Conference USA Women's Basketball Tournament

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Conference USA Women's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Conference USA logo.svg
Sport College basketball
Conference Conference USA
Number of teams 12
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium The Ford Center at The Star
Current location Frisco, Texas
Played 1996-present
Last contest 2017
Current champion Western Kentucky
Most championships Tulane Green Wave (5)
Official website ConferenceUSA.com

The Conference USA Women's Basketball Tournament is held annually following the end of the regular season of NCAA Division I Women's Basketball.

The tournament has been played every year since the inception of Conference USA in 1996. The winner receives an automatic berth into the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament.

Tournament Champions

Year Winner Score Opponent Site
1996 Memphis 93-87 (OT) DePaul Bartow Arena, Birmingham, Alabama
1997 Tulane 76-53 Marquette Alumni Hall, Chicago, Illinois
1998 Memphis 79-75 Louisville Louisville Gardens, Louisville, Kentucky
1999 Tulane 58-44 Cincinnati Fogelman Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana
2000 Tulane 73-70 UAB Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky
2001 Tulane 63-50 Cincinnati U.S. Cellular Arena, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2002 Cincinnati 68-56 Tulane DePaul Athletic Center, Chicago, Illinois
2003 TCU 85-76 (OT) Cincinnati The Pyramid, Memphis, Tennessee
2004 Houston 86-75 TCU Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, Fort Worth, Texas
2005 TCU 60-41 Louisville Dale F. Halton Arena, Charlotte, North Carolina
2006 Tulsa 55-52 Rice Moody Coliseum, Dallas, Texas
2007 East Carolina 79-70 Rice Reynolds Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
2008 SMU 73-57 UTEP UCF Arena, Orlando, Florida
2009 UCF 65-54 (OT) Southern Miss Fogelman Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana
2010 Tulane 62-54 UAB Reynolds Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
2011 UCF 85-73 Tulane Don Haskins Center
Memorial Gym, El Paso, Texas
2012 UTEP 69-65 Tulane FedExForum
Elma Roane Fieldhouse, Memphis, Tennessee
2013 Tulsa 75-66 UCF BOK Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
2014 Middle Tennessee 84-55 Tulsa Don Haskins Center
Memorial Gym, El Paso, Texas
2015 Western Kentucky 60-57 Southern Miss Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama
2016 Middle Tennessee 70-54 Old Dominion Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama
2017 Western Kentucky 67-56 Southern Miss Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama
2017 Western Kentucky 72-57 UAB The Ford Center at The Star, Frisco, Texas
2019 The Ford Center at The Star, Frisco, Texas

Performance by school

Member Winners Winning Years
Tulane
5
1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2010
Western Kentucky
3
2015, 2017, 2018
Middle Tennessee
2
2014, 2016
Tulsa
2
2006, 2013
UCF
2
2009, 2011
Memphis
2
1996, 1998
TCU
2
2003, 2005
Cincinnati
1
2002
Houston
1
2004
East Carolina
1
2007
SMU
1
2008
UTEP
1
2012
TOTAL
22
  • Teams in bold indicate current conference member.

See also

References

  • Conference USA official website
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