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First Season: 1975-1976
Division and Conference: NCAA Division I, Southeastern Conference
2018-2019 Record: 16-13 Overall, 7-9 Conference, 11-6 Home Games, 5-6 Away Games, 0-1 Neutral
LSU Lady Tigers Women's Basketball TicketsThe LSU Lady Tigers have been conference regular season champions only a few times (2005, 2006, 2008), and they've only been conference tournament champions twice (1991, 2003). However, where the team has excelled is in NCAA Tournament play. Since 1984, the Lady Tigers have made it to the NCAA Tournament a whopping 26 times, with many of those appearances being part of a consecutive string. For example, the Lady Tigers earned yearly NCAA Tournament appearances from 1999 to 2015. Five of those appearances (2004-2008) got the team all the way to the coveted Final Four matchup. Although 2018-2019 did not result in an NCAA Tournament berth for the Lady Tigers, the season still had fantastic performances from a few players, such as Ayana Mitchell, who was named to the All-SEC Team and Khayla Porter who was the team leader in assists and steals with 131 and 48, respectively. Get your LSU Lady Tigers Basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where does the LSU Lady Tigers women's basketball team play its home games?Pete Maravich Assembly Center is the home stadium for the LSU Lady Tigers women's basketball team. Also known as the PMAC, this facility has an impressive capacity of 13,215. Including indoor and outdoor spaces, the PMAC is a total of 3,113,380 cubic feet in size.
What year did the LSU Lady Tigers women's basketball team join the Southeastern Conference?The Lady Tigers women's basketball team first became members of the Southeastern Conference for the 1979-1980 season.
Who are some LSU Lady Tigers women's basketball alumnae Hall of Famers?Pokey Chatman earned numerous honors while playing for LSU, such as All-American honors from the United States Basketball Writers Association, State Farm and Basketball Weekly. Her senior year, Chatman posted 576 points and booked 157 assists, and she still holds the record for number of steals with 346. In 1991, the Lady Tigers, with Chatman's help, won the SEC Tournament and Chatman was named MVP of the tournament. Joyce Walker garnered State Farm All-American honors twice, which had never happened in LSU history. She graduated with 2,906 points under her belt, which puts her as the No. 1 scorer in LSU history and the No. 3 in the history of the SEC. She was inducted into the LSU Hall of Fame in 2017 and the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 1997.
Who is the head coach of the LSU Lady Tigers women's basketball team?The 2018-2019 season was Coach Nikki Fargas' eighth season at the helm of the LSU Lady Tigers women's basketball team. The overall record for those eight years is 148-106, making her one of the most winningest coaches in the program's history. Additionally, four of her seasons with LSU have been 20-win seasons, and she has gotten the team to NCAA Tournament play six times, including consecutive trips to the Sweet Sixteen. Fargas also led the UCLA Bruins for three years. During her time there, she transformed the team into a force to be reckoned with. Her combined record of wins for UCLA and LSU stood at 220-132 at the end of the 2018-2019 season. As a player, she went by Nikki Caldwell and was instrumental in Tennessee's national title win during the 1990-1991 season.
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