With 20+ appearances, the Ohio State Buckeyes women's basketball program is a familiar face in the NCAA Tournament. The team also has appeared in the WNIT, winning that tournament in 2001 over the New Mexico Lobos. During its history as a member of the Big Ten Conference, the Buckeyes have won numerous regular season and conference tournament titles. The Buckeyes have won both the regular season and conference tournament title in the same year in 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2018. The team has also been the top-ranking women's basketball squad of the conference numerous times and has only been ranked lower than fifth a handful of times. Teams of this caliber tend to draw some of the best coaches in the sport, which is the case for the Buckeyes. Tara VanDerveer took the reins of the team back in 1980 and coached the Buckeyes to a 110-37 record that included an appearance in the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight in 1985. Another notable coach was Jim Foster, who got the Buckeyes to NCAA Tournament play 10 times. Show some spirit and pick up your Ohio State Buckeyes women's basketball tickets at StubHub today.
What conference do the Buckeyes play in?
The Buckeyes are an NCAA Division I team and play in the Big Ten Conference. The team joined the conference back in 1981. Before that, the Buckeyes women's basketball team was independent.
What are some of the accomplishments of notable Buckeye alumnae?
Jantel Lavender was named conference player of the year four times while at Ohio State and still holds the record for the most points scored at the school, with 2,818. Lavender was also the Big Ten's all-time leader in rebounds, achieving 1,422. Jessica Davenport was another star player at Ohio State. During her time with the Buckeyes, she averaged 17.7 points and 8.4 rebounds per game.
What is the head coach's background in college hoops?
Kevin McGuff became the eighth coach of the Ohio State University women's basketball program in 2013. His coaching career began at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where he was an assistant coach. He would then take another assistant coaching job at Notre Dame. While there, the team won the 2001 NCAA Championship. Notre Dame would also reach the Sweet Sixteen on four different occasions and make it to the Final Four twice. He would finally have his own team when he moved to Xavier University, where he would become the winningest women's basketball coach of all time at the school with a record of 213-73. Next, McGuff went to the University of Washington for two seasons and produced a record of 41-26. Then, in 2013, he took over at Ohio State. At the close of the 2018-2019 season, the Buckeyes under McGuff's leadership had an overall record of 134-65 and 71-31 in conference play.
What was the Buckeyes' record last season?
For the 2018-2019 season, the Buckeyes women's basketball team went 14-15. In conference play, the team's record was 10-8.
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How much are Ohio State Buckeyes women's basketball tickets?
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