The University at Albany women's basketball program (9-9, 3-2 AE) has played 18 games so far this season. The next on the schedule is the first of two regular-season rematches with Maine, their opponent in last year's America East championship game.
The University at Albany women's basketball team (9-9, 3-2 AE) kicked off a two game road trip at in-state rival Binghamton (8-10, 3-2 AE) Thursday night. After having their home win streak of 24 games ended on Monday against UMBC, the Great Danes bounced back to earn their second road win of the season, defeating the Bearcats by a score of 67-61.
The University at Albany women's basketball team (8-9, 2-2 AE) kicks off a two-game road trip Thursday when they visit Binghamton for a 7:00 p.m. tipoff. Sunday, the team will visit Maine for a rematch of last year's America East title game.
On January 26, the University at Albany will host its 11th annual Commitment to Education day, for which the university will welcome local schools to campus for a great and fun educational experience.
Returning home after a one-game road trip, the University at Albany women's basketball team (8-9, 2-2 AE) hosted UMBC (7-11, 2-3 AE) for its third conference home game in its first four. The Great Danes fell to the Retrievers 64-56, ending the Danes' 24-game home winning streak.
After a one-game road trip, the University at Albany women's basketball program (8-8, 2-1 AE) will return home for one game against UMBC on Monday night. Two consecutive road games will follow the one-game home stand.
Playing in its first America East road game of the season, the University at Albany women's basketball program (8-8, 2-1 AE) fell on the road against New Hampshire (12-3, 2-0 AE) 71-58. The road woes continue for the Great Danes, who fall to 1-8 in games away from SEFCU Arena.
The University at Albany women's basketball program has opened the America East schedule with two consecutive victories, over UMass Lowell and Stony Brook, both of which came at SEFCU Arena. The team will now hit the road for the first time in conference play to visit New Hampshire.
University at Albany redshirt-junior forward Jessica Féquière has been named America East women's basketball Player of the Week for Week 9, the conference offices announced Monday. It is Féquière's second such award this season, and the second of her career. She shares the award this week with Maine guard Blanca Millan, who was named Rookie of the Week.
Playing in their second consecutive home game to open the conference schedule, the University at Albany women's basketball program (8-7, 2-0 AE) defeated in-state rival Stony Brook (7-8, 0-2 AE) to remain undefeated both at home and in-conference this season, and to extend the home winning streak to 24.
After successfully defending home court in the America East opener against UMass Lowell on Wednesday, the University at Albany women's basketball program (7-7, 1-0 AE) looks to do the same when they host in-state rival Stony Brook on Saturday.
The University at Albany women's basketball program (7-7, 1-0 AE) opened America East competition Wednesday night in a home game against UMass Lowell (3-11, 0-1 AE) at SEFCU Arena. The Great Danes put forth their best offensive performance of the season, defeating the Riverhawks by a score of 93-69.