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Cleveland State Vikings women's basketball

The Cleveland State Vikings women's basketball team represents Cleveland State University in women's basketball. They are a member of the Horizon League (1994–present). The Cleveland State women's basketball team was formerly in the North Star Conference (1988–1992) and Mid-Continent Conference (1992–1994). Prior to 1988 the Cleveland State women's basketball team was not affiliated with any conference.

Cleveland State Vikings
2018–19 Cleveland State Vikings women's basketball team
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UniversityCleveland State University
Head coachChris Kielsmeier (1st season)
ConferenceHorizon League
LocationCleveland, Ohio
ArenaWolstein Center
(Capacity: 13,610)
NicknameVikings
ColorsForest Green and White[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away


NCAA Tournament Appearances
2008, 2010
Conference Tournament Champions
2008, 2010

RecordsEdit

Individual-career pointsEdit

# Points Player
1 2,140 Kailey Klein
2 1,851 Dianne Foster
3 1,840 Shalonda Winton
4 1,805 Audra Cook
5 1,748 Debra Taylor
6 1,468 Shawnita Garland
7 1,458 Erika Roudebush
8 1,366 Mahogany Green
9 1,250 Lori Johnson
10 1,229 Mary Petrecca
11 1,227 Sue Hlavacek

Individual-triple doublesEdit

Only seven triple-doubles have been recorded in the history of Cleveland State women's basketball.

# Player Points Rebounds Assists Opponent Date
1 Sue Koziol 10 10 15 Illinois-Chicago February 5, 1983
2 Sue Koziol 18 10 15 Detroit February 22, 1983
3 Mahogany Green 16 13 10 Niagara November 19, 2000
4 Ashley Schrock 21 12 10 Wright State February 12, 2003
5 Ashley Schrock 13 13 10 Youngstown State February 15, 2003
6 Shalonda Winton 29 14 11 Miami (OH) December 8, 2012[2]
7 Shalonda Winton 18 12 11 Lake Erie December 30, 2012[3]

Record versus Horizon LeagueEdit

Records vs Horizon League schools as of the end of 2016–2017 season.[4]

Rival Record (W-L) Win %
Detroit 18–40 .310
Green Bay 5–61 .076
UIC 39–33 .542
IUPUI 6–1 .857
Milwaukee 23–29 .442
Northern Kentucky 3–3 .500
Oakland 4–5 .444
Wright State 35–35 .500
Youngstown State 31–37 .456

Record versus Ohio schoolsEdit

Records versus Ohio schools as of January 30, 2013.[4]

Record year-by-yearEdit

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Cleveland State (Independent) (1973–1988)
1973–1974 Jane Pease 2–2 N/A
1974–1975 Jane Pease 10–3 N/A
1975–1976 Jane Pease 13–4 N/A
1976–1977 Jane Pease 3–11 N/A
1977–1978 Louise Furjanic 8–7 N/A
1978–1979 Louise Furjanic 11–9 N/A
1979–1980 Louise Furjanic 12–12 N/A
1980–1981 Alice Khol 16–8 N/A
1981–1982 Alice Khol 14–15 N/A
1982–1983 Alice Khol 23–6 N/A
1983–1984 Alice Khol 19–8 N/A
1984–1985 Alice Khol 5–22 N/A
1985–1986 Alice Khol 6–20 N/A
1986–1987 Alice Khol 7–21 N/A
1987–1988 Alice Khol 7–21 N/A
Cleveland State (North Star Conference) (1988–1992)
1988–1989 Alice Khol 3–25 2–12 8th
1989–1990 Alice Khol 8–20 2–10 6th
1990–1991 Alice Khol 7–21 3–11 T–6th
1991–1992 Loretta Hummeldorf 8–21 4–8 5th
Cleveland State (Mid-Continent Conference) (1992–1994)
1992–1993 Loretta Hummeldorf 7–20 6–10 6th
1993–1994 Loretta Hummeldorf 11–16 7–11 T–7th
Cleveland State (Horizon League) (1994–present)
1994–1995 Loretta Hummeldorf 6–21 3–13 T–10th
1995–1996 Duffy Burns 11–16 6–10 5th
1996–1997 Duffy Burns 12–15 8–8 5th
1997–1998 Duffy Burns 12–16 8–6 3rd
1998–1999 Duffy Burns 15–13 8–6 4th
1999–2000 Duffy Burns 15–15 5–9 T–6th
2000–2001 Duffy Burns 14–14 7–7 4th
2001–2002 Duffy Burns 13–15 7–9 6th
2002–2003 Duffy Burns 11–18 7–9 6th
2003–2004 Kate Peterson Abiad 12–16 9–7 T–4th
2004–2005 Kate Peterson Abiad 4–25 2–14 9th
2005–2006 Kate Peterson Abiad 4–24 2–14 9th
2006–2007 Kate Peterson Abiad 8–22 5–11 T–6th
2007–2008 Kate Peterson Abiad 19–14 10–8 T–4th NCAA, First Round
2008–2009 Kate Peterson Abiad 19–13 12–6 3rd
2009–2010 Kate Peterson Abiad 19–14 11–7 4th NCAA, First Round
2010–2011 Kate Peterson Abiad 21–12 12–6 T–2nd WBI, Second Round
2011–2012 Kate Peterson Abiad 12–19 6–12 7th
2012–2013 Kate Peterson Abiad 13–17 5–11 T–6th
2013–2014 Kate Peterson Abiad 14–16 9–7 5th
2014–2015 Kate Peterson Abiad 19–13 10–6 3rd
2015–2016 Kate Peterson Abiad 9–20 6–12 8th
2016–2017 Kate Peterson Abiad 14–16 9–9 6th
Total: 496–676

      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

  • Totals updated through the end of the 2016–2017 school year.

Head Coaching HistoryEdit

# Name Years Record
1 Jane Pease 1973—1977 28–20
2 Louise Furjanic 1977—1980 31–28
3 Alice Khol 1980—1991 115–187
4 Loretta Hummeldorf 1991—1995 32–78
5 Duffy Burns 1995—2003 103–122
6 Kate Peterson Abiad 2003— 187–241

Conference Tournament HistoryEdit

North Star ConferenceEdit

Date Seed Location Round Result
March 9, 1989[4] 8th Chicago, Illinois First L 64–96 to Northern Illinois
March 9, 1990[4] 6th DeKalb, Illinois First L 68–67 to Green Bay
March 7, 1991[4] 7th Green Bay, Wisconsin First L 84–60 to Northern Illinois
March 5, 1992[4] 5th DeKalb, Illinois First W 83–68 over Wright State
March 6, 1992[4] DeKalb, Illinois Second L 78–56 to Green Bay

Mid-Continent ConferenceEdit

Date Seed Location Round Result
March 11, 1993[5] 6th Green Bay, Wisconsin First L 89–74 to (3) Youngstown State
March 10, 1994[5] 7th DeKalb, Illinois First L 84–75 to (2) Green Bay

Horizon LeagueEdit

Date Seed Location Round Result
March 5, 1995[6] 11th Philadelphia, Pennsylvania First L 79–62 to (6) La Salle
March 7, 1996[6] 5th Green Bay, Wisconsin Quarterfinal L 79–77 to (4) Illinois-Chicago
March 6, 1997[6] 5th Green Bay, Wisconsin Quarterfinal L 79–61 to (4) Milwaukee
March 5, 1998[6] 3rd Indianapolis, Indiana Quarterfinal W 63–56 over (6) Wright State
March 6, 1998[6] Indianapolis, Indiana Semifinal L 83–55 to (2) Green Bay
March 5, 1999[6] 4th Wolstein CenterCleveland, Ohio Quarterfinal W 74–61 over (5) Milwaukee
March 6, 1999[6] Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio Semifinal L 70–68 to (1) Green Bay
March 9, 2000[6] 7th Detroit, Michigan First W 73–68 over (2) Milwaukee
March 10, 2000[6] Detroit, Michigan Semifinal W 72–68 2OT over (6) Wright State
March 11, 2000[6] Detroit, Michigan Championship L 79–72 to (1) Green Bay
March 8, 2001[6] 4th UIC PavilionChicago, Illinois[7] Quarterfinal L 65–63 to (5) Illinois-Chicago
February 28, 2002[6] 6th Joseph J. Gentile ArenaChicago, Illinois[8] Quarterfinal L 87–73 to (3) Detroit
March 6, 2003[6] 6th Phoenix Sports Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[9] Quarterfinal W 83–69 over (3) Milwaukee
March 7, 2003[6] Phoenix Sports Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[10] Semifinal L 75–74 to (7) Detroit
March 4, 2004[6] 4th Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[11] Quarterfinal L 69–59 to (5) Butler
March 1, 2005[6] 9th Joseph J. Gentile Arena • Chicago, Illinois[12] First W 83–69 over (8) Loyola
March 3, 2005[6] Phoenix Sports Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[12] Quarterfinal L 96–66 to (1) Green Bay
February 26, 2006[6] 9th Joseph J. Gentile Arena • Chicago, Illinois[13] First L 85–82 OT to (8) Loyola
March 7, 2007[6] 7th UIC Pavilion • Chicago, Illinois[14] Quarterfinal L 69–50 to (2) Illinois-Chicago
March 12, 2008[6] 4th Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[15] Quarterfinal W 79–68 over (5) Butler
March 14, 2008[6] Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[16] Semifinal W 90–66 over (1) Green Bay
March 16, 2008[6] Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[17] Championship W 70–56 over (2) Wright State
March 11, 2009[6] 3rd Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[18] Quarterfinal W 80–60 over (6) Illinois-Chicago
March 13, 2009[6] Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[19] Semifinal L 63–57 to (7) Milwaukee
March 10, 2010[6] 4th Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[20] Quarterfinal W 78–72 over (5) Illinois-Chicago
March 12, 2010[6] Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[21] Semifinal W 83–75 OT over (1) Green Bay
March 16, 2010[6] Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[22] Championship W 66–57 over (2) Butler
March 9, 2011[6] 3rd Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[23] Quarterfinal W 61–58 over (6) Illinois-Chicago
March 11, 2011[6] Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[24] Semifinal L 68–54 to (2) Butler
March 5, 2012[25] 7th Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[25] First W 59–56 over (10) Youngstown State
March 6, 2012[26] Calihan Hall • Detroit, Michigan[26] Quarterfinal L 79–43 to (2) Detroit
March 13, 2013 7th Beeghly Center • Youngstown, Ohio[27] Quarterfinal L 69–62 to (2) Youngstown State
March 13, 2014 5th UIC Pavilion • Illinois, Chicago[28][29] Quarterfinal L 77–72 to (4) UIC
March 11, 2015 3rd Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[30] Quarterfinal W 76–70 over (6) Illinois-Chicago
March 13, 2015 Kress Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[31] Semifinal L 99–87 to (2) Wright State
March 10, 2016 8th Kress Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[32] First L 71–59 to (5) Northern Kentucky
March 5, 2017 6th Joe Louis Arena • Detroit, Michigan[33] Second L 70–56 to (3) Detroit

NCAA Tournament HistoryEdit

Year Seed Round Opponent Result/Score
2008 #15 First Round #2 Stanford L 47-85
2010 #15 First Round #2 Notre Dame L 58-86

WNIT Tournament HistoryEdit

Year Round Opponent Result/Score
2015 First Round Michigan L 50-72

WBI Tournament HistoryEdit

Year Seed Round Opponent Result/Score
2011 #1 First Round
Second Round
#8 IPFW
#5 Chicago State
W 73–62
L 50-68

ChampionshipsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Color Palette | Cleveland State University". Retrieved April 13, 2016.
  2. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  3. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  4. ^ a b c d e f g http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/clst/sports/w-baskbl/auto_pdf/2011-12/misc_non_event/Guide63-92.pdf
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  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae http://s3.amazonaws.com/hln/sports/recordbooks/9/recordbook.pdf
  7. ^ Women's Basketball Box Score - Cleveland State Official Athletic Site
  8. ^ Detroit 87, Cleveland State 73 - Cleveland State Official Athletic Site
  9. ^ Cleveland State 83, UW-Milwaukee 69 - Cleveland State Official Athletic Site
  10. ^ Detroit 75, Cleveland State 74 - Cleveland State Official Athletic Site
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  12. ^ a b Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  13. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  14. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  15. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  16. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  17. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  18. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  19. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  20. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  21. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  22. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  23. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  24. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  25. ^ a b Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  26. ^ a b Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  27. ^ "Women's Basketball to Host Cleveland State Wednesday Night". Youngstown State University. March 9, 2013. Retrieved 11 March 2013.
  28. ^ "Flames Advance to Horizon League Semifinals; Defeat CSU 77-72". Chicago, Illinois: University of Illinois at Chicago. 12 March 2014. Retrieved 31 March 2014.
  29. ^ "Vikings Fall At UIC In Horizon League Quarterfinals". Cleveland State University. March 12, 2014. Retrieved 31 March 2014.
  30. ^ Cleveland State Official Athletic Site - Women's Basketball
  31. ^ http://www.csuvikings.com/sports/w-baskbl/2014-15/boxscores/20150313_oot7.xml
  32. ^ http://www.csuvikings.com/sports/w-baskbl/2015-16/boxscores/20160310_nnwh.xml
  33. ^ http://www.csuvikings.com/sports/w-baskbl/2016-17/boxscores/20170305_xwqk.xml

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