BakersfieldChicago StateGrand CanyonKansas CityNew Mexico StateSeattle UTexas-Pan AmericanUtah Valley

Championship Game
#3 Idaho 67, #1 Seattle U 64
Idaho defeated top-seeded Seattle U 67-64 in the women's championship game to win its first WAC women's tournament title in school history. In a game that featured five ties and 13 lead changes, a majority of those in the second half, Idaho was able to fend off the Redhawks to the final buzzer. Tournament MVP Stacey Barr recorded 16 points and 11 rebounds for the Vandals. Alyssa Charlston (15), Ali Forde (11) and Connie Ballestero (10) also hit the double figure scoring mark for the Vandals. Seattle U's Kacie Sowell continued to dominate the tournament with yet another double-double, posting 17 points and 15 rebounds.

2013 WAC All-Tournament Team
Devyn Christensen, Utah State
Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U
Kacie Sowell, Seattle U
Alyssa Charlston, Idaho
MVP: Stacey Barr, Idaho

ESPNU Highlights

Final Bracket

#3 Idaho 84, #2 Utah State 82
The University of Idaho in its second straight nail-bitter prevailed over Utah State in the first women's semifinal matchup on Friday, 84-82. Utah State's Devyn Christensen made nine three-point baskets, a new WAC Tournament record, but the Aggies couldn't get a last second shot off, sending the Vandals on to the final round. Five Vandals led by Stacey Barr's 26 points scored in double digits. Ali Forde lent 10 points and a game high 14 rebounds to the Vandals advance.

#1 Seattle U 80, #5 LA Tech 61
Top-seeded Seattle U played its way into a championship matchup with No. 3 Idaho on Friday afternoon with a 80-61 victory over Louisiana Tech. Five Redhawks hit double figures in scoring as the team shot 55.1 percent from the floor. Ashley Ward led the team 14 points and added four assists. Sylvia Shephard put in six buckets for 13 points and recorded six rebounds. LA Tech's Lulu Perry totaled 23 points, leading all scorers.

#3 Idaho 57, #6 San Jose State 55
In buzzer beating fashion the Idaho Vandals move on to the semi-final round of the WAC Tournament. Sophomore guard Krissy Karr need all of the rim to get her last-second layup to fall to defeat San Jose State, 57-55. Karr finished second on the team in scoring with 10 on the afternoon. Stacey Barr led all scorers with 17. San Jose State's Riana Byrd put in 16 points and 17 rebounds, helping her to her 16th career double-double.

#2 Utah State 78, #7 Denver 65
Utah State hit 13 three-pointers and shot 52 percent from beyond the arch to boost the Aggies to a 78-65 win over the University of Denver. Jennifer Schlott led the Aggies with 21 points and added eight assists as four different players scored in double digits. Devyn Christensen and Makenlee Williams both added 16 points for the Aggies. Denver's Kailey Edwards recorded an 18 point effort as the Pioneers season came to a close.

#1 Seattle U 77, #8 New Mexico State 53
In a game that featured four ties and three lead changes, No. 1 seeded Seattle U outlasted the efforts of New Mexico State, advancing to the semifinals on Friday, 77-53. Junior Kacie Sowell finished with 23 points and 11 rebounds, recording her 14th double-double on the season. The Redhawks' Ashley Ward led SU with 24 points, shooting 3-6 from three-point range and Daidra Brown added 16 to propel them into the next round. Stefanie Gilbreath totaled 23 points for the Aggies, the only player to reach double digit numbers.

#5 LA Tech 85, #4 UTSA 58
Louisiana Tech saw scoring from 11 different players on their way to a 85-58 victory over UTSA to close out Wednesday's action. Junior Janay Borum led the way for the Lady Techsters with 15 points, three others scored in double digits to help continue their season for at least one more game. For the Roadrunners, Kamar King led all scorers with her 17 points in UTSA's final game of the season.

First Round
#7 Denver 73, #10 Texas State 63
Denver had four players score in double digits, helping the Pioneers to a 73-63 victory over Texas State at the Orleans Arena on Tuesday afternoon. Denver's Maiya Michel recorded her seventh double-double of the season (10 pts., 15 reb.) and freshman Kailey Ewards added 17 points to boost the Pioneers. Texas State's Diamond Ford led all scorers with 27 points, becoming the Bobcats' single season scoring leader.

#8 NM State 76, #9 UT Arlington 63
New Mexico State was led by redshirt senior Kelsie Rozendaal and her career-high 23 points in the Aggies first round win over UT Arlington, 76-63. Rozendaal also added 17 rebounds, giving her eight double-doubles on the year. Sophomore guard Danesia Williamson added 16 points and five assists. For the Mavs, junior guard Laila Suleiman scored 18 points and recorded seven rebounds.

2013 WAC Women's Basketball Tournament
Orleans Arena - Las Vegas, Nev.
March 12-16, 2013
Tuesday, March 12 (Opening Round)
Game 1-#7 Denver 73, #10 Texas State 63
Post-Game Video: Texas State | Denver
Live Stats Final Box Recap Photos
Game 2- #8 NM State 76, #9 UTA 63
Post-Game Video: UTA | NM State
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Wednesday, March 13 (Quarterfinals)
Game 3-#3 Idaho 57, #6 San Jose State 55
Post-Game Video: San Jose State | Idaho
Live Stats Final Box Recap Photos
Game 4-#2 Utah State 78, #7 Denver 65
Post-Game Video: Denver | Utah State
Live Stats Final Box Recap Photos
Game 5- #1 Seattle U 77, #8 NM State 53
Post-Game Video: NM State | Seattle U 
Live Stats Final Box Recap Photos
Game 6-#5 LA Tech 85, #4 UTSA 58
Post-Game Video: LA Tech | UTSA
Live Stats Final Box Recap Photos
Friday, March 15 (Semifinals)
Game 7-#3 Idaho 84, #2 Utah State 82
Post-Game Video: Utah StateIdaho
Live Stats Final Box Recap Photos
Game 8-#1 Seattle U 80, #5 LA Tech 61
Post-Game Video: Seattle U | LA Tech
Live Stats Final Box Recap Photos
Saturday, March 16 (Championship)
Game 9-#3 Idaho 67, #1 Seattle U 64
Post-Game Video: SU | Idaho | Awards
Live Stats ESPNU Final Box Recap Photos
New Mexico State
Texas-Pan American
Grand Canyon
Seattle U
Utah Valley
Chicago State
CSU Bakersfield -
Chicago State -
Grand Canyon -
New Mexico State -
Seattle U -
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