Virginia Tech Hokies women's basketball

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Virginia Tech Hokies Women's Basketball
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University Virginia Tech
Head coach Kenny Brooks (7th season)
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
Location Blacksburg, Virginia
Arena Cassell Coliseum
Nickname Hokies
ColorsChicago maroon and burnt orange [1]
   
Uniforms
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Home
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Alternate
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1999
NCAA Tournament Second round
1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2021
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2021, 2022
Conference tournament champions
Metro: 1994
Atlantic 10: 1998
Conference regular season champions
Atlantic 10: 1999

The Virginia Tech Hokies Women's Basketball team represents Virginia Tech in women's basketball. The school competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). They are currently coached by Kenny Brooks. The Hokies play home basketball games at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Virginia. [2]

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Season-by-season record

As of the 2015–16 season, the Hokies have a 622–546 all-time record, with 9 appearances in the NCAA Tournament. They played in the Metro Conference from the 1981–82 season to the 1994–95 season. They played in the Atlantic 10 Conference from the 1995–96 season to the 1999–00 season. They played in the Big East Conference from the 2000–01 season to the 2003–04 season. They have played in the Atlantic Coast Conference since the 2004–05 season. [3] [4]

SeasonRecordConference RecordCoach
1976–777–9n/aJohn Wetzel
1977–788–16n/aCarolyn Owen
1978–799–15n/aCarol Alfano
1979–8017–12n/aCarol Alfano
1980–8113–17n/aCarol Alfano
1981–8216–120–5Carol Alfano
1982–8313–122–3Carol Alfano
1983–8415–154–6Carol Alfano
1984–8516–134–6Carol Alfano
1985–8613–154–6Carol Alfano
1986–8715–147–5Carol Alfano
1987–8812–164–8Carol Alfano
1988–8916–137–5Carol Alfano
1989–9014–148–6Carol Alfano
1990–9112–158–6Carol Alfano
1991–9210–183–9Carol Alfano
1992–9320–88–4Carol Alfano
1993–9424–69–3Carol Alfano
1994–9522–910–2Carol Alfano
1995–9611–178–8Carol Alfano
1996–9710–214–12Carol Alfano
1997–9822–1011–5Bonnie Henrickson
1998–9928–315–1Bonnie Henrickson
1999-0020–1112–6Bonnie Henrickson
2000–0122–911–5Bonnie Henrickson
2001–0221–119–7Bonnie Henrickson
2002–0322–1010–6Bonnie Henrickson
2003–0423–810–6Bonnie Henrickson
2004–0517–126–8Beth Dunkenberger
2005–0621–106–8Beth Dunkenberger
2006–0719–156–8Beth Dunkenberger
2007–0815–152–12Beth Dunkenberger
2008–0912–182–12Beth Dunkenberger
2009–1015–154–10Beth Dunkenberger
2010–1111–191–13Beth Dunkenberger
2011–127–233–13Dennis Wolff
2012–1310–204–14Dennis Wolff
2013–1414–164–12Dennis Wolff
2014–1512–201–15Dennis Wolff
2015–1618–145–11Dennis Wolff
2016–1720–144–12 Kenny Brooks
2017–1823–146–10Kenny Brooks
2018–1922–126–10Kenny Brooks
2019–2021–911–7Kenny Brooks
2020–2115–108–8Kenny Brooks
2021–2223–1013–5Kenny Brooks

NCAA tournament results

YearSeedRoundOpponentResult
1994 #8First Round#9 AuburnL 60–51
1995 #8First Round
Second Round
#9 St. Joseph's
#1 Connecticut
W 62–52
L 91–45
1998 #11First Round
Second Round
#6 Wisconsin
#3 Florida
W 75–64
L 89–57
1999 #4First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#13 St. Peter's
#5 Auburn
#1 Tennessee
W 73–48
W 76–61
L 68–52
2001 #7First Round
Second Round
#10 Denver
#2 Texas Tech
W 77–57
L 73–52
2003 #7First Round
Second Round
#10 Georgia Tech
#2 Purdue
W 61–59
L 80–62
2004 #8First Round
Second Round
#9 Iowa
#1 Penn State
W 89–76
L 61–48
2005 #12First Round#5 DePaulL 79–78
2006 #7First Round
Second Round
#10 Missouri
#2 Connecticut
W 82–51
L 79–56
2021 #7First Round
Second Round
#10 Marquette
#2 Baylor
W 70–63
L 90–48
2022 #5First Round#12 Florida Gulf CoastL 84–81

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References

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