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Big Sky Conference Women's Basketball Tournament

Big Sky Conference Women's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Sport Basketball
Conference Big Sky Conference
Number of teams 9
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium Dahlberg Arena
Current location Missoula, Montana
Played 1983-present
Current champion Idaho State Bengals
Most championships Montana Grizzlies (16)
Official website Women's Basketball

The Big Sky Conference's Women’s Basketball Tournament has existed since 1983. The winner of the tournament receives The Big Sky's automatic bid into the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship.

Prior to 1983, no tournament was played. Since the tournament's inception, each match-up has always been contested on the home court of the higher seed. Starting in 1986, an MVP was selected at the conclusion of the championship game. In 1989, the conference added All-Conference Team honors, in addition to the MVP.

Tournament Champions

Year Champion Location
1983 Montana Missoula, Montana
1984 Montana Missoula, Montana
1985 Idaho Moscow, Idaho
1986 Montana Missoula, Montana
1987 Eastern Washington Missoula, Montana
1988 Montana Missoula, Montana
1989 Montana Missoula, Montana
1990 Montana Missoula, Montana
1991 Montana Missoula, Montana
1992 Montana Boise, Idaho
1993 Montana State Bozeman, Montana
1994 Montana Missoula, Montana
1995 Montana Missoula, Montana
1996 Montana Missoula, Montana
1997 Montana Missoula, Montana
1998 Montana Missoula, Montana
1999 CS Northridge Northridge, California
2000 Montana Missoula, Montana
2001 Idaho State Pocatello, Idaho
2002 Weber State Ogden, Utah
2003 Weber State Ogden, Utah
2004 Montana Missoula, Montana
2005 Montana Missoula, Montana
2006 Northern Arizona Pocatello, Idaho
2007 Idaho State Missoula, Montana
2008 Montana Missoula, Montana
2009 Montana Missoula, Montana
2010 Portland State Cheney, Washington
2011 Montana Portland, Oregon
2012 Idaho State Pocatello, Idaho
2013 Montana Missoula, Montana

Performance By School

Member Winners Winning Years
1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013
Idaho State
2001, 2007, 2012
Weber State
2002, 2003
Eastern Washington
Montana State
Northern Arizona
Portland State
CS Northridge¹

¹no longer a conference member

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