TEXAS A&M AGGIES WOMENS BASKETBALL
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Texas A&M Aggies Womens Basketball Tickets
Conference: Southeastern Conference
Arena: Reed Arena
Location: College Station, Texas
Head Coach: Gary Blair
Texas A&M Womens Basketball TicketsThe Texas A&M women's basketball team competes in the NCAA's Southeastern Conference. The team first began to play during the 1974-1975 season under the direction of the team's first coach, Kay Don. The women's basketball team went 24-9 in their first season and were 56-37 during the three-year coaching tenure of Don. The Lynn Hickey-led women's basketball team at Texas A&M earned the program's first NCAA Tournament invitation following the 1993-1994 basketball season. The ride didn't end for Hickey and the Aggies that season until the Sweet Sixteen round of the tournament. The Aggies have made 16 total NCAA appearances and were champions of the tournament in 2011. The Aggies have also won conference championships in each of the three conferences in which the team has competed. The Texas A&M women's basketball team were crowned champions of the Southwest Conference in 1996. They were champions of the Big 12 Conference in 2008 and 2010 and also won the SEC Championship in 2013. You can purchase Texas A&M Aggies Womens Basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where can I see a Texas A&M Aggies women's basketball game?Home games for the Texas A&M Aggies women's basketball team are played at Reed Arena in College Station, Texas. The 12,989-seat arena opened in 1998 and is located on the west side of the Texas A&M campus. The arena attendance record is 13,888 and was set on January 19, 2016, when the Aggies hosted the LSU Tigers.
When can I see a Texas A&M Aggies women's basketball game?The 2019-2020 regular season for the women's basketball team at Texas A&M kicked off with a November 5 home game against Little Rock. The team ended their four-month regular season on the road at Colonial Life Arena against the South Carolina Gamecocks. The Aggies begin playing in the SEC Tournament on March 6. Get the Texas A&M Aggies Womens Basketball schedule at StubHub.
What players will I see at a Texas A&M Aggies women's basketball game?Junior guard Chennedy Carter is a two-time All-American and two-time All-SEC selection after just two seasons as a college basketball player. Carter also set the record for single-season scoring averages for Texas A&M women's basketball players as a freshman with 22.7 points per contest. Carter broke the record a year later when she averaged 23.3 points per game. Chennedy Carter averaged 21.3 points per game for the 2019-2020 regular season and scored 37 points against the Tennessee Volunteers on February 16. Kayla Wells is a junior guard that played her high school basketball at Grand Praire High School in Dallas Texas. Wells was the Southeastern Conference's most-improved scorer for the 2018-2019 season when she raised her scoring average to 15.1 from the 2.8 she scored the previous year. Wells averaged 12.9 points and 2.5 rebounds per game over the 2019-2020 regular season.
Who is the coach of the Texas A&M women's basketball team?Gary Blair is the longest-tenured coach in the history of the women's basketball program with 17 years on the job. The 383 coaching victories by Blair are the most in school history. His .707 winning percentage is also a school record. Blair has been a finalist for the Naismith Coach of the Year award on two occasions and led the Aggies to the championship in 2011.
What women's players have been honored by the Texas A&M women's basketball team?Danielle Adams was both an All-Big 12 and All-American selection in 2011. Adams was also named the Most Outstanding Player in the Women's Final Four the same year and scored 30 points in the national title game to lead her team to victory. Adams averaged a school-record of 19.5 points per game for her career and once held the record for total points scored. Danielle Adams was inducted into the Texas A&M Letterman Association Hall of Fame in 2017. The 1,977 points Takia Starks scored as a basketball player for the Texas A&M Aggies were the most in school history when she graduated in 2009. Starks was a four-year starter during her college career and set the school record with 178 three-pointers.
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