The Tulsa Golden Hurricane women's basketball team represents the University of Tulsa in women's basketball. The school competes in the American Athletic Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Golden Hurricane play home basketball games at the Reynolds Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
|Tulsa Golden Hurricane women's basketball|
|University||University of Tulsa|
|Head coach||Angie Nelp|
|Arena||Reynolds Center |
|Colors||Old gold, royal blue, and crimson|
|NCAA tournament second round|
|NCAA tournament appearances|
|Conference tournament champions|
As of the 2015–16 season, the Golden Hurricane have a 316–523 record in 31 seasons of play. They have made appearances in the NCAA tournament in 2006 and 2013, with a win in the first round in 2006 before a Second Round loss. They have made four appearances in the WNIT (2004, 2005, 2015 and 2022), with an appearance in the second round in the latter year.
Season-by-season record edit
|1996–97||Marla Odom||5–21||1–15 (WAC, 8th in Mountain)|
|1997–98||Marla Odom||9–18||5–9 (WAC, 5th in Pacific)|
|1998–99||Marla Odom||7–20||5–9 (WAC, 6th in Mountain)|
|1999–2000||Kathy McConnell-Miller||14–15||9–5 (WAC, 4th place)|
|2000–01||Kathy McConnell-Miller||8–21||4–12 (WAC, 7th place)|
|2001–02||Kathy McConnell-Miller||17–13||11–7 (WAC, 4th place)|
|2002–03||Kathy McConnell-Miller||14–16||9–9 (WAC, 4th place)|
|2003–04||Kathy McConnell-Miller||19–12||11–7 (WAC, 3rd place)|
|2004–05||Kathy McConnell-Miller||19–11||11–7 (WAC, 3rd place)|
|2005–06||Charlene Thomas-Swinson||26–6||13–3 (C-USA, 1st place)|
|2006–07||Charlene Thomas-Swinson||11–19||5–11 (C-USA, 9th place)|
|2007–08||Charlene Thomas-Swinson||11–20||6–10 (C-USA, 11th place)|
|2008–09||Charlene Thomas-Swinson||7–22||3–13 (C-USA, 11th place)|
|2009–10||Charlene Thomas-Swinson||12–16||6–10 (C-USA, 11th place)|
|2010–11||Charlene Thomas-Swinson||5–20||1–15 (C-USA, 12th place)|
|2011–12||Matilda Mossman||13–15||8–8 (C-USA, 6th place)|
|2012–13||Matilda Mossman||17–17||8–8 (C-USA, 6th place)|
|2013–14||Matilda Mossman||12–16||6–10 (C-USA, 10th place)|
|2014–15||Matilda Mossman||18–14||12–6 (The American, 3rd place)|
|2015–16||Matilda Mossman||12–19||8–10 (The American, 6th place)|
|2016–17||Matilda Mossman||10–21||5–11 (The American, 9th place)|
|2017–18||Matilda Mossman||10–21||3–13 (The American, T-11th place)|
|2018–19||Matilda Mossman||13–18||6–10 (The American, 7th place)|
|2019–20||Matilda Mossman||9–21||4–12 (The American, 12th place)|
|2020–21||Matilda Mossman||5–14||4–13 (The American, 12th place)|
|2021–22||Angie Nelp||17–10||5–8 (The American, 8th place)|
|2022–23||Angie Nelp||17–13||7–9 (The American, 7th place)|
NCAA tournament results edit
|#5 NC State
|2013||#16||First Round||#1 Stanford||L 56–72|
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