BYU Cougars women's basketball

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BYU Cougars women’s basketball
2018–19 BYU Cougars women's basketball team
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UniversityBrigham Young University
Head coachJeff Judkins (14th season)
ConferenceWest Coast Conference
LocationProvo, Utah
ArenaMarriott Center
(Capacity: 20,900)
NicknameCougars
Uniforms
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NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
2002, 2014
NCAA Tournament second round
2002, 2006, 2014
NCAA Tournament appearances
1984, 1985, 1993, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016
Conference tournament champions
1993, 2002, 2012, 2015
Conference regular season champions
1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1993, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2016

The Brigham Young University Cougars women's basketball team represents the university in the West Coast Conference and is coached by Jeff Judkins. The Cougars play their home games in the Marriott Center in Provo, Utah.

History[edit]

Records have been kept since the 1972–73 season.[1] In the 1981–82 season, the BYU women’s basketball team beat Oregon State when it made it to the post-season, but then it lost to University of Hawaii in the second round. BYU went to the third round of the NCAA Tournament in 2002,[2] and lost to University of Tennessee.[3][4]

Coaches[edit]

Name Seasons Record
Elaine Michaelis 1972–77 48–28
Courtney Leishman 1977–89 219–124
Jeanie Wilson 1989–94 79–63
Soni Adams 1994–97 28–55
Trent Shippen 1997–2001 72–49
Jeff Judkins 2001–present 351–162

Results by season[edit]

Season Results
Year Coach Overall Record Conference Record Conference Standing Postseason
1972-73[1] Elaine Michaelis 9-3 9-3 2nd
1973-74 Elaine Michaelis 9-5 5-3 2nd
' (Intermountain Athletic Conference) (1974–1982)
1974-75 Elaine Michaelis 7-6 7-5 5th
1975-76 Elaine Michaelis 11-6 10-3 2nd
1976-77 Elaine Michaelis 12-8 10-3 2nd
1977-78 Courtney Leishman 22-6 13-0 1st AIAW First Round
1978-79 Courtney Leishman 21-7 11-2 1st AIAW First Round
1979-80 Courtney Leishman 24-9 8-2 1st AIAW Second Round
1980-81 Courtney Leishman 21-8 9-1 1st
1981-82 Courtney Leishman 24-13 7-3 1st WNIT Third Round
' (High Country Athletic Conference) (1982–1990)
1982-83 Courtney Leishman 17-8 8-2 2nd
1983-84 Courtney Leishman 18-8 9-1 1st NCAA First Round
1984-85 Courtney Leishman 19-9 11-1 1st NCAA First Round
1985-86 Courtney Leishman 16-11 9-3 2nd
1986-87 Courtney Leishman 17-11 8-4 3rd
1987-88 Courtney Leishman 12-15 4-6 3rd
1988-89 Courtney Leishman 8-19 3-7 4th
1989-90 Jeanie Wilson 10-17 2-8 5th
' (Western Athletic Conference) (1990–1999)
1990-91 Jeanie Wilson 8-21 3-9 5th
1991-92 Jeanie Wilson 21-8 12-2 2nd
1992-93 Jeanie Wilson 24-5 13-1 1st NCAA First Round
1993-94 Jeanie Wilson 16-12 10-4 2nd
1994-95 Soni Adams 8-19 4-10 7th
1995-96 Soni Adams 9-18 3-11 7th
1996-97 Soni Adams 11-18 7-9 5th
1997-98 Trent Shippen 15-14 6-8 5th
1998-99 Trent Shippen 16-13 9-5 3rd WNIT First Round
' (Mountain West Conference) (1999–2011)
1999-00 Trent Shippen 22-9 10-4 2nd NCAA First Round
2000-01 Trent Shippen 19-13 8-6 3rd WNIT Second Round
2001-02 Jeff Judkins 24-9 10-4 3rd NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2002-03 Jeff Judkins 19-12 8-6 3rd NCAA First Round
2003-04 Jeff Judkins 15-14 5-9 6th
2004-05 Jeff Judkins 19-11 9-5 3rd WNIT First Round
2005-06 Jeff Judkins 26-6 13-3 1st NCAA Second Round
2006-07 Jeff Judkins 23-10 12-4 1st NCAA First Round
2007-08 Jeff Judkins 13-16 7-9 5th
2008-09 Jeff Judkins 18-11 8-8 5th
2009-10 Jeff Judkins 23-10 11-5 2nd WNIT Quarterfinals
2010-11 Jeff Judkins 25-9 15-1 1st WNIT Third Round
' (West Coast Conference) (2011–present)
2011-12 Jeff Judkins 26-7 12-4 2nd NCAA First Round
2012-13 Jeff Judkins 23-11 11-5 3rd WNIT Third Round
2013-14 Jeff Judkins 28-7 14-4 2nd NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2014-15 Jeff Judkins 23-10 12-6 5th NCAA First Round
2015-16 Jeff Judkins 26-7 16-2 1st NCAA First Round
2016-17 Jeff Judkins 20-12 13-5 2nd WNIT First Round
2017-18 Jeff Judkins 16-14 11-7 3rd
Totals 45 Years
6 Coaches

Notable players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "BYU Womens Basketball all time results". Brigham Young University Athletics. Retrieved January 14, 2018.
  2. ^ http://www.ldschurchnewsarchive.com/articles/41513/BYU-women-make-it-to-NCAA-Sweet-16.html
  3. ^ BYUCougars.com – BYU Women's Basketball FAQ
  4. ^ http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2002/03/27/spt_final_four_is.html

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