AMERICA EAST CHAMPIONSHIP
ALBANY 61, HARTFORD 52
In Albany, N.Y., Megan Craig had 16 points, and top-seeded Albany (27-3) rallied to earn its second consecutive conference title
and NCAA Tournament berth.
ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIP
ST. JOSEPH’S 47, FORDHAM 46
In New York, Natasha Cloud scored 15 points to help Saint Joseph’s win the conference title, earning the Hawks (23-8) their first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2000.
BIG SKY CHAMPIONSHIP
MONTANA 56, NORTHERN COLORADO 43
In Missoula, Mont., Kenzie De Boer scored 19 points, and Montana (24-7) punched its ticket to the NCAA Tournament by routing Northern Colorado (20-12).
BIG WEST CHAMPIONSHIP
CAL POLY 63, PACIFIC 49
In Anaheim, Calif., Ariana Elegado scored a game-high 22 points, and Cal Poly (21-10) won the conference championship to earn its first NCAA Tournament berth.
TULSA 75, CENTRAL FLORIDA 66
In Tulsa, Okla., Taleya Mayberry scored a game-high 25 points as Tulsa (17-16) won the conference tournament and earned its first NCAA Tournament berth since 2006.
HAMPTON 59, HOWARD 38
In Norfolk, Va., Olivia Allen scored 16 points and Hampton (28-5) capped an unbeaten conference season with a tournament title and NCAA Tournament berth.
CENTRAL MICHIGAN 86, AKRON 68
In Cleveland, Crystal Bradford scored 13 points with 10 rebounds and Central Michigan (21-11) earned its first conference title and NCAA Tournament berth since 1984.
PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
NAVY 72, HOLY CROSS 53
In Annapolis, Md., Kara Pollinger tied a career high with 24 points, and Navy (21-11) won its third consecutive conference title.
ORAL ROBERTS 72, SAM HOUSTON STATE 66
In Katy, Texas, Kevi Luper scored 26 points and Oral Roberts (18-12) won the Southland title to secure its first NCAA Tournament berth in five years.
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 100, MISSISSIPPI VALLEY 87 (4OT)
In Garland, Texas, Kiara Etienne scored 31 points, and Prairie View A&M (17-14) earned its third consecutive tournament title and NCAA Tournament berth.
IDAHO 67, SEATTLE 64
In Las Vegas, Stacey Barr had 16 points to lead Idaho (17-15) to an upset of top-seeded Seattle in the conference championship game, securing its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 1985.