ARKANSAS LADY RAZORBACKS BASKETBALL
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Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
Stadium: Bud Walton Arena
Head Coach: Mike Neighbors
Sport: College basketball
Arkansas Lady Razorbacks Basketball TicketsIf you love a high-octane style of basketball, you will definitely want to check out the Arkansas Lady Razorbacks. After bouncing back from a few years of mediocrity, this new and improved team is nationally ranked 25th in the AP Poll and improving by the week. Bud Walton is one of the most feared arenas in the South, and once you get there, you will know why. The noise and fan enthusiasm is off the charts. Dubbed the "cardiac kids" after several thrilling last-minute comebacks, the Lady Razorbacks know how to keep fans on their feet. Watch the exciting duo of Alexis Tolefree and Amber Ramirez wow the fans with long-range three-pointers, jumpers and layups. In addition to the games, fans will fall in love with the breathtaking beauty of the Ozarks. So load up the family and hit the road to Fayetteville, Arkansas. Once you see the Lady Razorbacks in action, you'll definitely want to make a return trip. For some of the best available seating, get your Arkansas Lady Razorbacks Basketball tickets at StubHub.
How many postseason tournaments have the Arkansas Lady Razorbacks played in?The Arkansas Lady Razorbacks Basketball team has appeared in 22 postseason tournaments: Women's NCAA Tournament - 11 appearances (1986, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2012, 2015) 14-11 record; WNIT Tournament - 6 appearances (1999, 2000, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2013) 14-4 record; NWIT Tournament - 2 appearances (1987, 1996) 4-2 record and AIAW Tournament - 3 appearances (1980, 1981, 1982). Notably, the Lady Razorbacks made it to the Final Four of the 1998 Women's NCAA Tournament.
Who is the Arkansas Lady Razorbacks' first superstar?In 1981, Bettye Fiscus blew into town and forever changed the face of Arkansas Razorback ladies basketball. The standout from Wynne, Arkansas, became the Lady Razorback's first All-American and held the Arkansas scoring title for both men and women (2,073) until it was broken by Razorback All-American Todd Day. During her 1981-1985 playing days, she scored an average of 18.3 points per game. Her uniform was retired in 1986. She was also elected to the University of Arkansas Hall of Honor in 2013.
How big is the Bud Walton Arena?The Bud Walton Arena, also known as The Basketball Palace of Mid-America, is a multi-purpose 19,368-seat arena on the campus of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Both the men and women's teams use the facility for home games. When the Razorbacks left the now-defunct Southwest Conference, then athletic director Frank Broyles knew the old 9,000-seat Barnhill Arena needed an upgrade. The ground was broken on the $30 million facilities in the spring of 1991. Over the years, there have been a number of additional upgrades, such as the addition of charging stations, LED screens, a custom scoreboard and refurbished suites.
What players make up the current Arkansas Lady Razorback roster?The current roster is: 5-7 Guard, A'Tyanna Gauldin; 6-0 Forward, Marquesha Davis; 5-8 Guard, Alexis Tolefree; 6-2 Forward, Erynn Barnum; 6-1 Center, Kiarra Williams; 5-11 Guard, Grayce Spangler; 5-9 Guard, Jailyn Mason; 5-7 Guard, Avery Hughes; 5-9 Guard, Amber Ramirez; 6-1 Forward, Taylah Thomas; 6-3 Center, Destinee Oberg; 6-3 Forward, Macy Weaver; 5-11 Guard, Chelsea Dungee; 5-11 Guard, Ginger Reece; 5-8 Guard, Makayla Daniels and 5-9 Guard, Rokia Doumbia.
Who are the former coaches of the Arkansas Lady Razorbacks?The former coaches for the Lady Razorbacks team are Sharon Ogle - 1976-78; Joan Henn - 1978-81; Matilda Willis - 1981-84; John Sutherland - 1984-1993; Gary Blair - 1993-2003; Susie Gardner - 2003-2007; Tom Collen - 2008-2014 and Jimmy Dykes - 2014-2018.
How can I get tickets to see the Arkansas Lady Razorbacks?If you want to see the Arkansas Lady Razorbacks in action, tickets are available at StubHub.
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