| NCAA Division I|
| November, 2014 - March, 2015|
William & Mary,
& James Madison
2015–16 Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball season
The 2014–15 CAA men's basketball season marked the 30th season of Colonial Athletic Association basketball, taking place between November 2014 and March 2015. Practices commenced in October 2014, and the season ended with the 2015 CAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
This was the first CAA season for Elon, which had spent the previous 11 seasons in the Southern Conference.
After 3 consecutive 20-loss seasons and a 42-82 record in four seasons, UNCW head coach Buzz Peterson was fired and replaced by former Louisville assistant coach Kevin Keatts.
College of Charleston head coach Doug Wojcik was fired on August 5, 2014 amid allegations of verbal abuse toward players and assistant coaches. He was replaced by former Clemson assistant coach Earl Grant.
2014–15 Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball season Wikipedia
Colonial Athletic Association Preseason Player of the Year: Marcus Thornton, William & MaryEarl Grant, Charleston
Monté Ross, Delaware
Bruiser Flint, Drexel
Matt Matheny, Elon
Joe Mihalich, Hofstra
Matt Brady, James Madison
Bill Coen, Northeastern
Pat Skerry, Towson
Kevin Keatts, UNC Wilmington
Tony Shaver, William & Mary
March 6–9, 2015: Colonial Athletic Association Men's Basketball Tournament, Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore, Maryland
Northeastern defeated William & Mary, 72–61, in the finals of the 2015 CAA Men's Basketball Tournament to win the conference, and earn an automatic bid to the 2015 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.
The CAA has one bid to the 2014 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, that being the automatic bid of Northeastern by winning the conference tournament.
The CAA has one bid to the 2015 National Invitation Tournament, that being the automatic bid of William & Mary by winning the conference's regular season championship.
Hofstra was invited to play in the 2015 College Basketball Invitational.
James Madison and UNC Wilmington were both invited to play in the 2015 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament