2019 WAC Women's Basketball Tournament
|2019 Western Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Tournament|
|Champions||New Mexico State (4th title)|
|Winning coach||Brooke Atkinson (1st title)|
|MVP||Gia Pack (New Mexico State)|
|2018–19 WAC women's basketball standings|
|New Mexico State †||15||–||1||.938||26||–||7||.788|
|UT Rio Grande Valley||10||–||6||.625||18||–||15||.545|
|† 2019 WAC Tournament winner |
As of March 23, 2019; Rankings from AP Poll
*California Baptist ineligible for WAC Tournament as part of reclassification from Division II
The 2019 WAC Women's Basketball Tournament was a postseason tournament was held on March 13–16, 2019, at the Orleans Arena in Paradise, Nevada. New Mexico State won the conference tournament championship game over Texas–Rio Grande Valley, in double-overtime, 76–73 to earn an automatic trip to the NCAA Women's Tournament.
|2019 WAC Women's Basketball Tournament seeds|
|1.||New Mexico State||15–1||26–6|
|3.||UT Rio Grande Valley||10–6||18–14|
|Quarterfinals – Wednesday, March 13|
|Semifinals – Friday, March 15|
|Championship Game – Saturday, March 16|
|*Game Times in PT. #-Rankings denote tournament seeding.|
Wednesday, March 13
Friday, March 15
Saturday, March 16
|1||New Mexico State||90|
|1||New Mexico State||91 OT|
|1||New Mexico State||76 OT 2|
|3||Cal St Bakersfield||79|
|3||Cal State Bakersfield||58|
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- "New Mexico State outlasts Texas Rio Grande in 20T, 76-73". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2019-03-17.
- "2018-19 WAC Women's Basketball Standings". Western Athletic Conference. Retrieved 2019-03-17.