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Southland Conference Women's Basketball Tournament

Southland Conference Women's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
Sport College basketball
Conference Southland Conference
Number of teams 12
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium Leonard E. Merrell Center
Current location Katy, Texas
Played 1983, 1988-present
Current champion McNeese State Cowgirls
Most championships Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks (15)
Official website Southland.org Women's Basketball

The Southland Conference's Women’s Basketball Tournament began in 1983, with the winner of the tournament receiving the conference's automatic bid into the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship. There was no tournament from 1984-1987, but in 1988 the season-ending tradition returned for good, with a format much as in the men's tournament, with opening rounds at the home court of the higher seed, and a designated location thereafter.

Starting in 2007, both the men's and women's tournaments were played at the same neutral site, for all rounds.

Tournament Champions

Year Champion Location
1983 Louisiana-Monroe Monroe, Louisiana
1984 No Tournament
1985 No Tournament
1986 No Tournament
1987 No Tournament
1988 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, Texas
1989 Stephen F. Austin same
1990 Stephen F. Austin same
1991 Stephen F. Austin same
1992 Stephen F. Austin same
1993 Stephen F. Austin campus sites, final played in Nacogdoches, TX
1994 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, TX
1995 Stephen F. Austin campus sites, final played in Shreveport, Louisiana
1996 Stephen F. Austin Shreveport, LA
1997 Texas State same
1998 Stephen F. Austin same
1999 Stephen F. Austin same
2000 Stephen F. Austin campus sites, final played in Shreveport, LA
2001 Stephen F. Austin campus sites, final played in Bossier City, Louisiana
2002 Stephen F. Austin campus sites, final played in Nacogdoches, TX
2003 Texas State campus sites, final played in San Antonio, Texas
2004 Northwestern State campus sites, final played in Natchitoches, Louisiana
2005 UT-Arlington campus sites, final played in Monroe, Louisiana
2006 Stephen F. Austin same
2007 UT-Arlington Campbell Center, Houston, TX
2008 UTSA Leonard E. Merrell Center, Katy, TX
2009 UTSA Leonard E. Merrell Center, Katy, TX
2010 Lamar Leonard E. Merrell Center, Katy, TX
2011 McNeese State Leonard E. Merrell Center, Katy, TX
2012 McNeese State Leonard E. Merrell Center, Katy, TX

Performance By School

Member Winners Winning Years
Stephen F. Austin
15
1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2006
McNeese State
2
2011, 2012
¹Texas State
2
1997, 2003
¹UT-Arlington
2
2005, 2007
¹UTSA
2
2008, 2009
Lamar
1
2010
Northwestern State
1
2004
¹Louisiana-Monroe
1
1983
TOTAL
24

¹no longer a conference member

See also

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