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Southeastern Louisiana women's basketball

One day after the men’s conference tournament begins, the women’s Southland conference basketball tournament will commence with the first two games on Monday.

Southeastern Louisiana is the most recent conference champion of the Southland conference. They earned their ticket to the NCAA tournament, where they lost, 95-43, to Caitlin Clark’s Iowa Hawkeyes.

The 2023 conference win marked the first for Southeastern Louisiana. Northwestern State owns the most conference championships of the active teams with three wins; they haven’t won since 2015, however. 

This season, Lamar enters the tournament with the top seed. They finished with a near perfect conference record, stamping in 17-1.

They lost to Texas A&M-Comm back in January, 73-70, to earn their first and only conference loss. Lamar enters the tournament with a 13-game win streak. 

Lamar won their first and only Southland conference championship back in 2010. With a win, they would join Northwestern State and McNeese as the only active members with more than one conference win. 

They’re led by Akasha Davis, who’s posting 15.4 points and 10.9 rebounds (12th in the country) per game. She’s shooting 60.8% from the field this season, the 12th-best clip in the country. 

Who will come out on top of the women’s Southland conference?

Here is everything you need to know about the Southland women’s basketball tournament, including television and streaming options. 

The full seeding, bracket and team records for the 2024 Southland Tournament are below.

Seed Team Record (Southland)
1 Lamar 23-5 (17-1)
2 Texas A&M-CC 21-8 (14-4)
3 Southeast Louisiana 18-11 (14-4)
4 Incarnate Word 19-10 (12-6)
5 Texas A&M-Comm 13-15 (8-10)
6 New Orleans 11-18 (8-10)
7 Nicholls 13-17 (7-11)
8 Northwestern State 11-18 (7-11)
9 McNeese 6-25 (2-16)
10 Houston Christian 6-23 (1-17)

Southland women’s basketball tournament schedule 2024

  • Dates: March 11-14
  • Location: Legacy Center, Lake Charles, La.

The Southland basketball tournament will be played from Monday March 11, to Thursday, March 14. The tournament will be held at the Legacy Center in Lake Charles, La.

Monday, March 11

Game Matchup Time (CT) Live Stream
1 No. 5 Texas A&M-Comm 65, No. 8 Northwestern State 57 11 a.m. ESPN+
2 No. 7 Nicholls 73, No. 6 New Orleans 66 1:30 p.m. ESPN+

Tuesday, March 12

Game Matchup Time (CT) Live Stream
3 No. 5 Texas A&M-Comm vs. No. 4 Incarnate Word 11 a.m. ESPN+
4 No. 7 Nicholls vs. No. 3 Southeastern LA 1:30 p.m. ESPN+

Wednesday, March 13

Game Matchup Time (CT) Live Stream
5 Winner of Game 3 vs. No. 1 Lamar 11 a.m. ESPN+
6 Winner of Game 4 vs. No. 2 Texas A&M-CC 1:30 p.m. ESPN+

Thursday, March 14

Game Matchup Time (CT) Live Stream
7 Southland Championship 4 p.m. Sling

How to watch the Southland tournament live

  • TV channel: ESPNU (championship game)
  • Live stream: ESPN+ | Sling (championship game)

The first round, second round, quarterfinals and semifinals of the Southland women’s basketball tournament can be streamed on ESPN+. The championship game will air on ESPNU, and it can also be streamed on Sling.

Sling is the home for the avid sports fans offering a range of sports channels so you can always cheer for your favorite teams with channels like ESPN, TBS, TNT, NFL Network, FS1 and more.


Southland women’s tournament tickets 2024

Tickets for games at the Southland women’s basketball tournament are still available on StubHub. You can check out seating charts for games by clicking on the link below.

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Ryan Taylor is a Chicagoland native and currently resides in Lincoln Park, just north of the city. He graduated from DePaul University in 2022 with a bachelor’s in journalism. He also ran cross country and track at the Division-1 level in the Big East conference. Ryan is an avid Chicago sports fan, with a staunch bias for the White Sox (sadly) over the Cubs. If not writing, he’s probably lifting, playing basketball, or debating whether or not the Bears should keep Justin Fields.

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