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Atlantic Sun Conference Women's Basketball Tournament

Atlantic Sun Women's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Sport Basketball
Conference Atlantic Sun Conference
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium University Center
Current location Macon, Georgia
Played 1986-present
Current champion FGCU
Most championships FIU, Georgia Southern (6)
Official website atlanticsun.org

The Atlantic Sun's Women’s Basketball Tournament began in 1986, with the winner of the tournament receiving the conference's automatic bid into the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship.

The tournament is held each year at predetermined campus sites, a tradition which started with the inception of the women's tournament. From 2004-07, the tournament was played regularly at the Dothan Civic Center in Dothan, Alabama, though then-conference member Troy was the official host in 2004-05, and the city of Dothan was the host in 2006-07, after Troy had departed for the Sun Belt Conference. Starting in 2008, the tournament moved again, this time to Nashville, Tennessee, hosted by Lipscomb. In 2010, the tourney was moved to Macon, Georgia and has been hosted by Mercer University.

Tournament Champions

Year Champion Location Host
1986 Florida A&M Gaither Gym, Tallahassee, Florida FAMU
1987 Georgia Southern Hanner Fieldhouse, Statesboro, Georgia Georgia Southern
1988 Georgia Southern Edmunds Center, DeLand, Florida Stetson
1989 Stetson GSU Sports Arena, Atlanta, Georgia Georgia State
1990 Georgia Southern Golden Panther Arena, Miami, Florida FIU
1991 University of Miami Gaither Gym, Tallahassee, Florida FAMU
1992 FIU Hanner Fieldhouse, Statesboro, Georgia Georgia Southern
1993 FIU Golden Panther Arena, Miami, Florida FIU
1994 FIU University Center, Hammond, Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana University
1995 FIU John Kresse Arena, Charleston, South Carolina College of Charleston
1996 UCF University Center, Hammond, Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana University
1997 FIU Edmunds Center, DeLand Florida Stetson
1998 FIU Golden Panther Arena, Miama, Florida FIU
1999 UCF GSU Sports Arena, Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Southern
2000 Campbell Pelham Civic Center, Pelham, Alabama ASF (in conjunction with Samford, JU and Troy).
2001 Georgia Southern UCF Arena, Orlando, Florida UCF
2002 Georgia Southern Trojan Arena, Troy, Alabama Troy
2003 Georgia Southern UCF Arena, Orlando, Florida UCF
2004 Lipscomb Dothan Civic Center, Dothan, Alabama Troy
2005 Stetson Dothan Civic Center, Dothan, Alabama Troy
2006 FAU Dothan Civic Center, Dothan, Alabama Dothan, AL
2007 Belmont Dothan Civic Center, Dothan, Alabama Dothan, AL
2008 ETSU Allen Arena, Nashville, Tennessee Lipscomb
2009 ETSU Allen Arena, Nashville, Tennessee Lipscomb
2010 ETSU University Center, Macon, Georgia Mercer
2011 Stetson University Center, Macon, Georgia Mercer
2012 FGCU University Center, Macon, Georgia Mercer

Performance By School

Member Winners Winning Years
Georgia Southern
6
1987, 1988, 1990, 2001, 2002, 2003
FIU
6
1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998
ETSU
3
2008, 2009, 2010
Stetson
3
1989, 2005, 2011
UCF
2
1996, 1999
Belmont
1
2007
Lipscomb
1
2004
Campbell
1
2000
FAU
1
2006
FGCU
1
2012
Miami
1
1991
FAMU
1
1986
TOTAL
24

Teams in bold are currently in The Atlantic Sun

See also: Atlantic Sun Men's Basketball Tournament

References/Links

  • Atlantic Sun Conference official website
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