UCF Knights Womens Basketball Tickets
First Season: 1977-1978
Division and Conference: NCAA Division I, The American Conference
2018-2019 Record: 26-7 Overall, 13-3 Conference, 11-1 Home Games, 12-3 Away Games, 3-3 Neutral
Rivals: South Florida Bulls
UCF Knights Women's Basketball TicketsThe UCF Knights women's basketball team was a powerhouse of a program in the early 1980s. During that period, the team was conference champions and conference tournament champions three times. However, the Knights would suffer a long drought until 1996, when they would not only become tournament champions once again but also make it to their first NCAA Tournament in history. Three years of losses later, the Knights would once again bring the heat and would become conference champions and conference tournament champions in 1999 as well as make their second NCAA Tournament berth. Since 2000, the team has won two more conference championships and two more conference tournament championships. The Knights have also had three NCAA Tournament berths, the last being in 2019, which was an exceptional year for both the team and individual players as well. Kay Kay Wright was pegged as an American All-Conference First Team member. The league's Sixth Player of the Year went to Kayla Thigpen. Get your UCF Knights women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where does the UCF Knights women's basketball team play its home games?The UCF Knights women's and men's basketball programs play their home games at the Addition Financial Arena. It features 10,000 seats and is situated in Knights Plaza. Around 7,000 of those seats are on the lower bowl of the stadium and the other 3,000 or so are in the upper level. There are also 16 luxury boxes as well as a club lounge. Having opened in 2007, it's a relatively new facility and offers some of the best lines of sight for fans in all of college basketball. It also features a top-of-the-line audio/video system that features a scoreboard boasting four video screens.
What year did the UCF Knights women's basketball team join the NCAA's Division I?The UCF Knights women's basketball team's first season at the Division I level was the 1984-1985 season.
Who are some UCF Knights women's basketball alumnae Hall of Famers?Chariya Davis graduated in 1999, holding the record in all-time assists and steals with 531 and 284, respectively. She captured All-Atlantic Sun honors twice as well as first team honors in 1998-1999 and was named the A-Sun Player of the Year as well as the A-Sun Tournament MVP. Davis was inducted into the UCF Hall of Fame in 2009. Tamika Coley finished her career in 1996 as the all-time team leader in points and rebounds with 2,006 and 1,211, respectively. She was inducted into the UCF Hall of Fame in 2001.
Who is the head coach of the UCF Knights women's basketball team?The head coach of the UCF Knights women's basketball team is Katie Abrahamson-Henderson. She assumed the role in 2016. Under her tutelage, the Knights posted three consecutive 20-win seasons, which was a first in the program's history. Another stat for the record books was the team's non-conference win-loss record of 11-2. It was the most non-conference wins the team has pulled off since becoming a member of the NCAA's Division I. Before leading at UCF, Coach "ABE" worked at various schools, such as Albany, where she helped the Great Danes capture nine American East Conference tournament titles. Coach "ABE" also worked at Indiana and Michigan State as an associate head coach. Additionally, she was the head coach over at Missouri State.
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