Hardin-Simmons Cowgirls

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 12-6 - Conference: 6-4
11/10 at Centenary (La.) Final W, 83-53 BX
11/12 at Arlington Baptist Final W, 66-62 BX
11/15 vs. Southwestern Final W, 62-40 BX PH
11/20 vs. Trinity (Texas) Final W, 76-68 BX
11/24 at Texas Lutheran Final W, 63-57 BX PH
11/25 at Southwestern Final - 2OT W, 87-86 BX PH
@ Seguin, Texas (Memorial Gymnasium)
11/29 vs. Louisiana College * • Final W, 79-60 BX PH
12/1 vs. Belhaven * • Final - OT L, 68-60 BX PH
12/5 at University of the Ozarks * • Final L, 80-72 BX
12/7 at Texas-Tyler Final L, 78-64 BX
12/13 vs. Austin Final L, 62-48 BX
12/18 vs. Texas-Dallas * • Final W, 67-66 BX PH
1/3 at LeTourneau * • Final W, 65-48 BX
1/5 at East Texas Baptist * • Final L, 62-47 BX
1/10 at Mary Hardin-Baylor * • Final L, 66-58 BX
1/12 at Concordia (Texas) * • Final W, 56-39 BX
1/17 vs. Howard Payne * • Final W, 68-64 BX PH
1/19 vs. Sul Ross State * • Final W, 87-56 BX
1/26 vs. McMurry * • 2:00 PM V LS
1/31 vs. Concordia (Texas) * • 6:30 PM V LS
2/2 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor * • 2:00 PM V LS
2/7 at Sul Ross State * • 6:30 PM
2/9 at Howard Payne * • 2:00 PM
2/11 vs. Arlington Baptist • 6:30 PM V LS
2/16 at McMurry * • 2:00 PM

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 12-6 - Conference: 6-4
11/29 vs. Louisiana College * • W, 79-60 BX PH
12/1 vs. Belhaven * • L, 68-60 BX PH
12/5 at University of the Ozarks * • L, 80-72 BX
12/18 vs. Texas-Dallas * • W, 67-66 BX PH
1/3 at LeTourneau * • W, 65-48 BX
1/5 at East Texas Baptist * • L, 62-47 BX
1/10 at Mary Hardin-Baylor * • L, 66-58 BX
1/12 at Concordia (Texas) * • W, 56-39 BX
1/17 vs. Howard Payne * • W, 68-64 BX PH
1/19 vs. Sul Ross State * • W, 87-56 BX
1/26 vs. McMurry * • 2:00 PM V LS
1/31 vs. Concordia (Texas) * • 6:30 PM V LS
2/2 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor * • 2:00 PM V LS
2/7 at Sul Ross State * • 6:30 PM
2/9 at Howard Payne * • 2:00 PM
2/16 at McMurry * • 2:00 PM

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

2018-19

Texas-Tyler 1-0 10-6
East Texas Baptist 8-2 15-2
Texas-Dallas 7-2 13-4
University of the Ozarks 6-3 9-8
Louisiana College 4-5 7-11
Belhaven 3-6 7-10
LeTourneau 2-8 5-12

2018-19

Mary Hardin-Baylor 9-0 17-1
Hardin-Simmons 6-4 12-6
Concordia (Texas) 3-6 7-11
Howard Payne 3-6 6-12
McMurry 3-8 6-13
Sul Ross State 2-7 4-14

Past Records

2017-18 (6-20, 4-13 ASC)
2016-17 (8-16, 4-12 ASC)
2015-16 (10-16, 6-8 ASC)
2014-15 (12-14, 10-10 ASC)
2013-14 (8-17, 8-14 ASC)
2012-13 (13-13, 11-8 ASC)
2011-12 (13-13, 11-10 ASC)
2010-11 (19-7, 16-7 ASC)
2009-10 (15-11, 12-9 ASC)
2008-09 (22-6, 16-5 ASC)
2007-08 (21-6, 17-4 ASC)
2006-07 (21-5, 18-3 ASC)

Team Info

Coach: Kendra Hassell (Hardin-Simmons '03)
Conference: ASC

Hardin-Simmons

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1743
Location: Abilene, TX
Colors: Purple, Gold
Region: South
Arena: Mabee Complex (3200)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

May 20, 2018 ATN: Homecoming coaches This is the month that a lot of college students return home for the summer, and some coaches are also coming back home. Dagan Nelson has returned to NYU where he was once an assistant and Kendra Hassell has moved back to Hardin-Simmons where she was an All-American player. We spoke to both on this month's podcast.
March 26, 2018 Hassell returns to alma mater Kendra Hassell, a member of the Hardin-Simmons athletics Hall of Fame and a two-time D3hoops.com first team All-America selection, is returning to HSU as women's basketball head coach.
March 1, 2018 Chonko resigns as Cowgirls' coach Hardin-Simmons' head women's basketball coach Melanie Chonko has resigned her position effective immediately. Chonko recently completed her fifth season at the helm of her alma mater.
May 6, 2015 Former All-American named Tyler head coach Two-time D3hoops.com All-America selection Kendra (Anderson) Hassell has been named head coach at UT-Tyler, a conference rival of Hardin-Simmons, her alma mater.
June 20, 2013 Briggs steps down at Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons women’s basketball coach Shanna Briggs, who is the school’s all-time winningest coach, has resigned, citing work-life balance.