201314 Virginia Cavaliers Men's Basketball Team

2013–14 Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball team

201314 Virginia Cavaliers Men's Basketball Team 1

The 2013-14 Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball team represented the University of Virginia during the 2013-14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The team was led by head coach Tony Bennett, in his fifth season, and played their home games at John Paul Jones Arena as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The 2013-14 season was one of the most successful in UVa's 109-year basketball history. The Cavaliers won only their second ever outright ACC regular season title, with a 16-2 conference record (at the time, their best conference record in program history), as well as only their second ever ACC Tournament title. They also won 30 games for only the second time in school history (the first being in 1981-82) and finished third in the final AP Poll-their highest final national ranking in 30 years. On March 16, 2014, the Cavaliers received a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. In the NCAA Tournament, they defeated Coastal Carolina and Memphis to advance to the Sweet Sixteen, where they lost to Michigan State.

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2015–16 Kentucky Wildcats women's basketball team

The 2015-16 Kentucky Wildcats women's basketball team will represent University of Kentucky during the 2015-16 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Wildcats, led by ninth year head coach Matthew Mitchell, play their home games at the Memorial Coliseum with two games at Rupp Arena and were members of the Southeastern Conference. They finished the season 25-8, 10-6 in SEC play to finish in a tie for fourth place. They advanced to the semifinals of the SEC Women's Tournament where they lost to South Carolina. They received an at-large to the NCAA Women's Tournament where they defeated UNC Asheville and Oklahoma in the first and second rounds before getting upset by Washington the sweet sixteen

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1912–13 Colgate men's basketball team

The 1912-13 Colgate Radiers men's basketball team represented Colgate University during the 1912-13 college men's basketball season. The head coach was Ellery Huntington Sr. coaching the Raiders in his 13th season. The team finished with a final record of 7-7. The team captain was Walt Hammond.

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2016–17 Creighton Bluejays women's basketball team

The 2016-17 Creighton Bluejays women's basketball team represented Creighton University in the 2016-17 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Bluejays, led by 14th year head coach Jim Flanery, played their home games at D. J. Sokol Arena and were members of the Big East Conference. They finished the season 24-8, 16-2 in Big East play to share the Big East regular season title with DePaul. They advanced to the semifinals of the Big East Women's Tournament where they lost to Marquette. They received an at-large bid to the NCAA Women's Tournament where they defeated Toledo in the first round before losing to Oregon State in the second round.

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2017–18 Chattanooga Mocs women's basketball team

The 2017-18 Chattanooga Mocs women's basketball team represented the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga during the 2017-18 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Mocs, led by fifth-year head coach Jim Foster, played their home games at the McKenzie Arena as members of the Southern Conference (SoCon). The Mocs finished the season 17-13, 8-6 in third place in the SoCon, losing to UNC Greensboro in the conference tournament. They received an at-large berth in the 2018 WNIT but lost in the first round to UAB. On February 1, 2018, Foster notched his 900th career win as a head coach, becoming the eighth fastest to reach that mark and tying for seventh in all-time career wins. He retired shortly after season's end in May 2018.

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2018–19 Lamar Lady Cardinals basketball team

For information on all Lamar University sports, see Lamar Cardinals and Lady CardinalsThe 2018-19 Lamar Lady Cardinals basketball team represented Lamar University during the 2018-19 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Cardinals, led by sixth year head coach Robin Harmony, played their home games at the Montagne Center as members of the Southland Conference.The Lady Cardinals finished the 2018-19 season with an overall record of 24-7. They won the Southland Conference regular season championship were 17-1 in Southland play. After losing to Abilene Christian in the Southland Conference tournament semi-final game 79-88, the Lady Cardinals were an automatic qualifier to the WNIT. Their season ended with a first round 71-73 loss to the South Alabama in the first round. The loss ended a 42 home court win streak which started on November 16, 2016. Chastadie Barrs set the NCAA Division I steals record in the WNIT game at 192. She had tied the steals record of 191 the previous season. .

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