NJCAA Women's Basketball Championship

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Women and men championship trophies in 2003 at Suffolk County Community College

The NJCAA Women's Basketball Championship is an American intercollegiate basketball tournament conducted by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), and determines the women's national champion. The tournament has been held since 1975.[1] There are three divisions, I, II and III. The most successful program, Trinity Valley Community College, has won Division I eight times, including three straight championships from 2012-2015. From 1998-2014, the tournament was hosted at Bicentennial Center in Salina, Kansas.[2] The 2016-2018 tournaments will be held at Rip Griffin Center, on the campus of former NJCAA member Lubbock Christian University, in Lubbock, Texas.[2]

Division I[edit]

Division II[edit]

Year Winner Runner Up Score
1992 Illinois Central College Lansing Community College 89-72
1993 Illinois Central College Kankakee Community College 76-71 (OT)
1994 Southwestern Michigan College Chattahoochee Valley Community College 81-72
1995 Kankakee Community College St. Clair County Community College 95-83 (3 OT)
1996 Lansing Community College Kankakee Community College 74-68
1997 Kirkwood Community College Carl Sandburg College 76-67
1998 Illinois Central College Penn Valley Community College 72-65
1999 Illinois Central College Northwest-Shoals Community College 86-81
2000 Johnson County Community College Monroe Community College 63-61
2001 Monroe Community College Frederick Community College 69-41
2002 Kirkwood Community College Penn Valley Community College 76-47
2003 Illinois Central College Mitchell College 80-67
2004 Monroe Community College Scottsdale Community College 63-41
2005 Monroe Community College Illinois Central College 62-46
2006 Illinois Central College Kirkwood Community College 71-54
2007 Kirkwood Community College Kankakee Community College 84-55
2008 Kirkwood Community College Kankakee Community College 78-53
2009 Kirkwood Community College Schoolcraft College 62-38
2010 Kirkwood Community College Patrick Henry Community College 72-62
2011 Monroe College Pima Community College 78-74
2012 Monroe College Lake Michigan College 78-73
2013 Louisburg College Mesa Community College 75-65
2014 Mesa Community College Highland Community College 00-00
2015 Johnson County Community College Parkland College 66-64

Division III[edit]

Year Winner Runner Up Score
1992 Becker College Ocean County College 87-54
1993 Hudson Valley Community College Quinsigamond Community College 51-50
1994 Anoka-Ramsey Community College Triton College 69-62
1995 Rainy River Community College Montgomery College 83-60
1996 Central Lakes College - Brainerd Monroe Community College 71-57
1997 Anoka-Ramsey Community College Monroe Community College 80-57
1998 Anoka-Ramsey Community College College of DuPage 73-48
1999 Anoka-Ramsey Community College Jefferson Community College 68-62
2000 College of DuPage Anoka-Ramsey Community College 72-61
2001 Fergus Falls Community College Borough of Manhattan Community College 61-58
2002 College of DuPage Northland Community & Technical College 66-49
2003 Suffolk County Community College Madison Area Technical College 63-53
2004 Minneapolis Community & Technical College College of DuPage 79-77 (OT)
2005 Anoka-Ramsey Community College Monroe College 64-60
2006 Monroe College Mohawk Valley Community College 100-70
2007 Anoka-Ramsey Community College Mohawk Valley Community College 52-44
2008 Monroe College Mohawk Valley Community College 79-48
2009 Rochester Community & Tech College Madison Area Technical College 87-63
2010 Madison Area Technical College Onondaga Community College 74-55
2011 Anoka-Ramsey Community College Roxbury Community College 60-55
2012 Rock Valley College Roxbury Community College 82-64
2013 Rock Valley College Mohawk Valley Community College 78-60

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NJCAA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK" (PDF). NJCAA. Retrieved 10 Oct 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "NJCAA moving women's finals to Lubbock". Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. Retrieved November 2, 2015. 

"NJCAA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK" (PDF). NJCAA. Retrieved 10 Oct 2014.