Central Michigan Chippewas women's basketball

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Central Michigan Chippewas women's basketball
2017–18 Central Michigan Chippewas women's basketball team
Central Michigan Chippewas logo.svg
University Central Michigan University
Head coach 10th season
Conference Mid-American
Location Mount Pleasant, Michigan
Arena McGuirk Arena
(Capacity: 5,300)
Nickname Chippewas
Student section Wildside
Colors Maroon and Gold[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
1983, 1984, 2013
Conference tournament champions
1983, 1984, 2013
Conference regular season champions
1984, 1985, 2017
Conference division season champions
2014, 2016, 2017

The Central Michigan Chippewas women's basketball team is the intercollegiate women's basketball program representing Central Michigan University. The school competes in the Mid-American Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Chippewas play home basketball games at the McGuirk Arena near the campus in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

History[edit]

As of the 2015–16 season, the Chippewas have a 615–627 overall record. They have won the Mid-American Conference Women's Basketball Tournament in 1983, 1984, and 2013, while finishing runner-up in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 2012, and 2016. [2][3]

Season Coach Record Conference record
1969–70 Fran Koenig 3–2 n/a
1970–71 Fran Koenig 7–4 n/a
1971–72 Fran Koenig 8–5 n/a
1972–73 Fran Koenig 4–6 n/a
1973–74 Fran Koenig 4–7 n/a
1974–75 Marcy Weston 10–7 n/a
1975–76 Marcy Weston 11–12 n/a
1976–77 Ro DiBrezzo 12–14 n/a
1977–78 Ro DiBrezzo 13–8 n/a
1978–79 Ro DiBrezzo 10–7 n/a
1979–80 Ro DiBrezzo 19–8 n/a
1980–81 Jane Cwayna 10–16 n/a
1981–82 Laura Golden 11–18 2–7 (10th)
1982–83 Laura Golden 21–9 12–6 (3rd)
1983–84 Laura Golden 27–3 18–0 (1st)
1984–85 Donita Davenport 19–10 15–3 (1st)
1985–86 Donita Davenport 18–11 13–5 (T-2nd)
1986–87 Donita Davenport 17–11 11–5 (2nd)
1987–88 Donita Davenport 16–13 11–5 (4th)
1988–89 Donita Davenport 11–18 7–9 (T-5th)
1989–90 Donita Davenport 14–14 7–9 (5th)
1990–91 Donita Davenport 21–8 11–5 (2nd)
1991–92 Donita Davenport 16–12 9–7 (4th)
1992–93 Donita Davenport 15–12 10–8 (T-5th)
1993–94 Donita Davenport 11–16 8–10 (7th)
1994–95 Donita Davenport 8–19 6–12 (7th)
1995–96 Donita Davenport 5–21 2–16 (9th)
1996–97 Fran Voll 11–16 7–11 (7th)
1997–98 Fran Voll 10–17 7–11 (T-2nd in West)
1998–99 Fran Voll 11–16 7–9 (T-4th in West)
1999-00 Fran Voll 9–19 6–10 (5th in West)
2000–01 Fran Voll (2–6)
Ina Nicosia (2–18)
4–24 1–15 (7th in West)
2001–02 Eileen Kleinfelter 10–18 2–14 (6th in West)
2002–03 Eileen Kleinfelter 11–17 5–11 (T-6th in west)
2003–04 Eileen Kleinfelter 5–23 1–15 (7th in West)
2004–05 Eileen Kleinfelter 10–18 4–12 (T-6th in West)
2005–06 Eileen Kleinfelter 16–12 7–9 (T-4th in West)
2006–07 Eileen Kleinfelter 11–19 3–13 (6th in West)
2007–08 Sue Guevara 7–22 2–13 (6th in West)
2008–09 Sue Guevara 18–14 9–7 (4th in West)
2009–10 Sue Guevara 12–18 8–8 (3rd in West)
2010–11 Sue Guevara 20–11 11–5 (2nd in West)
2011–12 Sue Guevara 20–16 8–8 (3rd in West)
2012–13 Sue Guevara 21–12 12–4 (2nd in West)
2013–14 Sue Guevara 20–12 16–2 (1st in West)
2014–15 Sue Guevara 13–18 7–11 (6th in West)
2015–16 Sue Guevara 22–11 14–4 (1st in West)

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