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WAC Women's Basketball Recaps - March 9
Courtesy: Seattle U

Seeds for the 2013 WAC Tournament have been set following Saturday's regular-season finales. Seattle U, in its first year in the WAC, has won the regular-season title and the top seed in the tournament. The complete bracket can be found here.

Seattle U 55, Idaho 53
Seattle U claimed its first-ever WAC title with a 55-53 win over Idaho at the Connolly Center Saturday. With the win, the Redhawks improve to 18-9 overall and 15-3 in WAC play. The Vandals fall to 14-15 on the season and 11-7 in the WAC.

Seattle U shot 38 percent from the field, 30 percent from three-point range and 55 percent from the free throw line on the game. Idaho connected on 35 percent from the floor, 25 percent from downtown and 50 percent from the line. The Redhawks dominated the boards, 48-34.

Seattle U was led by Sylvia Shephard and Brenda Adhiambo with 13 points each. Kacie Sowell added a double-double of 10 points and 15 boards.

Stacey Barr paced Idaho with 17 points.

UTSA 80, Utah State 72
UTSA defeated Utah State 80-72 at the Convocation Center Saturday to claim the No. 4 seed in the WAC Tournament. With the win, the Roadrunners improve to 16-13 on the season and 10-8 in the WAC. The Aggies fall to 17-12 overall and 14-4 in WAC play.

UTSA shot 44 percent from the field, 35 percent from three-point range and 67 percent from the free throw line. USU connected on 39 percent from the floor, 24 percent from beyond the arc and 79 percent from the charity stripe. UTSA won the rebounding battle, 46-37.

Kamra King paced the Roadrunners wtih 22 points, while Simone Young added 21.

Jenna Johnson led Utah State with 23 points, while Jennifer Schlott added 20.

Louisiana Tech 69, Denver 51
Louisiana Tech claimed the No. 5 seed in the WAC Tournament with a 69-51 win over Denver at the Thomas Assembly Center Saturday. With the win, the Lady Techsters improve to 13-16 overall and 9-9 in the WAC. The Pioneers fall to 13-16 on the year and 8-10 in WAC play.

LA Tech shot a season-high 57 percent from the field, 50 percent from three-point range and 65 percent from the free throw line on the game. DU connected on 43 percent from the floor, 15 percent from beyond the arc and 50 percent from the charity line. The Lady Techsters edged the Pioneers on the boards, 30-28.

Whitney Frazier led all players with 15 points, while Brittany Lewis and Lulu Perry added 12 apiece.

Morgan Van Riper-Rose paced Denver wtih 10 points.

New Mexico State 72, UT Arlington 66
New Mexico State held on to defeat UT Arlington 72-66 at the College Park Center Saturday. With the win, the Aggies move to 14-15 on the season and 7-11 in the WAC. The Mavericks drop to 7-22 on the year and 4-14 in the WAC.

NM State shot 38 percent from the field, 24 percent from three-point range and 74 percent from the free throw line. UTA connected on 33 percent from the floor, 40 percent from downtown and 82 percent from the charity stripe. The Aggies dominated the boards, 50-38.

Stefanie Gilbreath led all players with 25 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Kelsie Rozendaal also posted a double-double with 16 points and a game-high 15 boards.

Laila Suleiman led UTA with 19 points.

Texas State 100, San Jose State 67
Texas State closed out regular-season play with a 100-67 win over San Jose State Saturday. With the win, the Bobcats improve to 10-19 overall and 4-14 in the WAC. The Spartans fall to 11-18 on the season and 8-10 in WAC play.

Texas State shot 55 percent from the field, 48 percent from three-point range and 91 percent from the free throw line on the game. SJSU connected on 39 percent from the floor, 29 percent from downtown and 83 percent from the charity stripe. The Spratans won the rebounding battle, 40-36.

Diamond Ford led all players with 25 points, seven steals and six assists. Ashley Ezeh added 23 points and Ayriel Anderson had 16.

Ta'Rea Cunnigan led SJSU with 16 points, while Riana Byrd finished with 15 points and 17 rebounds.

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WAC
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Bakersfield
0-0
0-0
Chicago State
0-0
0-0
Grand Canyon
0-0
0-0
Missouri-Kansas City
0-0
0-0
New Mexico State
0-0
0-0
Seattle U
0-0
0-0
Texas-Pan American
0-0
0-0
Utah Valley
0-0
0-0
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Chicago State -
Grand Canyon -
UMKC -
New Mexico State -
Seattle U -
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