Purdue Boilermakers women's basketball

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Purdue Boilermakers
Purdue Boilermakers athletic logo
University Purdue University
Conference Big Ten
Location West Lafayette, IN
Head coach Sharon Versyp (3rd year)
Arena Mackey Arena
(Capacity: 14,123)
Nickname Boilermakers
Student section Gold Mine
Colors

Black and Old Gold

            
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
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Alternate jersey
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Team colours
Alternate
NCAA/AIAW Tournament champions
1999
NCAA/AIAW Tournament Final Four
1994, 1999, 2001
NCAA/AIAW Tournament Elite Eight
1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2009
NCAA/AIAW Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009
NCAA/AIAW Tournament appearances
1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013
Conference tournament champions
1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2012
Conference regular season champions
1991, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2002

The Purdue Boilermakers women's basketball team is a college basketball program that competes in NCAA Division I and the Big Ten Conference. Purdue is rich in tradition and history, holding the record for Big Ten Championships, along with being the only program in the conference to boast winning records versus every other school in the Big Ten.[1] The Boilermakers have appeared in the NCAA Final Four three times, and won the NCAA National Championship in 1999. The Boilermakers share a classic rivalry with the Indiana Hoosiers, of which Purdue owns a 40-23 series lead.

Boilermaker Women's Basketball History[edit]

In 1975, women's basketball became an intercollegiate sport at Purdue University. In 1982, the sport was elevated to revenue status, which meant more money was available. Under Coach Lin Dunn, Purdue qualified for its first NCAA Tournament game in 1989. Ten years later, Purdue won its first national championship by beating Duke University in the title game. Sharon Versyp, a former Purdue standout, was introduced as the head coach at the start of the 2006 season.

Current coaching staff[edit]

  • Sharon Versyp - Head Coach
  • Christy Smith - Assistant Coach
  • Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton - Assistant Coach
  • Nadine Morgan - Assistant Coach

2013–14 Roster[edit]

2013–14 Purdue Boilermakers women's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Year High School/Junior College Home town
F 52 Bays, WhitneyWhitney Bays 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Jr Huntington Huntington, W.Va.
F 23 Clemons, LizaLiza Clemons 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) So Snider/Elmhurst Fort Wayne, Ind.
G 10 Hamby, HaydenHayden Hamby 5 ft 7 in (1.7 m) Fr West Morgan Trinity, Ala.
G 22 Houser, KKKK Houser 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) RS Jr Lincoln Southeast Lincoln, Neb.
F 50 Manuel, TaylorTaylor Manuel 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Fr Incarnate Word Academy St, Louis, Mo.
F 21 Massey, JoslynJoslyn Massey 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Fr John Glenn Detroit, Mich.
F 24 Mingo, DreyDrey Mingo 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) GS Marist Atlanta, Ga.
G 15 Moses, CourtneyCourtney Moses 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) Jr Oak Hill Sweetser, Ind.
F 32 Ostarello, SamSam Ostarello 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Sr Stanley County Ft. Pierre, S.D.
G 43 Poston, ChantelChantel Poston 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) RS Sr Milan Milan, Tenn.
F/C 42 Redmon, CamilleCamille Redmon 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) RS So Mansfield Timberview Grand Prairie, Texas
G 4 Thornton, TorrieTorrie Thornton 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) So Carmel Carmel, Ind.
G 20 Williams, Dee DeeDee Dee Williams 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Jr Ben Davis Indianapolis, Ind.
G 25 Wilson, AprilApril Wilson 5 ft 7 in (1.7 m) Fr Manual Louisville, Ky.
Head coach

Sharon Versyp

Assistant coach(es)

Nadine Morgan
Christy Smith
Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton


Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Roster
Last update: 2013-08-16

Year by year results[edit]

Conference tournament winners noted with # Source [2]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason Coaches' poll AP poll
Unknown (CIAW) (1968–1969)
1968-69 Unknown CIAW Tenth Place
:
Deborah Gephardt (Independent) (1975–1976)
1975-76 Deborah Gephardt 8–8 IAIAW
Deborah Gephardt: 8–8
Dr. Ruth Jones (Independent, Big Ten) (1977–1987)
1976-77 Dr. Ruth Jones 7–16 MAIAW
1977-78 Dr. Ruth Jones 13–7 IAIAW
1978-79 Dr. Ruth Jones 7–19 IAIAW
1979-80 Dr. Ruth Jones 4–18 IAIAW
1980-81 Dr. Ruth Jones 14–18 IAIAW
Big Ten Conference
1981-82 Dr. Ruth Jones 13–17 0–1 MAIAW
1982-83 Dr. Ruth Jones 10–16 3–15 8th
1983-84 Dr. Ruth Jones 5–23 1–17 10th
1984-85 Dr. Ruth Jones 12–16 6–12 T-7th
1985-86 Dr. Ruth Jones 16–11 9–9 T-5th
Dr. Ruth Jones: 101–161 19–54
Marsha Reall (Big Ten) (1986–1987)
1986-87 Marsha Reall 18–9 10–8 5th
Marsha Reall: 18–9 10–8
Lin Dunn (Big Ten) (1987–1996)
1987-88 Lin Dunn 21–10 13–5 3rd NWIT Second Place
1988-89 Lin Dunn 24–6 14–4 3rd NCAA Second Round (Bye) 17 15
1989-90 Lin Dunn 23–7 14–4 3rd NCAA Sixteen 14 15
1990-91 Lin Dunn 26–3 17–1 1st NCAA Second Round (Bye) 14 5
1991-92 Lin Dunn 23–7 14–4 2nd NCAA Sixteen 16 11
1992-93 Lin Dunn 16–11 8–10 6th
1993-94 Lin Dunn 29–5 16–2 T-1st NCAA Semifinals 3 8
1994-95 Lin Dunn 24–8 13–3 T-1st NCAA Quarterfinals 9 16
1995-96 Lin Dunn 20–11 11–5 4th NCAA First Round 15
Lin Dunn: 206–68 120–38
Nell Fortner (Big Ten) (1996–1997)
1996-97 Nell Fortner 17–11 12–4 T-1st NCAA Second Round 23
Nell Fortner: 17–11 12–4
Carolyn Peck (Big Ten) (1997–1999)
1997-98 Carolyn Peck 23–10 10–6 T-3rd# NCAA Quarterfinals 11 21
1998-99 Carolyn Peck 34–1 16–0 1st# NCAA Champions 1 1
Carolyn Peck: 57–11 26–6
Kristy Curry (Big Ten) (1999–2006)
1999-2000 Kristy Curry 23–8 11–5 T-3rd# NCAA Second Round 16 13
2000-01 Kristy Curry 31–7 14–2 1st NCAA Finals 2 9
2001-02 Kristy Curry 24–6 13–3 1st NCAA Second Round 14 9
2002-03 Kristy Curry 29–6 12–4 T-2nd# NCAA Quarterfinals 7 10
2003-04 Kristy Curry 29–4 14–2 2nd# NCAA Sixteen 9 3
2004-05 Kristy Curry 17–13 9–7 5th NCAA Second Round
2005-06 Kristy Curry 26–7 13–3 2nd NCAA Sixteen 11 11
Kristy Curry: 179–51 86–26
Sharon Versyp (Big Ten) (2007–2014)
2006-07 Sharon Versyp 31–6 14–2 2nd# NCAA Quarterfinals 7 11
2007-08 Sharon Versyp 19–15 11–7 T-3rd# NCAA Second Round
2008-09 Sharon Versyp 25–11 13–5 T-2nd NCAA Quarterfinals 16
2009-10 Sharon Versyp 15–17 9–9 5th WNIT Second Round
2010-11 Sharon Versyp 21–12 9–7 7th NCAA Second Round
2011-12 Sharon Versyp 25–9 11–5 T-2nd# NCAA Second Round 18 13
2012-13 Sharon Versyp 25–9 10–6 T-3rd# NCAA Second Round 21 21
Sharon Versyp: 161–79 77–41
Total: 747–398

      National 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

National Awards[edit]

National Player of the Year (2)[edit]

Wade Trophy (1)[edit]

  • Stephanie White (1999)

All-American Consensus Selections (7)[edit]

Academic All-American First Team Selections (5)[edit]

  • Sue Bartz (1982)
  • Carol Emanuel (1983)
  • Stephanie White (1999)
  • Camille Cooper (2001)
  • Katie Douglas (2001)

National Coach of the Year (1)[edit]

Big Ten Awards[edit]

Big Ten Player of the Year (8)[edit]

  • Joy Holmes (1991)
  • MaChelle Joseph (1992)
  • Stacey Lovelace (1995)
  • Jannon Roland (1997)
  • Stephanie White (1999)
  • Katie Douglas (2000, 2001)
  • Shereka Wright (2004)

Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball Recipient (6)[edit]

  • Joy Holmes (1991)
  • MaChelle Joseph (1992)
  • Stacey Lovelace (1995)
  • Jannon Roland (1997)
  • Stephanie White (1999)
  • Katie Douglas (2001)

6th Player of the Year (1)[edit]

  • Brittany Rayburn (2009)

Defensive Player of the Year (2)[edit]

  • Kelly Komara (2002)
  • Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton (2007)

Coach of the Year (5)[edit]

  • Ruth Jones (1986)
  • Lin Dunn (1989,1991)
  • Nell Fortner (1997)
  • Carolyn Peck (1999)

All-time Records[edit]

Big Ten Win/Loss Records (As of 2007 Regular Season)[edit]

  • Illinois: 42-14
  • Indiana: 40-24
  • Iowa: 30-23
  • Michigan: 46-12
  • Michigan State: 33-21
  • Minnesota: 34-15
  • Northwestern: 38-17
  • Ohio State: 32-26
  • Penn State: 20-14
  • Wisconsin: 39-13

Career Records[edit]

  • Most Points: MaChelle Joseph - 2,405 (1989–91)
  • Most Rebounds: Stacey Lovelace - 876 (1993–96)
  • Most Assists: MaChelle Joseph - 628 (1989–91)
  • Most Steals: Katie Douglas - 327 (1998-01)
  • Most Blocks: Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton - 281 (2005–09)
  • Most 3-Point Field Goals: Katie Gearlds - 238 (2004–07)

Single Season Records[edit]

  • Most Points: Stephanie White (1998–99) / Katie Gearlds (2006–07) - 707
  • Most Rebounds: Leslie Johnson - 306 (1993–94)
  • Most Assists: Lisa Jahner - 201 (1987–88)
  • Most Steals: Kelly Komara - 120 (2001–02)
  • Most Blocks: Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton - 108 (2006–07)
  • Most 3-Point Field Goals: Katie Gearlds - 88 (2006–07)

Single Game Records[edit]

  • Most Points: Katie Gearlds - 41 (2007)
  • Most Rebounds: Leslie Schultz - 25 (1981)
  • Most Assists: MaChelle Joseph - 16 (1992)
  • Most Steals: Joy Holmes - 12 (1989)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://graphics.fansonly.com/photos/schools/pur/sports/m-baskbl/auto_pdf/mg0304-history.pdf History of Purdue Basketball
  2. ^ "Media Guide". Purdue University. Retrieved 10 Aug 2013. 

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/pur/sports/w-baskbl/auto_pdf/08mediaguide-section5.pdf

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