SYRACUSE ORANGE WOMENS BASKETBALL
Looking for Syracuse Orange Womens Basketball outside the UK?Take me there
Check out one of our international sites.
Syracuse Orange Womens Basketball tickets
Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference
Arena: Carrier Dome
Location: Syracuse, NY
Head Coach: Quentin Hillsman
Syracuse Orange Women's Basketball TicketsThe Syracuse Orange women's basketball team competes in the NCAA's Atlantic Coast Conference. The first of the five head coaches the women's basketball team at Syracuse hired in their history was Muriel Smith in 1971. Smith coached the Orange to a 5-5 record in the team's inaugural season. Smith coached the team at Syracuse for a total of seven seasons and compiled a 57-33 record. The 2015-2016 season was the most successful for the Syracuse Orange women's team thus far. The team compiled a 30-8 overall record and was 13-3 in conference play. Under the current head coach, Quentin Hillsman, the run for the 2015-2016 Syracuse Orange women's basketball team ended with a trip to the finals in the NCAA Tournament. The team lost in the finals to Connecticut and fell just one game short of winning the championship. You can purchase Syracuse Orange women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where can I see a Syracuse Orange women's basketball game?Home games for the Syracuse Orange women's basketball team are played at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, NY. The stadium is the only one of its kind in the Northeast and can seat more than 49,000 fans. The Carrier Dome is also the largest facility of its kind that can be found on a college campus.
When can I see a Syracuse Orange women's basketball game?The 2019-2020 regular season for the women's basketball team at Syracuse began on November 5 with a home game against Ohio University. The four-month regular season ends for the Orange at the Carrier Dome March 1 against Boston College.
What players will I see at a Syracuse Orange women's basketball game?Junior guard Kiara Lewis tallied 13 double-digit scoring efforts for the Orange a year ago. This was after Lewis was forced to sit out a season due to NCAA transfer rules. Lewis averaged 17.9 points and 4.3 rebounds per game in the 2019-2020 regular season. She also has 144 total assists. Emily Engstler is a sophomore guard who played her high school basketball at St. Francis Prep in New York City. Engstler scored in double-digits five times as a freshman, including a 17-point effort against Pittsburgh. Her high-point game for the 2019-2020 regular season was the 22 points she scored against Notre Dame on January 5. Junior Forward Digna Strautmane is a 6-foot-2 forward from Riga, Latvia. The season-high for Strautmane in her sophomore campaign was the 22 she scored in a game against Pittsburgh. Strautmane averaged 9 points and 4.4 rebounds per game for the 2019-2020 regular season.
Who is the coach of the Syracuse Orange women's basketball team?Quentin Hillsman took over as coach of the Syracuse Orange women's basketball team on October 17, 2006. The program Hillsman inherited was 28-55 in the three seasons prior to his arrival. Hillsman has led the women's basketball team at Syracuse to 12 postseason appearances that include seven NCAA tournaments in his 13 years as coach. He has also coached five All-Americans and 17 players who earned all-conference honors. Four of Hillsman's players at Syracuse were drafted by a WNBA team following their time at the school.
What women's basketball players have been honored by Syracuse University?Alexis Peterson is the first Syracuse University women's basketball player to be named to the Division 1 Coaches All-American team by the WBCA. Peterson was a major part of the 2015-2016 Orange team that ended the season as national runner-ups. She also scored a school record of 29 points against the Tennessee Volunteers in the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament. The following season was more of the same for Peterson as her 23.4 points per game average was enough to lead the ACC. Peterson finished second in the ACC for assists and steals per game with seven and three respectively. Brittney Sykes was the seventh overall selection in the 2017 WNBA draft. Sykes' 1,846 points are third all-time for women's basketball players at Syracuse. She also has the most starts for a female basketball player in team history with 137.
Epic events and incredible deals straight to your inbox.