The Canada West Universities Athletic Association Women's conference began play with the 1997-98 season.
|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-)
|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)|
CWUAA Seasons: 1997-98 to presentEdit
- 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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