Virginia Tech Hokies women's basketball

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Virginia Tech Hokies Women's Basketball
2023–24 Virginia Tech Hokies women's basketball team
UniversityVirginia Tech
Head coachKenny Brooks (8th season)
ConferenceAtlantic Coast Conference
LocationBlacksburg, Virginia
ArenaCassell Coliseum
NicknameHokies
ColorsChicago maroon and burnt orange[1]
   
Uniforms
Home jersey
Team colours
Home
Away jersey
Team colours
Away
Alternate jersey
Team colours
Alternate
NCAA tournament Final Four
2023
NCAA tournament Elite Eight
2023
NCAA tournament Sweet Sixteen
1999, 2023
NCAA tournament second round
1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2021, 2023
NCAA tournament appearances
1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2021, 2022, 2023
Conference tournament champions
Metro: 1994

Atlantic 10: 1998


ACC: 2023
Conference regular season champions
Atlantic 10: 1999

The Virginia Tech Hokies Women's Basketball team represents Virginia Tech in women's basketball. The school competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). They are currently coached by Kenny Brooks. The Hokies play home basketball games at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Virginia.[2]

Season-by-season record[edit]

As of the 2015–16 season, the Hokies have a 622–546 all-time record, with 9 appearances in the NCAA Tournament. They played in the Metro Conference from the 1981–82 season to the 1994–95 season. They played in the Atlantic 10 Conference from the 1995–96 season to the 1999–00 season. They played in the Big East Conference from the 2000–01 season to the 2003–04 season. They have played in the Atlantic Coast Conference since the 2004–05 season.[3][4]

Season Record Conference Record Coach
1976–77 7–9 n/a John Wetzel
1977–78 8–16 n/a Carolyn Owen
1978–79 9–15 n/a Carol Alfano
1979–80 17–12 n/a Carol Alfano
1980–81 13–17 n/a Carol Alfano
1981–82 16–12 0–5 Carol Alfano
1982–83 13–12 2–3 Carol Alfano
1983–84 15–15 4–6 Carol Alfano
1984–85 16–13 4–6 Carol Alfano
1985–86 13–15 4–6 Carol Alfano
1986–87 15–14 7–5 Carol Alfano
1987–88 12–16 4–8 Carol Alfano
1988–89 16–13 7–5 Carol Alfano
1989–90 14–14 8–6 Carol Alfano
1990–91 12–15 8–6 Carol Alfano
1991–92 10–18 3–9 Carol Alfano
1992–93 20–8 8–4 Carol Alfano
1993–94 24–6 9–3 Carol Alfano
1994–95 22–9 10–2 Carol Alfano
1995–96 11–17 8–8 Carol Alfano
1996–97 10–21 4–12 Carol Alfano
1997–98 22–10 11–5 Bonnie Henrickson
1998–99 28–3 15–1 Bonnie Henrickson
1999-00 20–11 12–6 Bonnie Henrickson
2000–01 22–9 11–5 Bonnie Henrickson
2001–02 21–11 9–7 Bonnie Henrickson
2002–03 22–10 10–6 Bonnie Henrickson
2003–04 23–8 10–6 Bonnie Henrickson
2004–05 17–12 6–8 Beth Dunkenberger
2005–06 21–10 6–8 Beth Dunkenberger
2006–07 19–15 6–8 Beth Dunkenberger
2007–08 15–15 2–12 Beth Dunkenberger
2008–09 12–18 2–12 Beth Dunkenberger
2009–10 15–15 4–10 Beth Dunkenberger
2010–11 11–19 1–13 Beth Dunkenberger
2011–12 7–23 3–13 Dennis Wolff
2012–13 10–20 4–14 Dennis Wolff
2013–14 14–16 4–12 Dennis Wolff
2014–15 12–20 1–15 Dennis Wolff
2015–16 18–14 5–11 Dennis Wolff
2016–17 20–14 4–12 Kenny Brooks
2017–18 23–14 6–10 Kenny Brooks
2018–19 22–12 6–10 Kenny Brooks
2019–20 21–9 11–7 Kenny Brooks
2020–21 15–10 8–8 Kenny Brooks
2021–22 23–10 13–5 Kenny Brooks
2022–23 31–5 14–4 Kenny Brooks
2023-24 23–5 14–3 Kenny Brooks

NCAA tournament results[edit]

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
1994 #8 First Round #9 Auburn L 60–51
1995 #8 First Round
Second Round
#9 St. Joseph's
#1 Connecticut
W 62–52
L 91–45
1998 #11 First Round
Second Round
#6 Wisconsin
#3 Florida
W 75–64
L 89–57
1999 #4 First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#13 St. Peter's
#5 Auburn
#1 Tennessee
W 73–48
W 76–61
L 68–52
2001 #7 First Round
Second Round
#10 Denver
#2 Texas Tech
W 77–57
L 73–52
2003 #7 First Round
Second Round
#10 Georgia Tech
#2 Purdue
W 61–59
L 80–62
2004 #8 First Round
Second Round
#9 Iowa
#1 Penn State
W 89–76
L 61–48
2005 #12 First Round #5 DePaul L 79–78
2006 #7 First Round
Second Round
#10 Missouri
#2 Connecticut
W 82–51
L 79–56
2021 #7 First Round
Second Round
#10 Marquette
#2 Baylor
W 70–63
L 90–48
2022 #5 First Round #12 Florida Gulf Coast L 84–81
2023 #1 First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
#16 Chattanooga
#9 South Dakota State
#4 Tennessee
#3 Ohio State
#3 LSU
W 58–33
W 72–60
W 73–64
W 84–74
L 72–79

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Virginia Tech University Trademarks". Retrieved September 22, 2019.
  2. ^ "Virginia Tech Hokies Official Athletic Site – Women's Basketball". hokiesports.Com. Retrieved 2017-01-28.
  3. ^ "VIRGINIA TECH - 2016-17 WBB Team Guide".
  4. ^ "hokiesports.com". www.hokiesports.com.

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