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Glimpse into Tulane Women’s Basketball season

Tulane Women’s Basketball finished with a 21-10 record in 2021-22, Lisa Stockton’s 28th season as head coach. (Courtesy of Parker Waters — Tulane Athletics)

Tulane University Women’s Basketball is set to take on the Temple University Owls on Jan. 28 at the Avron B. Fogelman Arena in the Devlin Fieldhouse. The recent match against Rice University on Jan. 20 ended in a loss. Forward Amira Mabry took the lead in scoring with a total of 14 points, and Irina Parau scored 13 points. Last season, the Green Wave ended with a 18-14 record overall. Notably, the team secured the sixth position in the American Athletic Conference at the end of the previous basketball season, showcasing their competitive spirit.

Guided by experienced head coach Lisa Stockton, who is celebrating her remarkable 30th season at Tulane, the Green Wave is in the midst of a dynamic season. The addition of new players to the roster brings new talent and skill, including two graduate students: forward Hannah Pratt and guard Kaylah Rainey along with freshman center Lily Ba and freshman guard Joy Madison-Key.   

In other news, players Kyren Whittington and Marta Galic have reached the significant milestone of scoring 1,000 career points each. Hannah Pratt was recently announced as the Player of the Week by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Their individual accomplishments fuel the excitement surrounding their basketball season this year. 

After the Green Wave takes on the Temple Owls, they look ahead to their Jan. 31 home game against Charlotte. Tulane’s last encounter with University of North Carolina at Charlotte took place on Jan. 17, resulting in a closely contested defeat for the Green Wave. 

The Green Wave has nine games remaining in this basketball season after the game against Charlotte, before the prospective 2024 AAC Conference Championship scheduled for March 9 at the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. With the support of an amazing fan base and a boost in talent, Tulane Women’s Basketball has enjoyed a bright and exciting season so far.

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