America East Conference Women's Basketball Tournament

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America East Women's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
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Sport College basketball
Conference America East Conference
Number of teams 9
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium SEFCU Arena, (Albany, NY)
Current location Albany, New York
Played 1985-present
Last contest 2013 America East Tournament
Current champion Albany Great Danes (2013)
Most championships Maine Black Bears (7)
Official website AmericaEast.com Women's Basketball

The America East Conference Women's Basketball Tournament is the annual concluding tournament for the NCAA college basketball in the America East Conference. The winner of the annual tournament gains an automatic bid to the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship.

History of the Tournament Finals[edit]

Year Winner Score Opponent Most Outstanding Player Tournament Venue
1985 Northeastern 73-59 Maine N/A
1986 Northeastern 62-55 Boston University N/A
1987 Northeastern 55-48 Maine N/A
1988 Boston University 66-62 Maine N/A
1989 Boston University 60-54 Northeastern N/A
1990 Maine 64-54 Boston University Rachel Bouchard, Maine
1991 Maine 79-64 Vermont Rachel Bouchard, Maine
1992 Vermont 70-50 Maine Sharon Bay, Vermont
1993 Vermont 62-45 Maine Sharon Bay, Vermont
1994 Vermont 53-51 Northeastern Sheri Turnbull, Vermont
1995 Maine 70-59 Northeastern Cindy Blodgett, Maine
1996 Maine 88-55 Vermont Cindy Blodgett, Maine
1997 Maine 92-70 Vermont Cindy Blodgett, Maine
1998 Maine 81-80 Vermont Cindy Blodgett, Maine Alfond Arena, (Orono, ME)
1999 Northeastern 57-55 Maine Tesha Tinsley, Northeastern Patrick Gym, (Burlington, VT)
2000 Vermont 77-50 Maine Karalyn Church, Vermont Patrick Gym, (Burlington, VT)
2001 Delaware 69-64 Vermont Cindy Johnson, Delaware Patrick Gym, (Burlington, VT)
2002 Hartford 60-57 Stony Brook Kenitra Johnson, Hartford Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
2003 Boston University 69-65 Maine Katie Terhune, Boston University Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
2004 Maine 68-43 Boston University Heather Ernest, Maine Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
2005 Hartford 52-50 Boston University Erika Messam, Hartford Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
2006 Hartford 75-56 Boston University Erika Messam, Hartford Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
2007 UMBC 48-46 Hartford Amanda Robinson, UMBC Binghamton University Events Center, (Vestal, NY)
2008 Hartford 61-45 Boston University Lisa Etienne, Hartford Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
2009 Vermont 74-66 Boston University Courtnay Pilypaitis, Vermont Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
2010 Vermont 55-50 Hartford Courtnay Pilypaitis, Vermont Preliminary Rounds at Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
Finals at Chase Areana at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
2011 Hartford 65-53 Boston University Alex Hall, Hartford Preliminary Rounds at Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion, (West Hartford, CT)
Finals at Case Gym, (Boston, MA)
2012 Albany 69–61 UMBC Ebone Henry, Albany Preliminary Rounds at Chase Arena (West Hartford, CT)
Finals at SEFCU Arena, (Albany, NY)
2013 Albany 61–52 Hartford Megan Craig, Albany Preliminary Rounds at SEFCU Arena, (Albany, NY)
Finals at SEFCU Arena, (Albany, NY)

Tournament Championships by School[edit]

School # of Tournament Championships Last Tournament Championship
Maine 7 2004
Vermont 6 2010
Northeastern 4 1999
Hartford 5 2011
Boston University 3 2003
Albany 2 2013
Delaware 1 2001
UMBC 1 2007

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