Lone Star Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

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Lone Star Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
Conference Basketball Championship
SportBasketball
ConferenceLone Star Conference
Number of teams8
FormatSingle-elimination tournament
Played1975–present
Current championWest Texas A&M (8th)
Most championshipsWest Texas A&M (8)
Official websiteLone Star men's basketball
Host locations
Frisco, TX (2018–present)
Allen, TX (2012–2017)
Campus Sites (1975–2011)

The Lone Star Conference Men's Basketball Tournament is the annual conference basketball championship tournament for the Lone Star Conference. The tournament has been held annually since 1981, it is a single-elimination tournament and seeding is based on regular season records.[1]

The winner, declared conference champion, receives the Lone Star Conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Championship.

Results[edit]

Year Champions Score Runner-Up Venue
1975 Sam Houston State 83–74 Howard Payne Brownwood, TX
1976 Howard Payne 74–68 Angelo State Brownwood, TX
1977 East Texas State 77–66 Howard Payne Brownwood, TX
1978 East Texas State 76–71 Howard Payne Brownwood, TX
1979 Southwest Texas State 70–69 East Texas State Huntsville, TX
1980 Southwest Texas State 70–61 Texas A&I Huntsville, TX
1981 Sam Houston State 89–76 Howard Payne Huntsville, TX
1982 Sam Houston State 53–50 Stephen F. Austin Huntsville, TX
1983 Stephen F. Austin 68–56 Sam Houston State Nacogdoches, TX
1984 Angelo State 83–80 East Texas State Commerce, TX
1985 Abilene Christian 99–81 Angelo State Abilene, TX
1986 Abilene Christian 74–65 Texas A&I Abilene, TX
1987 Abilene Christian 78–69 West Texas State Abilene, TX
1988 Angelo State 94–73 West Texas State San Angelo, TX
1989 Angelo State 84–66 Texas A&I San Angelo, TX
1990 West Texas State 91–70 East Texas State Commerce, TX
1991 West Texas State 83–70 Central State (OK) Amarillo, TX
1992 Texas A&I 98–97 Central Oklahoma Abilene, TX
1993 Eastern New Mexico 76–68 Texas A&M–Kingsville Abilene, TX
1994 West Texas A&M 85–79 Abilene Christian Canyon, TX
1995 Central Oklahoma 96–93 Texas A&M–Kingsville Edmond, OK
1996 Texas A&M–Kingsville 112–95 Central Oklahoma Commerce, TX
1997 Central Oklahoma 89–85 Texas A&M–Commerce Edmond, OK
1998 Central Oklahoma 123–101 West Texas A&M Edmond, OK
1999 Midwestern State 78–62 Tarleton State Wichita Falls, TX
2000 Midwestern State 93–83 West Texas A&M Tahlequah, OK
2001 West Texas A&M 75–73OT Angelo State San Angelo, TX
2002 Northeastern State (OK) 66–50 Tarleton State Tahlequah, OK
2003 West Texas A&M 69–61 Tarleton State Portales, NM
2004 Tarleton State 69–66 Northeastern State Stephenville, TX
2005 Texas A&M–Commerce 77–62 West Texas A&M Commerce, TX
2006 West Texas A&M 99–85 Tarleton State Durant, OK
2007 Midwestern State 89–80 Southeastern Oklahoma State Wichita Falls, TX
2008 Central Oklahoma 72–70 Texas A&M–Commerce Bartlesville, OK
2009 Midwestern State 66–60 Southwestern Oklahoma State Bartlesville, OK
2010 Midwestern State 65–55 Tarleton State Bartlesville, OK
2011 Central Oklahoma 68–52 Tarleton State Bartlesville, OK
2012 Midwestern State 57–51 Tarleton State Allen, TX
2013 Tarleton State 53–50 Midwestern State Allen, TX
2014 Tarleton State 71–65 Midwestern State Allen, TX
2015 Texas A&M–Commerce 68–61 Angelo State Allen, TX
2016 Midwestern State 88–72 Angelo State Allen, TX
2017 Texas–Permian Basin 93–85 Angelo State Allen, TX
2018 West Texas A&M 80–76 Texas–Permian Basin Frisco, TX
2019 West Texas A&M 57-55 Texas A&M-Commerce Frisco, TX

Championship records[edit]

School School Finals
Record
Finals
Appearances
Years
West Texas A&M
(West Texas State)
8–5 13 1990, 1991, 1994, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2018, 2019
Midwestern State 7–2 9 1999, 2000, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2016
Central Oklahoma
(Central State)
5–3 8 1995, 1997, 1998, 2008, 2011
Texas A&M–Commerce
(East Texas State)
4–6 10 1977, 1978, 2005, 2015
Tarleton State 3–7 10 2004, 2013, 2014
Angelo State 3–6 9 1984, 1988, 1989
Abilene Christian 3–1 4 1985, 1986, 1987
Sam Houston State 3–1 4 1975, 1981, 1982
Texas A&M–Kingsville
(Texas A&I)
2–5 7 1992, 1996
Southwest Texas State
(Texas State)
2–0 2 1979, 1980
Howard Payne 1–5 6 1976
Texas–Permian Basin 1–1 2 2017
Northeastern State (OK) 1–1 2 2002
Stephen F. Austin 1–1 2 1983
Eastern New Mexico 1–0 1 1993
Southeastern Oklahoma State 0–1 1
Southwestern Oklahoma State 0–1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "LSC Men's Basketball Tournament History" (PDF). Year-by-year records. Lone Star Conference. 2017. Retrieved April 12, 2017.