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Texas Southern Tigers edges the Alcorn State Braves, 53-50, to win the Southwestern Athletic Conference crown in the SWAC Men’s Basketball Tournament.   Photos by Andre Brooks

The Sugar Bears of the University of Central Arkansas captures the Southland Conference crown with a, 60-35, victory over the Lady Jacks of Stephen F Austin State University at the Southland Women’s Basketball Tournament. Photos by Mat Flora

Rice Owls edges, 85-76, the San Francisco Dons on the first round of the College Basketball Invitational Tournament. Photos by Matt Flora

Houston Cougars makes an early exit for a second straight year at the National Invitational Tournament with a, 78-75, loss to the Akron Zips. Photos by Andre Brroks

The University of Houston Cougars Men’s basketball team try to reconcile last year’s first round lost in the National Invitation Tournament with a victory against Mid-American Player of the Year Isaiah Johnson and the University of Akron Zips. Akron started the game with an 8-2 lead, until junior guard Rob

Central Arkansas Sugar Bears punch their ticket to the NCAA Tournament with a, 60-35, victory over Stephen F Austin Lady Jack at the Southland Women’s Basketball Tournament. Photos by Matt Flora

On the weekend where Houston hosted the annual Southwestern Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament, a hometown university takes home both, men and women, championships. Texas Southern University basketball teams advance to the NCAA tournament in hard fought victories. Lady Tigers leave it all on the floor The TSU Lady Tigers met

New Orleans Privateers sinks the Sam Houston Bearkats, 75-63, to play in Southland Men’s Tournament Final. Photos by Andre Brooks

The Stephen F Austin Lumberjacks’ journey in the Southland Basketball Tournament comes to an end with a, 77-69, loss to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders. Photos by Andre Brooks

New Orleans Privateers become Southland Conference Champions by defeating, 68-65, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders in OT; setting course towards the next horizon, the NCAA Tournament. Photos by Francisco Casillas