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Sun Belt Men's Basketball Tournament Conference Basketball Championship Sport College basketball Conference Sun Belt Conference Number of teams 13 Format Single-elimination tournament Current stadium Summit Arena Current location Hot Springs, Arkansas Played 1977–present Last contest 2011 Sun Belt Tournament Current champion Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans Most championships Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (6) TV partner(s) ESPN2 Official website SunBeltSports.org Men's Basketball The Sun Belt Men's Basketball Tournament has been played every year since the formation of the Sun Belt conference for the 1976–1977 academic year. The winner of the tournament is guaranteed an automatic berth into the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship. The Sun Belt has a storied basketball history, sending multiple teams into the NCAA tournament in the 1980s and 1990s (most recently 1994), and then again in 2008 when both regular season champion South Alabama, and tournament winner Western Kentucky received bids. Charlotte reached the Final Four in 1977, and future Sun Belt member Western Kentucky reached the Final Four in 1971. Overall, past and present Sun Belt schools have posted 21 wins in the NCAA Tournament, during the time they called the Sun Belt home. Contents 1 Basketball Champions By Year 2 Performance By School 3 Television 4 See also 5 References Basketball Champions By Year Season Tournament Champion Score Runner-Up MVP Game Site 1977 UNC Charlotte 71–70 New Orleans Cedric Maxwell, UNC Charlotte First round at campus sites; rest at Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina 1978 New Orleans 22–20 South Alabama Nate Mills, New Orleans First round at campus sites; rest at Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina 1979 Jacksonville 68–54 South Florida James Ray, Jacksonville First round at campus sites; rest at Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina 1980 VCU 105–88 UAB Edmund Sherod, VCU First round at campus sites; rest at Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina 1981 VCU 62–61 (OT) UAB Kenny Stancil, VCU Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum; Jacksonville, FL 1982 UAB 94–83 VCU Oliver Robinson, UAB Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex; Birmingham, AL 1983 UAB 64–47 South Florida Cliff Pruitt, UAB Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex; Birmingham, AL 1984 UAB 62–60 Old Dominion McKinley Singleton, UAB Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex; Birmingham, AL 1985 VCU 87–82 Old Dominion Mike Schlegel, VCU Hampton Coliseum; Hampton, VA 1986 Jacksonville 70–69 UAB Otis Smith, Jacksonville Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex; Birmingham, AL 1987 UAB 72–60 Western Kentucky Tracy Foster, UAB E. A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, KY 1988 UNC Charlotte 81–79 VCU Byron Dinkins, UNC Charlotte Richmond Coliseum; Richmond, VA 1989 South Alabama 105–59 Jacksonville Jeff Hodge, South Alabama Charlotte Coliseum; Charlotte, North Carolina 1990 South Florida 81–74 UNC Charlotte Radenko Dobras, South Florida Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex; Birmingham, AL 1991 South Alabama 86–81 Old Dominion Chris Gatling, Old Dominion Mobile Civic Center; Mobile, AL 1992 Southwestern Louisiana 75–71 Louisiana Tech Todd Hill, Southwestern Louisiana Mississippi Coast Coliseum; Biloxi, MS 1993 Western Kentucky 72–63 New Orleans Darnell Mee, Western Kentucky Mississippi Coast Coliseum; Biloxi, MS 1994 Southwestern Louisiana 78–72 Western Kentucky Michael Allen, Southwestern Louisiana E. A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, KY 1995 Western Kentucky 82–79 UALR Chris Robinson, Western Kentucky Barton Coliseum; Little Rock, AR 1996 New Orleans 57–56 UALR Lewis Sims, New Orleans Barton Coliseum; Little Rock, AR 1997 South Alabama 44–43 Louisiana Tech Rusty Yoder, South Alabama Barton Coliseum; Little Rock, AR 1998 South Alabama 62–59 Southwestern Louisiana Toby Madison, South Alabama Cajundome; Lafayette, LA 1999 Arkansas State 65–48 Western Kentucky Chico Fletcher, Arkansas State Cajundome; Lafayette, LA 2000 Louisiana-Lafayette 51–50 South Alabama Virgil Stanescu, South Alabama Alltel Arena; Little Rock, AR 2001 Western Kentucky 64–54 South Alabama Chris Marcus, Western Kentucky Mitchell Center; Mobile, AL 2002 Western Kentucky 76–70 Louisiana–Lafayette Derek Robinson, Western Kentucky Lakefront Arena; New Orleans, LA 2003 Western Kentucky 64–52 Middle Tennessee Patrick Sparks, Western Kentucky E. A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, KY 2004 Louisiana-Lafayette 67–58 New Orleans Bo McCalebb, New Orleans E. A. Diddle Arena; Bowling Green, KY 2005 Louisiana-Lafayette 88–69 Denver Tiras Wade, Louisiana-Lafayette UNT Coliseum; Denton, TX 2006 South Alabama 95–70 Western Kentucky Chey Christie, South Alabama Murphy Center, Murfreesboro, TN 2007 North Texas 83–75 Arkansas State Calvin Watson, North Texas First round at campus sites; rest at Cajundome; Lafayette, LA 2008 Western Kentucky 67–57 Middle Tennessee Jeremy Evans, Western Kentucky First round at campus sites; rest at Mitchell Center; Mobile, AL 2009 Western Kentucky 64–55 South Alabama A. J. Slaughter, Western Kentucky Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Arkansas 2010 North Texas 66–63 Troy Eric Tramiel, North Texas Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Arkansas 2011 Arkansas-Little Rock 64–63 North Texas Solomon Bozeman, Arkansas-LR Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Arkansas 2012 Summit Arena; Hot Springs, Arkansas Note: 'Southwestern Louisiana' became the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, in 1999. Performance By School Member Winners Winning Years Western Kentucky 7 1993, 1995, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2008, 2009 South Alabama 5 1989, 1991, 1997, 1998, 2006 UL-Lafayette 5 1992, 1994, 2000, 2004, 2005 UAB 4 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987 VCU 3 1980, 1981, 1985 UNO 2 1978, 1996 Charlotte 2 1977, 1988 Jacksonville 2 1979, 1986 North Texas 2 2007, 2010 Arkansas State 1 1999 South Florida 1 1990 Arkansas-Little Rock 1 2011 TOTAL 35 Teams in bold represent current conference members Television Main article: Sun Belt Conference Tournament Finals broadcasters See also Sun Belt Women's Basketball Tournament References v · d · eSun Belt Men's Basketball Tournaments 1970s 1977, 1978, 1979 1980s 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 1990s 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 2000s 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2010s 2010, 2011 v · d · eNCAA Division I men's basketball conference tournaments ACC • America East • Atlantic 10 • Atlantic Sun • Big 12 • Big East • Big Sky • Big South • Big Ten • Big West • CAA • Conference USA • Great West • Horizon • MAAC • MEAC • Mid-American • Missouri Valley • Mountain West • Northeast Conference • Ohio Valley • Pac-10 • Patriot • SEC • Southern • Southland • SWAC • Sun Belt • The Summit League • WAC • West Coast