SEATTLE UNIVERSITY REDHAWKS WOMENS BASKETBALL
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Seattle University Redhawks Womens Basketball Tickets
Team: Seattle University Redhawks
Home Games: Redhawk Center
Head Coach: Suzy Barcomb
Notable Alumni: Allison Carmer, Amy Kuchan, Lisa Hill
Rivals: Washington Huskies
Seattle University Redhawks Women's Basketball TicketsThe Seattle Redhawks women's basketball team first began playing in 1978. Just a few years later, Seattle University left the NCAA Division I and joined the NAIA. While playing in the NAIA, the Redhawks produced some impressive stats, including a 36-17 record for the 1990-1991 season and a program-best record of 24-4 in 1988. In 2012, the team returned to NCAA Division I status and became champions of the 2013 Western Athletic Conference regular season. As members of both the NAIA and NCAA, the team produced its fair share of star basketball players, many of whom have been inducted into the Seattle University Hall of Fame, including Lisa Hill. By the end of her tenure at Seattle U, Hill had 1,350 points, 821 rebounds and 189 steals. She also had 380 successful free throws and was named as an NAIA All-American twice. Get your Seattle University Redhawks women's basketball tickets today at StubHub to see the team on the court.
What conference does the Seattle University Redhawks women's basketball team play in?The Redhawks are an NCAA Division I team and members of the Western Athletic Conference. Due to financial problems plaguing the entire athletic department back in 1980, the team couldn’t afford to be a part of the NCAA and was a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) instead for several years.
Who is the coach of the Seattle Redhawks women's basketball team?Suzy Barcomb is the coach of the Redhawks women's basketball team. The 2019-2020 season is her fourth year in leading the Redhawks. In 2017-2018, Barcomb guided the team to its first WAC Championship ever. During her first season, she was instrumental in a whirlwind turnaround that saw the Redhawks supersede expectations and take home a second-place finish in WAC regular season play. The team also qualified for the WNIT that year. By the end of the 2016-2017 season, the Redhawks had a 10-4 conference record, putting them in second place, which was higher than the seventh-place finish predicted by preseason polls. Before working with the Redhawks, Barcomb coached the Cal State East Bay women's basketball team for six seasons, where she got the Pioneers their first conference championship on the books and an NCAA appearance. While there, she also captured her 300th career win. Before coaching the Pioneers, Barcomb spent 12 years as head coach at Puget Sound, where she became the coach with the most wins in the history of the program there.
What was the Seattle University Redhawks women’s basketball record last season?In the 2018-2019 season, the Redhawks posted a 3-27 record, which gave them a win percentage of .100. Their conference play record was a little better at 3-13, for a win percentage of .188. At home, the Redhawks took a beating and lost 12 of 13 games, and while away, they lost 13 and won 2.
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How much are Seattle University Redhawks women's basketball tickets?Seattle University Redhawks women's basketball tickets have various price tags. In general, the location of the seats and the opponents will affect the cost of the tickets. For more information, check out the details at StubHub.
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