North Carolina Tar Heels women's basketball

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North Carolina Tar Heels women's basketball
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UniversityUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Head coach Courtney Banghart (1st season)
Conference ACC
Location Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Arena Carmichael Auditorium (1975–2008)
Dean Smith Center (2008–2009)
Carmichael Arena (2009–present)
(Capacity: 6,822)
Nickname Tar Heels
ColorsCarolina Blue and White [1]
         
Uniforms
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Home
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NCAA Tournament Champions
1994
NCAA Tournament Final Four
1994, 2006, 2007
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1994, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2014
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1984, 1986, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2014, 2015
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2019
Conference Tournament Champions
1984, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Conference Regular Season Champions
1997, 2005, 2006, 2008

The North Carolina Tar Heels women's basketball team represent the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Division I women's basketball. They are led by head coach Courtney Banghart, entering her first season.

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Home arenas

While historic Carmichael Auditorium was under renovation, the women's team played the 2008–09 season at the Dean Smith Center to the south of campus. The final game at the old Carmichael was an 82–51 rout of local rivals Duke in front of a sell-out 8,010 attendance, completing an unbeaten home and conference season. [2] Upon reopening, the building's name was changed to Carmichael Arena.

2019–20 roster

2019–20 North Carolina Tar Heels women's basketball team
PlayersCoaches
Pos.#NameHeightYearPrevious schoolHometown
G 1Taylor Koenen6 ft 2 in(1.88 m)Sr Shakopee Savage, MN
G 3Madinah Muhammad5 ft 8 in(1.73 m)RS Sr Whitney Young
Ole Miss
Chicago, IL
G 4Kennady Tucker5 ft 10 in(1.78 m)Fr North Little Rock Little Rock, AR
G 10Claudia Dickey5 ft 10 in(1.78 m)So Charlotte Latin Charlotte, NC
F 11Emily Sullivan6 ft 4 in(1.93 m)RS Jr Reitz Memorial Evansville, IN
G 14Liz Roberts (W)5 ft 8 in(1.73 m)Sr Durham Academy Chapel Hill, NC
G 15Olivia Smith6 ft 0 in(1.83 m)Sr Cardinal Gibbons Raleigh, NC
G 20Leah Church5 ft 8 in(1.73 m)JrForest Trail Academy Purlear, NC
F 21Malu Tshitenge6 ft 3 in(1.91 m)Fr St. John's College Germantown, MD
G 22Shayla Bennett5 ft 9 in(1.75 m)SrChrist Church School
Gulf Coast State
Piedmont, SC
C 30Janelle Bailey6 ft 4 in(1.93 m)RS Jr Lake Highland Prep Ocoee, FL
G 32Nia Daniel5 ft 10 in(1.78 m)Fr Hickory Ridge Charlotte, NC
G 33Lexi Duckett5 ft 11 in(1.8 m)Fr Father Lopez Daytona Beach, FL
C 34Naomi Van Nes6 ft 6 in(1.98 m)Sr Hamden Country Day Dorchester, England
F 44Jaelynn Murray6 ft 2 in(1.88 m)Jr Dreher Columbia, SC
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Roster
Last update: November 26, 2019


Retired and honored jerseys

For a player to have her jersey honored and hung in the Carmichael Auditorium rafters, she must have been a first-team All-American, been a member of an Olympic team as an undergraduate, or been selected by the coaches as Most Valuable Player of a national championship team. For retiring a jersey, a player must be named national player of the year. [3]

Name  #  
RetiredCharlotte Smith23
Ivory Latta 12
  Honored  Marsha Mann44
  Bernadette McGlade  14
Kathy Crawford25
Tresa Brown24
Pam Leake20
Tonya Sampson34
Sylvia Crawley 00
Marion Jones 20
Tracy Reid 00
LaQuanda Barksdale33
Nikki Teasley 44
Camille Little 20
Erlana Larkins 2

All-time record

The women's basketball team was officially established in 1971 as part of the Department of Physical Education. In 1974, basketball and several other women's sports came under the direction of the athletic department with Angela Lumpkin as coach. Conference play began in 1978, with a first qualification for the NCAA Tournament in 1983. [3]

Conference tournament winners noted with #

SeasonTeamOverallConferenceStandingPostseasonCoaches' pollAP poll
Angela Lumpkin(Independent)(1974–1977)
1974–75Angela Lumpkin15–3 NWIT First Round
1975–76Angela Lumpkin16–7 NCAIAW Tournament
1976–77Angela Lumpkin8–16 NCAIAW Tournament
Angela Lumpkin:39–26 
Atlantic Coast Conference
Jennifer Alley(ACC)(1977–1986)
1977–78Jennifer Alley16–136–43rdAIAW Southern Region II
1978–79Jennifer Alley18–144–54thAIAW Region II Tournament
1979–80Jennifer Alley21–155–5T-4thNWIT Finals
1980–81Jennifer Alley17–145–45thNCAIAW Tournament
1981–82Jennifer Alley17–1210–33rd
1982–83Jennifer Alley22–810–3T-2ndNCAA First Round18
1983–84Jennifer Alley24–89–5T-3rd#NCAA Sweet Sixteen14
1984–85Jennifer Alley21–1111–32ndNCAA First Round
1985–86Jennifer Alley23–910–42ndNCAA Sweet Sixteen1516
Jennifer Alley:179–10470–36
Sylvia Hatchell(ACC)(1986–2019)
1986–87Sylvia Hatchell19–109–53rdNCAA Second Round (Bye)
1987–88Sylvia Hatchell10–174–106th
1988–89Sylvia Hatchell10–201–138th
1989–90Sylvia Hatchell13–153–118th
1990–91Sylvia Hatchell12–162–128th
1991–92Sylvia Hatchell22–99–7T-3rdNCAA Second Round (Bye)
1992–93Sylvia Hatchell23–711–5T-2ndNCAA Sweet Sixteen1517
1993–94Sylvia Hatchell32–214–22ndNCAA Champions14
1994–95Sylvia Hatchell30–512–42ndNCAA Sweet Sixteen1111
1995–96Sylvia Hatchell13–148–85th
1996–97Sylvia Hatchell29–315–11stNCAA Sweet Sixteen94
1997–98Sylvia Hatchell27–711–54thNCAA Elite Eight37
1998–99Sylvia Hatchell28–811–5T-3rdNCAA Sweet Sixteen1414
1999–2000Sylvia Hatchell20–138–95thNCAA Sweet Sixteen18
2000–01Sylvia Hatchell15–147–97th
2001–02Sylvia Hatchell26–911–52ndNCAA Sweet Sixteen1116
2002–03Sylvia Hatchell28–613–32ndNCAA Second Round1512
2003–04Sylvia Hatchell24–712–42ndNCAA First Round2112
2004–05Sylvia Hatchell30–412–2T-1stNCAA Elite Eight64
2005–06Sylvia Hatchell33–213–11stNCAA Final Four31
2006–07Sylvia Hatchell34–411–32ndNCAA Final Four32
2007–08Sylvia Hatchell33–314–01stNCAA Elite Eight52
2008–09Sylvia Hatchell28–710–44thNCAA Second Round1711
2009–10Sylvia Hatchell19–126–8T-7thNCAA First Round
2010–11Sylvia Hatchell28–98–66thNCAA Sweet Sixteen1214
2011–12Sylvia Hatchell20–119–7T-6th
2012–13Sylvia Hatchell29–714–4T-2nd NCAA Second Round 1813
2013–14Sylvia Hatchell27–1010–6T-5th NCAA Elite Eight 1213
2014–15Sylvia Hatchell26–910–66th NCAA Sweet Sixteen 1512
2015-16Sylvia Hatchell14–184–1212th
2016-17Sylvia Hatchell15–163–13T–13
2017-18Sylvia Hatchell14–154–1213th
2018-19Sylvia Hatchell18–158–88th NCAA First Round
Sylvia Hatchell:750–324297–209
Courtney Banghart (ACC)(2019–present)
2019-20Courtney Banghart3–00–0
Total:970–453

      National champion        Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion        Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion      Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

NCAA Tournament results

YearSeedRoundOpponentResult
1983 #7First Round#2 GeorgiaL 72-70
1984 #2First Round
Sweet Sixteen
#7 St. John's
#3 Cheyney
W 81-79 (OT)
L 73-72 (OT)
1985 #6First Round#3 Penn StateL 98-79
1986 #4First Round
Sweet Sixteen
#5 UNLV
#1 USC
W 82-76
L 84-70
1987 #4First Round#5 Old DominionL 76-58
1992 #7First Round
Second Round
#10 Old Dominion
#2 Miami (FL)
W 60-54
L 86-72
1993 #4First Round
Second Round
#5 Alabama
#1 Tennessee
W 74-73 (OT)
L 74-54
1994 #3First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
Championship
#14 Georgia Southern
#6 Old Dominion
#2 Vanderbilt
#1 Connecticut
#1 Purdue
#3 Louisiana Tech
W 101-53
W 62-52
W 73-69
W 81-69
W 89-74
W 60-59
1995 #3First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#14 Western Illinois
#6 Seton Hall
#2 Stanford
W 89-48
W 59-45
L 81-71
1997 #1First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#16 Harvard
#8 Michigan State
#5 George Washington
W 78-53
W 81-71
L 55-46
1998 #2First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#15 Howard
#7 FIU
#3 Illinois
#1 Tennessee
W 91-71
W 85-72
W 80-74
L 76-70
1999 #4First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#13 Northeastern
#5 Alabama
#1 Purdue
W 64-55
W 70-56
L 82-59
2000 #5First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#12 Maine
#13 Rice
#1 Georgia
W 62-57
W 83-50
L 83-57
2002 #4First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#13 Harvard
#5 Minnesota
#1 Vanderbilt
W 85-58
W 72-69
L 70-61
2003 #3First Round
Second Round
#14 Austin Peay
#6 Colorado
W 72-70
L 86-67
2004 #4First Round#13 MTSUL 67-62
2005 #1First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#16 Coppin State
#9 George Washington
#5 Arizona State
#2 Baylor
W 97-62
W 71-47
W 79-72
L 72-63
2006 #1First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
#16 UC Riverside
#8 Vanderbilt
#4 Purdue
#2 Tennessee
#1 Maryland
W 75-51
W 89-70
W 70-68
W 75-63
L 81-70
2007 #1First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
#16 Prairie View A&M
#9 Notre Dame
#5 George Washington
#2 Purdue
#1 Tennessee
W 95-38
W 60-51
W 70-56
W 84-72
L 56-50
2008 #1First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#16 Bucknell
#8 Georgia
#4 Louisville
#2 LSU
W 85-50
W 80-66
W 78-74
L 56-50
2009 #3First Round
Second Round
#14 UCF
#6 Purdue
W 85-80
L 85-70
2010 #10First Round#7 GonzagaL 82-76
2011 #5First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#12 Fresno State
#4 Kentucky
#1 Stanford
W 82-68
W 86-74
L 72-65
2013 #3First Round
Second Round
#14 Albany
#6 Delaware
W 59-54
L 78-69
2014 #4First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#13 UT Martin
#5 Michigan State
#1 South Carolina
#2 Stanford
W 60-58
W 62-53
W 65-58
L 74-65
2015 #4First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#13 Liberty
#5 Ohio State
#1 South Carolina
W 71-65
W 86-84
L 67-65
2019 #9First Round#8 CaliforniaL 92-72

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The 2019–20 North Carolina Tar Heels women's basketball team represents the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill during the 2019–20 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Tar Heels, led by first year head coach Courtney Banghart, play their games at Carmichael Arena and are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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