Emory Eagles

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 18-6 - Conference: 9-4
11/12 vs. Oglethorpe Final - OT L, 71-64 BX RC
11/17 vs. Virginia Wesleyan Final W, 64-37 BX
@ Guilford College (Greensboro, N.C.)
11/18 at Guilford Final W, 67-45 BX PH PH PH
11/24 at Transylvania Final - 2OT L, 90-87 BX
11/25 vs. Denison Final W, 69-57 BX
@ Lexington, Ky.
11/27 vs. Sewanee Final W, 72-52 BX
11/30 at Berry Final W, 68-62 BX
12/8 vs. Birmingham-Southern Final W, 69-31 BX
12/11 vs. Agnes Scott Final W, 86-47 BX
12/29 at Rhodes Final W, 60-49 BX
1/1 at Maryville (Tenn.) Final W, 68-52 BX
1/5 at Rochester * • Final W, 70-52 BX RC
1/11 at Washington U. * • Final L, 77-69 BX RC
1/13 at Chicago * • Final L, 60-56 BX PH
1/18 vs. Case Western Reserve * • Final L, 71-57 BX RC
1/20 vs. Carnegie Mellon * • Final W, 56-51 BX
1/25 vs. Brandeis * • Final W, 70-57 BX
1/27 vs. New York University * • Final W, 70-49 BX
2/1 at Brandeis * • Final W, 72-42 BX
2/3 at New York University * • Final W, 78-70 BX
2/8 vs. Washington U. * • Final W, 75-66 BX RC RC
2/10 vs. Chicago * • Final W, 60-57 BX
2/15 at Case Western Reserve * • Final L, 63-58 BX RC
2/17 at Carnegie Mellon * • Final W, 57-46 BX PH PH
2/23 vs. Rochester * • 2:00 PM V LS A

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 18-6 - Conference: 9-4
1/5 at Rochester * • W, 70-52 BX RC
1/11 at Washington U. * • L, 77-69 BX RC
1/13 at Chicago * • L, 60-56 BX PH
1/18 vs. Case Western Reserve * • L, 71-57 BX RC
1/20 vs. Carnegie Mellon * • W, 56-51 BX
1/25 vs. Brandeis * • W, 70-57 BX
1/27 vs. New York University * • W, 70-49 BX
2/1 at Brandeis * • W, 72-42 BX
2/3 at New York University * • W, 78-70 BX
2/8 vs. Washington U. * • W, 75-66 BX RC RC
2/10 vs. Chicago * • W, 60-57 BX
2/15 at Case Western Reserve * • L, 63-58 BX RC
2/17 at Carnegie Mellon * • W, 57-46 BX PH PH
2/23 vs. Rochester * • 2:00 PM V LS A

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/UAA/Women/2018-19/standings-div1 : /conf/UAA/Women/2018-19/standings-div2 : /conf/UAA/Women/2018-19/standings

2018-19

Washington U. 12-1 18-6
Chicago 10-3 19-5
Emory 9-4 18-6
Case Western Reserve 6-7 14-10
New York University 5-8 13-10
Rochester 4-9 10-14
Carnegie Mellon 3-10 12-12
Brandeis 3-10 7-16

Past Records

2017-18 (13-12, 7-7 UAA)
2016-17 (15-10, 6-8 UAA)
2015-16 (13-12, 4-10 UAA)
2014-15 (12-13, 4-10 UAA)
2013-14 (16-9, 5-9 UAA)
2012-13 (24-4, 12-2 UAA)
2011-12 (18-7, 9-5 UAA)
2010-11 (11-14, 4-10 UAA)
2009-10 (10-15, 3-11 UAA)
2008-09 (13-12, 4-10 UAA)
2007-08 (14-11, 7-7 UAA)
2006-07 (10-15, 4-10 UAA)

Team Info

Coach: Misha Jackson (Emory '13)
Conference: UAA

Emory

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 6587
Location: Atlanta, GA
Colors: Blue, Gold
Region: South
Arena: Woodruff P.E. Center (2000)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

February 20, 2019 Emory Women's Basketball Hosts Rochester In Regular-Season Finale The Emory women’s basketball team closes out the regular season on Saturday (Feb. 23) when it hosts the University of Rochester.
February 17, 2019 Emory Women's Basketball Wins At Carnegie Mellon Junior Erin Lindahl totaled a season-high 21 points and the Emory women’s basketball team kept its postseason hopes alive on Sunday after registering a win at Carnegie Mellon University. 
February 15, 2019 Emory Women's Basketball Tripped Up At Case Western The Emory women’s basketball saw a seven-game win streak come to an end Friday evening as it came out on the short end of a hard-fought road decision to Case Western Reserve. 
February 15, 2019 Emory Women's Basketball Tripped Up At Case Western The Emory women’s basketball saw a seven-game win streak come to an end Friday evening as it came out on the short end of a hard-fought road decision to Case Western Reserve. 
February 13, 2019 Emory Women's Basketball Eyes Case Western & Carnegie Mellon Road Swing The Emory women’s basketball team aims to continue its winning when it embarks on its final road weekend of the regular season.
February 11, 2019 Emory's Ashley Oldshue Named UAA Women's Basketball Player Of The Week Emory University senior Ashley Oldshue has been selected as the University Athletic Association Women's Basketball Player of the Week after helping the Eagles to wins at home over a pair of nationally ranked conference foes.