ead Women’s Basketball Coach Tricia Fabbri earned her 400th career win today — and 16th consecutive victory — as Quinnipiac defeated Siena, 83-72.
The all-time winningest coach in Quinnipiac women’s basketball history, Fabbri led the Bobcats on a thrilling ride to the NCAA Sweet 16, rewriting the record books at Quinnipiac and establishing what stands as one of the greatest single-seasons by any program in university history. Quinnipiac became just the fourth 12th seed in NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament history to advance to the Sweet 16.
At season’s end, Fabbri’s Bobcats achieved two more program-firsts as Quinnipiac earned the No. 23 ranking in the USA Today Coaches’ Poll to earn a national-ranking for the first time in program history. In addition, Quinnipiac was voted the top mid-major program in the nation in the College Insider Mid-Major Poll, marking the first time the program has earned the No. 1 ranking in the mid-major ranking poll. In addition, the Bobcats finished 29-7 overall to complete their sixth straight 20-win season while advancing to a fifth straight appearance in the conference championship game, sixth straight trip to a national postseason tournament and earning a third straight MAAC Regular Season title.