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2014 Conference/A.I.I. Tournaments

February 03, 2014

*All times are local

American Midwest Conference
March 4 - 10 | Highest Seed Hosts
Tournament Page

Tuesday, March 4 - First Round
-No. 8 Missouri Baptist def. No. 9 Mid-Continent (Ky.), 85-68
-No. 5 Park (Mo.) def. No. 12 Stephens (Mo.), 60-36
-No. 6 Williams Baptist (Ark.) def. No. 11 Harris-Stowe (Mo.), 81-77 (OT)
-No. 7 Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.) def. No. 10 Benedictine-Springfield (Ill.), 74-57

Wednesday, March 5 - Quarterfinals
-No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) def. No. 8 Missouri Baptist, 86-55
-No. 2 Columbia (Mo.) def. No. 7 Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.), 90-43
-No. 3 Lyon (Ark.) def. No. 6 Williams Baptist (Ark.), 62-53
-No. 4 William Woods (Mo.) def. No. 5 Park (Mo.), 71-63

Friday, March 7 - Semifinals
-No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) def. No. 4 William Woods (Mo.), 70-53
-No. 2 Columbia (Mo.) def. No. 3 Lyon (Ark.), 83-66

Monday, March 10 - Finals
-No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) def. No. 2 Columbia (Mo.), 80-71

Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the American Midwest Conference Tournament Champion.

Columbia (Mo.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the American Midwest Conference Regular-Season Runner-Up.



Association of Independent Institutions
March 7 - 9 | Hosted by Life (Ga.) - Marietta, Ga.
Tournament Page

Friday, March 7 - First Round
-No. 6 Northern New Mexico vs. No. 3 Morris (S.C.), 88-86
-No. 5 West Virginia Tech def. No. 4 Allen (S.C.), 89-59

Saturday, March 8 - Semifinals
-No. 1 Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.) def. No. 5 West Virginia Tech, 86-80
-No. 2 Cal State San Marcos (Calif.) def. No. 6 Northern New Mexico, 62-52

Sunday, March 9 - Finals
-No. 2 Cal State San Marcos (Calif.) def. No. 1 Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.), 82-68

Cal State San Marcos (Calif.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Association of Independent Institutions Champion.



Frontier Conference
March 3 - 11 | Highest Seed Hosts
Tournament Page

Monday, March 3 - First Round
-No. 4 Montana Western def. No. 5 Great Falls (Mont.), 63-61
-No. 3 Montana State-Northern def. No. 6 Carroll (Mont.), 58-47

Saturday, March 8 - Semifinals
-No. 1 Westminster (Utah) def. No. 4 Montana Western, 70-42
-No. 2 Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) def. No. 3 Montana State-Northern, 71-65

Tuesday, March 11 - Finals
-No. 1 Westminster (Utah) def. No. 2 Lewis-Clark State (Idaho), 59-58

Westminster (Utah) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Frontier Conference Tournament Champion.



Golden State Athletic Conference
March 5 - 11 | Highest Seed Hosts
Tournament Page

Wednesday, March 5 - Quarterfinals
-No. 4 Hope International (Calif.) def. No. 5 Biola (Calif.), 77-65
-No. 3 Westmont (Calif.) def. No. 6 Concordia (Calif.), 70-56
-No. 2 The Master's (Calif.) def. No. 7 San Diego Christian (Calif.), 77-50
-No. 1 Vanguard (Calif.) def. No. 8 Arizona Christian, 100-51

Friday, March 7 - Semifinals
-No. 4 Hope International (Calif.) def. No. 1 Vanguard (Calif.), 80-76
-No. 2 The Master's (Calif.) def. No. 3 Westmont (Calif.), 73-52

Tuesday, March 11 - Finals
-No. 4 Hope International (Calif.) def. No. 2 The Master's (Calif.), 64-59

Hope International (Calif.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament Champion.



Gulf Coast Athletic Conference
March 6 - 9 | Hosted by Xavier (La.) - New Orleans, La.
Tournament Page

Thursday, March 6 - First Round
-No. 9 Fisk (Tenn.) def. No. 8 Voorhees (S.C.), 82-79

Friday, March 7 - Quarterfinals
-No. 4 Philander Smith (Ark.) def. No. 5 Edward Waters (Fla.), 73-58
-No. 1 Talladega (Ala.) def. No. 9 Fisk (Tenn.), 74-59
-No. 2 Xavier (La.) def. No. 7 Dillard (La.), 60-47
-No. 6 Tougaloo (Miss.) def. No. 3 Southern-New Orleans (La.), 81-74

Saturday, March 8 - Semifinals
-No. 1 Talladega (Ala.) def. No. 4 Philander Smith (Ark.), 76-71
-No. 2 Xavier (La.) def. No. 6 Tougaloo (Miss.), 84-73

Sunday, March 9 - Finals
-No. 2 Xavier (La.) def. No. 1 Talladega (Ala.), 66-59

Xavier (La.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Champion.



Heart of America Athletic Conference
March 6 - 11 | Highest Seed Hosts

Thursday, March 6 - Quarterfinals
-No. 1 Baker (Kan.) def. No. 8 Evangel (Mo.), 64-54
-No. 2 MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) def. No. 7 Peru State (Neb.), 59-43
-No. 3 Central Methodist (Mo.) def. No. 6 Graceland (Iowa), 84-64
-No. 5 Missouri Valley def. No. 4 Benedictine (Kan.), 77-71

Saturday, March 8 - Semifinals
-No. 1 Baker (Kan.) def. No. 5 Missouri Valley, 69-60
-No. 2 MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) def. No. 3 Central Methodist (Mo.), 77-54

Tuesday, March 11 - Finals
-No. 2 MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) def. No. 1 Baker (Kan.), 79-72

Baker (Kan.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Heart of America Athletic Conference Regular-Season Champion.

MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament Champion.



Mid-South Conference
March 7 - 9 | Hosted by Cumberland (Tenn.) - Lebanon, Tenn.
Tournament Page

Friday, March 7 - Quarterfinals
-No. 1 Campbellsville (Ky.) def. No. 8 Bluefield (Va.), 63-54
-No. 4 Shawnee State (Ohio) def. No. 5 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.), 69-65
-No. 2 Georgetown (Ky.) def. No. 7 Rio Grande (Ohio), 87-77
-No. 6 Pikeville (Ky.) def. No. 3 Cumberlands (Ky.), 87-87

Saturday, March 8 - Semifinals
-No. 1 Campbellsville (Ky.) def. No. 4 Shawnee State (Ohio), 84-63
-No. 2 Georgetown (Ky.) def. No. 6 Pikeville (Ky.), 87-75

Sunday, March 9 - Finals
-No. 1 Campbellsville (Ky.) def. No. 2 Georgetown (Ky.), 75-68

Campbellsville (Ky.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Mid-South Conference Regular-Season Champion.

Georgetown (Ky.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Mid-South Conference Tournament Runner-Up.



Red River Athletic Conference
March 4 - 8 | Hosted at East Texas Baptist University - Marshall, Texas
Tournament Page

Wednesday, March 5 - First Round
-No. 5 Huston-Tillotson (Texas) def. No. 4 Jarvis Christian (Texas), 90-88
-No. 3 Langston (Okla.) def. No. 6 LSU Shreveport (La.), 77-52

Friday, March 7 - Semifinals
-No. 5 Huston-Tillotson (Texas) def. No. 1 Our Lady of the Lake (Texas), 70-58
-No. 3 Langston (Okla.) def. No. 2 Wiley (Texas), 92-85

Saturday, March 8 - Finals
-No. 5 Huston-Tillotson (Texas) def. No. 3 Langston (Okla.), 67-64

Our Lady of the Lake (Texas) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Red River Athletic Conference Regular-Season Champion.

Huston-Tillotson (Texas) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Red River Athletic Conference Tournament Champion.



Sooner Athletic Conference
March 5 - 8 | Hosted by Oklahoma Baptist - Shawnee, Okla. 
Tournament Page

Wednesday, March 5 - First Round
-No. 6 Texas Wesleyan def. No. 11 Northwood (Texas), 80-59
-No. 10 St. Gregory's (Okla.) def. No. 7 SAGU (Texas), 67-66 (OT)
-No. 8 Southwestern Christian (Okla.) def. No. 9 Science & Arts (Okla.), 98-90 (2OT)

Thursday, March 6 - Quarterfinals
-No. 3 Wayland Baptist (Texas) def. No. 6 Texas Wesleyan, 54-40
-No. 4 John Brown (Ark.) def. No. 5 Mid-America Christian (Okla.), 72-60
-No. 2 Oklahoma Baptist def. No. 10 St. Gregory's (Okla.), 92-65
-No. 1 Oklahoma City def. No. 8 Southwestern Christian (Okla.), 73-65

Friday, March 7 - Semifinals
-No. 4 John Brown (Ark.) def. No. 1 Oklahoma City, 66-62
-No. 2 Oklahoma Baptist def. No. 3 Wayland Baptist (Texas), 84-69

Saturday, March 8 - Finals
-No. 2 Oklahoma Baptist def. No. 4 John Brown (Ark.), 60-57

Oklahoma City qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Sooner Athletic Conference Regular-Season Champion.

Oklahoma Baptist qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament Champion.



Southern States Athletic Conference
March 5 - 8 | Hosted at the Cramton Bowl Multiplex - Montgomery, Ala.
Tournament Page

Wednesday, March 5 - First Round
-No. 4 Martin Methodist (Tenn.) def. No. 5 Auburn Montgomery (Ala.), 68-56
-No. 4 Emmanuel (Ga.) def. No. 5 Belhaven (Miss.), 83-70

Thursday, March 6 - Quarterfinals
-No. 1 Southern Poly (Ga.) def. No. 4 Martin Methodist (Tenn.), 80-78
-No. 3 Coastal Georgia def. No. 2 Bethel (Tenn.), 74-73
-No. 1 Loyola (La.) def. No. 4 Emmanuel (Ga.), 62-51
-No. 3 Mobile (Ala.) def. No. 2 Faulkner (Ala.), 78-67

Friday, March 7 - Semifinals
-No. 3 Coastal Georgia def. No. 1 Southern Poly (Ga.), 47-46
-No. 3 Mobile (Ala.) def. No.1 Loyola (La.), 77-63

Saturday, March 8 - Finals
-No. 3 Mobile (Ala.) def. No. 3 Coastal Georgia, 81-65

Southern Poly (Ga.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Southern States Athletic Conference East Division Champion.

Loyola (La.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Southern States Athletic Conference West Division Champion.

Mobile (Ala.) qualifies for the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship as the Southern States Athletic Conference Tournament Champion.



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