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    2012 WAC Women's Basketball Tournament
Presented by Verizon
Orleans Arena - Las Vegas, Nev.
March 7-10, 2012
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL GAMES (All times Pacific)
Wednesday, March 7 (Quarterfinals)
Game 1-#3 Louisiana Tech 63, #6 Hawai‘i 54
Post-Game Video: LT | UH
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Game 2-#2 Utah State 75, #7 Nevada 66
Post-Game Video: USU | NEV
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Game 3-#1 Fresno State 66, #8 NM State 58
Post-Game Video: FS | NMSU 
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Game 4-#4 Idaho 67, #5 San Jose State 63
Post-Game Video: UI | SJSU
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Friday, March 9 (Semifinals)
Game 5-#3 LA Tech 73, #2 Utah State 69
Post-Game Video: USU | LT
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WSN
Final Box Recap Photos
Game 6-#1 Fresno St. 80, #4 Idaho 55
Post-Game Video: FS | UI
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WSN
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Saturday, March 10 (Championship)
Game 7-#1 Fresno St. 89, #3 LA Tech 61
Post-Game Video: FS | LT | Awards
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WSN
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2012 Women's Tournament Bracket

WAC Women's Basketball Weekly Release

2012 Women's All-WAC Teams

Women's Championship Game
Fresno State 89, Louisiana Tech 61

Rosie Moult scored a game-high 23 points to lead Fresno State to an 89-61 win over Louisiana Tech in the WAC Tournament championship game. The win marks the fourth WAC Tournament title for the Bulldogs. Ki-Ki Moore helped Fresno State with 19 points while Madison Parrish and Veronica Wilson scored 13 and 10 points, respectively. Whitney Frazier led Louisiana Tech with 18 points.

All-Tournament Team

Jasmine Bendolph - Louisiana Tech
Ashlee Brown - Utah State
Alyssa Charlston - Idaho
Rosie Moult - Fresno State
Ki-Ki Moore - Fresno State (MVP)


Women's Semifinal Games
Fresno State 80, Idaho 55
Ki-Ki Moore scored 19 points to lead Fresno State to an 80-55 victory over Idaho in the semifinals of the WAC Tournament. Rosie Moult helped with 15 points, while Blakely Goldberg scored 12 and Bree Farley tallied 10. Alyssa Charlston paced Idaho with a 14-point, 10-rebound double-double. Fresno State moves on to face Louisiana Tech for the WAC title on Saturday at 3 p.m. PT.

Louisiana Tech 73, Utah State 69

Jasmine Bendolph scored 21 points to lead Louisiana Tech 73-69 win over Utah State in the semifinals of the WAC Tournament. Angie Felton helped the Lady Techsters with 19 points and six rebounds. Ashlee Brown led Utah State with a game-high 24 points. The Lady Techsters advance to the program's eighth WAC Tournament championship game in their 11 years in the league


Women's Quarterfinal Games
Louisiana Tech 63, Hawai‘i 54
Jasmine Bendolph scored a game-high 20 points and dished out four assists to lead No. 3 Louisiana Tech to a 63-54 victory over sixth-seeded Hawai‘i. Shantale Bramble-Donaldson helped LA Tech with a 13-point, 11-rebound double-double. Kamilah Jackson led UH with 17 points. The Lady Techsters now move on to Saturday's semifinal game to face Utah State.

Utah State 75, Nevada 66
Ashlee Brown was just shy of a triple-double, finishing with 17 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds to lead second-seeded Utah State to a 75-66 victory over No. 7 Nevada. Kate Kevorken led Nevada with a double-double of 21 points and 12 rebounds. USU's Devyn Christensen finished with a team-high 18 points. Utah State now moves on to Saturday's semifinal game against No. 3 Louisiana Tech.

Fresno State 66, New Mexico State 58
Ki-Ki Moore scored a game-high 15 points to lead Fresno State to a 66-58 win over New Mexico State Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the WAC Tournament. Three other Bulldogs reached double figure scoring, including Blakely Goldberg (14), Alex Sheedy (10) and Veronica Wilson (10). Tabytha Wampler led New Mexico State with 14 points. Fresno State now moves on to play in the semifinals on Friday against Idaho.

Idaho 67, San Jose State 63
Alyssa Charlston scored 16 points and pulled down 15 rebounds to lead Idaho to a 67-63 win over San Jose State in the quarterfinals of the WAC Tournament. Krissy Karr helped the Vandals with 17 points, while Stacey Barr tallied 13. Brittany Johnson led San Jose State with a game-high 31 points. Idaho now moves on to the semifinals to face No. 1 Fresno State on Friday.

Basketball-W
WAC
Overall
Idaho
15-1
25-9
Bakersfield
12-4
19-12
Grand Canyon
10-6
21-9
Seattle U
9-7
16-16
Texas-Pan American
8-8
14-16
Kansas City
7-9
11-19
New Mexico State
7-9
11-20
Utah Valley
4-12
7-23
Chicago State
0-16
3-27
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