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Colorado State Rams women's basketball

The Colorado State Rams women's basketball team represents Colorado State University, located in Fort Collins, in the U.S. state of Colorado, in NCAA Division I basketball competition. They play their home games at the Moby Arena and are members of the Mountain West Conference.[2]

Colorado State Rams women's basketball
2018–19 Colorado State Rams women's basketball team
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UniversityColorado State University
Head coachRyun Williams (5th season)
ConferenceMountain West
LocationFort Collins, Colorado
ArenaMoby Arena
(Capacity: 8,745)
NicknameRams
ColorsGreen and Gold[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Home
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Away jersey
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Away
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Alternate jersey
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NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1999
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
1998, 1999, 2001
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1996, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2016
Conference Tournament Champions
2001
Conference Regular Season Champions
1996, 2002, 2014, 2017

HistoryEdit

They have made the NCAA Tournament six times, in 1996, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, and 2016. They made the Sweet Sixteen in 1999 after beating CS Northridge 71–59 and SW Mo. State 86–70 before losing to UCLA 77–68. They made the Second Round in 1996, 1998, and 2001. They also have made the WNIT in 2000, 2003, 2004, 2014, and 2015, with Semifinal appearances in 2000 and 2003.[3]

Season Coach Record Conference Record
1974–75 Kathleen Wallace 11–6 n/a
1975–76 Paul Havenar 3–14 n/a
1976–77 Paul Havenar 3–16 0–13 (14th)
1977–78 Ann Matlock 6–13 2–11 (13th)
1978–79 Ann Matlock 7–19 1–12 (14th)
1979–80 Ann Matlock 11–14 2–8
1980–81 Ann Matlock 17–14 5–5
1981–82 Ann Matlock 23–9 6–4
1982–83 Ann Matlock 14–13 5–6 (3rd)
1983–84 Lee Swayze 12–15 4–6 (4th)
1984–85 Lee Swayze 13–15 4–8 (5th)
1985–86 Lee Swayze 7–21 4–8 (4th)
1986–87 Brian Berger 9–19 3–9 (6th)
1987–88 Brian Berger 13–15 3–7 (5th)
1988–89 Brian Berger 13–15 3–7 (T-4th)
1989–90 Brian Berger
Jan Martin
12–16 3–7 (4th)
1990–91 Greg Williams 11–16 4–8 (5th)
1991–92 Greg Williams 8–19 3–11 (7th)
1992–93 Greg Williams 13–14 4–10 (T-6th)
1993–94 Greg Williams 15–14 5–9 (T-5th)
1994–95 Greg Williams 14–13 6–8 (4th)
1995–96 Greg Williams 26–5 12–2 (T-1st)
1996–97 Greg Williams 21–7 12–4 (2nd in Pacific Division)
1997–98 Tom Collen 24–6 11–3 (1st in Mountain Division)
1998–99 Tom Collen 33–3 14–0 (1st in Mountain Division)
1999-00 Tom Collen 23–10 9–5 (T-3rd)
2000–01 Tom Collen 25–7 10–4 (2nd)
2001–02 Tom Collen 24–7 12–2 (1st)
2002–03 Chris Denker 21–13 8–6 (T-3rd)
2003–04 Chris Denker 17–12 8–6 (4th)
2004–05 Chris Denker 15–13 6–8 (6th)
2005–06 Jen Warden 9–20 2–14 (8th)
2006–07 Jen Warden 8–21 3–13 (8th)
2007–08 Jen Warden 4–28 0–16 (9th)
2008–09 Kristen Holt 10–21 4–12 (8th)
2009–10 Kristen Holt 13–17 5–11 (8th)
2010–11 Kristen Holt 14–16 7–9 (4th)
2011–12 Kristen Holt 13–17 9–5 (3rd)
2012–13 Ryun Wiliams 11–19 7–9 (6th)
2013–14 Ryun Wiliams 25–8 15–3 (1st)
2014–15 Ryun Wiliams 23–8 15–3 (1st)
2015–16 Ryun Wiliams 31–2 18–0 (1st)
2016–17 Ryun Wiliams 25–9 15–3 (1st)
2017–18 Ryun Wiliams 21–12 11–7 (T-4th)

NCAA Tournament resultsEdit

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
1996 #8 First Round
Second Round
#9 Nebraska
#1 Stanford
W 76−72
L 63−94
1998 #12 First Round
Second Round
#5 Drake
#4 Purdue
W 81−75
L 63−77
1999 #2 First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#15 Cal State Northridge
#7 SW Missouri State
#3 UCLA
W 71−59
W 86−70
L 68−77
2001 #9 First Round
Second Round
#8 Maryland
#1 Connecticut
W 83−69
L 44−89
2002 #7 First Round #10 Tulane L 69−73
2016 #11 First Round #5 South Florida L 45−48

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Colorado State Rams Athletics Brand Standards (PDF). February 14, 2017. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
  2. ^ "The Official Athletics Site of Colorado State University". www.csurams.com.
  3. ^ http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/csu/sports/w-baskbl/auto_pdf/2015-16/misc_non_event/2015_16_WBB_Full_Guide.pdf

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