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An unprecedented 30-0 regular season for the women’s basketball team has not only led to plaudits from the sporting world, but has led to Fortune Magazine naming head coach Courtney Banghart as one of the world’s greatest leaders in the magazine’s second annual list.
Coach Banghart was ranked 43rd onthe list by Fortune Magazine, making her the highest ranked leader in women’s sports, and the third ranked individual in the sports industry, behind only former Houston Rockets center Yao Ming and four-time NBA MVP LeBron James.
Coach Banghart was ranked ahead of well-known names such as Travis Kalanick, CEO of Uber, Jimmy Fallon, host of theTonightShow, and most notably, Adam Silver, the NBA commissioner.
It was not enough to be brilliant, admirable, or even supremely powerful.” The magazine stated,"Coach Banghart was a perfect fit for the following description of “effectiveness and commitment and for the courage to pioneer.”
Coach Banghart took over an unsuccessful program eight years ago, and in that time, she has earned a 169-67 record and a 92-17 record in the Ivy League.
The Tigers’ astonishing season came to a close on Monday night, as they fell to the No. 1 seeded Maryland Terrapins in College Park, Maryland.
The Tigers continued their perfect seasonon Saturday, winning their first round matchup against the University of Wisconsin—Green Bay 80-70 in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship tournament.
After picking the Tigers to be in the Final Four in his March Madness bracket, President Barack Obama was in attendance for the Tigers’ dominant victory.
The stands were a sea of Orange and Black as Head Coach Courtney Banghart led the Tigers to today’s win, the first in an NCAA tournament in program history and the second in Ivy League history.
Princeton received a No.
On SelectionMonday, the Princeton Tigers were named the No. 8 seed in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship tournament.
After a regular season filled with success, the most intense part of the season begins now.
The Princeton women’s basketball team, having gone 30-0 in the regular season, will commence the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship tournament as a #8 seed.
Hannah Montana once told me that nobody’s perfect. She clearly never met this Princeton women’s basketball team.
The unstoppable and undefeated Tigers have a lot to celebrate after clinching the Ivy League title and a spot in the NCAA tournament after 70-37 and 63-44 victories over Cornell and Columbia, respectively, this weekend.
Women’s BasketballIn a season that has defied even the loftiest of expectations, the No.
The record-breaking women’s basketball team put another exciting weekend on the books as the Tigers (27-0 overall, 11-0 Ivy) cruised through victories over Yale and Brown.
The Tigers look to continue their still-perfect season as they take on the Yale Bulldogs and the Brown Bearsthis FridayandSaturdayat Jadwin Gymnasium.
After defeating Dartmouth and Harvard this weekend, it looks like an undefeated season might just be with the reach of the Princeton women’s basketball team.
This weekend, the unstoppable Princeton women’s basketball team will look to extend its undefeated record as it hosts rivals Dartmouth and Harvard as the first part of a four-game homestand.
This weekend was an important one for the women's basketball team as they extended their undefeated season to 23-0 with a 7-0 record in the Ivy League.
The Princeton women’s basketball team has been unstoppable this season, climbing national polls with a 21-0 record, and is now the only women’s Division I basketball team in the country still undefeated.
This weekend, the Princeton women’s basketball team matched a program best with 21 consecutive wins this season.
A three-week hiatus after final exams did nothing to stop the momentum of thePrinceton women’s basketball teamas it cruised through games against Harvard and Dartmouth to remain undefeated.
Senior guard Blake Dietrick scored a game-high 25 points and her 1,000thcareer pointon Saturdayas the Tigers upset defending Ivy League champion Penn in the opening game of Ivy League play.
It was announced this week that the Princeton women’s basketball team was the first Ivy League squad in history to crack the top 25 of both the USA Today coaches and the Associated Press polls.
Women’s basketball remains on fire, extending its season-long winning streak to 15 games over winter break as head coach Courtney Banghart passed her 150th career win.
The undefeated women’s basketball team will host the Binghamton University Bearcats this Saturday looking to continue its nine-game winning streak.