Wake Forest Demon Deacons women's basketball

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Wake Forest Demon Deacons women's basketball
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University Wake Forest University
Head coach Megan Gebbia (1st season)
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
Location Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Arena Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Nickname Demon Deacons
ColorsOld gold and black [1]
   
Uniforms
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NCAA Tournament Second round
1988
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1988, 2021

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons women's basketball team represents Wake Forest in women's basketball. The school competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Demon Deacons play home basketball games at Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. [2]

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Season-by-season record

The Demon Deacons have a 591–748 all-time record through the 2019–20 season. [3] [ needs update ] They have two appearances in the NCAA Tournament (1988 & 2021), and an overall record of 1–2. [4]

SeasonCoachRecordConference record
1971–72Nora Lynn Finch5–6n/a
1972–73Nora Lynn Finch12–4n/a
1973–74Gail Klock5–5n/a
1974–75Sharron Perkins9–11n/a
1975–76Sharron Perkins4–10n/a
1976–77Barbara Warren6–14n/a
1977–78Barbara Warren4–192–4
1978–79Barbara Warren2–190–7
1979–80Wanda Briley7–201–8
1980–81Wanda Briley10–180–8
1981–82Wanda Briley13–171–9
1982–83Wanda Briley14–140–7
1983–84Wanda Briley13–142–12
1984–85Wanda Briley14–134–10
1985–86Joe Sanchez16–134–10
1986–87Joe Sanchez13–153–11
1987–88Joe Sanchez23–89–5
1988–89Joe Sanchez16–126–8
1989–90Joe Sanchez16–145–9
1990–91Joe Sanchez15–135–9
1991–92Joe Sanchez10–181–15
1992–93Karen Freeman14–144–12
1993–94Karen Freeman8–193–13
1994–95Karen Freeman11–164–12
1995–96Karen Freeman13–146–10
1996–97Karen Freeman12–163–13
1997–98Charlene Curtis4–230–16
1998–99Charlene Curtis8–203–13
1999-00Charlene Curtis7–213–13
2000–01Charlene Curtis11–173–13
2001–02Charlene Curtis12–165–11
2002–03Charlene Curtis13–153–13
2003–04Charlene Curtis12–174–12
2004–05 Mike Petersen 17–153–11
2005–06Mike Petersen12–163–11
2006–07Mike Petersen9–200–14
2007–08Mike Petersen15–152–12
2008–09Mike Petersen19–125–9
2009–10Mike Petersen18–147–7
2010–11Mike Petersen15–175–9
2011–12Mike Petersen20–147–9
2012–13 Jen Hoover 13–195–13
2013–14Jen Hoover15–165–11
2014–15Jen Hoover13–202–14
2015–16Jen Hoover17–166–10
2016–17Jen Hoover16–166–10
2017–18Jen Hoover14–175–11
2018–19Jen Hoover10–201–15
2019–20Jen Hoover16–167–11
2020–21Jen Hoover12–138–10
2021–22Jen Hoover16–174–14

NCAA tournament results

YearSeedRoundOpponentResult
1988 #9First Round
Second Round
#8 Villanova
#1 Tennessee
W 53–51
L 94–66
2021 #9First Round#8 Oklahoma StateL 84–61

WNIT results

The Demon Deacons have appeared in the Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) seven times.

YearRoundOpponentResult
2005 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Charlotte
South Florida
West Virginia
W 100–75
W 78–63
L 52–65
2009 First RoundGeorgetownL 61–72
2010 First RoundNorth Carolina A&TL 49–79
2012 First Round
Second Round
Charlotte
James Madison
W 72–61
L 76–84^OT
2016 First Round
Second Round
Charleston
Florida Gulf Coast
W 72–69
L 58–67
2017 First Round
Second Round
Bethune Cookman
Middle Tennessee
W 71–41
L 66–73
2022 First Round
Second Round
Akron
Middle Tennessee
W 71–59
L 55–67

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References

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  2. "Wake Forest Demon Deacons Official Athletic Site – Women's Basketball". wakeforestsports.Com. Retrieved 2017-01-28.
  3. "Demon Deacons Quick Facts" (PDF). Wake Forest University. 2020. Retrieved May 2, 2022.
  4. "Postseason History" (PDF). Wake Forest University. 2021. Retrieved May 2, 2022.