Head coach Gail Goestenkors understands what it takes to be creative.
With the loss of players to both graduation and injury this season, Goestenkors and her players have readjusted where necessary, and above all else, learned to cope.
Newly hired assistant coach Ronald Hughey brings a simple, old-school philosophy to the Texas women’s basketball team.
“You must be agile, mobile, hostile,” he repeats multiple times at every practice.
What a difference a year makes. At this point in 2009, Texas was No. 3 in the nation thanks to the returning talent of two All-Big 12 performers and the addition of one of the highest-rated recruiting classes in the country.
After receiving an “at-large” invitation, sophomore Aeriel Ellis participated in the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships this past weekend and was able to advance all the way to the semifinals.