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Home Stadium: Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum Greenville, NC
Conference: American Athletic Conference (AAC)
Head Coach: Kim McNeil
2018-2019 season record: 16-15 overall, 6-10 conference
Notable players: Tomekia Blackmon, Cathy Andruzzi, Catherine Bolton, Sylvia Bragg, Sheilah Cotten, Lydia Rountree Crandall, Mary Denkler, Debbie Freeman, Latonya Hargrove, Rosie Thompson
East Carolina Lady Pirates Women's Basketball TicketsThe East Carolina University (ECU) Lady Pirates play at Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum in Greenville, North Carolina. The Lady Pirates are an NCAA Division I women's basketball team with a history of academic and sports excellence in women's basketball. In the 2014-15 women's basketball season, the team, coached by then-head coach Heather Macy, had 13 of its 17 players named to the school's Honor Roll, which is an incredible accomplishment considering the team's rigorous practice and game schedules. The purple and gold Pirates' school mascot is a friendly pirate named PeeDee, named after local rivers in the area. The mascot also celebrates the bounty hunters that soared the seas in the 16th and 17th centuries. During women's home and away basketball games, students and fans are encouraged to wear the school's colors to games to show school spirit. Grab East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
How much are East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball tickets?East Carolina University women's basketball tickets vary in price depending on who the ladies are playing and where the game will take place. Other information that affects ticket prices includes whether it's a conference game or a non-conference game. At the Lady Pirates home arena, there are several different seat types with different price points. There is also a student section that offers discounts to current students and alumni. The best way to keep up with Lady Pirates women's basketball ticket prices is to check regularly at StubHub.
Where do the East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball team play?The East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball team plays at the Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum. The arena opened in 1967 and seats about 8,000 fans. The venue is considered to be one of the best fan-friendly arenas in NCAA Division I college basketball. The Lady Pirates share the arena with the school's men's basketball team, men and women's gymnastics teams and occasional concerts or speeches.
Where can I get East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball tickets?It's easy to get East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball tickets online. Choose the best seats and purchase your tickets at StubHub.
What's the competition like for the East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball team?The East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball team competes in the American Athletic Conference (AAC). The conference features 12 teams, including UConn, USF, Cincinnati, UCF, Temple, Wichita State, Houston, Memphis, SMU, ECU and Tulane. The Lady Pirates have been in this conference since 2014 after spending many years in the C-USA. The team is still looking to get its first postseason appearance.
What is the East Carolina Lady Pirates' schedule?The East Carolina Lady Pirates women's basketball team begins regular-season games in early November. The ladies play about eight games every month from November to the end of February. If the Lady Pirates women's basketball team makes it to the postseason, the playoff games will begin in early March.
Who is the ECU Lady Pirates' head coach?Kim McNeil is the 10th head coach in the Lady Pirates basketball program history. McNeil was announced as the successor to Heather Macy in March 2019. Before being named as the head coach of the ECU Lady Pirates basketball team, the Virginia-native had spent time coaching a variety of women's teams with a significant history in creating defensive players.
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