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.
The Sun Belt Conference is adding two conference games to the women’s schedule and separating Sun Belt teams into East and West divisions.
The Mavericks will open their conference play against Arkansas State University at College Park Center, while the Lady Mavericks will face the Red Wolves in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Before Shereka Wright made her return to the Lone Star State, she coached for seven years in the Southeastern Conference at both Vanderbilt University and the University of Alabama.
Athletic director Jim Baker knew what Krista Gerlich was capable of when he selected her to lead the UTA women’s basketball program in 2013.
The former Lady Mavericks head coach spent her collegiate basketball career at Texas Tech from 1989 to 1993 and was a shooting guard on the 1993 national championship-winning Lady Raiders.
The NCAA basketball season ended during the recruiting contact period, and not being able to invite recruits to campus has posed the biggest challenge in pursuing new prospects.
A 10-24 record in the 2019 season helped the Wings clinch the second pick in the draft, and multiple trades over the offseason netted the team the fifth, seventh and 21st selections.
The team put up a record of 21-11 and 14-4 in league play, which saw them in contention for the Women’s National Invitation Tournament for the second year in a row.
UTA’s season ends with a 21-11 overall record, 14-4 in league play, and awaits a potential bid to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.
On Wednesday, NCAA president Mark Emmert announced that attendance would be limited at the 2020 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments due to the progression of COVID-19 in the U.S.
The Lady Mavericks advance to the quarterfinal of the Sun Belt Women’s Basketball Championship to face the University of South Alabama at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
The senior forward secured All-Sun Belt First Team honors after being named player of the week five times throughout the regular season.
The No. 3 Lady Mavericks face No. 10 Texas State University in the first round at 6 p.m. Tuesday at College Park Center.
This game marked the team’s seventh ever 100-point game, and their 14 successful 3-pointers surpassed the previous program record.
The top teams are consistently staying in their spots, but there was a little bit of movement in the middle of the men’s and women’s tables.
The women's basketball team defeated Texas State University 69-49 on Feb. 22 at College Park Center. Senior forward Marie Benson led the team with 20 points and 15 rebounds. The Lady Mavericks have just two home games left in the regular season.