared in each of the last two CACC Championship Finals (including winning the CACC crown in 2016), dropped a 62-49 decision to Caldwell in the quarterfinals.

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