Women's Basketball - Archives 2016-17

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Light Up The Hart Center With The Crusaders
Athletics 10/25/2016

Basketball season will be here before you know it, and the Holy Cross men's and women's teams have been hard at work preparing for the 2016-2017 season! The men are the reigning Patriot League champions, and return four starters off last season's squad as they look to continue their conference supremacy this season.

A Community Of Leaders
Athletics 10/24/2016

Crusader student-athletes are leaders on and off the playing field!

Get Ready For Basketball Season!
Athletics 10/24/2016

Winter is just around the corner and the Holy Cross men's and women's basketball teams are back in the gym, preparing to light up the Hart Center this year. This is sure to be an action-packed season on the hardwood, as the Crusaders look to bring more Patriot League hardware to Worcester!

Bridging The Gap
Athletics 10/10/2016

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee held event with faculty and coaches.

United For A Cure
Athletics 10/03/2016

Several Crusader athletic teams participated in the UMass Medicine Cancer Walk.

Holy Cross Menís & Womenís Basketball Games To Air On American Sports Network
Athletics 09/28/2016

Holy Cross director of athletics Nathan Pine has announced that two of the Crusaders' games will air on the American Sports Network this winter. The men's basketball game against Lafayette on Jan. 11 will be televised at 7:00 p.m., while the women's basketball contest against Bucknell on Feb. 4 will be shown at noon.

Parks Named Assistant Womenís Basketball Coach
Women's Basketball 08/22/2016

Holy Cross women's basketball head coach Bill Gibbons has announced that Danielle Parks has been named an assistant coach with the program.

Holy Cross Announces 2016-2017 Womenís Basketball Schedule
Women's Basketball 07/22/2016

Holy Cross director of athletics Nathan Pine and head women's basketball coach Bill Gibbons have announced the Crusaders' schedule for the 2016-2017 season. Holy Cross will host a total of 14 contests at the Hart Center, which includes five non-conference opponents that will visit Mount St. James.