New York University Violets

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 14-13 - Conference: 3-11
11/15 at Stevens Final W, 60-48 BX
11/19 vs. Baruch Final W, 75-43 BX RC
11/20 vs. Mass-Boston Final W, 79-68 BX
11/23 at Mount St. Vincent Final W, 71-54 BX
11/26 at Staten Island Final W, 84-69 BX
11/29 vs. SUNY New Paltz Final W, 70-60 BX RC
12/1 vs. Brooklyn Final W, 59-49 BX
12/4 vs. Hunter Final W, 78-41 BX
12/30 at Franklin and Marshall Final L, 56-55 BX
1/2 vs. Johns Hopkins Final W, 75-65 BX
1/7 at Brandeis * • Final L, 57-43 RC BX
1/9 vs. Cortland Final W, 67-47 BX
1/13 vs. Case Western Reserve * • Final L, 79-52 BX RC
1/15 vs. Carnegie Mellon * • Final L, 66-61 BX RC
1/20 at Washington U. * • Final L, 80-48 BX RC
1/22 at Chicago * • Final L, 69-67 BX
1/27 at Rochester * • Final L, 68-49 BX RC
1/29 at Emory * • Final L, 78-75 BX
2/3 vs. Rochester * • Final W, 64-61 BX RC
2/5 vs. Emory * • Final W, 67-61 BX
2/10 at Case Western Reserve * • Final L, 64-60 BX RC
2/12 at Carnegie Mellon * • Final W, 66-51 BX PH
2/17 vs. Washington U. * • Final L, 66-37 RC BX
2/19 vs. Chicago * • Final L, 59-37 BX
2/25 vs. Brandeis * • Final L, 50-47 BX RC
3/1 vs. Marywood Final W, 74-49 BX
3/3 at Springfield Final L, 64-63 BX
@ Carnegie Mellon

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 14-13 - Conference: 3-11
1/7 at Brandeis * • L, 57-43 RC BX
1/13 vs. Case Western Reserve * • L, 79-52 BX RC
1/15 vs. Carnegie Mellon * • L, 66-61 BX RC
1/20 at Washington U. * • L, 80-48 BX RC
1/22 at Chicago * • L, 69-67 BX
1/27 at Rochester * • L, 68-49 BX RC
1/29 at Emory * • L, 78-75 BX
2/3 vs. Rochester * • W, 64-61 BX RC
2/5 vs. Emory * • W, 67-61 BX
2/10 at Case Western Reserve * • L, 64-60 BX RC
2/12 at Carnegie Mellon * • W, 66-51 BX PH
2/17 vs. Washington U. * • L, 66-37 RC BX
2/19 vs. Chicago * • L, 59-37 BX
2/25 vs. Brandeis * • L, 50-47 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)
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2016-17

Washington U. 12-2 26-3
Chicago 11-3 19-8
Rochester 8-6 18-9
Carnegie Mellon 7-7 21-7
Emory 6-8 15-10
Case Western Reserve 5-9 13-12
Brandeis 4-10 12-13
New York University 3-11 14-13

Past Records

2018-19 (17-10, 6-8 UAA)
2017-18 (18-11, 8-6 UAA)
2016-17 (14-13, 3-11 UAA)
2015-16 (19-8, 7-7 UAA)
2014-15 (22-5, 10-4 UAA)
2013-14 (20-6, 9-5 UAA)
2012-13 (10-15, 3-11 UAA)
2011-12 (10-15, 2-12 UAA)
2010-11 (12-13, 6-8 UAA)
2009-10 (16-12, 5-9 UAA)
2008-09 (23-5, 10-4 UAA)
2007-08 (14-11, 3-11 UAA)
2006-07 (27-4, 12-2 UAA)

Team Info

Coach: Lauren Hall-Gregory
Conference: UAA

New York University

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 20950
Location: New York, NY
Colors: Purple, White
Region: East
Arena: Hunter SportsPlex (Temporary Home)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

December 10, 2019 Team of the Week D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll returns for its 23rd season honoring the best players at each position for the past week. It's the D3hoops.com Team of the Week, presented by Scoutware.
November 21, 2019 Hoopsville: Opening Statements Several teams have taken advantage of the first two weeks to make opening statements of their own. What should everyone make of some surprising wins and unblemished marks. Plus, the winningest coach in DIII basketball history explains why he decided to retire. Watch Hoopsville On Demand now!
December 1, 2018 NYU Holds Off Westfield St., 79-74 Katie Foos scored a career-high 23 points and was one of four NYU players in double figures as the Violets defeated Westfield St. 79-74 on Saturday, December 1.
June 5, 2018 Alum returns to coach NYU Meg Barber, who was named to D3hoops.com's first All-Region team as a senior in 2002, has spent the past decade-plus as a Division I assistant and will return to New York University to coach her alma mater.
May 16, 2018 Hall-Gregory departs NYU Lauren Hall-Gregory, who took over as head coach of the New York University women's basketball team prior to the 2012-13 season, has resigned after her wife took the head coaching job at Albany.
March 17, 2018 2018 D3hoops.com women's All-Americans Of the thousands of players in Division III women's basketball, these are the 25 we picked as the best in the country. Bowdoin's Kate Kerrigan was selected Player of the Year and Savannah LeGate of Oglethorpe Rookie of the Year.