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NCAA.com | March 13, 2016

Complete 2016 conference tournament schedule

Below is the complete schedule for the 2016 Division I women’s basketball conference tournament championships.

Check back throughout championship week to see which teams earn automatic bids to the NCAA women's basketball tournament.

Conference Dates Locations Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion
America East March 5-6 & 11 Binghamton (3/5-3/6), Highest remaining seed (3/11) Albany/Maine Albany
AAC March 4-7 Uncasville, Conn. UConn UConn
ACC March 2-6 Greensboro, N.C. Notre Dame Notre Dame
Atlantic Sun March 4, 9 & 13 Highest remaining seed Florida Gulf Coast Jacksonville
Atlantic 10 March 2-6 Richmond, Va. George Washington/Saint Louis/Duquesne George Washington
Big East March 5-8 Rosemont, Ill. DePaul St. John's
Big Sky March 7-12 Reno, Nev. Montana State Idaho
Big South March 10-13 Asheville, N.C. UNC Asheville/Liberty UNC Asheville
Big Ten March 2-6 Indianapolis,  Ind. Maryland Maryland
Big 12 March 4-7 Oklahoma City, Okla. Baylor Baylor
Big West March 8-9, 11-12 Irvine, Calif. (3/8-3/9), Anaheim (3/11-3/12) UC RIverside Hawaii
Colonial March 9-12 Upper Marlboro, Md. James Madison James Madison
Conference USA March 8-12 Birmingham, Ala. UTEP Middle Tennessee St.
Horizon League March 10-13 Green Bay, Wisc. Green Bay Green Bay
Ivy League No conference tournament n/a Penn n/a
MAC March 9-12 Cleveland, Ohio Central Michigan/Ohio Buffalo
MAAC March 3-7 Albany, N.Y. Quinnipiac Iona
Mid-Eastern March 7-12 Norfolk, Va. Bethune Cookman/NC A&T N.C. A&T
Missouri Valley March 10-13 Moline, Ill.   Missouri State
Mountain West March 7-11 Las Vegas, Nev. Colorado State Colorado State
Northeast March 6, 9 & 13 Highest remaining seed Sacred Heart Robert Morris
Ohio Valley March 2-5 Nashville, Tenn. UT Martin Belmont
Pac-12 March 3-6 Seattle, Wash. Oregon State/Arizona State Oregon State
Patriot March 5, 7, 11 & 12 Highest remaining seed Army West Point/Bucknell Army West Point
SEC March 2-6 Jacksonville, Fla. South Carolina South Carolina
Southern March 3-6 Asheville, N.C. Mercer/Chattanooga Chattanooga
Southland March 9-13 Katy, Texas   Central Arkansas
Southwestern March 8-12 Houston, Texas   Alabama State
Summit March 5-8 Sioux Falls, S.D. South Dakota South Dakota State
Sun Belt March 9-12 New Orleans, La. Arkansas State Troy
West Coast March 3, 4, 7 & 8 Las Vegas, Nev. BYU San Francisco
WAC March 9-12 Las Vegas, Nev. New Mexico State New Mexico State

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