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Fun Fact: Women’s basketball moving toward Sun Belt play

Women’s basketball head coach Shanice Stephens brought a unique characteristic with her when she joined UNT in 2008. She was:

A. First coach with WNBA experience.

B. Youngest coach in the Sun Belt Conference.

C. She coached at other Sun Belt Conference schools.

D. First Mean Green coach to schedule women’s power North Carolina.

Shanice Stephens, women's basketball coachThe correct answer is B: Stephens, right, 37, was – and is - the youngest coach in the Sunbelt Conference. But her experience and success exceed that of some more experienced coaches. Before joining the Mean Green, she was associate head coach at Clemson University, in the powerful Atlantic Coast Conference, and coached at Rice University, when Rice was an annual 20-game winner and nationally ranked.

Enter to win a pair of tickets to any women’s home basketball game. Send an e-mail to InHouse with “Stephens” in the subject line by 5 p.m. Dec. 3. Winners will be selected at random from all responses.

The team plays SMU in Dallas at 7 p.m. Dec. 7; upcoming home games are:

  • 7 p.m.  Dec. 8 – Sam Houston State
  • 7 p.m.  Dec. 13 – Nicholls State
  • 5 p.m.  Dec. 30 – University of Arkansas, Little Rock
  • 2 p.m.  Jan. 1 – Louisiana-Lafayette – the first Sun Belt Conference game

In 2008, Stephens’ first year, the team tied the season record for wins away from the Super Pit, and 12 players enjoyed career scoring highs. In 2009, the team finished fourth in the seven-team conference west division. 

Below, Kasondra Foreman in the Nov. 12 78-75 victory over Stephen F. Austin. (Photos by Rick Yeatts)

Kasondra Foreman basketball action

Posted on: Mon 01 November 2010

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