WASHINGTON HUSKIES WOMENS BASKETBALL
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Washington Huskies Womens Basketball Tickets
First Season: 1974
Conference: Pac 12
Arena: Alaska Airlines Arena
Location: Seattle, Washington
Washington Huskies Women's Basketball TicketsThe women's basketball team for the University of Washington competes in the NCAA's Pac-12 Conference. The program first began in 1974 under the direction of coach Christine Burkhart. The women's basketball team for the Washington Huskies have been invited to play in the NCAA Tournament 19 times. The team advanced to the Sweet 16 round of the tournament on seven different occasions. The Huskies women's basketball team has been among the Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams three times, including their last Elite Eight appearance in 2016. The Washington Huskies women's basketball team also made their only Final Four appearance in 2016. The Huskies women's basketball team has also won five regular-season conference championships and has come out on top in a conference tournament once. You can purchase tickets to see the Washington Huskies women's basketball team at StubHub.
Where can I see the Washington Huskies women's basketball team play?The women's basketball team for the University of Washington plays their home games at Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, Washington. The Pavilion was first built in 1927 and can seat 9,268. The 130,000 square foot building underwent a major renovation during 1999-2000 season and the home-court advantage the team enjoys in the building is evident with the .838 winning percentage they have accumulated at home.
When can I see the Washington Huskies women's basketball team play?The official start of the 2019-2020 basketball season for women's basketball team at the University of Washington happened on November 8 against the Cal State University Bakersfield at Alaska Airlines Arena.
What players will I see at a Washington Huskies basketball game?Amber Melgoza began her senior season as the third most productive women's basketball player in Washington Huskies' history. She is also the seventh player at the school to record back to back 500-point seasons. In addition to leading the Washington Huskies women's basketball team in points with 579 a season ago, Melgoza was also the team's top rebounder with 139 and the team assist leader with 90. Haley Van Dyke appeared in all 32 games for the Washington Huskies women's basketball team as a true freshman a year ago. Van Dyke led her team in field goal percentage at 47.4 percent. She ended her freshman year with a 4.3 scoring average to go along with three rebounds per game. Missy Peterson appeared in 31 games for the Huskies a year ago and was the team's second-leading scorer. Peterson also posted the second-highest assist total with 64 and the fourth-highest mark for rebounds with 121. Peterson logged 18 double-digit scoring games during the 2018-2019 season and scored 15 or more points eight times.
Who is the coach of the Washington Huskies women's team?The 2019-2010 college basketball season is the third for Jody Wynn as head coach of the Washington Huskies women's basketball team. The team is in a rebuilding stage and has shown steady improvement over the two years Wynn has been at the helm.
What players have been honored by the Washington Huskies women's basketball team?Kelsey Plum led the Huskies to a 52-12 home record during her four years at the University of Washington. This includes an 18-1 mark during her senior year. Plum also thrilled Huskies fans by averaging 26.5 points a game and shooting 54.7 percent while in college. The 5-foot-8 inch Plum scored 3,527 points while a member of the Washington Huskies and was the number one pick in the WNBA draft in 2017. Rhonda Smith scored 2,948 points and 803 rebounds while a member of the Washington Huskies. Smith was the all-time leading scorer for the Huskies once her playing carrier was over at the University of Washington and led the team in scoring each of her last three seasons at the school. Rhonda Smith was a member of the first Seattle Reign team in the WNBA and was the first Washington Huskies women's basketball player to be drafted into the league.
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