Women’s Basketball: 824 and Counting
With more to come.
Competition on campus in 1977 at Hope’s Carnegie-Schouten Gymnasium, built in 1906 and razed in 1982
Game action in the 1970s at the Holland Armory, which still stands on Ninth Street west of Central Avenue
A 1980s-era contest at the college’s Dow Health and Physical Education Center, home court from 1978 through 2004
Dina Disney ’91 Hackert at the line at the Holland Civic Center before sinking the tie-breaking, after-the-buzzer free throw for Hope’s first-ever national championship in 1990, dubbed the “Miracle on Eighth Street”
Inaugurated as Hope’s new home court in 2005, the Richard and Helen DeVos Fieldhouses sees Hope playing Calvin in 2015
Celebration after winning the national championship in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 2006
A SEASON OF SUCCESS
Appropriately, the team achieved its most recent win during an NCAA Division III tournament run, playing in the Sweet Sixteen in a packed Richard and Helen DeVos Fieldhouse on March 9 and advancing to the Elite Eight.