Colonial Athletic Association Women's Basketball Tournament

CAA Women's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Sport College basketball
Conference Colonial Athletic Association
Number of teams 11
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium Rotates — The Show Place Arena in 2013
Current location Rotates — Upper Marlboro, Maryland in 2013
Played 1984-present
Current champion University of Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens
Most championships Old Dominion Lady Monarchs (17)
Official website CAASports.com Women's Basketball

The Colonial Athletic Association Women's Basketball tournament has been held every year since 1984. The winner receives an automatic berth into the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship.

Tournament champions

Year Champion Score Runner-Up Venue
1984 East Carolina 54-39 Richmond East Carolina
1985 East Carolina 65-59 James Madison Richmond
1986 James Madison 66-62 East Carolina UNC Wilmington
1987 James Madison 74-62 American JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Virginia
1988 James Madison 87-72 George Mason American
1989 James Madison 55-45 Richmond William & Mary Hall, Williamsburg, Virginia
1990 Richmond 47-46 James Madison JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Virginia
1991 Richmond 88-70 East Carolina JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Virginia
1992 Old Dominion 80-75 East Carolina Old Dominion University Fieldhouse, Norfolk, Virginia
1993 Old Dominion 65-51 William & Mary Old Dominion University Fieldhouse, Norfolk, Virginia
1994 Old Dominion 78-61 George Mason JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Virginia
1995 Old Dominion 63-44 James Madison Old Dominion University Fieldhouse, Norfolk, Virginia
1996 Old Dominion 84-58 James Madison Old Dominion University Fieldhouse, Norfolk, Virginia
1997 Old Dominion 83-46 East Carolina Richmond Coliseum
1998 Old Dominion 82-49 American same
1999 Old Dominion 73-67 East Carolina Richmond
2000 Old Dominion 92-49 UNC Wilmington VCU
2001 Old Dominion 66-62 James Madison Old Dominion University Fieldhouse, Norfolk, Virginia
2002 Old Dominion 76-48 UNC Wilmington Old Dominion University Fieldhouse, Norfolk, Virginia
2003 Old Dominion 66-58 Delaware Ted Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Virginia
2004 Old Dominion 85-81 George Mason Ted Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Virginia
2005 Old Dominion 78-74 (ot) Delaware Patriot Center, Fairfax, Virginia
2006 Old Dominion 58-54 James Madison Patriot Center, Fairfax, Virginia
2007 Old Dominion 78-70 James Madison Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, Delaware
2008 Old Dominion 71-64 VCU Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, Delaware
2009 Drexel 64-58 James Madison JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Virginia
2010 James Madison 67-53 Old Dominion JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Virginia
2011 James Madison 67-61 Delaware Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Maryland
2012 Delaware 59-43 Drexel Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Maryland
2013 Delaware 59-56 Drexel Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Maryland

References

  • http://www.caasports.com/
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