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Tulsa Golden Hurricane women's basketball

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Tulsa Golden Hurricane women's basketball
2020–21 Tulsa Golden Hurricane women's basketball team
Tulsa Golden Hurricane logo.svg
UniversityUniversity of Tulsa
Head coachAngie Nelp
ConferenceThe American
LocationTulsa, Oklahoma
ArenaReynolds Center
(Capacity: 8,355)
NicknameGolden Hurricane
ColorsOld Gold, Royal Blue, and Crimson[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 Second round
2006
NCAA Tournament Appearances
2006, 2013
Conference Tournament Champions
2006, 2013

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane women's basketball team represents the University of Tulsa in women's basketball. The school competes in the American Athletic Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Golden Hurricane play home basketball games at the Reynolds Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.[2]

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Season-by-season record

As of the 2015–16 season, the Golden Hurricane have a 316–523 record in 31 seasons of play. Basketball was cancelled from 1987 to 1996. They have made appearances in the NCAA Tournament in 2006 and 2013, with a win in the First Round in 2006 before a Second Round loss. They have made three appearances in the WNIT (2004, 2005, and 2015), with an appearance in the Second Round in the latter year.[3]

Season Coach Record Conference Record
1976–77 Bob Okresik 2–10 n/a
1977–78 Mike Seifreid 1–19 n/a
1978–79 Mike Seifreid 6–14 n/a
1979–80 Bill Biggs 3–18 n/a
1980–81 Bill Biggs 7–21 n/a
1981–82 Bill Biggs 7–18 n/a
1982–83 Joyce Plagens 8–15 n/a
1983–84 Joyce Plagens 16–11 n/a
1984–85 Katie Fisher 5–21 n/a
1985–86 Mark Schmidt 2–23 n/a
1986–87 Mark Schmidt 3–22 n/a
1996–97 Marla Odom 5–21 1–15 (WAC, 8th in Mountain)
1997–98 Marla Odom 9–18 5–9 (WAC, 5th in Pacific)
1998–99 Marla Odom 7–20 5–9 (WAC, 6th in Mountain)
1999-00 Kathy McConnell-Miller 14–15 9–5 (WAC, 4th place)
2000–01 Kathy McConnell-Miller 8–21 4–12 (WAC, 7th place)
2001–02 Kathy McConnell-Miller 17–13 11–7 (WAC, 4th place)
2002–03 Kathy McConnell-Miller 14–16 9–9 (WAC, 4th place)
2003–04 Kathy McConnell-Miller 19–12 11–7 (WAC, 3rd place)
2004–05 Kathy McConnell-Miller 19–11 11–7 (WAC, 3rd place)
2005–06 Charlene Thomas-Swinson 26–6 13–3 (C-USA, 1st place)
2006–07 Charlene Thomas-Swinson 11–19 5–11 (C-USA, 9th place)
2007–08 Charlene Thomas-Swinson 11–20 6–10 (C-USA, 11th place)
2008–09 Charlene Thomas-Swinson 7–22 3–13 (C-USA, 11th place)
2009–10 Charlene Thomas-Swinson 12–16 6–10 (C-USA, 11th place)
2010–11 Charlene Thomas-Swinson 5–20 1–15 (C-USA, 12th place)
2011–12 Matilda Mossman 13–15 8–8 (C-USA, 6th place)
2012–13 Matilda Mossman 17–17 8–8 (C-USA, 6th place)
2013–14 Matilda Mossman 12–16 6–10 (C-USA, 10th place)
2014–15 Matilda Mossman 18–14 12–6 (The American, 3rd place)
2015–16 Matilda Mossman 12–19 8–10 (The American, 6th place)
2016–17 Matilda Mossman 10–21 5–11 (The American, 9th place)
2017–18 Matilda Mossman 10–21 3–13 (The American,T-11th place)

References

  1. ^ University of Tulsa Brand Guidelines (PDF). TulsaHurricane.com. July 1, 2020. Retrieved March 3, 2021.
  2. ^ "Official Athletics Site of the University of Tulsa". Tulsahurricane.com. June 16, 2015. Retrieved January 24, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "University of Tulsa Athletics - 2016_17_WBB_Guide_FULL.pdf" (PDF). Tulsahurricane.com. June 16, 2015. Retrieved January 24, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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