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Fort Myers, Florida | | The 28th FGCU Women’s Basketball Team (13-2 overall, 1-0 against ASUN) was featured Wednesday morning in Sports Illustrated’s daily cover of SI.
Titled “No. Carl Smesko How did Smesko and the Eagles stay there during their record-breaking run at the helm of Green & Blue?
The FGCU, on a five-game winning streak, wrapped up its four-game homestand against Jacksonville at 7 p.m. Thursday. The Eagles left Saturday for a 6 p.m. game in North Alabama.
With 162 triples so far in 2022-23, the FGCU has made the most 3-pointers in the nation and is the first in the nation at 10.8 per game. Green and Blue also defend their arcs, allowing their opponents only 4.1 3-pointers per game. FGCU was able to advance into his 2021-22 national rankings as the Eagles continued to dominate behind his 3-point arc. The Eagles have led the nation in his three makes per game in the last three years and four of the last five, and his NCAA one-season total record in 2017-18 is It was 431.
Going into this season, the Eagles have been repeatedly elected as ASUN Champions by both coaches and the media. FGCU currently ranks him #3 in Collegeinsider.com’s Mid-Major Top 25 poll. The Eagles finished 2021-22 with his best 20th-place finish in program history, and in the last five seasons he has four top-25 finishes. Additionally, only Green & Blue and defending national champion South Carolina have won at least 30 in five of the last eight seasons.
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Individual ticket, mini plan available
Tickets for the 2022-23 FGCU basketball season are on sale now and can be purchased online at www.FGCUTickets.com or by calling 866-FGCU-TIX. Group tickets can also be purchased for 10 or more people. It will be a night to remember for families, businesses and other groups.
FGCU head coach Carl Smesko He maintains a record of 623-130 (.827) over his career, the third highest winning percentage among active Division I coaches behind UConn’s Geno Auriemma and LSU’s Kim Mulkey. He also led the Eagles to his 233-18 (.932) mark in his ASUN regular season play, and in ASUN tournament play he set a record of 30-2 (.938). Achieved. Over the past ten seasons, he has led his FGCU to his record of 154 wins and five losses (. 969) in conference play and has been undefeated for six of his seasons. Twelve times he has been awarded ASUN Coach of the Year.The program marks his 12th consecutive 25-win season and his 18th win, including his 30+ wins in five of the last eight years. achieved his 20-win campaign for the second time in a row. On top of that, the Eagles have gone 562-103 (.845) all-time since Smesko started the program in his 2002-03 season, and the Green & Blue’s .845 all-time winning percentage is his best in NCAA Division I. . History of women’s basketball.
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To benefit the FGCU Campus Food Pantry (https://www.fgcu.edu/adminservices/foodpantry) and the Harry Chapin Food Bank (www.harrychapinfoodbank.org), charities of choice by FGCU Athletics, We sponsor events in November and April. For more information, including how to donate, visit https://www.fgcu.edu/adminservices/foodpantry and use the hashtag #FeedFGCU to raise awareness.
Together, the FGCU team has won a staggering 94 conference regular season and tournament titles in just over 15 seasons at the Division I level. Additionally, in just over 11 seasons that qualified for the DI postseason, the Eagles combined have qualified 47 teams or individuals to the NCAA Championship. In 2022, the men’s golf team became the first program to earn a general slot into the NCAA Tournament. Eight of his FGCU programs earned top 25 national rankings in their respective sports. This includes women’s basketball (2021-22 and 25th in 2022-23), beach volleyball (2022) and both men’s soccer (2018, 2019) and women’s soccer (2018). are four. In 2016-17, Green & Blue won the DI-AAA Rearfield Directors Cup with a division-best 6th place, beating out several Power-5 and FBS institutions to join the top 100 nationally. In 2018-19, the Eagles won his ASUN and Florida’s Best 7 Team received the NCAA General Recognition Award for Academic Progress in Sports. FGCU also collectively scored a record 3.66 GPA in the classroom in the Fall 2022 semester, outperforming the general college undergraduate population for the 27th consecutive semester. The past seven semesters (Fall 2019-Fall 2022) have reached another milestone as all 15 programs achieved his cumulative team GPA of 3.0 or higher. The Eagles also put in his all-time 7,200 volunteer hours in 2017 and was recognized as one of two runners-up for the inaugural NACDA Community Service Award presented by the Fiesta Bowl.