Miami Hurricanes women's basketball

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Miami Hurricanes women's basketball
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University University of Miami
Head coach Katie Meier (17th season)
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
Location Coral Gables, Florida
Arena Watsco Center
Nickname Hurricanes
ColorsOrange, green, and white [1]
     
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NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1992
NCAA Tournament Second round
1992, 1993, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2022
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1989, 1992, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2022
Conference tournament champions
1991, 1992, 1993
Conference regular season champions
1992, 1993, 2011

The Miami Hurricanes women's basketball team represents the University of Miami in women's basketball. The school competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

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Miami Hurricanes women's basketball team plays their home games at Watsco Center on the University of Miami campus in Coral Gables, Florida. [2] The team's head coach is Katie Meier.

Season-by-season record

Watsco Center, the home arena of the Miami Hurricanes women's basketball team, on the University of Miami campus, May 2009 BankUnited Center.JPG
Watsco Center, the home arena of the Miami Hurricanes women's basketball team, on the University of Miami campus, May 2009

As of the 2021–22 season, the Hurricanes have a 830–585 all-time record since the program's launch in 1972. The team's best finish in the NCAA tournament was in 1992 when they reached the Sweet Sixteen, losing to Vanderbilt 77–67 in the tournament's regional semifinals. [3]

SeasonCoachRecordConferenceConference RecordPostseason Finish
1972–73Barry Schimer2–6FAIAWn/a (5th in Tournament)n/a
1973–74Barry Schimer6–3FAIAWn/a (5th in Tournament)n/a
1974–75Barry Schimer8–6FAIAWn/a (2nd in Tournament)n/a
1975–76Shula Feuer7–13FAIAWn/a (5th in Tournament)n/a
1976–77Shula Feuer9–11FAIAWn/a (T-3rd in Tournament)n/a
1977–78Isabella Hutchinson8–8FAIAWn/a (5th in Tournament)n/a
1978–79Lin Dunn10–13FAIAWn/a (5th in Tournament)n/a
1979–80Lin Dunn18–16FAIAWn/a (T-3rd in Tournament)n/a
1980–81Lin Dunn24–15FAIAWn/a (1st in Tournament)n/a
1981–82Lin Dunn19–10FAIAWn/a (T-3rd in Tournament)n/a
1982–83Lin Dunn14–13n/an/an/a
1983–84Lin Dunn19–12n/an/an/a
1984–85Lin Dunn21–7n/an/an/a
1985–86Lin Dunn9–18n/an/an/a
1986–87Lin Dunn15–15n/an/an/a
1987–88Ken Patrick14–13n/an/an/a
1988–89Ferne Labati21–8n/an/aNCAA First Round
1989–90Ferne Labati25–6n/an/aWNIT First Round
1990–91Ferne Labati20–10NSWAC9–3 (1st in Tournament)n/a
1991–92Ferne Labati30–2Big East Conference18–0 (1st)NCAA Sweet 16
1992–93Ferne Labati24–7Big East Conference15–3 (T-1st)NCAA Second Round
1993–94Ferne Labati10–17Big East Conference7–11 (T-6th)n/a
1994–95Ferne Labati11–16Big East Conference8–10 (6th)n/a
1995–96Ferne Labati14–13Big East Conference9–9 (T-4th, T-1st in BE 7)n/a
1996–97Ferne Labati15–14Big East Conference8–10 (T-6th, T-2nd in BE 7)n/a
1997–98Ferne Labati19–10Big East Conference13–5 (3rd, 2nd in BE 7)NCAA First Round
1998–99Ferne Labati15–14Big East Conference9–9 (T-6th)WNIT First Round
1999-00Ferne Labati14–15Big East Conference7–9 (T-6th)n/a
2000–01Ferne Labati13–15Big East Conference6–10 (T-8th)n/a
2001–02Ferne Labati19–12Big East Conference10–6 (5th)WNIT First Round
2002–03Ferne Labati18–13Big East Conference8–8 (7th)NCAA First Round
2003–04Ferne Labati22–7Big East Conference11–5 (T-4th)NCAA First Round
2004–05Ferne Labati13–16Atlantic Coast Conference4–10 9thn/a
2005–06 Katie Meier 17–13Atlantic Coast Conference6–8 6thWNIT Second Round
2006–07Katie Meier11–19Atlantic Coast Conference2–12 (11th)n/a
2007–08Katie Meier9–21Atlantic Coast Conference2–12 (T-10th)n/a
2008–09Katie Meier13–17Atlantic Coast Conference2–12 (T-10th)n/a
2009–10Katie Meier22–14Atlantic Coast Conference4–10 (T-10th)WNIT Finals
2010–11Katie Meier28–5Atlantic Coast Conference12–2 (T-1st)NCAA Second Round
2011–12Katie Meier26–6Atlantic Coast Conference14–2 (2nd)NCAA Second Round
2012–13Katie Meier21–11Atlantic Coast Conference11–7 (T-4th)NCAA First Round
2013–14Katie Meier16–15Atlantic Coast Conference8–8 (8th)WNIT First Round
2014–15Katie Meier20–13Atlantic Coast Conference8–8 (8th)NCAA Second Round
2015–16Katie Meier24–9Atlantic Coast Conference10–6 (T-5th)NCAA First Round
2016–17Katie Meier24–9Atlantic Coast Conference10–6 (7th)NCAA second round
2017–18Katie Meier21–11Atlantic Coast Conference10–6 (T-6th)NCAA first round
2018–19Katie Meier25–9Atlantic Coast Conference12–4 (T-3rd)NCAA second round
2019–20Katie Meier15–15Atlantic Coast Conference7–11 (T-11th)
2020–21Katie Meier11–11Atlantic Coast Conference8–10 (T-9th)
2021–22Katie Meier21–13Atlantic Coast Conference10–8 (T-7th)NCAA Second Round

NCAA tournament results

YearSeedRoundOpponentResult
1989 #8First Round(9) Oklahoma StateL 69–93
1992 #2Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
(7) North Carolina
(3) Vanderbilt
W 86–72
L 67–77
1993 #5First Round
Second Round
(12) St. Peter's
(4) Western Kentucky
W 61–44
L 63–78
1998 #11First Round(6) ClemsonL 49–60
2003 #11First Round(6) New MexicoL 85–91
2004 #5First Round(12) MarylandL 85–86
2011 #3First Round
Second Round
(14) Gardner-Webb
(6) Oklahoma
W 80–62
L 83–88
2012 #3First Round
Second Round
(14) Idaho State
(11) Gonzaga
W 70–42
L 54–65
2013 #8First Round(9) Iowa L 53–69
2015 #11First Round
Second Round
(6) Washington
(3) Iowa
W 86–80
L 70–88
2016 #5First Round(12) South Dakota State L 71–74
2017 #4First Round
Second Round
(13) Florida Gulf Coast
(12) Quinnipiac
W 62–60
L 78–85
2018 #8First Round(9) Quinnipiac L 72–86
2019 #4First Round
Second Round
(13) Florida Gulf Coast
(5) Arizona State
W 69–62
L 55–57
2022 #8First Round
Second Round
(9) South Florida
(1) South Carolina
W 78–66
L 33–49

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