2017 NCAA Division II

Women's Basketball

South Central Region Tournament

Tournament Central

Date Home Score Away Score Time Links
 
March
Mar. 10, 2017 UC-Colorado Springs 89 Eastern New Mexico % 73 Final
  Session I - NCAA South Central Region Quarterfinals @ Pueblo, Colo. (Massari Arena)
  Angelo State (TX) 79 St. Edward's (Texas) % 60 Final
  Session I - NCAA South Central Region Quarterfinals @ Pueblo, Colo. (Massari Arena)
  CSU-Pueblo 68 Tarleton St. (TX) % 59 Final
  Session II - NCAA South Central Region Quarterfinals
  West Texas A&M 75 Regis % 67 Final
  Session II - NCAA South Central Region Quarterfinals @ Pueblo, Colo. (Massari Arena)
Mar. 11, 2017 Angelo State (TX) 86 UC-Colorado Springs 81 Final
  Session III - NCAA South Central Region Semifinal @ Massari Arena
  CSU-Pueblo 67 West Texas A&M % 70 Final - OT
  Session III - NCAA South Central Region Semifinal
Mar. 13, 2017 Angelo State (TX) 64 West Texas A&M % 86 Final
  Session IV - NCAA South Central Region Championship
% Post season

Participants

No. 1 CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves

No. 2 Angelo State Belles

No. 3 UCCS Mountain Lions

No. 4 West Texas A&M Lady Buffs

No. 5 Regis Rangers

No. 6 Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds

No. 7 St. Edwards Hilltoppers

No. 8 Tarleton State Texanns

Location

CSU-Pueblo

Founded in 1933 as Southern Colorado Junior College, the campus has adapted its name and academic programs to meet the needs of a changing student demographic. With an enrollment of nearly 4,500 students, Colorado State University-Pueblo is a fully accredited, regional comprehensive state university that provides social, educational, and cultural opportunities to its constituents.

Pueblo, Colo.

The City of Pueblo has a long and colorful history dating back to 1842, when it was called Fort Pueblo. What brought our city from a small fort in southern Colorado to the backbone of Colorado were the ore mines. This area once housed 4 separate towns, which are Pueblo, South Pueblo, Central Pueblo, and Bessemer. These 4 towns together now make up the City of Pueblo. The City of Pueblo is also known as "America's Home of Heroes," as was proclaimed by the United States Congress in 1993. Pueblo hosts National Medal of Honor Day and has had as many as 4 living Medal of Honor recipients living in our community.

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