|1994 Northeast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament|
|Finals site||Alumni Gymnasium|
|Champions||Rider (2nd title)|
|Winning coach||Kevin Bannon (2nd title)|
|MVP||Charles Smith (RU)|
|1993–94 Northeast Conference men's basketball standings|
|Mount St. Mary's||9||–||9||.500||13||–||15||.464|
|Saint Francis (PA)||9||–||9||.500||13||–||15||.464|
|St. Francis (NY)||1||–||17||.056||1||–||26||.037|
|† 1994 NEC Tournament winner |
The 1994 Northeast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament was held in March. The tournament featured the league's ten teams, seeded based on their conference record. Rider won the championship, their second consecutive, and received the conference's automatic bid to the 1994 NCAA Tournament.
The NEC Men’s Basketball Tournament consisted of a ten-team playoff format with all games played at the venue of the higher seed. The first round was played by the four lowest seeds (7–10) and the other teams received a bye.
|First Round||Quarterfinals||Semifinals||Championship Game|
|8||Saint Francis (PA)||103||8||Saint Francis (PA)||60|
|7||Mount St. Mary's||90|
|10||St. Francis (NY)||81||2||Monmouth||88OT|
|10||Mount St. Mary's||77|
Tournament MVP in bold.
|1994 NEC All-Tournament Team|
Charles Smith, RU
- "NEC men's basketball record book" (PDF). NortheastConference.org. Retrieved 29 October 2015.