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Houston Cougars women's basketball

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Houston Cougars
2018–19 Houston Cougars women's basketball team
Houston Cougars primary logo.svg
UniversityUniversity of Houston
Head coachRonald Hughey (3rd season)
ConferenceThe American
LocationHouston, Texas
ArenaFertitta Center
(Capacity: 7,100)
NicknameCougars
ColorsScarlet and White[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away


NCAA Tournament Appearances
1988, 1992, 2004, 2005, 2011
Conference Tournament Champions
C-USA: 2004
Conference Regular Season Champions
C-USA: 2004, 2011
The 2018–19 Houston team in action against SMU
The 2018–19 Houston team in action against SMU

The Houston Cougars women's basketball team represents the University of Houston in NCAA Division I women's basketball. Coached by Ronald Hughey,[2] the team plays their home games at Hofheinz Pavilion on-campus at the University of Houston.

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Contents

Notable former players

Name Career at Houston Notability Year drafted by WNBA Reference
Chandi Jones 2000–04 WNBA player for the Phoenix Mercury, Detroit Shock, and Minnesota Lynx 2004 [3]
Sancho Lyttle 2001–05 WNBA player for the Houston Comets 2005 [4]

Year by year results

Conference tournament winners noted with # Source [5]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason Coaches' poll AP poll
Connie Payne (Independent) (1975–1976)
1975–76 Connie Payne 11–18 Texas AIAW
Connie Payne: 11–18
Dot Woodfin (Independent, Southwest) (1976–1985)
1976–77 Dot Woodfin 23–10 AIAW Southwest Regional
1977–78 Dot Woodfin 26–15 AIAW Southwest Regional
1978–79 Dot Woodfin 17–13 AIAW Southwest Regional
1979–80 Dot Woodfin 17–13 AIAW Southwest Regional
1980–81 Dot Woodfin 21–10 AIAW State Tournament
1981–82 Dot Woodfin 18–11
Southwest Conference
1982–83 Dot Woodfin 17–11 5–3 4th (Southwest)
1983–84 Dot Woodfin 16–12 9–7 T-4th
1984–85 Dot Woodfin 22–8 11–5 T-3rd
Dot Woodfin: 177–103 25–15
Greg Williams (Southwest) (1985–1990)
1985–86 Greg Williams 19–10 9–7 T-4th
1986–87 Greg Williams 19–10 10–6 T-3rd
1987–88 Greg Williams 22–7 12–4 2nd NCAA Second Round (Bye) 25
1988–89 Greg Williams 16–12 9–7 T-4th
1989–90 Greg Williams 17–12 9–7 4th
Greg Williams: 93–51 49–31
Jessie Kenlaw (Southwest, Conference USA) (1990–1998)
1990–91 Jessie Kenlaw 20–12 10–6 4th (Southwest) NWIT Fourth Place
1991–92 Jessie Kenlaw 22–8 10–4 3rd NCAA First Round 22
1992–93 Jessie Kenlaw 11–16 5–9 6th
1993–94 Jessie Kenlaw 11–15 5–9 T-5th
1994–95 Jessie Kenlaw 14–14 7–7 T-4th
1995–96 Jessie Kenlaw 12–16 4–10 5th
Conference USA
1996–97 Jessie Kenlaw 5–24 0–14 4th (White) (CUSA)
1997–98 Jessie Kenlaw 9–18 3–13 6th (National)
Jessie Kenlaw: 104–123 44–72
Joe Curl (Conference USA) (1998–2007)
1998–99 Joe Curl 5–22 1–15 6th (National)
1999–2000 Joe Curl 7–21 3–13 T-5th (National)
2000–01 Joe Curl 19–13 10–6 T-2nd (National) WNIT First Round
2001–02 Joe Curl 26–8 11–3 T-2nd WNIT Finals
2002–03 Joe Curl 15–13 6–8 T-7th
2003–04 Joe Curl 28–4 13–1 1st# NCAA Second Round 16 9
2004–05 Joe Curl 21–9 10–4 T-3rd NCAA First Round
2005–06 Joe Curl 12–17 8–8 T-6th
2006–07 Joe Curl 9–19 5–11 T-9th
Danny Hughes (Conference USA) (2007–2008)
2007–08 Danny Hughes 15–16 9–7 4th
Danny Hughes: 15–16 9–7
Joe Curl (Conference USA) (2008–2010)
2008–09 Joe Curl 19–10 11–5 T-2nd
2009–10 Joe Curl 17–15 10–6 T-2nd WNIT First Round
Joe Curl: 178–151 88–80
Todd Buchanan (Conference USA, American) (2010–2013)
2010–11 Todd Buchanan 26–6 16–0 1st (CUSA) NCAA First Round 22
2011–12 Todd Buchanan 3–26 2–14 12th
2012–13 Todd Buchanan 13–17 7–9 T-8th
American Athletic Conference
2013–14 (portion) Todd Buchanan 4–7 0–0 NA
Todd Buchanan: 46–56 25–23
Wade Scott (American) (2013–2014)
2013–14 (portion) Wade Scott (interim) 2–18 1–17 10th
Wade Scott: 2–18 1–17
Ronald Hughey (American) (2014–present)
2014–15 Ronald Hughey 6–24 1–17 11th
2015–16 Ronald Hughey 6–24 2–16 11th
2016–17 Ronald Hughey 12–19 4–12 10th
2017–18 Ronald Hughey 20–12 9–7 T-5th WNIT First Round
Ronald Hughey: 44–79 16–52
Total: 670–615

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

References

  1. ^ "Logos - University of Houston Athletics". June 12, 2018. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
  2. ^ "Hughey introduced as UH women's basketball coach". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2016-04-13.
  3. ^ "Chandi Jones Playerfile". WNBA. Archived from the original on 2008-12-20. Retrieved 2008-12-08.
  4. ^ "Sancho Lyttle Playerfile". WNBA. Archived from the original on 2008-12-11. Retrieved 2008-12-08.
  5. ^ "Media Guide" (PDF). University of Houston. Retrieved 11 Aug 2013.

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