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The Canada West Universities Athletic Association Women's conference began play with the 1997-98 season.

TeamsEdit

Team Centre Arena Tenure
Alberta Pandas Edmonton, Alberta Clare Drake Arena (1997-Present)
Calgary Dinos Calgary, Alberta Father David Bauer Olympic Arena (1997-2002) (2009-Present)
Lethbridge Pronghorns Lethbridge, Alberta Nicholas Sheran Arena (1997-Present)
MacEwan Griffins Edmonton Downtown Community Arena (2020-present)
Manitoba Bisons Winnipeg, Manitoba Max Bell Centre Winnipeg (1997-Present)
Mount Royal Cougars Calgary, Alberta Flames Community Arenas (2012-Present)
Regina Cougars Regina, Saskatchewan The Co-operators Centre (1998-Present)
Saskatchewan Huskies Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Rutherford Arena (-2018)
Merlis Belsher Place (2018-)
(1997-Present)
Trinity Western Spartans Langley Langley Events Centre & George Preston Arena (2020-present)
UBC Thunderbirds University Endowment Lands (Suburban Vancouver, British Columbia Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre (1997-Present)

Note: The Calgary Dinos withdrew from the league in 2002 to join the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Women's League. They returned in 2009.

CWUAA Seasons: 1997-98 to presentEdit

Year Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion U-Cup Qualifier Other Qualifiers
1997-98 No Regular Season Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (5th place) N/A
1998-99 Calgary Dinos Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (2nd place) N/A
1999-00 Alberta Pandas (W), Regina Cougars (E) Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (National Champions)N/A
2000-01 Regina Cougars Regina Cougars Regina Cougars (2nd place)N/A
2001-02 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (National Champions)Regina Cougars (4th place)
2002-03 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (National Champions) Lethbridge Pronghorns (4th place) Regina Cougars (host-5th place)
2003-04 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (National Champions)Saskatchewan Huskies (4th place)
2004-05 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (2nd place) Manitoba Bisons (3rd place)
2005-06 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (National Champions)N/A
2006-07 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (National Champions)Manitoba Bisons (3rd place)
2007-08 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (4th place) Manitoba Bisons (3rd place)
2008-09 Alberta Pandas Manitoba Bisons Manitoba Bisons (4th place) N/A
2009-10 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (National Champions)N/A
2010-11 Alberta Pandas Manitoba Bisons Manitoba Bisons (6th place) Alberta Pandas (5th place)
2011-12 Calgary Dinos Calgary Dinos Calgary Dinos (National Champions)Alberta Pandas (host-5th place)
2012-13 Calgary Dinos UBC Thunderbirds UBC Thunderbirds (5th place) Calgary Dinos (2nd place)
2013-14 Alberta Pandas Saskatchewan Huskies Saskatchewan Huskies (3rd Place)N/A
2014-15 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (7th place-tied) Calgary Dinos (host-7th place-tied)
2015-16 Alberta Pandas UBC Thunderbirds UBC Thunderbirds (2nd place) Calgary Dinos (host-5th place)
2016-17 UBC Thunderbirds UBC Thunderbirds UBC Thunderbirds (3rd place) Alberta Pandas (National Champions)
2017-18 Manitoba Bisons Manitoba Bisons Manitoba Bisons (National Champions) Saskatchewan Huskies (1-2) 4th place
2018-19 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Manitoba Bisons
2019-20 Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas Alberta Pandas (DNP) Mount Royal Cougars (won Quarterfinal)
2020-21

Notes:

  • The 1998-99 season consisted of two single location "tournaments" that made up the regular season schedule. The second event also held the conference tournament.
  • The 2000-01 season had Alberta with more points but Regina had a higher point percentage in two fewer games as the conference had teams playing between 12 and 16 games.
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