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Thursday, March 13 (Men's Quarterfinals)
Game 1: #1 Utah Valley 83, #8 Texas-Pan American 63
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Game 2: #5 Idaho 73, #4 Kansas City 70
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Game 3: #6 Bakersfield 68, #3 Chicago State 62
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Game 4: #2 New Mexico State 70, #7 Seattle 68
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Friday, March 14 (Men's Semifinals)
Game 5: #5 Idaho74, #1 Utah Valley 69
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Game 6: #2 New Mexico State 69, #6 Bakersfield 63
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Saturday, March 15 (Men's Championship)
Game 7: #2 New Mexico State 77,  #5 Idaho 55
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Photos by Kin Lui

No. 2 New Mexico State 77, No. 5 Idaho 55
New Mexico State three-peated as WAC Champion with a 77-55 victory over Idaho in the championship game of the 2014 WAC Basketball Tournament, earning the WAC's auto-bid to the NCAA Tournament. Four Aggies scored in double-figures, led by Daniel Mullings, who scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Tournament MVP Sim Bhullar scored 14 points and had nine rebounds. Stephen Madison led the Vandals with 17 points and joined Mullings on the all-tournament team.

All-Tournament Team
Issiah Grayson, Bakersfield
Holton Hunsaker, Utah Valley
Stephen Madison, Idaho
Daniel Mullings, New Mexico State
MVP: Sim Bhullar, New Mexico State

No. 2 New Mexico State 69, No. 6 Bakersfield 63
The Aggies outscored the Roadrunners 43-28 in the second half and went on to win 69-63 to advance to their third consecutive WAC Tournament title game. Daniel Mullings led New Mexico State with 21 points, while DK Eldridge added 17. Bakersfield's Issiah Grayson scored a game-high 33 points in the loss.

No. 5 Idaho 74, No. 1 Utah Valley 69
Fifth-seeded Idaho knocked off No. 1 seed Utah Valley 74-69 in the first men's semifinal game Friday to advance to its first-ever WAC Tournament title game. WAC Player of the Year Stephen Madison led all players with 25 points. Utah Valley was led by Mitch Bruneel with 18 points on 70 percent shooting.

No. 2 New Mexico State 70, No. 7 Seattle U 68
After trailing at halftime, the Aggies edged Seattle U 70-68 to advance to the semifinals Friday. Sim Bhullar finished with 24 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks for his eighth double-double of the year. Isiah Umipig led the Redhawks with 25 points, including all five of Seattle U's three-pointers.

No. 6 Bakersfield 68, No. 3 Chicago State 62
In a game that saw seven ties and 12 lead changes, Bakersfield defeated Chicago State 68-62. Issiah Grayson paced the Roadrunners with 29 points, including 14-15 from the free throw line. Aly Ahmed added his third double-double of the season with 15 points and 12 rebounds. The Cougars were led by Nate Duhon with 19 points and eight rebounds.

No. 5 Idaho 73, No. 4 Kansas City 70
Behind a 26-point, 17 rebound performance from Stephen Madison and 27 points as a team from the free throw line, Idaho held on to defeat Kansas City 73-70. Madison was a perfect 11-11 from the line and Sekou Wiggs added 18 points off the bench (making 10-16 free throws) as the Vandals moved on to face No. 1 Utah Valley in the semifinals tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. PT. WAC Freshman of the yeaer Martez Harrison scored 18 to lead the 'Roos.

No. 1 Utah Valley 83, No. 8 Texas-Pan American 65
Holton Hunsaker scored 17 of his team-leading 24 points in the first half as Utah Valley ran away from Texas-Pan American for an 83-63 win, advancing to the men's semifinals. Mitch Bruneel was perfect on all eight of his field goals and added 18 points, as the Wolverines shot 70.5 percent on field goals and were perfect on 11 free throws, both WAC records. UTPA cut a 28-point deficit down to just 12 with 8:25 remaining in the game, but never got closer. Shaquille Boga led the Broncs with 21 points.

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