Davidson forward Peyton Aldridge (23), second from left, Davidson guard Jon Axel Gudmundsson (3), right, and others celebrate Sunday’s Atlantic 10 Conference tournament championship win against No. 25 Rhode Island in Washington. The Wildcats stunned the top-seeded Rams 58-57 to win their first-ever A-10 title along with an automatic NCAA Tournament bid.
Davidson forward Peyton Aldridge (23), second from left, Davidson guard Jon Axel Gudmundsson (3), right, and others celebrate Sunday’s Atlantic 10 Conference tournament championship win against No. 25 Rhode Island in Washington. The Wildcats stunned the top-seeded Rams 58-57 to win their first-ever A-10 title along with an automatic NCAA Tournament bid. Andrew Harnik AP
Davidson forward Peyton Aldridge (23), second from left, Davidson guard Jon Axel Gudmundsson (3), right, and others celebrate Sunday’s Atlantic 10 Conference tournament championship win against No. 25 Rhode Island in Washington. The Wildcats stunned the top-seeded Rams 58-57 to win their first-ever A-10 title along with an automatic NCAA Tournament bid. Andrew Harnik AP

No apologies. Davidson stuns Rhode Island to win A-10 title, grab NCAA tournament bid

March 11, 2018 03:34 PM