WNCAAB 12/10 20:00 - Wyoming Women vs Creighton Women - View
WNCAAB 12/17 19:00 - Montana State Women vs Wyoming Women - View
WNCAAB 12/21 22:30 - Eastern Washington Women vs Wyoming Women - View
WNCAAB 12/22 20:00 - Wyoming Women vs Wright State Women - View
WNCAAB 12/30 21:00 - Wyoming Women vs Boise State Women - View
WNCAAB 01/04 01:00 - Utah State Women vs Wyoming Women - View


WNCAAB 12/03 19:00 - [143] Wyoming Women v Oklahoma State Women [206] L 62-78
WNCAAB 11/29 01:30 - [19] BYU Women v Wyoming Women [164] W 74-86
WNCAAB Extra Games 11/21 18:00 - Chadron State Women v Wyoming Women W 32-78
WNCAAB 11/18 22:00 - [156] Wyoming Women v Gonzaga Women [81] L 64-80
WNCAAB 11/15 01:00 - [211] Wyoming Women v Denver Women [170] W 58-41
WNCAAB 11/11 01:30 - [63] Nebraska Women v Wyoming Women [123] L 71-52
WNCAAB 11/07 01:30 - [58] North Dakota Women v Wyoming Women [58] W 60-77
NIT Women 03/21 23:00 124 Wyoming Women v Kansas State Women L 55-71
NIT Women 03/18 00:30 122 Texas A&M Corpus Christi Women v Wyoming Women W 41-75
WNCAAB 03/09 03:00 1 [76] Wyoming Women v UNLV Women [3] L 60-71
WNCAAB 03/08 03:30 2 [95] Colorado State Women v Wyoming Women [76] W 56-65
WNCAAB 03/07 01:00 3 [340] San Jose State Women v Wyoming Women [76] W 57-72

The Wyoming Cowgirls basketball team is a women's college basketball team at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming. Competing in the Mountain West Conference, the organization has a tradition dating back to 1973.


The program began in 1973, with Bonnie Hulstrand as head coach. Following Hulstrand's leaving for the Idaho Vandals, Margie Hunt McDonald led the team for 9 seasons, finishing her coaching career with over 100 wins and a winning record at Wyoming. When McDonald left coaching to become the executive director of the High Country Athletic Conference, Dan Richards coached the team for three seasons. Chad Lavin was hired as head coach in 1986 and coached the Cowgirls for 12 seasons, including the 1989–90 season, in which the Cowgirls won their only conference regular season title. In 1998, Cheyenne, Wyoming native Cindy Fisher was hired as the head coach of the Cowgirls, and coached the team for five seasons, including the 2003 season, in which the Cowgirls appeared in the WNIT for the first time. In 2003, Fisher resigned her position, citing personal reasons.

On May 1, 2003, Wyoming announced the hiring of Utah assistant Joe Legerski as head coach. At the end of his first season, Legerski won the Mountain West Conference coach of the year award after leading a team with 7 freshman and 10 underclassman to a 5th place finish in the conference. In 2006, the Cowgirls achieved both the second 20–win season in the program's history and the program's second appearance in the WNIT. The next season, the team continued to improve, again winning over 20 games and making the WNIT tournament for 2007. The Cowgirls made it to the championship game and defeated Wisconsin 72–56 to win the tournament in front of a record crowd of 15,462 in the Arena-Auditorium. The 27 wins recorded by the 2006–07 team remain a program record. The Cowgirls continued to see improving results, finishing 24–7 and earning the program's first berth into the NCAA tournament, although the team lost in the first round to Pittsburgh. Over the next 11 seasons, the Cowgirls recorded 7 more 20–win seasons and 6 more appearances in the WNIT. At the conclusion of the 2018–19 season, Joe Legerski announced he was retiring as head coach after 16 years. Legerski won Mountain West conference coach of the year three times (2003–04, 2016–17, 2017–18) and retired as the program's winningest coach with a record of 314–186 (.628).

On May 7, 2019, longtime Cowgirl assistant Gerald Mattinson was named the seventh head coach in program history. In Mattinson's first season as the head coach, the Cowgirls went 17–12, and reached the semifinals of the Mountain West tournament. In Mattinson's second season, the Cowgirls went 14–10, but won the Mountain West tournament, the first in program history. The Cowgirls lost to UCLA in the Round of 64 of the NCAA tournament.

The Wyoming Women's basketball team is a highly competitive and skilled group of athletes who represent the University of Wyoming in NCAA Division I basketball. The team is known for their strong work ethic, teamwork, and dedication to the sport. They are led by a talented coaching staff who have helped the team achieve numerous victories and accolades over the years. The players on the team are diverse in their backgrounds and skill sets, but all share a passion for the game of basketball. They are known for their fast-paced, high-energy style of play, and their ability to execute both on offense and defense. The Wyoming Women's basketball team is a force to be reckoned with in the Mountain West Conference and beyond, and they continue to inspire fans and aspiring athletes alike with their impressive performances on the court.