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2008 West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

 

2008 West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament

2008 West Coast Conference Men's
Basketball Tournament
Classification Division I
Season 2007–08
Teams 8
Site Jenny Craig Pavilion
San Diego, California
Champions San Diego (2nd title)
Winning coach Bill Grier (1st title)
Television ESPN2, ESPN
Post-West Coast Conference
tournament(s)
2008 NIT, 2008 NCAA,
2008 CBI
West Coast Conference Men's
Basketball Tournaments
«2007  2009»

The 2008 West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament took place on March 7–10, 2008. The first round was held in San Diego, California at the Jenny Craig Pavilion. The semifinals were televised by ESPN2. The West Coast Conference Championship Game was televised by ESPN.

2008 West Coast Conference Tournament

First Round
Friday, March 6
Quarter finals
Saturday, March 7
Semi-finals
Sunday, March 8
Finals
Monday, March 9
5  San Francisco 79  
8  Loyola Marymount 60     4  Santa Clara 51  
         5  San Francisco 50  
           1  Gonzaga 52  
           4  Santa Clara 48  
               
               
           1  Gonzaga 62
6  Pepperdine 50       3  San Diego 75
7  Portland 48     3  San Diego 73  
         6  Pepperdine 55  
           2  Saint Mary's 69  
           3  San Diego 75OT  
                    
                    
      

See also

External links

  • 2008 Tournament Bracket

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