The women’s basketball team fought with just eight players active in the back-and-forth match, but the loss ultimately ended their season.
Defensive intensity, continued three-point success and the team’s new lineup are just a few ways the Lady Mavericks can secure an advantage.
The women’s basketball team will head to Pensacola, Florida, for the Sun Belt Conference Tournament Saturday.
The Lady Mavericks are scheduled to close out their season against the Red Wolves before the start of the Sun Belt Conference Championship.
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Senior forward Bre Wickware led all scorers with 12 points to help the Lady Mavericks keep hopes for a first-place bid in the Sun Belt Conference West Division alive.
For a shot at the number one seed, the team will need a series victory, and factors like a solid offense and solid scoring defense will be vital.
Junior forward Shyia Smith led the team with 16 points and nine rebounds, while junior guard Katie Ferrell achieved a game-high six steals.
The two-game series is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Friday, and back-to-back wins against the Warhawks could land UTA in first place of the Sun Belt West.
Limiting turnovers, powerful defenses and an energetic crowd are among factors to consider in the weekend matchup.
The two-game series is set to begin Friday at 6:30 p.m, and both teams have previously faced off in two back-to-back games this season.
The women’s basketball team will continue their conference schedule on the road as they face the University of Louisiana at Lafayette at 6 p.m. Friday at the Cajundome.
The women’s basketball team will close out their conference opening series against Little Rock at 4 p.m. Saturday at College Park Center.
All activities for the women’s team will remain paused until medical professionals deem it’s safe to return.
The team still has three more nonconference games scheduled, but all team activities are paused until medical professionals deem it safe to return.
The Lady Mavericks have canceled their next to home games, and will resume activities once health officials deem it is safe to return.
The Lady Mavericks are set to play two more home games this upcoming week, the first coming against Midwestern State University on Sunday and Rice University on Dec. 2.
The women’s basketball team is set to start its season against Texas A&M University-Commerce at 11 a.m. Wednesday at College Park Center.
Athletic director Jim Baker and head coaches Shereka Wright and Chris Ogden spoke at the pep rally ahead of the men’s and women’s basketball season openers next week.
Senior guard Jordynn Hernandez’s first year with the team was derailed by a knee injury. Now her relentless leadership inspires her teammates.
The announcement comes one day after the league named junior guards Claire Chastain and Katie Ferrell to their All-Sun Belt Conference Third Team.
The Lady Mavericks will begin their conference schedule with a two-game series against the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Jan. 1, 2021, at College Park Center.
While the department can manage its players, coaches and staff, it may not be able to control how fans respond to COVID-19 protocols.