Georgia State Panthers women's basketball

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This article is about the women's basketball program at Georgia State University. For men's program, see Georgia State Panthers men's basketball.

2014–15 Georgia State Panthers women's basketball team

Georgia State Panthers
Georgia State Panthers athletic logo
University Georgia State University
Conference Sun Belt
Location Atlanta, GA
Head coach Sharon Baldwin-Tener (5th year)
Arena GSU Sports Arena
(Capacity: 3,854[1])
Nickname Georgia State Panthers
Colors

Blue and White

            
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/AIAW Tournament appearances
1981, 2001, 2002, 2003
Conference tournament champions
2002, 2003
Conference regular season champions
2000, 2001, 2002, 2004

The Georgia State Panthers women's basketball team represents Georgia State University and competes in the Sun Belt Conference of NCAA Division I. The Panthers play at the GSU Sports Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

Coaches[edit]

The Georgia State Panthers women's basketball team is currently coached by former East Carolina coach Sharon Baldwin-Tener. In April, 2010, Georgia State President Mark Becker and Director of Athletics Cheryl Levick announced the hire of Baldwin-Tener as a perfect hire due to the university being in close proximity to where she grew up.[2]

Coach Seasons Wins Losses Win %
8 Sharon Baldwin-Tener 2010- 32 57 .360
7 Lea Henry 1994-2010 245 222 .525
6 Brenda Paul 1989-1994 50 88 .362
5 Dave Lucey 1986-1989 36 48 .429
4 Richard Keast 1984-1986 39 33 .541
3 Joyce Patterson 1981-1984 19 44 .302
2 Jim Jarett 1980-1981 39 12 .765
1 Rankin Cooter 1975-1979 66 31 .680

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Team records[edit]

  • Most wins - 28 during the 1980-1981 season
  • Longest Winning Streak - 10 games during the 2002-03 regular season.

Post season tournament results[edit]

NCAA Tournament results[edit]

Georgia State has been to the NCAA Tournament three times. Their combined record is 0–3.

Year Seed Round Opponent Result/Score
2001 14 First Round Louisiana Tech L 84–48
2002 15 First Round Tennessee L 98–68
2003 16 First Round Duke L 66–48

NIT results[edit]

Georgia State has been to the Women's NIT one time. Their record is 0–1.

Year Round Opponent Result/Score
2000 Opening Round Virginia Tech L 80–56

AIAW results[edit]

Georgia State has appeared in one AIAW Tournament. Their record is 0–1.

Year Round Opponent Result/Score
1981 First Round North Carolina State 95–86

School Records[edit]

Game[edit]

  • Most points - 52 by Sheryl Martin (vs. Stetson) on February 18, 1983
  • Most 3-pointers made - 8 by Lina Noufena (vs. Stetson) on February 14, 2002
  • Most free throws made - 17 by Leslie McElrath (vs. Mercer) on February 13, 1999
  • Most rebounds - Tied, both by Angela Gresham vs. Mercer on January 28, 1987 and vs Massachusetts on December 19, 1988
  • Most assists - 16 by Denise Lloyd (vs. VCU) on February 13, 1981
  • Most blocks - 11 by Marcquitta Head (vs. Hofstra) on December 3, 2006
  • Most steals - Tied 2 ways at 9, by Brittany Hollins (vs. VCU) on January 13, 2006, and by Jylisa Williams (vs. Delaware State) on December 21, 2008

Season[edit]

  • Most points - 771 by Terese Allen during the 1980-81 season
  • Most free throws made - 170 by Maxine Farmer during the 1983-84 season
  • Highest free throw percentage - .874 by Marica Maddox during the 1999-00 season
  • Highest rebound average - 15.1 by Angela Gresham during the 1984-85 season
  • Most assists - 199 by Denise Lloyd during the 1980-81 season
  • Most blocks - 67 by Marcquitta Head during the 2006-07 season
  • Most steals - 98 by Brittany Hollins during the 2006-07 season

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2014-15 Panther Men's Basketball". Georgia State University Athletics. p. 1. Retrieved January 11, 2015. Arena: GSU Sports Arena (3,854) 
  2. ^ Sugiura, Ken. "New GSU women's coach a 'perfect' choice". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  3. ^ "2012-13 Georgia State Panthers Women's Basketball". Georgia State Athletics. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 

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