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Lady Monarch Basketball Among The Winniest Programs In Division I Over Last Five Seasons

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: September 16, 2003
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Sept. 16, 2003

NORFOLK, VA -- In a recent survey conducted by the Duke University Sports Information Office, the Lady Monarch women's basketball program was one of the top programs in the win column over the last five seasons. Old Dominion ranked ninth in the survey with 127 wins between the 1998-99 and 2002-03 seasons, averaging 25.4 victories per season.

Connecticut topped the chart with 173 victories, with Tennessee coming in second with 157 wins, followed by Duke in third with 153 victories. Also rounding out the top five were Louisiana Tech (148) and 2002 NCAA Second Round opponent Purdue (141).

Eight of Old Dominion's upcoming 2003-04 opponents cracked the top 50. Tennessee (157 wins), Penn State (120 wins), and North Carolina (117 wins) rank in the top 15 along with possible WBCA Classic opponent Notre Dame (128 wins).

Also included in the top 50 were Virginia Tech (113 wins), Rutgers (108 wins), Florida International (105 wins), and conference rival and 2003 CAA runner-up Delaware (108 wins).

The Lady Monarchs open the 2003-04 campaign at the WBCA Classic, a preseason tournament held at the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO. Old Dominion opens play against host Colorado, a school also featured in the survey with 95 victories over the last five seasons, on November 14th.

Most Wins Last Five Years - Division I Women's Basketball
(1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03)

Team: Wins: 1. Connecticut 173 2. Tennessee 157 3. Duke 153 4. LA Tech 148 5. Purdue 141 6. UC-Santa Barbara 132 7. Texas Tech 132 8. Notre Dame 128 9. Old Dominion 127 10t. Colorado State 126 10t. Georgia 126 12. Penn State 120 13. Oklahoma 119 14t. North Carolina 117 14t. Stanford 117 16. Tulane 116 17t. Iowa State 115 17t. LSU 115 19. UW-Green Bay 114 20t. George Washington 113 20t. Virginia Tech 113 20t. Xavier 113 23t. Cincinnati 112 23t. Holy Cross 112 25t. Liberty 111 25t. SW Missouri State 111 25t. Utah 111 28t. New Mexico 110 28t. Stephen F. Austin 110 30t. Vanderbilt 110 31. UT-Chattanooga 109 32t. Delaware 108 32t. Drake 108 32t. Northwestern Sy. 108 32t. Rutgers 108 32t. Texas 108 37t. Boston College 107 37t. Pepperdine 107 39. St. Joseph's 106 40t. Fla. International 105 40t. Vermont 105 42t. Georgia State 104 42t. Kent State 104 42t. Santa Clara 104 45t. Siena 104 46t. St. Peter's 104 47. Hawaii 102 48t. Mississippi State 101 49t. TCU 101 49t. Toledo 101 51t. BYU 100 51t. Tennessee Tech 100 51t. Western Kentucky 100 54t. Arkansas 99 54t. Oregon 99 54t. Saint Mary's 99 54t. Villanova 99 58t. Arizona 98 58t. Auburn 98 60t. Maine 97 60t. Virginia 97 63t. Baylor 96 63t. Kansas State 96 65t. Colorado 95 65t. DePaul 95 65t. UNC Greensboro 95 68. Montana 94 69t. Creighton 93 69t. UNLV 93 71. St. Francis 92 72t. Belmont 91 72t. Florida 91 72t. Illinois 91 75t. Ball State 89 75t. Michigan 89 75t. North Texas 89 78t. Hampton 88 78t. Louisville 88 80t. Arizona State 87 80t. Eastern Kentucky 87 80t. Long Beach State 87 80t. SMU 87 80t. Valparaiso 87 80t. Washington 87 86t. James Madison 86 86t. Marquette 86 88. Furman 85 89t. Austin Peay 84 89t. Missouri 84 89t. N.C. State 84 89t. Northern Iowa 84 89t. Pacific 84 94t. Campbell 83 94t. Oakland 83 94t. South Carolina 83 94t. Wisconsin 83 98t. Alabama 82 98t. Bucknell 82 98t. Fairfield 82 98t. Harvard 82 98t. Weber State 82 103t. Evansville 81 103t. Memphis 81 103t. Wisc.-Milwaukee 81 106t. Denver 80 106t. Montana State 80 106t. Oral Roberts 80 106t. Sacred Heart 80 106t. SE Missouri St. 80 111t. Buffalo 79 111t. Georgetown 79 111t. Georgia Tech 79 111t. Manhattan 79 111t. Monmouth 79 111t. Pennsylvania 79 117t. Iowa 78 117t. Mount St. Mary's 78 117t. Richmond 78 117t. Western Illinois 78 121t. Indiana 77 121t. UCLA 77 123. Georgia Southern 76 124t. Central Florida 75 124t. George Mason 75 124t. UNC Wilmington 75 127t. Detroit Mercy 74 127t. UAB 74 127t. Western Carolina 74 127t. Wichita State 74 131t. Nebraska 73 131t. Oregon State 73 131t. Wagner 73 134t. Houston 72 134t. Minnesota 72 134t. St. Louis 72 137t. Howard 71 137t. Kansas 71 137t. Loyola Marymount 71 137t. Temple 71 141t. Indiana State 70 141t. Youngstown State 70 143t. Elon 68 143t. Florida State 68 143t. Tennessee-Martin 68 143t. UMass 68 147t. Dayton 67 147t. Drexel 67 147t. Duquesne 67 147t. San Diego 67 151t. S. California 66 151t. Va. Commonwealth 66 153t. East Carolina 65 153t. Portland 65 153t. Southern Miss 65 153t. Quinnipiac 65 157t. Long Island 64 157t. Rice 64 157t. South Alabama 64 157t. UC Irvine 64 161t. Charlotte 63 161t. Idaho State 63 161t. Nevada 63 161t. Niagara 63 161t. Southern Utah 63 166t. Kentucky 62 166t. LaSalle 62 166t. Maryland 62 166t. San Francisco 62 170t. Canisius 61 170t. Illinois @Chicago 61 172t. Florida Atlantic 60 172t. Fresno State 60 172t. Hartford 60 172t. Syracuse 60

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