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|Temple Owls women's basketball|
|Head coach||Tonya Cardoza (10th season)|
|Arena|| Liacouras Center |
(Capacity: 10,206; 3,900)
|Colors||Cherry and White |
|NCAA Tournament Second round|
|1989, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2011|
|NCAA Tournament Appearances|
|1989, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2017|
|Conference Tournament Champions|
|2002, 2004, 2005, 2006|
The Temple Owls women's basketball team represents Temple University in women's basketball. The school competes in the American Athletic Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Owls play home basketball games at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
As of the 2015–16 season, the Owls have an 805–657 record. They have made 10 appearances in the NCAA Tournament (1989, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011), with a 5–10 record. They previously played in the Atlantic-10 Conference from 1983 to 2013. They have also made 6 appearances in the Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) (1982, 1983, 2001, 2012, 2015, 2016). They have also finished as the Philadelphia Big 5 champions in 1983, 1986, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 (co-champ), and 2011.
|Season||Coach||Record||Conference Record||Postseason Finish|
|1923–24||Blanche Voorhees Brown||12–0||n/a||n/a|
|1924–25||Blanche Voorhees Brown||6–6||n/a||n/a|
|1925–26||Blanche Voorhees Brown||1–5||n/a||n/a|
|1937–38||Blanche Voorhees Brown||3–1||n/a||n/a|
|1938–39||Blanche Voorhees Brown||4–2||n/a||n/a|
|1939–40||Blanche Voorhees Brown||6–1||n/a||n/a|
|1946–47||Grace Shuler McGoey||7–1||n/a||n/a|
|1951–52||Patricia Collins Morris||5–3||n/a||n/a|
|1952–53||Anne McConaghie Volp||6–1||n/a||n/a|
|1953–54||Anne McConaghie Volp||7–1||n/a||n/a|
|1975–76||Ronnie Maurek||5–14||n/a||EAIAW Tournament|
|1977–78||Ronnie Maurek||7–14||n/a||EAIAW Tournament|
|1981–82||Linda MacDonald||20–11||n/a||WNIT 5th place|
|1983–84||Linda MacDonald||17–10||5–3 (4th)||n/a|
|1984–85||Linda MacDonald||20–9||5–3 (4th)||n/a|
|1985–86||Linda MacDonald||15–13||8–8 (3rd)||n/a|
|1986–87||Linda MacDonald||11–18||9–9 (4th)||n/a|
|1987–88||Linda MacDonald||14–15||9–9 (5th)||n/a|
|1988–89||Linda MacDonald||22–10||14–4 (3rd)||NCAA Second Round|
|1989–90||Linda MacDonald||16–15||11–7 (5th)||n/a|
|1990–91||Charlene Curtis||13–15||10–8 (T-5th)||n/a|
|1991–92||Charlene Curtis||11–17||8–8 (T-5th)||n/a|
|1992–93||Charlene Curtis||8–19||3–11 (7th)||n/a|
|1993–94||Charlene Curtis||7–21||2–14 9th||n/a|
|1994–95||Charlene Curtis||2–25||0–16 9th||n/a|
|1995–96||Kristen Foley||7–21||3–13 (T-5th)||n/a|
|1996–97||Kristen Foley||10–18||4–12 (T-4th)||n/a|
|1997–98||Kristen Foley||10–17||3–13 (T-5th)||n/a|
|1998–99||Kristen Foley||8–19||4–12 (T-4th)||n/a|
|1999-00||Kristen Foley||10–18||5–11 T-(T-3rd)||n/a|
|2000–01||Dawn Staley||19–11||11–5 (3rd)||WNIT Appearance|
|2001–02||Dawn Staley||20–11||12–4 T-(1st)||NCAA Tournament|
Regular Season Co-Champions
|2002–03||Dawn Staley||14–15||9–7 (2nd)||n/a|
|2003–04||Dawn Staley||21–10||14–2 (1st)||NCAA Tournament|
Regular Season Champs
|2004–05||Dawn Staley||28–4||16–0 (1st)||NCAA Second Round|
Regular Season Champions
|2005–06||Dawn Staley||24–8||12–4 (3rd)||NCAA Tournament|
|2006–07||Dawn Staley||25–8||13–1 (2nd)||NCAA Second Round|
|2007–08||Dawn Staley||21–13||12–2 (T-1st)||NCAA Tournament|
A-10 Regular Season Co-Champions
|2008–09||Tonya Cardoza||21–10||11–3 (T-2nd)||NCAA Tournament|
|2009–10||Tonya Cardoza||25 9||11–3 (T-2nd)||NCAA Second Round|
|2010–11||Tonya Cardoza||24–9||13–1 (2nd)||NCAA Second Round|
|2011–12||Tonya Cardoza||23–10||13–1 (1st)||n/a|
|2013–14||Tonya Cardoza||14–16||8–10 (T-5th)||n/a|
|2014–15||Tonya Cardoza||20–17||12–6 (4th)||WNIT Final Four|
|2015–16||Tonya Cardoza||23–12||13–5 (3rd)||n/a|
|2016–17||Tonya Cardoza||24–8||13–3 (2nd)||NCAA First Round|
|2017–18||Tonya Cardoza||12–19||3–13 (T-11th)||n/a|
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