Women’s Basketball Conference Tournaments

Some of the best women’s basketball has started to be played with the start of conference tournaments.

South Carolina punched their ticket to the SEC conference tournament championship game with a buzzer beater 3 over Tennessee. 

UT Martin was the first team to punch their ticket to the NCAA tournament by winning their conference tournament championship. 

Ohio Valley, Atlantic 10, ACC, Big South, Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC were the first 7 conferences to start their tournaments last week. 

With each loss in the tournaments, a college team’s season comes to an end. 

Some will get the opportunity to still play in the NCAA after a conference loss. However, most are finished for the season.

College Conference Tournaments

This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about Division 1 Women’s Basketball College Conferences and their teams. 

You can access a list of all 32 conference tournaments by dates and access the tournament brackets at https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/sports/ncaab/ncaa-basketball-conference-tournament-schedules-sites-brackets/3236110/

This list will help you get a visual of the teams in each conference.

Your Goals

If your regular basketball season has come to an end, it’s time to reflect on the goals you set before the season started. 

You increase your chances of playing basketball on the college level by continuing to grow as a player. 

Setting goals. Reviewing your goals. Then updating your goals helps you grow.


Think about the goals that you set for the regular basketball season.

  1. On a sheet of paper, write out the following 3 questions

What did I do well?

What did I struggle with? 

What do I want to do better at?

Write your answers next to the questions.

  1. Write down your goals for travel basketball season.

JUCO Schools still Looking for 24s

Here is a list of Junior Colleges still looking for High Character, Hard Working players to add to their programs:

East Mississippi Community College (Scooba, MS)
Needed Positions: 6’1+ Post Player
Contact: HC Isaiah Butler at ibutler@eastms.edu or 601-421-0139

Frank Phillips College (Borger, TX)
Needed Positions: Athletic Guards and Bigs
Contact: HC Gerald Ewing at gewing@fpctx.edu or 708-296-3700

Georgia Highlands College (Rome, GA)
Needed Positions: 2 DAWG Mentality players that’s coachable, accountable, hungry and willing to trust the process
Contact: HC Brianna Brooks at bbrooks@highlands.edu or @brebrooks12 

Northwest Kansas Technical College (Goodland, KS)
Needed Positions: Point Guards
Contact: HC Reshad Baker at Reshad.Baker@nwktc.edu or @letstalkbb1  

Southwest TN CC (Memphis, TN)
Needed Positions: All 
Contact: HC Andrea Martre at amartre@southwest.tn.edu or 901-333-5146

Tyler Junior College (Tyler, TX)
Needed Positions: High IQ PG, Thin Athletic Post/Forward Scoring Slasher. DAWGS!
Contact: HC Trenia Hoard at ttil@tjc.edu to send film or 903-510-2316

Walters State Community College (Morristown, TN) 
Needed Positions: PG leader, Shooters (Makers) , Coachable -Defender must be able score the ball.
Contact: HC Jasmin Coleman at  Jasmin.coleman@ws.edu843-543-3149 cell

“To be in the Top 10% you need to be willing to do what the 99% won’t.” 

-Allistair McCaw

College Basketball Academy Updates

Website: https://thecbbacademy.com/index.aspx 

To participate in the College Basketball Academy Individual Pathway, rising juniors and seniors

1) Must be registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Register for your Free Profile Page Account at https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3/ 

2) Must Self-Nominate. Self nomination ends May 24, 2024. NOW OPEN!!

Visit https://thecbbacademy.com/sports/2023/9/13/nomination-and-selection-process.aspx for self-nomination details.

Save The Dates 

Evaluation Period April 19-21 

Division 1 college coaches are allowed to evaluate Travel Teams 

Recruiting Shut Down May 6-12 

Division 1 college coaches cannot have any contact with players 

Evaluation Period May 17-19 

Division 1 college coaches are allowed to evaluate Travel Teams 

Scholastic Evaluation Period June 13-15 

Division 1 college coaches are allowed to evaluate High School Teams 

Evaluation Period July 12-15

Division 1 college coaches are allowed to evaluate Travel Teams 

Evaluation Period July 19-22

Division 1 college coaches are allowed to evaluate Travel Teams 

Evaluation Period July 26-29

Division 1 college coaches are allowed to evaluate Travel Teams and Individual players at the NCAA College Basketball Academy only

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