Army Black Knights women's basketball

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Army Black Knights
Basketball current event.svg 2020–21 Army Black Knights women's basketball team
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University United States Military Academy
Head coachMissy Traversi (1st season)
Conference Patriot
Location West Point, New York
Arena Christl Arena
(Capacity: 5,043)
Nickname Black Knights
ColorsBlack, gold, and gray [1]
     
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NCAA Tournament Second round
Division II
1984, 1988
NCAA Tournament Appearances
Division II
1984, 1988
Division I
2006, 2014, 2016
Conference tournament champions
2006, 2014, 2016
Conference regular season champions
2016

The Army Black Knights women's basketball team is the women's basketball team that represents the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. The team currently competes in the Patriot League. The Black Knights are currently coached by Missy Traversi. [2]

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History

The Black Knights began to play in 1977. They played in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference from 1981 to 1983 and the Empire State Conference from 1984 to 1990 before joining the Patriot League in 1990. [3]

Postseason appearances

NCAA Division I Tournament appearances

The Black Knights have appeared in the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament three times. They have a record of 0-3.

Army players at the 2014 NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament in Maryland Army Women's Basketball at the 2014 NCAA tournament (13368674733).jpg
Army players at the 2014 NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament in Maryland
YearRoundOpponentResult
2006 First RoundTennesseeL 54-102
2014 First RoundMarylandL 52-90
2016 First RoundSyracuseL 56-73

NCAA Division II Tournament appearances

The Black Knights had a record of 2-2 in NCAA Division II Tournament appearances in their time spent in Division II.

YearRoundOpponentResult
1984 Regional Finals
Quarterfinals
Utica
Valdosta State
W 59-53
L 65-92
1988 Semifinals
Regional Finals
Gannon
Pittsburgh-Jonestown
W 68-53
L 66-71

WNIT appearances

The Black Knights have appeared in the Women's National Invitation Tournament twice. They have a record of 0-2.

YearRoundOpponentResult
2013 First RoundFordhamL 46-55
2015 First RoundSt. John'sL 56-64

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References

  1. Army Brand Guidelines (PDF). April 13, 2015. Retrieved June 28, 2020.
  2. "Missy Traversi Announced as Army West Point Women's Basketball Coach". goarmywestpoint.com. March 29, 2021. Retrieved March 29, 2021.
  3. "Army West Point Athletics - 2016-17 Women's Basketball Record Book" (PDF). www.goarmywestpoint.com.