Women's Basketball
2014-15 Women's Basketball Record:
MSCPct.OverallPctStreakHomeAwayNeutral
12-2.85733-4.892Lost 112-09-212-2

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Recent Women's Basketball Headlines
Posted by Richard RoBards - Thu, Mar. 26, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]
(L-R): Chelsea Craig and Lindsey Burd
(L-R): Chelsea Craig and Lindsey Burd

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Chelsea Craig and Lindsey Burd were honored by NAIA Division I Women's Basketball on Wednesday after helping lead the Lady Tigers to a 33-4 record and berth in the national championship game this past Tuesday night.

Posted by Richard RoBards - Tue, Mar. 17, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]
From left: Craig, Kimberland and Owen
From left: Craig, Kimberland and Owen

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced its All-American teams today and Campbellsville University is represented on the First Team and with two Honorable Mentions.

Posted by Richard RoBards - Wed, Mar. 25, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]
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CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — If you'd been living inside a beehive the past 10 days, you wouldn't have witnessed any more buzz than Campbellsville Women's Basketball created on their run through the national tournament in Independence, Mo.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Wed, Mar. 25, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]
Come early and stay late to welcome CU women's basketball. Event starts at 6:30 EDT in Powell AC
Come early and stay late to welcome CU women's basketball. Event starts at 6:30 EDT in Powell AC

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — The student activities department is partnering with the athletic department to invite all students, faculty, staff, fans, supporters and community members to Powell Athletic Center tonight for a "welcome home" event for CU women's basketball. The team bus is en rout to Powell Athletic Center and plans to arrive around 7 p.m. EDT.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Tue, Mar. 24, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]
Senior Lindey Young sparked the Lady Tigers off the bench and finished with a team-high 16 points in the loss to OCU
Senior Lindey Young sparked the Lady Tigers off the bench and finished with a team-high 16 points in the loss to OCU

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Campbellsville has used its size and depth all year to take advantage of smaller opponents but the Lady Tigers met their match in the NAIA National Championship game. Campbellsville came up one game short, finishing NAIA national runner-up to Oklahoma City University, 80-63.

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