Cleveland State Vikings women's basketball

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Cleveland State Vikings
2012–13 Cleveland State Vikings women's basketball team
Cleveland State Vikings athletic logo

UniversityCleveland State University
ConferenceHorizon League
LocationCleveland, OH
Head coachKate Peterson Abiad (10th year)
ArenaWolstein Center
(Capacity: 13,610)
NicknameVikings
ColorsForest Green and White

             

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/AIAW Tournament appearances
2008, 2010
Conference tournament champions
2008, 2010

Cleveland State Vikings women's basketball started in 1973. 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.

Contents

Records

Individual-career points

#PointsPlayer
12,140Kailey Klein
21,851Dianne Foster
31,805Audra Cook
41,748Debra Taylor
51,468Shawnita Garland
61,458Erika Roudebush
71,366Mahogany Green
81,250Lori Johnson
91,229Mary Petrecca
101,227Sue Hlavacek


Individual-triple doubles

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

#PlayerPointsReboundsAssistsOpponentDate
1Sue Koziol101015Illinois-ChicagoFebruary 5, 1983
2Sue Koziol181015DetroitFebruary 22, 1983
3Mahogany Green161310NiagaraNovember 19, 2000
4Ashley Schrock211210Wright StateFebruary 12, 2003
5Ashley Schrock131310Youngstown StateFebruary 15, 2003

Record versus Horizon League

Records vs Horizon League schools as of the end of 2011–2012 season.[1]

RivalRecord (W-L)Win %
Detroit13–34.277
Green Bay5–51.089
UIC30–30.500
Loyola25–13.658
Milwaukee21–21.500
Valparaiso9–13.409
Wright State31–28.525
Youngstown State26–31.456

Record versus Ohio schools

Records vs Ohio schools as of the end of 2011–2012 season.[1]

RivalRecord (W-L)Win %
Akron34–27.557
Ashland2–4.333
Baldwin Wallace1–01.000
Bowling Green3–9.250
Case Western Reserve3–01.000
Cedarville0–1.000
Central State4–01.000
Cincinnati4–14.222
Dayton1–7.125
Hiram2–01.000
John Carroll5–2.714
Kent State11–16.407
Kent-Tuscarawas0–1.000
Lake Erie3–01.000
Lorain C.C.2–1.667
RivalRecord (W-L)Win %
Malone7–2.778
Marietta1–01.000
Miami (OH)0–7.000
Mount Union1–01.000
Oberlin4–1.800
Ohio7–14.333
Ohio Northern3–01.000
Ohio State0–5.000
Ohio Wesleyan1–01.000
Toledo8–14.364
Wooster3–1.750
Wright State31–28.525
Xavier (OH)9–4.692
Youngstown State26–31.456

Record year-by-year

SeasonCoachOverallConferenceStandingPostseason
Cleveland State (Independent) (1973–1988)
1973–1974Jane Pease2–2N/A
1974–1975Jane Pease10–3N/A
1975–1976Jane Pease13–4N/A
1976–1977Jane Pease3–11N/A
1977–1978Louise Furjanic8–7N/A
1978–1979Louise Furjanic11–9N/A
1979–1980Louise Furjanic12–12N/A
1980–1981Alice Khol16–8N/A
1981–1982Alice Khol14–15N/A
1982–1983Alice Khol23–6N/A
1983–1984Alice Khol19–8N/A
1984–1985Alice Khol5–22N/A
1985–1986Alice Khol6–20N/A
1986–1987Alice Khol7–21N/A
1987–1988Alice Khol7–21N/A
Cleveland State (North Star Conference) (1988–1992)
1988–1989Alice Khol3–252–128th
1989–1990Alice Khol8–202–106th
1990–1991Alice Khol7–213–11T–6th
1991–1992Loretta Hummeldorf8–214–85th
Cleveland State (Mid-Continent Conference) (1992–1994)
1992–1993Loretta Hummeldorf7–206–106th
1993–1994Loretta Hummeldorf11–167–11T–7th
Cleveland State (Horizon League) (1994–present)
1994–1995Loretta Hummeldorf6–213–13T–10th
1995–1996Duffy Burns11–166–105th
1996–1997Duffy Burns12–158–85th
1997–1998Duffy Burns12–168–63rd
1998–1999Duffy Burns15–138–64th
1999–2000Duffy Burns15–155–9T–6th
2000–2001Duffy Burns14–147–74th
2001–2002Duffy Burns13–157–96th
2002–2003Duffy Burns11–187–96th
2003–2004Kate Peterson Abiad12–169–7T–4th
2004–2005Kate Peterson Abiad4–252–149th
2005–2006Kate Peterson Abiad4–242–149th
2006–2007Kate Peterson Abiad8–225–11T–6th
2007–2008Kate Peterson Abiad19–1410–8T–4thNCAA, First Round
2008–2009Kate Peterson Abiad19–1312–63rd
2009–2010Kate Peterson Abiad19–1411–74thNCAA, First Round
2010–2011Kate Peterson Abiad21–1212–6T–2ndWBI, Second Round
2011–2012Kate Peterson Abiad12–196–127th
2012–2013Kate Peterson Abiad0–00–0T–1st
Total:427–594

      National champion         Conference regular season champion         Conference tournament champion
      Conference regular season and conference tournament champion       Conference division champion

Head Coaching History

#NameYearsRecord
1Jane Pease1973—197728–20
2Louise Furjanic1977—198031–28
3Alice Khol1980—1991115–187
4Loretta Hummeldorf1991—199532–78
5Duffy Burns1995—2003103–122
6Kate Peterson Abiad2003—118–159

Conference Tournament History

North Star Conference

DateSeedLocationRoundResult
March 9, 1989[1]8thChicago, IllinoisFirstL 64–96 to Northern Illinois
March 9, 1990[1]6thDeKalb, IllinoisFirstL 68–67 to Green Bay
March 7, 1991[1]7thGreen Bay, WisconsinFirstL 84–60 to Northern Illinois
March 5, 1992[1]5thDeKalb, IllinoisFirstW 83–68 over Wright State
March 6, 1992[1]DeKalb, IllinoisSecondL 78–56 to Green Bay

Mid-Continent Conference

DateSeedLocationRoundResult
March 11, 1993[2]6thGreen Bay, WisconsinFirstL 89–74 to (3) Youngstown State
March 10, 1994[2]7thDeKalb, IllinoisFirstL 84–75 to (2) Green Bay

Horizon League

DateSeedLocationRoundResult
March 5, 1995[3]11thPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaFirstL 79–62 to (6) La Salle
March 7, 1996[3]5thGreen Bay, WisconsinQuarterfinalL 79–77 to (4) Illinois-Chicago
March 6, 1997[3]5thGreen Bay, WisconsinQuarterfinalL 79–61 to (4) Milwaukee
March 5, 1998[3]3rdIndianapolis, IndianaQuarterfinalW 63–56 over (6) Wright State
March 6, 1998[3]Indianapolis, IndianaSemifinalL 83–55 to (2) Green Bay
March 5, 1999[3]4thWolstein CenterCleveland, OhioQuarterfinalW 74–61 over (5) Milwaukee
March 6, 1999[3]Wolstein Center • Cleveland, OhioSemifinalL 70–68 to (1) Green Bay
March 9, 2000[3]7thDetroit, MichiganFirstW 73–68 over (2) Milwaukee
March 10, 2000[3]Detroit, MichiganSemifinalW 72–68 2OT over (6) Wright State
March 11, 2000[3]Detroit, MichiganChampionshipL 79–72 to (1) Green Bay
March 8, 2001[3]4thUIC PavilionChicago, Illinois[4]QuarterfinalL 65–63 to (5) Illinois-Chicago
February 28, 2002[3]6thJoseph J. Gentile ArenaChicago, Illinois[5]QuarterfinalL 87–73 to (3) Detroit
March 6, 2003[3]6thPhoenix Sports Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[6]QuarterfinalW 83–69 over (3) Milwaukee
March 7, 2003[3]Phoenix Sports Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[7]SemifinalL 75–74 to (7) Detroit
March 4, 2004[3]4thWolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[8]QuarterfinalL 69–59 to (5) Butler
March 1, 2005[3]9thJoseph J. Gentile Arena • Chicago, Illinois[9]FirstW 83–69 over (8) Loyola
March 3, 2005[3]Phoenix Sports Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[10]QuarterfinalL 96–66 to (1) Green Bay
February 26, 2006[3]9thJoseph J. Gentile Arena • Chicago, Illinois[11]FirstL 85–82 OT to (8) Loyola
March 7, 2007[3]7thUIC Pavilion • Chicago, Illinois[12]QuarterfinalL 69–50 to (2) Illinois-Chicago
March 12, 2008[3]4thWolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[13]QuarterfinalW 79–68 over (5) Butler
March 14, 2008[3]Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[14]SemifinalW 90–66 over (1) Green Bay
March 16, 2008[3]Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[15]ChampionshipW 70–56 over (2) Wright State
March 11, 2009[3]3rdWolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[16]QuarterfinalW 80–60 over (6) Illinois-Chicago
March 13, 2009[3]Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[17]SemifinalL 63–57 to (7) Milwaukee
March 10, 2010[3]4thWolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[18]QuarterfinalW 78–72 over (5) Illinois-Chicago
March 12, 2010[3]Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[19]SemifinalW 83–75 OT over (1) Green Bay
March 16, 2010[3]Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[20]ChampionshipW 66–57 over (2) Butler
March 9, 2011[3]3rdWolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[21]QuarterfinalW 61–58 over (6) Illinois-Chicago
March 11, 2011[3]Kress Events Center • Green Bay, Wisconsin[22]SemifinalL 68–54 to (2) Butler
March 5, 2012[23]7thWolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[24]FirstW 59–56 over (10) Youngstown State
March 6, 2012[25]Calihan Hall • Detroit, Michigan[26]QuarterfinalsL 79–43 to (2) Detroit

NCAA Tournament History

DateSeedLocationRoundResult
March 22, 200815thMaples PavilionStanford, California[27]FirstL 85–47 to (2) Stanford
March 21, 201015thPurcell PavilionNotre Dame, Indiana[28]FirstL 86–58 to (2) Notre Dame

WBI Tournament History

DateSeedLocationRoundResult
March 16, 2011[29]1stHilliard Gates Sports CenterFort Wayne, Indiana[30]FirstW 73–62 over (8) IPFW
March 19, 2011Wolstein Center • Cleveland, Ohio[31]SecondL 68–50 to (5) Chicago State

Championships

Regular season

  • North Star Conference Team Championships (0):
  • Mid-Continent Conference Team Championships[2] (0):
  • Horizon League Team Championships[3] (0):

Tournament

  • North Star Conference Team Championships (0):
  • Mid-Continent Conference Team Championships[2] (0):
  • Horizon League Team Championships[3] (2): 2008, 2010

References

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