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C-USA Men's Basketball Tournament
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Sport Basketball
Conference Conference USA
Number of teams 12
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium Don Haskins Center in 2011
Current location El Paso, Texas in 2011
Played 1996-present
Last contest 2010
Current champion Houston Cougars
Most championships Cincinnati Bearcats & Memphis Tigers (4)
Official website ConferenceUSA.CSTV.com Men's Basketball

The Conference USA Men's Basketball Tournament is held annually following the end of the regular season of NCAA Division I Men's Basketball.

After the conference realignment, the tournament was held at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee, for five seasons. The tournament will be held in El Paso, Texas, at the Don Haskins Center in 2011 [1].

Tournament Results[]

Year Champion Runner-up Most Valuable Player Site
1996 Cincinnati Marquette Danny Fortson, Cincinnati The Pyramid; Memphis, Tennessee
1997 Marquette Charlotte Aaron Hutchins, Marquette Kiel Center; St. Louis, Missouri
1998 Cincinnati Charlotte Kenyon Martin, Cincinnati Myrl Shoemaker Center; Cincinnati, Ohio
1999 Charlotte Louisville Galen Young, Charlotte Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex Arena; Birmingham, Alabama
2000 Saint Louis DePaul Justin Love, Saint Louis The Pyramid; Memphis, Tennessee
2001 Charlotte Cincinnati Rodney White, Charlotte Freedom Hall; Louisville, Kentucky
2002 Cincinnati Marquette Steve Logan, Cincinnati Firstar Center; Cincinnati, Ohio
2003 Louisville UAB Luke Whitehead, Louisville Freedom Hall; Louisville, Kentucky
2004 Cincinnati DePaul Tony Bobbitt, Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena; Cincinnati, Ohio
2005 Louisville Memphis Taquan Dean, Louisville FedExForum; Memphis, Tennessee
2006 Memphis UAB Shawne Williams, Memphis FedExForum; Memphis, Tennessee
2007 Memphis Houston Chris Douglas-Roberts, Memphis FedExForum; Memphis, Tennessee
2008 Memphis* Tulsa Antonio Anderson, Memphis FedExForum; Memphis, Tennessee
2009 Memphis Tulsa Tyreke Evans, Memphis FedExForum; Memphis, Tennessee
2010 Houston UTEP Kelvin Lewis, Houston BOK Center; Tulsa, Oklahoma
2011 Don Haskins Center; El Paso, Texas
  • NCAA ruled that Memphis vacate wins from the 2007-2008 season.

Performance By School[]

Member Winners Winning Years
¹Cincinnati
4
1996, 1998, 2002, 2004
Memphis
4
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
¹Louisville
2
2003, 2005
¹Charlotte
2
1999, 2001
¹St. Louis
1
2000
¹Marquette
1
1997
Houston
1
2010
TOTAL
14

¹no longer a conference member

Television coverage[]

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See also[]

References[]

Conference USA Men's Basketball statistics from 1996-2004

Men's Conference Basketball Tournaments

NCAA Division I men's basketball conference tournaments

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