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Oklahoma Sooners Womens Basketball Tickets
Conference Championships: 10
NCAA Tournament Appearances: 21
Final Fours: 3
Head Coach: Sherri Coale
Location: Norman, Oklahoma
Home Arena: Lloyd Noble Center
Oklahoma Sooners Women's Basketball TicketsThe Oklahoma Sooner Women have been to the NCAA Final Four three times in program history. The Sooners fell 82-70 to Connecticut in the 2002 National Championship game for their highest ever finish. With 21 NCAA Tournament appearances under their belts, Oklahoma is hungry to win the elusive national title. To do so, they must battle through their tough Big 12 conference schedule, including the nationally ranked Baylor Bears. The Sooners will need leadership from all five returning starters, Ana Llanusa, Jessi Murcer, Taylor Robertson, Mandy Simpson and Madi Williams. Guard Taylor Robertson set an OU freshman record and ranked second in single-season program history with 105 3-pointers in 30 games. Ana Llanusa set an OU record during her sophomore season with six straight 20-plus point games. Will Coach Sherri Coale and her Sooners be able to achieve their goal and bring their first-ever NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship trophy to Norman? See all of the action and get your Oklahoma Sooners Women's Basketball tickets at StubHub.
Have any Sooner women gone on to play in the WNBA?There have been 14 women’s basketball players from OU drafted into the WNBA dating back to 2000. They are Phylesha Whaley, Stacey Dales, LaNeisha Caufield, Rosalind Ross, Dionnah Jackson, Maria Villarroel, Leah Rush, Courtney Paris, Ashley Paris, Amanda Thompson, Abi Olajuwon, Nyeshia Stevenson, Danielle Robinson and Whitney Hand. 6'4" center Courtney Paris remains in the league with the Seattle Storm.
Who are the best players in the history of the Oklahoma Women's Basketball program?There have been two women's jerseys retired in the history of Oklahoma basketball. Fans can find them hanging above the court at the Lloyd Noble Center. The No. 21 jersey, retired in 2014, belonged to Stacey Dales. Dales was a two-time AP All-American and two-time Big 12 Player of the Year recipient. Dales holds Oklahoma’s career assist record with 764. Dales was drafted by the Washington Mystics in 2002 as the third overall pick. Courtney Paris wore the number three while playing for OU from 2005-2009. Paris was the first four-time AP All-American in NCAA women's basketball history. With multiple records to her name, Paris was the first basketball player (man or woman) to score 2,000 career points and grab 2,000 career rebounds. Her jersey was retired in 2017.
When was Sherri Coale hired and what are the records of the teams she has coached?Head Coach Sherri Coale took the helm of the Oklahoma Sooners women's basketball program in 1996. Coale has compiled an overall record with the Sooners of 489-264. She has propelled her student-athletes to achieve individual and team success, including 127 Academic All-Big 12 honors, 19 straight NCAA tournament appearances, 13 All-Americans, 64 All-Big 12 selections, six Big 12 Players of the Year and six Big 12 regular-season championships. Coale was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016.
What is Oklahoma’s record when playing at home at the Lloyd Noble Arena?Recognized as one of the toughest gyms in college basketball, the Sooners are 404-141 all-time when playing at the Lloyd Noble Center. The Oklahoma women tallied a record 26 consecutive home wins from 1984 to 1986. OU's home-court winning percentage no doubt reflects the support of Oklahoma’s faithful following. Over 1.6 million fans have attended OU women's games at home since 1996.
Who are the top scorers for the Oklahoma Sooners women's basketball team?Sitting atop the all-time scoring list for OU is Courtney Paris with 2,729 points. Paris ended her collegiate basketball career with 20 NCAAs, 57 Big 12 conferences and 69 university records. In all-time scoring, Paris is followed by Aaryn Ellenberg (2,328), Phylesha Whaley (2,187), Molly McGuire (2,147) and Danielle Robinson (2,138). Thirty-five Sooners scored 1,000 or more points in their career. Get the Oklahoma Sooners Women's Basketball schedule at StubHub today.
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