UT Martin Skyhawks women's basketball

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UT Martin Skyhawks women's basketball
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UniversityUniversity of Tennessee at Martin
Head coach Kevin McMillan (8th season)
Conference Ohio Valley
Location Martin, Tennessee
Arena Skyhawk Arena
(Capacity: 4,238)
Nickname Skyhawks
ColorsNavy Blue and Orange [1]
         
NCAA Tournament Appearances
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
AIAW Tournament Elite Eight
1972
AIAW Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1972
AIAW Tournament Appearances
1972
Conference Tournament Champions
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Conference Regular Season Champions
1999, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2020

The UT Martin Skyhawks women's basketball team is the team that represents the University of Tennessee at Martin in Martin, Tennessee, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Ohio Valley Conference. [2]

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History

Since beginning play in 1969, the Skyhawks have an all-time record of 578-687, per the end of the 2015-16 season. They appeared in the inaugural AIAW Women's Basketball Tournament in 1972, beating Long Beach State 53-43 in the First Round before losing to Mississippi University for Women state college 43-25. Since 1999, the Skyhawks have won the Ohio Valley Conference season title five times while also winning the tournament four times, two of them being both in the same year. They have also made three appearances in the WNIT (1999, 2015, 2016). [3] [4] [5]

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The 2013–14 Tennessee–Martin Skyhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Skyhawks, led by fifth year head coach Jason James, played their home games at Skyhawk Arena and were members of the West Division of the Ohio Valley Conference. They finished the season 8–23, 3–13 in OVC play to finish in last place in the West Division. They failed to qualify for the Ohio Valley Tournament.

The 2014–15 Tennessee–Martin Skyhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2014–15 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Skyhawks, led by first-year head coach Heath Schroyer, played their home games at Skyhawk Arena and were members of the West Division of the Ohio Valley Conference. They finished the season 21–13, 10–6 in OVC play to finish in second place in the West Division. They lost in the quarterfinals of the OVC Tournament to Morehead State. They were invited to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament where they defeated Northwestern State in the first round, USC Upstate in the second round, and Eastern Kentucky in the quarterfinals. In the CIT semifinals, they lost to Evansville.

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The 2015–16 UT Martin Skyhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2015–16 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Skyhawks, led by second year head coach Heath Schroyer, played their home games at Skyhawk Arena and were members of the West Division of the Ohio Valley Conference. They finished the season 20–15, 10–6 in OVC play to share the West Division championship with Murray State. They defeated Morehead State to advance to the championship game of the OVC Tournament where they lost to Austin Peay. They were invited to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament where they defeated Central Michigan in the first round before losing in the second round to Ball State.

The 2016–17 UT Martin Skyhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2016–17 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Skyhawks, led by first-year head coach Anthony Stewart, played their home games at Skyhawk Arena as members of the West Division of the Ohio Valley Conference. They finished the season 22–13, 10–6 in OVC play to win the West Division championship. As the No. 2 seed in the OVC Tournament, they defeated Murray State before losing to Jacksonville State in the championship game. They were invited to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament where they defeated UNC Asheville in the First Round before losing in the Second Round to Campbell.

Anthony Stewart (basketball coach) American basketball coach

Anthony W. Stewart was an American college basketball coach. His last position was as head coach of the UT Martin Skyhawks. Since Stewart joined the Skyhawk program as the associate head coach under Heath Schroyer in 2014, the team won 94 games, the most in a six-year time period since they became part of Division I. Stewart was responsible of the team's three straight 20-win campaigns from 2014-2017, a first for the UT team. Also in that span, the Skyhawks won five postseason games and was the only Ohio Valley Conference school to win at least one postseason game in each of the last three seasons. Coach Stewart had gone on to coach over 15 professional players during his coaching career.

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The 2017–18 UT Martin Skyhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2017–18 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Skyhawks, led by second-year head coach Anthony Stewart, played their home games at Skyhawk Arena as members of the Ohio Valley Conference. They finished the season 10–21, 5–13 in OVC play to finish in a three-way tie for ninth place. They failed to qualify for the OVC Tournament.

The 2016–17 UT Martin Skyhawks women's basketball team represented University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2016–17 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Skyhawks, led by eighth year head coach Kevin McMillan, played their home games at Skyhawk Arena as members of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC). The team finished the season with a 12–19 overall, 8–8 OVC record in a fourth-place tie.

The 2018–19 UT Martin Skyhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2018–19 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Skyhawks, led by third-year head coach Anthony Stewart, played their home games at Skyhawk Arena as members of the Ohio Valley Conference. They finished the season 12–19, 6–12 in OVC play to finish in a four-way tie for seventh place. As the No. 7 seed in the OVC Tournament they defeated Eastern Illinois in the first round before losing in the quarterfinals to Jacksonville State.

The 2019–20 UT Martin Skyhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2019–20 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Skyhawks, led by fourth-year head coach Anthony Stewart, played their home games at Skyhawk Arena as members of the Ohio Valley Conference. They finished the season 9–20, 5–13 in OVC play to finish in a tie for 10th place. They failed to qualify for the OVC Tournament.

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