Women's Basketball All-Decade Team Voting Now Open


As part of the Big South's 30th Anniversary celebration in 2013-14, the League invites fans to vote on its All-Decade Teams.  Balloting for Women's Basketball is now open, and fans may submit votes for each All-Decade Team one time.  Fan votes will comprise 20 percent of the overall total in determining the Big South's All-Decade Teams.

Women's Basketball became a Conference sport in 1986-87, and candidates were determined based on being at least one of the following: 1) Was a multiple All-Conference honoree; 2) Was named an All-American; 3) Is a member of the Big South Conference Hall of Fame; 4) Student-athletes must be a college graduate or left their respective institution in good academic standing; 5) Won a Conference Championship as a coach and/or was voted Conference Coach of the Year; and 6) Players of the Year, Tournament MVPs and First-Team All-Conference honorees will be among the candidate pool for the 1983-89 All-Decade Teams.  Candidates that participated in two different decades have been placed in a specific decade based on consultation from member institutions.  Member institutions also had final determination in regards to inclusion of student-athletes and coaches.

Fan voting for Women's Basketball is open through Sunday, Feb. 2.

Click here to proceed to the Women's Basketball All-Decade Team ballot.