Providence Friars women's basketball

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Providence Friars
2016–17 Providence Friars women's basketball team
Providence Friars P script logo.gif
University Providence College
Conference Big East
Location Providence, RI
Head coach Jim Crowley
Arena Alumni Hall
(Capacity: 1,854)
Nickname Friars
Colors Black, White, and Silver[1]
              
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1990
NCAA Tournament second round
1990, 1991
NCAA Tournament appearances
1986, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
Conference tournament champions
1990
Conference regular season champions
1983, 1986, 1990

The Providence Friars women's basketball team represents Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Big East where it has competed since the 1982–83 season.[2] Under coach Kay McDonald, the women’s basketball team began competing in the EAIAW in 1974-75, obtaining a 9-4 record and its first winning season.[2]

Yearly record[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Kay McDonald (1974–1976)
1974–75 Kay McDonald 9–4
1975–76 Kay McDonald 16–3
Kay McDonald: 25–7 (.781)
Tim Gilbride (1976–1980)
1976–77 Tim Gilbride 18–6
1977–78 Tim Gilbride 21–5
1978–79 Tim Gilbride 21–9
1979–80 Tim Gilbride 22–7
Tim Gilbride: 82–27 (.752)
Joe Mullaney, Jr (1980–1983)
1980–81 Joe Mullaney, Jr. 17–12
1981–82 Joe Mullaney, Jr. 25–9
Big East Conference (1982–present)
1982–83 Joe Mullaney, Jr. 24–6 7–1 T-1st
Joe Mullaney, Jr.: 66–27 (.710) 7–1 (.875)
Lynn Sheedy (1983–1985)
1983–84 Lynn Sheedy 19–7 5–3 T-3rd
1984–85 Lynn Sheedy 14–14 9–7 6th
Lynn Sheedy: 33–21 (.611) 14–10 (.583)
Bob Foley (1985–1996)
1985–86 Bob Foley 24–6 14–2 1st NCAA Round of 40
1986–87 Bob Foley 23–9 12–4 2nd NWIT 4th Place
1987–88 Bob Foley 13–15 7–9 6th
1988–89 Bob Foley 22–11 10–6 3rd NCAA Round of 48
1989–90 Bob Foley 27–5 14–2 T-1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1990–91 Bob Foley 26–6 13–3 2nd NCAA Round of 32
1991–92 Bob Foley 21–9 13–5 T-3rd NCAA Round of 48
1992–93 Bob Foley 15–15 7–11 7th
1993–94 Bob Foley 10–21 10–8 4th
1994–95 Bob Foley 13–15 5–13 T-8th
1995–96 Bob Foley 12–15 9–9 T-4th (T-1st BE7)
Bob Foley: 206–127 (.619) 114–72 (.613)
Jim Jabir (1996–2002)
1996–97 Jim Jabir 13–14 8–10 T-6th (T-2nd BE7)
1997–98 Jim Jabir 10–17 6–12 T-9th (T-4th BE7)
1998–99 Jim Jabir 5–22 4–14 11th
1999–00 Jim Jabir 10–17 5–11 T-9th
2000–01 Jim Jabir 10–17 4–12 11th
2001–02 Jim Jabir 13–15 7–9 8th
Jim Jabir: 62–102 (.378) 34–68 (.333)
Susan Yow (2002–2005)
2002–03 Susan Yow 9–18 3–13 13th
2003–04 Susan Yow 4–23 0–16 14th
2004–05 Susan Yow 1–27 0–16 12th
Susan Yow: 14–68 (.171) 3–45 (.063)
Phil Seymore (2005–2012)
2005–06 Phil Seymore 8–19 3–13 T-13th
2006–07 Phil Seymore 13–16 3–13 T-13th
2007–08 Phil Seymore 12–17 2–14 16th
2008–09 Phil Seymore 10–20 4–12 T-13th
2009–10 Phil Seymore 19–15 7–9 T-8th WNIT Quarterfinals
2010–11 Phil Seymore 13–16 6–10 11th
2011–12 Phil Seymore 13–17 5–11 13th
Phil Seymore: 88–120 (.423) 30–82 (.268)
Susan Robinson Fruchtl (2012–2016)
2012–13 Susan Robinson Fruchtl 7–23 2–14 14th
2013–14 Susan Robinson Fruchtl 7–23 2–16
2014–15 Susan Robinson Fruchtl 6–24 3–15
2015–16 Susan Robinson Fruchtl 5–24 1–17
Susan Robinson Fruchtl: 25–94 (.210) 8–62 (.114)
Big East Conference: 210–340 (.382)
Total: 601–593 (.503)

      National champion         Postseason invitational 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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Providence College Brand Standards Guide (PDF). Retrieved 2016-04-15. 
  2. ^ a b Providence Women's Basketball All-Time Results, retrieved 2013-Aug-14.

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