2019-20 UMA Women's Basketball News

  • Win against Great Bay pushes Moose to 6-2
    November 26, 2019
    The UMA women’s basketball team pulled out to an early lead against Great Bay Community College, scoring the first 16 points of the game.  From that point forward, the Moose never looked back, settling in on a 47-11 lead at the half.  The Moose came out on fire in the third quarter netting 29 points and eventually finished the game 86-20.
  • Moose Fall to Undefeated Seawolves
    November 20, 2019
    UMA’s four game winning streak came to an end Tuesday night against the undefeated (8-0) Seawolves in the Augusta Civic Center.
  • Suhr earns YSCC honors
    November 19, 2019
    AUGUSTA, ME-- Sophomore forward, Madeline Suhr was named YSCC Player of the Week.
  • Moose Improve to 4-1 With Road Victory Over NHTI
    November 18, 2019
    CONCORD, NH – UMA women’s basketball picked up their 3rd consecutive YSCC conference victory at NHTI Sunday improving their record to 4-1.
  • UMA Improves to 2-1 With Win Over Unity
    November 15, 2019
    AUGUSTA, ME ? UMA women?s basketball improved to 2-1 in the regular season against Unity College winning 76-42 in the Augusta Civic Center Thursday night.
  • Moose End Mustangs 56 Conference Game YSCC Winning Streak
    November 06, 2019
    AUGUSTA, ME – UMA women’s basketball put an end to CMCC’s 56-game conference winning streak Tuesday night in the Augusta Civic Center.
  • UMA 71, Knights 74
    November 04, 2019
    AUBURN, ME ? UMA women?s basketball opened their season against Vermont Tech at CMCC Saturday night.
  • Jim Seavey Named UMA Head Women's Basketball Coach
    July 23, 2019
    AUGUSTA, ME: The University of Maine at Augusta Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Jim Seavey as Head Women’s Basketball Coach. “We are thrilled to welcome Coach Seavey to the Moose family,” said Laney. “Jim has a very impressive coaching resume and his passion for developing successful teams through communication and dedication as well as his focus on building player relationships will make him a great fit here at UMA.”