North Texas Mean Green women's basketball
North Texas Mean Green University University of North Texas Conference Sun Belt Location Denton, TX Head coach Shanice Stephens (1st year) Arena Super Pit
Nickname Mean Green Colors Green and White Uniforms
The North Texas Mean Green women's basketball team represents the University of North Texas (UNT) in NCAA Division I college basketball, competing as a member of the Sun Belt Conference.
Since 1973, the team has played its home games in the Super Pit.
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North Texas Eagles / Mean Green men's basketball head coaches
James W. St. Clair (1916–1920) • Theron J. Fouts (1920–1921) • James W. St. Clair (1921–1924) • John B. Reid (1924–1929) • Terrance Myracle (1929–1933) • Jack Sisco (1933–1935) • Pete Shands (1935–1959) • Charles Johnson (1959–1965) • Dan Spika (1965–1970) • Harry Miller (1970–1971) • Gene Robbins (1971–1975) • Bill Blakeley (1975–1983) • Tommy Newman (1983–1986) • Jimmy Gales (1986–1993) • Tim Jankovich (1993–1997) • Vic Trilli (1997–2001) • Johnny Jones (2001–)
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