St. Mary's Gaels Womens Basketball Tickets
First Season: 1978-1979
Division and Conference: NCAA Division I, West Coast Conference
2018-2019 Record: 21-12 Overall, 12-6 Conference, 10-5 Home Games, 8-6 Away Games, 3-1 Neutral
Rivals: Gonzaga Bulldogs
St. Mary's Gaels Women's Basketball TicketsThe Gaels women's basketball team can accurately be described as a winning sports program. Since its inception back in 1978, the team has posted an overall record of 720-485 as of the start of the 2019-2020 season. At 297-179, the team's conference record of wins-losses also reflects a winning program. Equally impressive is the team's record of wins per season since the 2011-2012 season. Since then, every year has resulted in a 20-win overall record, with six of those years being holding more than 21 wins for the Gaels. Ever since the 1979-1980 season, the team has had a winning percentage for home games with the exception of four years. Along with all those wins come plenty of star players on the Gaels women's basketball team. For the 2018-2019 season, numerous teammates garnered top honors, such as forwards Megan McKay and Sydney Raggio. Both were named to the All-West Coast Conference First Team. Get your St. Mary's women's basketball tickets at StubHub today.
Where does the St. Mary's Gaels women's basketball team play its home games?The Gaels women's basketball team plays its home games at the University Credit Union Pavilion on campus in Moraga, Calif. The arena, which was once named the McKeon Pavilion, boasts 3,500 basketball seats and is known to host large, rowdy crowds on game day.
Who are some of the St. Mary's Gaels women's basketball players named as the WCC Player of the Year?Jerkisha and Jermisha Dosty, twin sisters, were both named as WCC Player of the Year. Jerkisha received the honor for her efforts during the 2001-2002 season, and her sister garnered the award the season prior. Tracy Morris captured the honor during her junior year with the Gaels (1998-1999).
Who are some St. Mary's Gaels women's basketball alumnae Hall of Famers?Anja Bordt, Class of 1991, was inducted into the St. Mary's Hall of Fame just six years after graduating. She was named the WCC Player of the Year in 1990 and 1991 and was honored with the title of NCAA Woman of the Year in 1991 for California. After graduating, she played professionally in Europe, where she was named the Finland Player of the Year. Additionally, Bordt was a German Bundesleague All-Star for the 1995-1996 season. Fran Fabien was part of the Class of 1993. As a freshman, she was honored as an All-WCC member, and, in 1992, she was named to the All-WCC first team. She is No. 3 in career steals with 194.
Who is the head coach of the St. Mary's Gaels women's basketball team?Paul Thomas is the eighth head coach of the St. Mary's Gaels women's basketball team. His tenure as the team's leader began in 2006. Not counting the 2019-2020 season, Thomas has posted an overall winning record of 256-160 with the Gaels and a career record of 492-318. Since joining the Gaels, Thomas has contributed to the development of 34 WCC All-Conference award recipients and program record holders, such as Jackie Nared who booked 677 points during the 2013-2014 season. Thomas also coached Devyn Galland, the current record holder for highest free-throw-completion percentage at 86.3. Before joining the Gaels, Thomas led the program at Cal Poly Pomona, where he walked away with an impressive 235-100 record. He played ball for two years at Midland Lutheran College and then transferred to Wayne State to study coaching.
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