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Schedule

W. BASKETBALL
Jan 19 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
82
UNCW
UNCW
49
W. BASKETBALL
Jan 21 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
51
Elon
Elon
64
W. BASKETBALL
Jan 26 - FINAL
Northeastern
Northeastern
64
Delaware
Delaware
53
W. BASKETBALL
Jan 28 - FINAL
UNCW
UNCW
62
Delaware
Delaware
80
W. BASKETBALL
Feb 4 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
59
Northeastern
Northeastern
73
W. BASKETBALL
Feb 9 - FINAL
William & Mary
William & Mary
59
Delaware
Delaware
68
W. BASKETBALL
Feb 11 - FINAL
Hofstra
Hofstra
41
Delaware
Delaware
61
W. BASKETBALL
Feb 16 - FINAL
James Madison
James Madison
56
Delaware
Delaware
53
W. BASKETBALL
Feb 18 - FINAL
College of Charleston
College of Charleston
51
Delaware
Delaware
79
W. BASKETBALL
Feb 23 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
61
William & Mary
William & Mary
52
W. BASKETBALL
Feb 25 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
56
James Madison
James Madison
67
W. BASKETBALL
Mar 1 - FINAL
Drexel
Drexel
72
Delaware
Delaware
53
W. BASKETBALL
Mar 3 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
81
Towson
Towson
55
W. BASKETBALL
Mar 8 - FINAL
Northeastern
Northeastern
50
Delaware
Delaware
61
W. BASKETBALL
Mar 9 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
53
Drexel
Drexel
58
W. BASKETBALL
Mar 16 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
57
Georgetown
Georgetown
67
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Women's Basketball Coaching Staff
Allison Daly
Director of Operations
Coach Info:
Position: Director of Operations
Hometown: Harrisburg, Pa.
Alma Mater: Saint Francis
Graduating Year: 2011
Experience: 1 Year
Phone: 302-831-4995
Email: adaly@udel.edu

Alli Daly joined the Blue Hens as their Director of Basketball Operations in September 2013 and recently completed her second season in the position.

Daly, a former standout at Saint Francis University, is responsible for the oversight of travel arrangements, practice scheduling, team managers and film exchange in addition to assisting with administrative duties.

In her first season with the Hens, Daly was instrumental in leading the 2013-14 squad into unknown territory after losing one of the most memorable and talented classes in school history following the 2012-13 campaign.  The Blue Hens bounced back from graduating seven seniors, including 2013 WNBA Rookie of the Year Elena Delle Donne, and a career total of over 6,500 points, 3,200 rebounds and 1,100 assists in remarkable fashion.

Delaware fielded nine freshmen and sophomores in 2013-14 with just three juniors and seniors, a far cry from the squad that reached the NCAA Sweet 16 just a season earlier. The returning Blue Hens combined for a total of 1,505 minutes (20.8 percent), 383 points (15.8 percent) and 269 rebounds (7.5 percent) in 2012-13.  Fellow CAA schools predicted Delaware would finish fifth in the league while just one player (Akeema Richards) was chosen to the Preseason All-CAA Second Team.

This all served as motivation for UD as the Blue Hens returned to the CAA Championship game for the fourth straight season and earned a berth into the WNIT following a year where Delaware went 20-11 overall and 10-6 in the conference.  The Blue Hens traveled north for a WNIT First Round contest wherein the eventual tournament champion, Rutgers, edged UD, 65-61.

Daly arrived at Delaware from her alma mater, where she served in the same role for the Red Flash during the 2012-13 season.

A 2011 graduate of Saint Francis, Daly scored 1,173 career points with the Red Flash – the 14th-most in program history.  She also is first in three-pointers attempted (632), second in three-pointers made (222), fourth in steals (210), eighth in blocks (66) and 13th all-time in rebounds (594).

A native of Harrisburg, Pa., Daly was a member of two Pennsylvania state semifinalist teams at Trinity High School.

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