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Wilmington Women's Basketball NCAA Division III Tournament History

Year Round Opponent Location Result Coach
2007-08 First Round Washington U. in St Louis (Mo.) DePauw Loss, 73-72 Jerry Scheve
2006-07 First Round Oglethorpe (Ga.) Wilmington Win, 76-54 Jerry Scheve
2006-07 Second Round Calvin (Mich.) Wilmington Loss, 73-67 Jerry Scheve
2003-04 First Round Albion (Mich.) Wilmington Win, 66-62 Jerry Scheve
2003-04 Second Round Franklin (Ind.) Franklin Win, 75-60 Jerry Scheve
2003-04 Regional Semifinal ("Sweet 16") Thomas More (Ky.) Thomas More Win, 87-75 Jerry Scheve
2003-04 Regional Final ("Elite Eight") Puget Sound (Ore.) Thomas More Win, 63-60 Jerry Scheve
2003-04 National Semifinal ("Final Four") Rochester (N.Y.) Virginia Wesleyan Win, 74-63 Jerry Scheve
2003-04 National Championship Bowdoin (Maine) Virginia Wesleyan Win, 59-53 Jerry Scheve
2002-03 First Round Bye N/A Bye Jerry Scheve
2002-03 Second Round Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio) Wilmington Win, 74-63 Jerry Scheve
2002-03 Regional Semifinal ("Sweet 16") Hope (Mich.) UW-Eau Claire Loss, 77-73 Jerry Scheve
2001-02 First Round Bye N/A Bye Jerry Scheve
2001-02 Second Round Bethany (W.Va.) Wilmington Win, 83-66 Jerry Scheve
2001-02 Regional Semifinal ("Sweet 16") Hope (Mich.) Wilmington Win, 89-81 Jerry Scheve
2001-02 Regional Final ("Elite Eight") DePauw (Ind.) Wilmington Loss, 88-70 Jerry Scheve
1999-00 First Round Kenyon (Ohio) Wilmington Win, 64-46 Jerry Scheve
1999-00 Second Round Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio)  Baldwin-Wallace Loss, 77-72  Jerry Scheve 


Wilmington has made six appearances in the NCAA Division III Tournament and holds an 11-5 record in tournament play.

Wilmington is 6-4 in the first weekend of the tournament including a 3-1 mark in the first round (with two byes) and a 3-2 record in the second round.

Wilmington is 3-2 in the sectional rounds of the the tournament including a 2-1 record in the "Sweet 16" and a 1-1 mark in the "Elite Eight".

Wilmington has made the "Final Four" one time and is a perfect 2-0 with a national championship in 2004.

Wilmington is 6-2 in home games, 3-2 in neutral site contests and 2-1 on the road in tournament games.

*The office of athletic communications makes a concerted effort to keep these records accurate. If you have information that could assist this page, please contact Mitch Blankespoor, director of athletic communications, at