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Oklahoma State Cowgirls

University Oklahoma State University
Conference Big 12
South Division
Location Stillwater, OK|Stillwater, Oklahoma|OK
Head coach Kurt Budke (5th year)
Arena Gallagher-Iba Arena
(Capacity: 13,611)
Nickname Cowgirls
Pokes
Colors Orange and Black

             

Uniforms
Template:Basketball kit home and away
NCAA/AIAW Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1991, 2008
NCAA/AIAW Tournament second round
1989, 1991, 1996, 2008, 2010
NCAA/AIAW Tournament appearances
1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2007, 2008, 2010
Conference tournament champions
1990, 1991
Conference regular season champions
1991

The Oklahoma State Cowgirls women's basketball team represents Oklahoma State University and competes in the Big 12 Conference of NCAA Division I. The team's current head coach is Kurt Budke, who has coached Oklahoma State since the 2005 season. The Cowgirls play their home games in the Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

History[]

OSU first fielded a women's team during the 1972-1973 season.

Women's basketball coaches[]

Head women's basketball coaches

  • Jacy Showers, 1972–1976
  • Brenda Johnson, 1976–1977
  • Judy Bugher, 1977–1983
  • Dick Halterman, 1983–2002
  • Julie Goodenough, 2002–2005
  • Kurt Budke, 2005–present

Conferences[]

OSU has played in the Big 8 and the Big 12 conferences. The school joined the Big 12 in 1997 when the Big 8 merged with several former members of the defunct Southwest Conference.

Coaches[]

OSU's head women's basketball coach is Kurt Budke who is in his fifth season as head coach at OSU[1].

Jacy Showers (1972-1973)[]

Brenda Johnson (1976-1977)[]

Judy Bugher (1977-1983)[]

Dick Halterman (1983-2002)[]

Julie Goodenough (2002-2005)[]

Kurt Budke (2005-present)[]

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All-time season results[]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Jacy Showers (1972–1976)
1972–1973 Jacy Showers 8-8
1973–1974 Jacy Showers 10-9
1974–1975 Jacy Showers 15-6
1975-1976 Jacy Showers 17-7
Jacy Showers: 50-30
Brenda Johnson (1976–1977)
1976–1977 Brenda Johnson 12-13
Brenda Johnson: 12-13
Judy Bugher (1977–1983)
1977–1978 Judy Bugher 17-14
1978–1979 Judy Bugher 17-10
1979–1980 Judy Bugher 19-13
1980-1981 Judy Bugher 14-15
1981–1982 Judy Bugher 18-13
Big Eight Conference
1982–1983 Judy Bugher 4-23 1-13 8th
Judy Bugher: 89-88 1-13
Dick Halterman (1983–2002)
1983–1984 Dick Halterman 18-11 8-6 4th
1984–1985 Dick Halterman 17-11 9-5 3rd (t)
1985–1986 Dick Halterman 13-18 2-12 8th
1986–1987 Dick Halterman 16-12 7-7 5th
1987–1988 Dick Halterman 17-11 7-7 5th (t)
1988–1989 Dick Halterman 20-12 8-6 2nd NCAA 2nd Round
1989–1990 Dick Halterman 20-11 9-5 4th (t) NCAA 1st Round
1990–1991 Dick Halterman 27-6 11-3 1st NCAA Sweet 16
1991–1992 Dick Halterman 11-17 6-8 6th
1992–1993 Dick Halterman 23-9 9-5 3rd (t) NCAA 1st Round
1993–1994 Dick Halterman 20-9 9-5 3rd NCAA 1st Round
1994–1995 Dick Halterman 17-12 7-7 4th NCAA 1st Round
1995–1996 Dick Halterman 20–10 8-6 3rd (t) NCAA 2nd Round
Big 12 Conference
1996–1997 Dick Halterman 15-12 7-9 8th (t)
1997–1998 Dick Halterman 20-11 10-6 5th (t) NIT 2nd Round
1998–1999 Dick Halterman 13-15 4-12 11th
1999–2000 Dick Halterman 14-16 5-11 8th (t)
2000–2001 Dick Halterman 16-15 6-10 8th NIT Quarterfinals
2001–2002 Dick Halterman 16-15 7-9 8th
Dick Halterman: 350-244 139-139
Julie Goodenough (2002–2005)
2002-2003 Julie Goodenough 8-21 3-13 9th (t)
2003-2004 Julie Goodenough 8-20 3-13 10th
2004-2005 Julie Goodenough 7-20 2-14 11th (t)
Julie Goodenough: 23-61 8-40
Kurt Budke (2005–present)
2005-2006 Kurt Budke 6-22 0-16 12th
2006-2007 Kurt Budke 20-11 8-8 6th NCAA 1st Round
2007-2008 Kurt Budke 27-8 11-5 3rd (t) NCAA Sweet 16
2008–2009 Kurt Budke 17-16 4-12 10th (t) NIT 2nd Round
2009–2010 Kurt Budke 24-11 9-7 6th (t) NCAA 2nd Round
Kurt Budke: 94-68 32-48
Total: 618-504

      National Champion         Conference Regular Season Champion         Conference Tournament Champion
      Conference Regular Season & Conference Tournament Champion       Conference Division Champion

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References[]

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