CAA Women's Basketball

William & Mary Women's Basketball Schedule 2023-2024: What To Know

William & Mary Women's Basketball Schedule 2023-2024: What To Know

The William & Mary women’s basketball team lost some key players but picked up a few talented replacements. Here’s a look at the Tribe’s 2023-2024 schedule.

Dec 6, 2023 by Matt Cannizzaro
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The William & Mary women’s basketball team had a successful 2022-2023 season, just missing out on a share of the Coastal Athletic Association regular-season title. 

The Tribe posted a 12-6 record in conference play, one win behind Drexel, Northeastern and Towson, which topped the CAA standings at 13-5. 

Overall, William & Mary was 18-13 and saw its season come to an end in the semifinals of the CAA Women’s Basketball Championship at the hands of top-seeded Towson, 76-59. It was the Tribe’s first semifinal appearance since 2017.

The Tribe saw graduate guards Riley Casey (first team) and Sydney Wagner (second team) earn All-CAA honors after the season, along with a CAA Women’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year nod for Casey, but with each leaving, the rebuilding had to begin immediately. 

William & Mary head coach Erin Dickerson Davis didn’t waste any time finding new talent. 

In May, she announced the addition of three transfers, one of whom is Nylah Young, an All-CAA third-team selection last season who transferred from Hampton. 

Last season with the Pirates, Young averaged 14.1 points, six rebounds and two steals per game. 

Along with the three transfers, Davis also signed three freshmen, and the six incoming players have joined nine returning team members already hoping to improve on last season’s success. 

Despite the potential of the incoming group, however, the perceived loss might be greater than the acquisitions, so the CAA coaches voted accordingly. William & Mary ended up ninth in the 2023-2024 CAA Women’s Basketball Preseason Poll.

Here’s a look at the College of William & Mary women’s basketball schedule for the 2023-2024 season.

William & Mary Women’s Basketball Schedule 2023-2024

All times Eastern

DateDayTimeHome/AwayOpponentLocation
Nov. 6(Mon)5 p.m.HomeNorfolk StateWilliamsburg, VA
Nov. 10(Fri)7 p.m.HomeVCUWilliamsburg, VA
Nov. 12(Sun)1 p.m.HomeGeorge MasonWilliamsburg, VA
Nov. 15(Wed)7 p.m.AwayVirginiaCharlottesville, VA
Nov. 24(Fri)2 p.m.NeutralTennessee StateMiami
Nov. 26(Sun)TBDNeutralFIU or BryantMiami
Nov. 30(Thu)7 p.m.HomeOld DominionWilliamsburg, VA
Dec. 3(Sun)11 a.m.AwayNavyAnnapolis, MD
Dec. 7(Thu)7 p.m.AwayJames MadisonHarrisonburg, VA
Dec. 17(Sun)1 p.m.HomeLongwoodWilliamsburg, VA
Dec. 21(Thu)2 p.m.AwayVirginia TechBlacksburg, VA
5-Jan(Fri)7 p.m.AwayMonmouthWest Long Branch, NJ
7-Jan(Sun)2 p.m.AwayHofstraHempstead, NY
12-Jan(Fri)7 p.m.HomeN.C. A&TWilliamsburg, VA
14-Jan(Sun)1 p.m.AwayElonElon, NC
19-Jan(Fri)7 p.m.HomeDelawareWilliamsburg, VA
21-Jan(Sun)2 p.m.AwayTowsonTowson, MD
26-Jan(Fri)7 p.m.HomeHofstraWilliamsburg, VA
28-Jan(Sun)1 p.m.HomeMonmouthWilliamsburg, VA
Feb. 4 (Sun)1 p.m.HomeDrexelWilliamsburg, VA
Feb. 9(Fri)7 p.m.AwayDelawareNewark, DE
Feb. 11(Sun)2 p.m.AwayHamptonHampton, VA
Feb. 18(Sun)2 p.m.AwayCampbellBuies Creek, NC
Feb. 23(Fri)7 p.m.HomeElonWilliamsburg, VA
Feb. 25(Sun)1 p.m.HomeHamptonWilliamsburg, VA
1-Mar(Fri)7 p.m.AwayUNCWWilmington, NC
3-Mar(Sun)2 p.m.AwayCharlestonCharleston, SC
7-Mar(Thu)7 p.m.HomeNortheasternWilliamsburg, VA
9-Mar(Sat)1 p.m.HomeStony BrookWilliamsburg, VA

When Is The CAA Women’s Basketball Tournament?

The 2024 CAA Women’s Basketball Championship will be held March 13-17 at the Entertainment & Sports Arena in Washington, D.C. 

It will come on the heels of the 2024 men’s event (March 8-12), as the conference and venue agreed to a four-year contract that will allow these championship tournaments to return each year through the 2026-2027 campaign.

The winner will earn an automatic berth into the Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. 

When Is The 2024 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship?

The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship will offer LSU the opportunity to defend its national title, won in March 2023 over Iowa, 102-85.

Selection Sunday, which will fall on March 17, is the day the 68 teams for the postseason bracket are announced. 

The First Four will kick things off March 20-21, with eight teams (the four lowest-seeded automatic qualifiers and the four lowest-seeded at-large teams) battling for the opportunity to compete in the main 64-team bracket. 

The road to the national championship will continue with the opening round of play (Round of 64) on March 22-23. The Round of 32 will take place March 24-25. The top 16 seeds will host the first- and second-round games.

Continuing with a tradition established in 2023, the Sweet 16 (regional semifinals) and Elite Eight (regional finals) will be held across two sites—Albany, New York, and Portland, Oregon. These rounds will take place March 29-April 1.

The 2024 women’s Final Four (national semifinals and national championship) will be held at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland on April 5 and April 7, respectively. 

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