Sunday, March 3, 2024

Women's Basketball

Photo Gallery: Women’s basketball loses nailbiter to Drexel, 61-59

Photographer Jordan Rosales covers Delaware's loss against Drexel on Feb. 18.

Photo Gallery: Women’s basketball falls short against William & Mary, 62-58

Maddy McManus and Larissa Veronica Heather photograph Delaware’s loss against William & Mary on Feb 9.

Photo Gallery: Delaware women’s basketball falls to Old Dominion

Photographer Jordan Rosales captures Delaware's loss against Old Dominion on Dec. 7.

Photo Gallery: Women’s basketball falls short against Lehigh University

Managing Visuals and Layout Editor Larissa Veronica Heather and Photographer Hannah Paliath capture Delaware's loss to Lehigh University on Nov. 14.

Photo Gallery: Women’s basketball defeats Longwood in home opener

Managing Visuals and Layout Editor Larissa Veronica Heather captures Delaware's blowout win over Longwood on Nov. 9. The Blue Hens next play at the Bob Carpenter Center against Lehigh on Nov. 14.

‘A lot more skilled’: Jenkins excited for Delaware’s new-look roster

Heading into her second year leading the women’s basketball program, Sarah Jenkins believes her squad is “more skilled” and better experienced than last year’s 16-14 team. However, there remains a significant amount of roster turnover to dissect heading into the 2023-24 season for Delaware women’s basketball.

Band, benches and basketball: University athletic department announces improvements to Bob Carpenter Center for 2023-2024 season

With the first two football home games in the rearview mirror, it is almost time for Blue Hens basketball in Newark. Staff Reporter Joshua Ciliberti has the story on the latest changes to the fan experience at the Bob Carpenter Center.

Jasmine Dickey’s underdog mentality is paving her path in WNBA and overseas

A year removed from her time at Delaware, Jasmine Dickey is proving she belongs at professional basketball’s highest level. She is one year into her professional career, cementing herself with the Dallas Wings and finding success overseas in Italy.

Commentary: Women’s basketball heads into postseason with questions to answer

The Blue Hens women's basketball team will look to make noise in the CAA Tournament behind first-year head coach Sarah Jenkins. No. 8 Delaware faces off with No. 9 Hampton Thursday at Noon.

Commentary: The moment is now for the Fightin’ Blue Hens to move to FBS

Success in football and basketball put universities on the map in the world of intercollegiate athletics. Right now, the Fightin’ Blue Hens are excelling at both. Staff Reporter Joshua Ciliberti explores why now is the moment for Delaware to make the move to the Football Bowl Subdivision.

Women’s basketball, with a new look, slotted sixth in CAA poll

Sarah Jenkins spoke at Delaware Basketball’s Media Day last week, as she prepares to lead the defending conference champion Blue Hens in her first season as head coach.

Seniors leave lasting legacy, pave road ahead for Delaware basketball programs

Delaware men's and women's basketball experienced the highest of highs this past March, a testament to the contributions of two uber-talented senior classes.

Six years in, Rawak has brought unprecedented success to Blue Hens through athletics rebuild

Chrissi Rawak led a national search for a new women's basketball head coach just days after the team's trip to the NCAA tournament, landing on former associate Sarah Jenkins,

Commentary: New women’s basketball head coach Sarah Jenkins faces challenges as the Blue Hens begin a new era

Sarah Jenkins was formally introduced as Delaware's new women's basketball head coach back on April 5 after Natasha Adair accepted a head coaching opening at Arizona State University.
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