Georgetown Women

Georgetown Women

Leagues Played
WNCAAB 148
Links
Wikipedia
Related Teams
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Results

WNCAAB 03/05 17:00 3 [25] Connecticut Women v Georgetown Women [1001] L 84-38
WNCAAB 03/04 16:00 122 [1001] Georgetown Women v Providence Women [977] W 68-55
WNCAAB 02/27 19:00 - [1011] Georgetown Women v Butler Women [1065] W 69-48
WNCAAB 02/26 00:00 - [1018] Georgetown Women v Xavier Women [995] W 54-40
WNCAAB 02/23 00:00 - [68] Villanova Women v Georgetown Women [1014] L 73-61
WNCAAB 02/20 19:00 - [1007] Georgetown Women v Connecticut Women [50] L 49-90
WNCAAB 02/19 00:00 - [73] Marquette Women v Georgetown Women [1002] L 64-57
WNCAAB 02/13 19:00 - [37] DePaul Women v Georgetown Women [994] L 105-104
WNCAAB 02/12 00:00 - [986] Georgetown Women v St. John's Women [972] L 45-79
WNCAAB 02/10 00:00 - [183] Seton Hall Women v Georgetown Women [981] L 60-50
WNCAAB 02/06 19:00 - [965] Georgetown Women v Villanova Women [79] L 57-76
WNCAAB 02/03 00:00 - [941] Georgetown Women v Seton Hall Women [892] L 62-91

The Georgetown Hoyas women's basketball team is women's basketball program in the NCAA Division I Big East Conference. They are currently coached by James Howard, the program's tenth coach, now in his second year. The team was first formed in 1970, and joined the Big East in 1983. They play their home games on campus at McDonough Gymnasium.

The women's teams have been invited to the NCAA tournament four times, reaching the Sweet Sixteen in 1993 and 2011, and the second round in 2010 and 2012. They have been invited to the Women's National Invitation Tournament, five times, progressing furthest in 2009 by reaching the fourth round. Former player Rebekkah Brunson, now with the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx, is the team's all-time leading rebounder, while Sugar Rodgers, now with the WNBA's New York Liberty, is the all-time leader in points, steals, and 3-point field goals.