Chicago Maroons women's basketball

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Chicago Maroons women's basketball
2017–18 Chicago Maroons women's basketball team
Chicago Maroons logo.svg
University University of Chicago
Head coach Carissa Sain Knoche (5th season)
Conference University Athletic Association (UAA)
Arena Ratner Athletics Center
(Capacity: 1,658)
Nickname Maroons
Colors Maroon and White[1]
         
NCAA Tournament appearances
Division III
1995, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017
Conference regular season champions
1988, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017

The Chicago Maroons women's basketball team is an NCAA Division III college basketball team competing in the University Athletic Association. Home games are played at the Gerald Ratner Athletics Center, located on the University of Chicago's campus in Chicago.[2][3]

The team's head coach is currently Carissa Sain Knoche. [4][5]

Season-by-season record[edit]

As of the 2015–16 season, the Maroons are 610–414 (.596) in 45 seasons of play. They are 218–181 in UAA play since joining in 1987. Aaron Roussell has the best coaching record in Maroon history, winning 161 games while losing only 50 (for a .763 percentage) in eight years as coach.

Season Record Coach Conference Record
1971–72 3–4 Patricia Kirby n/a
1972–73 0–6 Patricia Kirby n/a
1973–74 8–6 Patricia Kirby n/a
1974–75 13–7 Patricia Kirby n/a
1975–76 13–8 Patricia Kirby n/a
1976–77 13–9 Patricia Kirby n/a
1977–78 12–8 Marcia Hurt n/a
1978–79 10–7 Marcia Hurt n/a
1979–80 5–12 Marcia Hurt n/a
1980–81 13–6 Diann Nestel n/a
1981–82 8–14 Diann Nestel n/a
1982–83 15–6 Diann Nestel n/a
1983–84 15–6 Diann Nestel n/a
1984–85 12–9 Kevin McCarthy n/a
1985–86 15–7 Susan Brower n/a
1986–87 11–11 Susan Brower n/a
1987–88 14–8 Susan Brower 3–4 (5th)
1988–89 18–7 Susan Brower 9–3 (1st)
1989–90 21–4 Susan Brower 11–3 (2nd)
1990–91 14–11 Susan Brower 6–8 (5th)
1991–92 8–17 Susan Brower 4–10 (6th)
1992–93 14–11 Susan Brower 7–7 (4th)
1993–94 13–12 Susan Zawacki 6–8 (4th)
1994–95 19–7 Susan Zawacki 9–5 (4th)
1995–96 12–13 Susan Zawacki 5–9 (4th)
1996–97 12–13 Susan Zawacki 5–9 (4th)
1997–98 14–11 Susan Zawacki 6–8 (4th)
1998–99 9–16 Susan Zawacki 4–10 (5th)
1999-00 14–11 Susan Zawacki 9–6 (3rd)
2000–01 15–9 Jennifer Kroll 7–8 (4th)
2001–02 9–15 Jennifer Kroll 5–9 (6th)
2002–03 11–14 Jennifer Kroll 5–9 (6th)
2003–04 10–15 Jennifer Kroll 5–9 (6th)
2004–05 16–9 Aaron Roussell 9–5 (4th)
2005–06 17–8 Aaron Roussell 6–8 (5th)
2006–07 18–7 Aaron Roussell 7–7 (5th)
2007–08 22–6 Aaron Roussell 11–3 (1st)
2008–09 17–8 Aaron Roussell 8–6 (4th)
2009–10 19–7 Aaron Roussell 11–3 (2nd)
2010–11 25–4 Aaron Roussell 14–0 (1st)
2011–12 27–1 Aaron Roussell 14–0 (1st)
2012–13 7–18 Carissa Sain Knoche 3–11 (T-7th)
2013–14 15–10 Carissa Sain Knoche 9–5 (T-2nd)
2014–15 18–7 Carissa Sain Knoche 12–2 (T-1st)
2015–16 16–9 Carissa Sain Knoche 8–6 (T-3rd)

Tournament history[edit]

The Maroons have reached the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Championship five times (1995, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012). In 1995, they lost in the first round to Millikin 70–53. They reached the Round of 16 in 2008 (with wins over St. Thomas (Minnesota) and St. Norbert) before a loss to Kean 70–56. In 2010, they lost in the First Round to Simpson 66–53.In 2011, they reached the Quarterfinals (with wins over Hanover, Calvin and Greensboro) before a loss to Washington-St. Louis 63–58. In 2012, they reached the Round of 16 (with wins over Monmouth and Wisconsin-Eau Claire) before a loss to Calvin 68–50.

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