Chatham Cougars

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 11-16 - Conference: 4-10
11/15 vs. Wilson Final W, 66-26
11/20 vs. Hilbert Final W, 87-26
11/21 vs. Ursuline Final W, 69-51
11/28 vs. Denison Final L, 71-69
11/29 vs. Kenyon Final L, 70-64
12/2 vs. Waynesburg * • Final W, 47-43
12/5 at Thomas More * • Final L, 78-48
12/9 at Westminster (Pa.) * • Final L, 62-50
12/12 vs. St. Vincent Final L, 76-66
1/3 vs. Penn St.-Fayette Final W, 68-43
1/5 vs. Grove City * • Final L, 54-44
1/9 at Geneva Final - 2OT W, 73-68
1/13 vs. Washington and Jefferson * • Final L, 53-50
1/16 at Bethany * • Final W, 57-51
1/20 at Thiel * • Final L, 63-61
1/23 at Waynesburg * • Final L, 65-62
1/25 at Franciscan (Ohio) Final W, 63-39
1/27 vs. Thomas More * • Final L, 74-61
1/30 at St. Vincent Final L, 69-56
2/3 at Grove City * • Final L, 57-40
2/7 vs. Westminster (Pa.) * • Final L, 83-41
2/11 vs. Geneva Final L, 63-60
2/13 at Washington and Jefferson * • Final L, 54-44
2/17 vs. Bethany * • Final W, 71-62
2/20 vs. Thiel * • Final W, 71-43
2/23 at Grove City Final W, 63-54
2/26 at Thomas More Final L, 68-40

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 11-16 - Conference: 4-10
12/2 vs. Waynesburg * • W, 47-43
12/5 at Thomas More * • L, 78-48
12/9 at Westminster (Pa.) * • L, 62-50
1/5 vs. Grove City * • L, 54-44
1/13 vs. Washington and Jefferson * • L, 53-50
1/16 at Bethany * • W, 57-51
1/20 at Thiel * • L, 63-61
1/23 at Waynesburg * • L, 65-62
1/27 vs. Thomas More * • L, 74-61
2/3 at Grove City * • L, 57-40
2/7 vs. Westminster (Pa.) * • L, 83-41
2/13 at Washington and Jefferson * • L, 54-44
2/17 vs. Bethany * • W, 71-62
2/20 vs. Thiel * • W, 71-43

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/PAC/Women/2009-10/standings-div1 : /conf/PAC/Women/2009-10/standings-div2 : /conf/PAC/Women/2009-10/standings

2009-10

Thomas More 13-1 26-4
Washington and Jefferson 12-2 23-5
Westminster (Pa.) 8-6 14-14
Grove City 8-6 12-14
Waynesburg 5-9 9-17
Chatham 4-10 11-16
Bethany 4-10 7-19
Thiel 2-12 6-19
St. Vincent 0-0 23-5
Geneva 0-0 8-17

Past Records

2017-18 (0-0, 0-0 PAC)
2016-17 (13-13, 7-11 PAC)
2015-16 (11-16, 6-12 PAC)
2014-15 (5-13, 2-9 PAC)
2013-14 (3-22, 2-16 PAC)
2012-13 (5-20, 4-14 PAC)
2011-12 (4-21, 1-17 PAC)
2010-11 (10-16, 5-11 PAC)
2009-10 (11-16, 4-10 PAC)
2008-09 (11-15, 3-11 PAC)
2007-08 (10-16, 5-9 PAC)
2006-07 (8-19, 5-5 AWCC)

Team Info

Coach: Mark Katarski
Conference: PAC

Chatham

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 679
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Colors: Purple, White
Region: Great Lakes
Arena: Athletic and Fitness Center (600)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

May 17, 2011 Chatham coach leaves for Niagara The most successful coach in Chatham's history is moving on up.
February 22, 2011 St. Vincent Ends Cougars Season in First-Round Playoff Action The Chatham University women’s basketball team ended their season tonight with a Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) first-round playoff loss at St. Vincent College 64-47.
February 19, 2011 Cougars Clinch Seventh Place in Playoffs with Win at Thiel The Chatham University women’s basketball team clinched the seventh seed in Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) standings today with a conference win at Thiel College 63-59.
February 16, 2011 Cougars Out-Scored in the Second Half and Go on to Lose to Bethany The Chatham University women’s basketball traveled to Bethany College in West Virginia tonight for a 7 pm Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) contest against the Bison. Bethany out-scored the Cougars 48-41 in the second half to earn the 65-59 victory.
February 12, 2011 Late Effort by the Presidents Earns them PAC Victory at Chatham The Chatham University women’s basketball team celebrated senior day today prior to tipping off against Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) rival Washington and Jefferson College (W&J) at the Athletic and Fitness Center (AFC). Thanks to a late run by the Presidents, W&J came away with the victory 55-48.
February 9, 2011 Chatham’s King Propels Team to Victory with Record Six Three Pointers The Chatham University women’s basketball team defeated host Geneva College tonight in Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) action by a final score of 60-48. Due to Geneva’s NCAA Division III provisional status, however, these results do not count towards overall PAC standings.