2015 Atlantic Sun Women's Basketball Tournament
The 2015 Atlantic Sun Women's Basketball Tournament was the 29th edition of the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship. It took place from March 6, 2015 through March 15, 2015 in several arenas. All games took place at the higher-seeded of the two teams competing.
|2015 Atlantic Sun Women's Basketball Tournament|
|Finals site||Alico Arena|
Fort Myers, Florida
|Champions||Florida Gulf Coast (3rd title)|
|Winning coach||Karl Smesko (3rd title)|
|MVP||Whitney Knight (Florida Gulf Coast)|
Atlantic Sun Women's Basketball Tournaments
|2014–15 Atlantic Sun women's basketball standings|
|#20 Florida Gulf Coast†||14||–||0||1.000||31||–||3||.912|
|† 2015 Atlantic Sun Tournament winner |
As of March 23, 2015; Rankings from AP Poll
*Ineligible for postseason play due to Div. I transition
On July 22. 2014 The A-Sun announced Northern Kentucky will be eligible for all conference postseason championships for which their teams qualify starting with the upcoming 2014-15 academic year, as part of their transition to Division I from Division II, The Norse must still complete the four-year reclassification period before becoming eligible for NCAA Championships. The change in A-Sun policy arose after NCAA clarification that a conference may set specific criteria allowing its highest ranked finisher to be the AQ recipient if a non-eligible team were to participate and win the conference postseason tournament. Prior policy had determined that the conference would lose its AQ if an ineligible team won the tournament.
|1||Florida Gulf Coast||14–0||27–2|
|4||Jacksonville||6–8||11–16||3-3 vs. Jax, KSU, USCUS|
|5||Kennesaw State||6–8||17–12||3-3 vs. Jax, KSU, USCUS|
|6||USC Upstate||6–8||14–15||2-4 vs. Jax, KSU, USCUS|
|Overall records are as of the end of the regular season.|
|1||Florida Gulf Coast||74|
|1||Florida Gulf Coast||62|
|1||Florida Gulf Coast||60|
- "Championship Format". Atlantic Sun. Presto Sports. Retrieved 17 February 2015.
- "NKU Eligible for A-Sun Championships in 2014-15 Season". Atlantic Sun. Presto Sports. Retrieved 20 December 2014.