The UAH women's basketball team concludes its 2023-24 home schedule with two Gulf South Conference matchups at Spragins Hall against No. 6 Union on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. and Christian Brothers on Saturday at 2 p.m. The team is celebrating 4.0 Night and NCAA Division II Day during Thursday's games, honoring Charger student-athletes with a 4.0 GPA and hosting Senior Day on Saturday for Ikia Elam and Olivia Howard. The Chargers are aiming to secure a spot in the GSC tournament, currently ranking 10th in the league standings at 8-15 overall and 7-13 in GSC play. The top eight teams qualify for the tournament quarterfinals on Tuesday, March 5. UAH's offense showcases three players in the top 25 in scoring in the GSC this season, with freshman Bella White ranking third in the league for rebounds. Union enters Thursday's game with a strong 24-2 overall record, while Christian Brothers holds a 2-22 overall record.

By the Numbers
  • UAH's current league standings: 10th in the GSC at 8-15 overall and 7-13 in GSC play
  • Union's record: 24-2 overall, with an 18-2 record in GSC games
  • Christian Brothers' record: 2-22 overall, and 2-18 mark in conference contests
State of Play
  • UAH is celebrating 4.0 Night and NCAA Division II Day during Thursday's games
  • Chargers currently aiming to secure a spot in the GSC tournament, where the top eight teams qualify for the quarterfinals
  • UAH's offense boasts three players in the top 25 in scoring in the GSC this season
  • Union enters Thursday's game with a strong 24-2 overall record, while Christian Brothers holds a 2-22 overall record
Bottom Line

The UAH women's basketball team is gearing up for its final 2023-24 home games, with aspirations to secure a spot in the GSC tournament and highlight achievements during special event nights. The upcoming matchups against No. 6 Union and Christian Brothers will be pivotal in shaping the team's postseason journey.