GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS WOMENS BASKETBALL
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Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference
Arena: McCamish Pavilion
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Coach: Nell Fortner
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Women's Basketball TicketsThe Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball team plays its basketball in the NCAA's Atlantic Coast Conference. The first year of competition for the team was the 1974-1975 season. This first year was a tough one for coach Jim Culpepper and his players as the team finished with a 6-16 record. It did not take long for things to get better, however, as three years later the women's basketball team at Georgia Tech posted a record of 23-4. The team made the first of its nine appearances in the NCAA tournament in 1993. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's team last appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 2014. The team's sole appearance in the Sweet Sixteen round of the tournament happened in 2012. The Yellow Jackets women's basketball team has survived until the second round of the tournament on four occasions. You can purchase Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where can I see a Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball game?The women's basketball team at Georgia Tech University plays its home games at McCamish Arena. The 8,600-seat arena opened in time for the Yellow Jackets' 2012-2013 season. The arena sports a state-of-the-art video board and provides the women's basketball team at Georgia Tech a true home-court advantage with its loud but cozy atmosphere.
When can I see a Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball game?The start of the regular season for the 2019-2020 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball team was an October 30 home game against the Clayton State Lakers. The final game of the season is on the road against the Clemson Tigers March 1. The Yellow Jackets will appear in the ACC Tournament three days later on March 4.
What players will I see at a Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball game?Senior Francesca Pan began her career in 2016-2017 with five ACC Rookie of the Year awards and took home ACC Freshman of the Year honors. Pan is averaging just over 12 points and nearly four rebounds a game this season. She has also logged 69 total assists. Sophomore Lotta-Maj Lahtinen is a native of Finland and was a solid contributor for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball team as a freshman. This year, Lahtinen is receiving starter's minutes and is averaging nine points per contest. Lorela Cubaj is a six-foot-four-inch forward who hails from Terni, Italy. Cubaj is playing in her third season at Georgia Tech and is a top team contributor with more than 10 points a game. Cubaj also logged 217 rebounds in the first 27 games of the 2019-2020 basketball season.
Who is the coach of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball team?Nell Fortner took over as the sixth women's basketball coach for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on April 9, 2019. Fortner is a coach with a proven track record and has won more than 300 games as a coach at various levels. Fortner-led teams have won Big Ten and Southeastern Conference Championships. Fortner has coached the Indiana Fever of the WNBA and led the U.S. national women's team to a gold medal at the 2000 Olympics.
What Yellow Jackets women basketball players have been honored by Georgia Tech University?Dolores Bootz left Georgia Tech University with 12 school records. Bootz was a legitimate triple-double threat each time she suited up for a game at Georgia Tech. Furthermore, it was not unlikely for Bootz to be sitting on the bench at halftime because the score was already completely out of hand. Another fact that attests to the dominance of Bootz is that she continues to hold the record for scoring average at the school despite beginning her collegiate career before the three-point shot was implemented. Kisha Ford scored 1,955 points during her four years at Georgia Tech and was the team's all-time leading scorer at the time of her departure. Ford was named to the All-ACC First Team in 1997 after averaging 20.3 points and 8.6 rebounds per game. Ford averaged 17.9 points a game during her four years at Georgia Tech and the 92 steals she registered over the 1993-1994 season is still the all-time best at the school. Get the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Women's Basketball schedule at StubHub to watch more history being made.
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