Utah State Aggies women's basketball

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Utah State Aggies women's basketball
2017–18 Utah State Aggies women's basketball team
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UniversityUtah State University
Head coachJerry Finkbeiner (5th season)
ConferenceMountain West
LocationLogan, Utah
ArenaSmith Spectrum
(Capacity: 10,270)
NicknameAggies
Student sectionThe Hurd
ColorsNavy Blue, White, and Pewter Gray[1]
              
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The Utah State Aggies are a Division I women's college basketball team that plays in the Mountain West Conference, representing Utah State University. They play their home games at the Smith Spectrum. [2]

History[edit]

The Aggies started play in 1972. They made the AIAW First Round in their first three years and the regionals in 1982, but they won only 18 games in the last five years of the program's first run in basketball. The women's team was shuttered from 1988 to 2002. Utah State played in the Intermountain Athletic Conference from 1973–1982, played as an Independent from 1982–1984, the High Country Athletic Conference from 1984–1987, the Big West Conference from 2003–2005, and the Western Athletic Conference from 2006–2013 before joining the Mountain West Conference in 2014. As of the end of the 2015–16 season, they have a 310–453 all-time record. They have made appearances in the WNIT in 2011 and 2012, with a 103–95 win over Arizona in the former year being their only postseason win in school history. They made the Women's Basketball Invitational in 2013, losing to South Dakota 77–69. [3][4]

Season Record Conference Record Coach
1972–73 17–3 n/a Fern Gardner
1973–74 12–2 8–0 Fern Gardner
1974–75 14–6 10–3 Fern Gardner
1975–76 12–9 10–3 Fern Gardner
1976–77 12–12 9–4 Marilyn Weiss
1977–78 9–14 8–5 Marilyn Weiss
1978–79 14–10 5–8 Cindy Perkins
1979–80 13–15 5–5 Cindy Perkins
1980–81 12–19 5–5 Cindy Perkins
1981–82 12–20 6–4 Cindy Perkins
1982–83 3–22 n/a Karen Logan
1983–84 2–23 n/a Karen Logan
1984–85 9–19 3–9 Bob Corbin
1985–86 3–28 0–12 Bob Corbin
1986–87 1–26 0–12 Lloydene Searle
2003–04 5–22 5–13 (10th) Raegan Pebley
2004–05 14–14 9–9 (6th) Raegan Pebley
2005–06 3–24 2–14 (9th) Raegan Pebley
2006–07 11–18 7–9 (6th) Raegan Pebley
2007–08 9–20 5–11 (7th) Raegan Pebley
2008–09 16–15 9–7 (5th) Raegan Pebley
2009–10 13–17 5–11 (7th) Raegan Pebley
2010–11 18–15 10–6 (3rd) Raegan Pebley
2011–12 21–10 11–3 (2nd) Raegan Pebley
2012–13 18–14 14–4 (2nd) Jerry Finkbeiner
2013–14 15–16 8–10 (8th) Jerry Finkbeiner
2014–15 8–23 5–13 (10th) Jerry Finkbeiner
2015–16 14–17 8–10 (7th) Jerry Finkbeiner
2016–17 17–15 9–9 (6th) Jerry Finkbeiner
2017–18 7–23 5–13 (T-8th) Jerry Finkbeiner

References[edit]

  1. ^ Utah State Athletics Brand Guide (PDF). Retrieved March 28, 2016.
  2. ^ "utahstateaggies.com - Utah State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball". www.utahstateaggies.com.
  3. ^ http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/ust/sports/w-baskbl/auto_pdf/2016-17/misc_non_event/2016-17MediaGuide.pdf
  4. ^ http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/ust/sports/w-baskbl/auto_pdf/2016-17/quick_facts/quick_facts.pdf

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