|Tuesday||4:30 PM||Game 1||Memphis Overton 74, McMinn Co. 55||MTSU||Results|
|Tuesday||6:00 PM||Game 2||Hillsboro 65, Sevier Co. 39||MTSU||Results|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM||Game 3||Independence 66, Blackman 34||MTSU||Results|
|Wednesday||11:30 AM||Game 4||Memphis East 60, Dobyns Bennett 51||MTSU||Results|
|Friday||10:00 AM||Game 5||Memphis Overton 71, Hillsboro 61||MTSU||Results|
|Friday||11:30 AM||Game 6||Independence 78, Memphis East 58||MTSU||Results|
|Saturday||1:30 PM||Game 7||Memphis Overton 69, Independence 57||MTSU||Results|
Opened in 1972, the Charles M. Murphy Athletic Center serves as home of the Middle Tennessee State men's and women's basketball teams, who play their home games in the 11,520 seat Monte Hale Arena. Murphy Center has hosted TSSAA state basketball tournaments since 1973.
During its 48-year existence, Murphy Center has staged countless concerts for some of the world's most renowned artists, including Elvis Presley, Elton John, Kiss and three consecutive sold-out performances by multi-platinum country music sensation Garth Brooks.