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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Fresh off its thrilling win over Florida, the Marshall women’s basketball team hosts Salem Monday night at the Cam Henderson Center. Tickets for Monday’s game at 6 p.m. can be purchased HERE.

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Game notes: Marshall 

Twitter: @HerdWBB

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2023-24 WBB Season Tickets

Buy your season tickets for the 2023-24 Marshall women’s basketball season HERE! To donate to the program’s championship fund, click HERE. All proceeds go directly to the women’s basketball program. 

COACH KIM CALDWELL

  • On March 27, 2023, the Coach Kim Caldwell era began for the Marshall University women’s basketball program. Caldwell became the eighth head coach in the history of the Herd. 
  • Caldwell – the Parkersburg, West Virginia native – joins Marshall from Division II Glenville State, where she turned the Pioneers into a powerhouse, going 191-24 in seven seasons, winning the 2022 NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championship. 

PRE-GAME NOTES

  • Marshall picked up a signature win over Florida last Saturday at the Cam Henderson Center. The Herd held the Gators scoreless over the final 3:28.
  • Abby Beeman notched her third double-double of the year, the second-most in the Sun Belt Conference. Beeman leads the league in assists (44), assists per game (6.3) and is second in the league in steals (21) and steals per game (3.00).
  • Mahogany Matthews had three blocks against Florida. Matthews is second in the SBC with 11 blocks. 
  • Marshall leads Salem 10-0 in the series. The teams have only met once in the 21st century, with the Herd winning 84-41 in 2014.

For a more in-depth look at Marshall women’s basketball, visit HERE.

ABOUT SALEM

  • The Salem Tigers (Formerly Salem International) are a Division II Independent in West Virginia. Salem and the Mountain East Conference have a non-conference scheduling agreement following the closing of Alderson Broaddus University in August.  
  • The Tigers enter the weekend 2-7, averaging 67.4 points per game. 
  • Three players are averaging double figures for Salem – Elena Pericic (12.7), Teodora Popovic (10.6) and Anete Bluma (10.1).

For all the latest information about Marshall Women’s Basketball, follow @HerdWBB on Twitter and @HerdWBB on Instagram.

To follow all Thundering Herd sports and get live stats, schedules and free live audio, download the Marshall Athletics App for iOS and Android. 

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