Texas-Dallas Comets

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 21-6 - Conference: 17-5
11/16 vs. Texas Lutheran Final W, 69-58 BX
11/21 at Trinity (Texas) Final W, 78-62 BX
11/23 at Howard Payne * • Final W, 66-62 BX
11/26 at Austin Final W, 72-68 BX
11/30 at Hardin-Simmons * • Final - OT W, 77-67 BX PH
12/5 at Texas-Tyler * • Final L, 71-67 BX
12/20 at Sul Ross State * • Final W, 97-65 BX
1/2 vs. Louisiana College * • Final W, 75-61 BX
1/4 vs. Mississippi College * • Final W, 68-53 BX
1/9 at LeTourneau * • Final W, 74-58 BX RC
1/11 at East Texas Baptist * • Final W, 83-59 BX
1/16 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor * • Final L, 71-68 BX RC
1/18 vs. Concordia (Texas) * • Final W, 73-66 BX
1/20 at University of the Ozarks * • Final W, 72-56 BX
1/23 vs. University of the Ozarks * • Final W, 80-47 BX RC
1/25 vs. Texas-Tyler * • Final L, 62-57 BX
1/27 vs. Hardin-Simmons * • Final W, 77-61 BX
1/30 vs. Sul Ross State * • Final W, 85-55 BX
2/1 vs. Howard Payne * • Final W, 74-68 BX RC
2/6 at Mississippi College * • Final W, 71-60 BX RC
2/8 at Louisiana College * • Final - 2OT L, 78-73 BX
2/13 vs. East Texas Baptist * • Final W, 88-67 BX RC
2/15 vs. LeTourneau * • Final L, 62-61 BX
2/20 at Concordia (Texas) * • Final W, 81-69 BX RC
2/22 at Mary Hardin-Baylor * • Final W, 81-70 BX RC
2/28 vs. Concordia (Texas) Final W, 79-70 BX RC
@ Tyler, TX
3/1 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor Final L, 102-79 BX RC
@ Texas-Tyler

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 21-6 - Conference: 17-5
11/23 at Howard Payne * • W, 66-62 BX
11/30 at Hardin-Simmons * • W, 77-67 BX PH
12/5 at Texas-Tyler * • L, 71-67 BX
12/20 at Sul Ross State * • W, 97-65 BX
1/2 vs. Louisiana College * • W, 75-61 BX
1/4 vs. Mississippi College * • W, 68-53 BX
1/9 at LeTourneau * • W, 74-58 BX RC
1/11 at East Texas Baptist * • W, 83-59 BX
1/16 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor * • L, 71-68 BX RC
1/18 vs. Concordia (Texas) * • W, 73-66 BX
1/20 at University of the Ozarks * • W, 72-56 BX
1/23 vs. University of the Ozarks * • W, 80-47 BX RC
1/25 vs. Texas-Tyler * • L, 62-57 BX
1/27 vs. Hardin-Simmons * • W, 77-61 BX
1/30 vs. Sul Ross State * • W, 85-55 BX
2/1 vs. Howard Payne * • W, 74-68 BX RC
2/6 at Mississippi College * • W, 71-60 BX RC
2/8 at Louisiana College * • L, 78-73 BX
2/13 vs. East Texas Baptist * • W, 88-67 BX RC
2/15 vs. LeTourneau * • L, 62-61 BX
2/20 at Concordia (Texas) * • W, 81-69 BX RC
2/22 at Mary Hardin-Baylor * • W, 81-70 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/ASC/Women/2013-14/standings-div1 : /conf/ASC/Women/2013-14/standings-div2 : /conf/ASC/Women/2013-14/standings

2013-14

Texas-Tyler 20-2 27-4
Texas-Dallas 17-5 21-6
Mary Hardin-Baylor 16-6 18-10
Howard Payne 15-7 16-10
Louisiana College 13-9 16-11
LeTourneau 10-12 12-14
Concordia (Texas) 9-13 11-15
University of the Ozarks 9-13 10-16
Mississippi College 8-14 10-15
Hardin-Simmons 8-14 8-17
East Texas Baptist 7-15 9-16
Sul Ross State 0-22 1-24

Past Records

2017-18 (24-5, 16-2 ASC)
2016-17 (25-4, 15-1 ASC)
2015-16 (14-12, 6-9 ASC)
2014-15 (26-5, 17-3 ASC)
2013-14 (21-6, 17-5 ASC)
2012-13 (20-9, 13-6 ASC)
2011-12 (20-7, 15-5 ASC)
2010-11 (21-6, 16-4 ASC)
2009-10 (19-7, 16-4 ASC)
2008-09 (21-5, 18-2 ASC)
2007-08 (16-10, 12-8 ASC)
2006-07 (10-14, 8-12 ASC)

Team Info

Coach: Polly Thomason
Conference: ASC

Texas-Dallas

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 5354
Location: Richardson, TX
Colors: Green, Orange
Region: South
Arena: UTD Activities Center (3000)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

March 1, 2019 Jostens Trophy finalists announced The Salem Rotary Club announced the 20 finalists for Division III's premier award recognizing excellence on and off the court. The men's and women's award winner will be introduced on Thursday, March 14.
February 23, 2019 No. 18 Comets Upend No. 9 UMHB For ASC Championship For the fourth time in seven seasons, the No. 18-ranked UT Dallas women's basketball team will return home as American Southwest Conference champions after a 63-58 win over No. 9-ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor in the league's title tilt Saturday night.
February 16, 2019 Saturday women: Postseason comes into focus Saturday brought the end of the regular season for much of Division III and the start of the postseason for a few conferences. Kean ensured the NJAC will have a new champion and Texas-Dallas ended the regular season on a very high note.
February 13, 2018 Making every game count Madison Steele thought her UT-Dallas women's basketball career might be over when she ruptured her Achilles. As it turns out, she's not done, although she isn't quite 100 percent.
March 8, 2015 Hoopsville: What A Weekend! It may have been the best opening weekend of Division III college basketball ever. On Hoopsville, Dave McHugh talked with No. 7 Albertus Magnus, No. 10 Dickinson, No. 19 Mount Union, and Northwestern men's squads plus No. 14 Hope and No. 24 Texas-Dallas women's teams. There also may be some additional guests. Watch the show On Demand!
March 8, 2015 Comets Heading to Sweet 16 After 67-65 Win Over No. 13 UT-Tyler UT Dallas women are heading to the Sweet 16 for the first time in program history after knocking off ASC rival Texas-Tyler, 67-65, at home in the second round.