Wichita State Shockers Womens Basketball Tickets
Team: Wichita State Shockers
Conference Championships: 3
WNIT Tournament Appearances: 4
NCAA Tournament Appearances: 3
Head Coach: Keitha Adams
Conference: American Athletic Conference (AAC)
Home Arena: Charles Koch Arena
Wichita State Shockers Women's Basketball TicketsAt the beginning of the 2018-19 season, Head Coach Keitha Adams knew that she had a young Wichita State basketball team. In fact, the Shockers were tied for the fifth-youngest women’s team in Division I basketball. With starting experience as freshmen, Seraphine Bastin, Carla Bremaud and Jaida Hampton will now continue to develop and climb in the AAC standings. In her first 30 games at WSU, Bremaud led all Shockers in minutes, scoring three-pointers made and three-pointers attempted. Bastin, who traveled to compete for the Shockers from her home in Belgium, led the team in assists and steals in her freshman season. Any run for a conference title and NCAA tournament appearance will no doubt be challenged by perennial powerhouse and conference foe the University of Connecticut Huskies. The UConn women have won three women’s basketball National Championships since 2014. Can Coach Adams and her Shockers make their way to another postseason tournament? Join your fellow Shocker fans in Charles Koch Arena by scoring your tickets at StubHub today.
How many years have women played basketball at Wichita State University?The Shockers celebrated 100 years of women’s basketball in 2006. In 1906, Fairmount College lost its opening game to Wichita High School 16-13. Much has changed since that first game well over a century ago. Games are now played in Charles Koch Arena in front of as many as 10,000 fans. The team has a record of 107 for the highest points scored by the Shockers under Coach Adams.
Who are the all-time scoring leaders for the Wichita State women?The team scoring record for a season by WSU is 2,346 set in 2013-14. The highest team scoring average record was set in the 1980-81 season at 74.6. The individual career scoring record (1,708) is held by Alex Harden, who played for the Shockers from 2011-15. Kareema Williams (1991-92) holds the record for career scoring average of 20.9, which was assisted by her game scoring record of 41 versus Illinois State in the same season.
Who are some of Wichita State’s regular-season opponents?Conference opponents for the Shockers include Cincinnati, University of Central Florida, South Florida, Temple and Tulane. Other conference foes are Houston, SMU, East Carolina, Memphis, Tulsa and UConn.
What are Wichita State Shockers games like in Charles Koch Arena?Known to fans as the "Roundhouse," Charles Koch Arena is located in the heart of the Wichita State University campus. Historically loud due to the round shape of the building, the curve of the roof and the roar of the crowds, Shockers fans love to embrace the "Sixth Man" persona and get loud. The women’s basketball record for attendance at Koch Arena was set in December 2012 when the Shockers hosted Northern Colorado with 10,307 fans on hand.
When did the Wichita State Shockers last win a conference title?Wichita State won its last conference title in 2015. At that time, Wichita State was a member of the Missouri Valley Conference. Top-seeded WSU defeated Loyola in the Quarterfinal round 59-42 before defeating Northern Iowa in the Semifinal 56-42 to advance to the championship. Wichita State faced Missouri State and emerged with an 85-71 victory to claim its third consecutive MVC title.
How can I get tickets to a Wichita State game?You can find tickets to home games in Charles Koch Arena at StubHub. In addition, StubHub offers you easy access to tickets to away games, conference tournaments and postseason tournaments, making it convenient to cheer on the Shockers everywhere they compete.
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