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Site: Memorial Gym (5,200) -- El Paso, Texas (1st, 2nd Round, Quarterfinals)
Don Haskins Center (12,222) -- El Paso, Texas (Semifinals and Final)
Dates: Tuesday, March 11th through Saturday, March 15th
Annual: 19th
Defending Champion: Tulsa def. UCF, 75-66
Television: C-USA Digital Network, CBSSN (Semifinals and Championship)
 
Tuesday, March 11th - First Round
Marshall 80, (9) Florida Atlantic (16-14) 73
FIU 85, (12) Rice (13-17) 65
Louisiana Tech 77, (11) North Texas (12-18) 59
Texas-San Antonio 90, (10) Tulsa (12-16) 89
 
Wednesday, March 12th - Second Round
UAB 79, (16) Marshall (11-20) 63
FIU 87, (5) East Carolina (22-8) 75
Louisiana Tech 64, (6) Charlotte (15-15) 55
Old Dominion 79, (15) Texas-San Antonio (14-17) 74
 
Thursday, March 13th - Quarterfinal Round
Middle Tennessee 69, (8) UAB (16-15) 59
FIU 69, (4) Tulane (20-10) 55
Texas-El Paso 81, (14) Louisiana Tech (12-20) 72
Southern Miss 83, (7) Old Dominion (17-15) 64
 
Friday, March 14th - Semifinal Round
Middle Tennessee 64, (13) FIU (15-18) 57
Southern Miss 84, (3) Texas-El Paso (24-7) 70
 
Saturday, March 15th - Championship Game
(1) Middle Tennessee (29-4) 84, (2) Southern Miss (26-6) 55
 
Past Conference USA Tournament Winners, Results and MVPs
2014Middle Tennessee def. Southern Miss, 84-55 (Ebony Rowe, MTSU)
2013Tulsa def. UCF, 75-66 (Taleya Mayberry, Tulsa)
2012Texas-El Paso def. Tulane, 69-65 (Gloria Brown, Texas-El Paso)
2011UCF def. Tulane, 85-73 (Jelisa Caldwell, UCF)
2010Tulane def. UAB, 62-54 (Danielle Nunn, Tulane)
2009UCF def. Southern Miss, 65-54 (OT) (Emma Cannon, UCF)
2008SMU def. Texas-El Paso, 73-57 (Janielle Dodds, SMU)
2007East Carolina def. Rice, 79-70 (LaCoya Terry, East Carolina)
2006Tulsa def. Rice, 55-52 (Jillian Robbins, Tulsa)
2005TCU def. Louisville, 60-41 (Sancho Lyttle, Houston)
2004Houston def. TCU, 86-75 (Chandi Jones, Houston)
2003TCU def. Cincinnati, 85-76 (OT) (Sandora Irvin, TCU)
2002Cincinnati def. Tulane, 68-56 (Valerie King, Cincinnati)
2001Tulane def. Cincinnati, 63-50 (Valerie King, Cincinnati)
2000Tulane def. UAB, 73-70 (Janell Burse, Tulane)
1999Tulane def. Cincinnati, 58-44 (Grace Daley, Tulane)
1998Memphis def. Louisville, 79-75 (LaTonya Johnson, Memphis)
1997Tulane def. Marquette, 76-53 (Mary Lowry, Tulane)
1996Memphis def. DePaul, 93-87 (OT) (Keeta Matthews, Memphis)
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As of March 16, 2014, at 08:40 PM ET

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