Tulane DoubleTree Classic

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The Tulane Double Tree Classic is an annual basketball tournament hosted by Tulane University at Fogelman Arena in December. The tournament started in 1996.

History[edit]

1996[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round Colorado State Rhode Island 77-60
Dec. 28 First Round Tulane UNC Greensboro 89-46
Dec. 29 Consolation UNC Greensboro Rhode Island 87-63
Dec. 29 Championship Tulane Colorado State 105-72

1997[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 27 First Round Holy Cross Richmond 89-74
Dec. 27 First Round Tulane Appalachian State 81-41
Dec. 28 Consolation Richmond Appalachian State 94-68
Dec. 28 Championship Tulane Holy Cross 78-67

1998[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round Maine Middle Tennessee State 92-78
Dec. 28 First Round Tulane Furman 92-56
Dec. 29 Consolation Furman Middle Tennessee State 83-66
Dec. 29 Championship Tulane Maine 85-76

1999[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round West Virginia Lehigh 89-73
Dec. 28 First Round Tulane Providence 81-57
Dec. 29 Consolation Providence Lehigh 82-62
Dec. 29 Championship Tulane West Virginia 104-75

2000[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 27 First Round Hartford Long Beach State 69-57
Dec. 27 First Round Tulane William & Mary 69-51
Dec. 28 Consolation Long Beach State William & Mary 73-61
Dec. 28 Championship Tulane Hartford 75-45

2001[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round Virginia Long Island 73-40
Dec. 28 First Round Tulane Buffalo 76-29
Dec. 29 Consolation Buffalo Long Island 62-60
Dec. 29 Championship Tulane Virginia 74-63

2002[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round Boston College Southern Methodist 67-57
Dec. 28 First Round Tulane UNC Greensboro 63-43
Dec. 29 Consolation Southern Methodist UNC Greensboro 62-49
Dec. 29 Championship Tulane Boston College 69-50

2003[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round San Jose State Yale 71-53
Dec. 28 First Round Marist Tulane 60-46
Dec. 29 Consolation Tulane Yale 74-62
Dec. 29 Championship San Jose State Marist 59-49

2004[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round Pepperdine George State 58-41
Dec. 28 First Round Tulane Stephen F. Austin 79-72
Dec. 29 Consolation Stephen F. Austin Georgia State 61-56
Dec. 29 Championship Tulane Pepperdine 62-40

2005[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round Dayton Toledo 79-77
Dec. 28 First Round Samford Tulane 64-54
Dec. 29 Consolation Tulane Toledo 77-67 (OT)
Dec. 29 Championship Dayton Samford 68-59

2006[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round Texas-Arlington Ole Miss 66-55
Dec. 28 First Round Tulane Fordham 78-44
Dec. 29 Consolation Ole Miss Fordham 99-43
Dec. 29 Championship Tulane Texas-Arlington 68-65

2007[edit]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 20 First Round Robert Morris Tulane 82-71
Dec. 20 First Round Virginia Tech Texas-San Antonio 84-59
Dec. 21 Consolation Tulane Texas-San Antonio 76-42
Dec. 21 Championship Virginia Tech Robert Morris 76-67

2008[edit]

On December 21, Tulane defeated Providence 68-46 win over Providence to take the championship of the Tulane DoubleTree Classic for the 10th time in 13 seasons. Brett Benzio recorded her second double-double, with 13 points and 11 rebounds to be named tournament MVP.[1]

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 20 First Round Tulane Alabama State 70-48[2]
Dec. 20 First Round Providence Southeast Missouri State 67-59
Dec. 21 Consolation Alabama State Southeast Missouri State 60-53
Dec. 21 Championship Tulane Providence 68-46[3]

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2009[edit]

The 2009 edition will be held from December 28–29.

Date Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
Dec. 28 First Round Tulane Long Island 82-59
Dec. 28 First Round Texas Tech North Dakota 81-61
Dec. 29 Consolation Long Island North Dakota 83-62
Dec. 29 Championship Tulane Texas Tech 67-49

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Most Valuable Players[edit]

Year Player School
1996 Barbara Farris Tulane
1997 Grace Daley Tulane
1998 Grace Daley Tulane
1999 Janell Burse Tulane
2000 Janell Burse Tulane
2001 Teana McKiver Tulane
2002 Gwen Slaughter Tulane
2003 Cricket Williams San Jose State University
2004 D'Aundra Henry Tulane
2005 Cara Wright Dayton
2006 Ashley Langford Tulane
2007 Brittany Cook Virginia Tech
2008 Brett Benzio Tulane
2009 Danielle Nunn Tulane

All Tournament Team[edit]

  • 1996
    • Barbara Farris, Mary Ann Marino, Grace Daley (Tulane), Becky Hammon, Katie Cronin (Colorado State University), Melinda Goodson (UNC Greensboro).
  • 1997
    • Grace Daley, Barbara Farris, Kristen Koch (Tulane), Amy O'Brien (Holy Cross), Natasha Lettsome (Appalachian State), Jennifer Meade (Richmond)
  • 1998
    • Grace Daley, Janell Burse (Tulane), Jamie Cassidy, Kristen McCormick (Maine), Jackie Smith (Furman), Cortney Neeley (Middle Tennessee State)
  • 1999
    • Janell Burse, Fabrecia Roberson, Grace Daley (Tulane), Christin Annie (West Virginia) Monika Roberts (Providence) Anne Tierney (Lehigh)
  • 2000
    • Janell Burse, Britt Themann and Teana McKiver (Tulane), Jackie Moore (Long Beach State), Jen Sobota (William & Mary), Janeka Lopp (Hartford)
  • 2001
    • Teane McKiver, Gwen Slaughter, Delacey Joseph (Tulane), Telisha Quarles, Brandi Teamer (Virginia), Jessica Kochendorfer (Buffalo)
  • 2002
    • Gwen Slaughter, Delacey Joseph, (Tulane), Brianne Stepherson, Jessalyn Deveney (Boston College), Andrea Cossey (Southern Methodist), Nicole Murray (UNC Greensboro)
  • 2003
    • Cricket Williams, Tatiana Taylor (San Jose State), Steph Del Preore, Maureen Magarity (Marist) Kelly Nadeau (Tulane), Christina Phillips (Yale)
  • 2004
    • D'Aundra Henry, Lakethia Hampton (Tulane), Jennifer Lacy, Daphanie Kennedy (Pepperdine), April Clyburn (Georgia State), Jennifer Simpson (Stephen F. Austin)
  • 2005
    • Cara Wright, Terri Ramsey (Dayton), Jennifer Sands (Tulane), Danielle Bishop (Toledo), Cora Beth Smith, Alex Munday (Samford)
  • 2006
    • Ashley Langford, Jami Montagnino (Tulane), Terra Wallace, Maryann Abanobi (Texas-Arlington), Beth Troutt (Fordham) Arminite Price (Ole Miss)
  • 2007
    • Andrea Barbour, Brittany Cook (Virginia Tech), Chinata Nesbit, Sade Logan (Robert Morris), Ashley Langford (Tulane), Whitney York (Texas-San Antonio)
  • 2008
    • Sonya Daugherty (Southeast Missouri State), Erica Lumpkin (Alabama State), Shantee Darrian (Providence), Ashley Langford, Megan Valicevic), Brett Benzio (Tulane) [6]
  • 2009

Championships by School[edit]

School Number
Tulane 11
Dayton 1
San Jose State 1
Virginia Tech 1

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