Marian Washington recorded winning season (11-8) in her first year as Kansas University coach. Founded KU women's track and field team.
Earned masters degree in biodymantics and administration from KU.
Signed Lynette Woodard of Wichita North, the nation's top prep player.
Notched first 20-win season.
Won first Big Eight championship.
Earned third straight Big Eight championship. Woodard becomes four-time All-American, wins Broderick and Wade Trophies.
Became first black woman to coach U.S. team in international play (U.S. Select Team).
Named to Olympics selection committee.
Recorded 250th victory.
Receives Carol Eckman Award.
Named Black Coaches Association, Big Eight and Kansas Basketball Coaches Association coach of the year after capturing Big Eight title and posting 350th win.
Elected president of Black Coaches Association. Inducted into West Chester State Athletic Hall of Fame.
Served second term at BCA president. Earned No. 6 ranking in Associated Press poll, highest ranking in school history.
Named winner of Giant Steps Award. Finalist for Kansas University Employee of the Year. Records 400th win.
Guided Kansas to league title in last year of Big Eight. Advanced to NCAA Sweet 16 for first time in school history. Named Big Eight and BCA coach of the year. Named an assistant coach for U.S. Olympics team.
Led Kansas to first Big 12 championship. Named Big 12 coach of year. Posted 450th career win. Named the William I. Koch outstanding woman of the year. Made sixth straight NCAA Tournament appearance.
Advanced to NCAA Sweet 16 for second time in school history.
Earned 500th career win Feb. 20 against Oklahoma. Made eighth straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Hired former KU All-American Lynette Woodard as assistant coach.
Advanced to NCAA Tournament for ninth straight season. Recorded 11th straight season with 20-plus wins.
Coached in 850th game.
Earned 550th victory Feb. 19 against Nebraska. Honored by BCA with lifetime achievement award.
Scheduled to be inducted into National Women's Basketball Hall of Fame this summer.