Sharp's year-by-year résumé

Updated: February 24, 2006, 6:14 PM ET

Thirteen years ago, Marsha Sharp led Texas Tech to the NCAA title. Three years ago, she was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. Now, Sharp will soon be stepping down as Tech's head coach.

Before she goes, however, here's a look at Sharp's successful 24-year run as the Lady Raiders' head coach.

1982-83 22-9 Takes over program after just one season as assistant; finishes fifth in the WNIT
1983-84 23-7 Notches first NCAA Tournament appearance
1984-85 24-8 Finishes third in the WNIT
1985-86 21-9 Reaches second NCAA Tournament
1986-87 18-11 Finishes third in conference play
1987-88 17-13 Falls short of postseason berth for second straight year
1988-89 16-13 … make that third consecutive season
1989-90 20-11 Makes third NCAA appearance but 12th seed loses in first round
1990-91 23-8 Receives No. 9 seed, but makes second straight NCAA first-round exit
1991-92 27-5 Goes 13-1 for first-ever SWC title; also notches first NCAA win (Santa Clara) and first trip to Sweet 16
1992-93 31-3 Wins NCAA championship with Sheryl Swoopes, the program's first national player of the year, leading way
1993-94 28-5 Tallies third straight league title, third straight Sweet 16 bid
1994-95 33-4 Reaches Elite Eight
1995-96 27-5 Loses just one league game for fourth time in five seasons en route to another Sweet 16; Sharp becomes Tech's winningest basketball coach (327 wins)
1996-97 20-9 Falls short of the Sweet 16 for the first time in six seasons, but season includes first Big 12 victory
1997-98 26-5 Recaptures league crown and No. 1 seed, but upset in NCAA second round by ninth-seeded Irish
1998-99 30-4 Third 30-win season results in sixth trip to Sweet 16; Sharp named Big 12 coach of year for second consecutive season
1999-00 28-5 Reaches first Elite Eight in five seasons
2000-01 25-7 Fails to win at least share of Big 12 regular-season title for first time in four years; reaches third straight Sweet 16
2001-02 20-12 First double-digit losses in 11 years, but advances to Sweet 16 for fourth year in a row
2002-03 29-6 Secures fourth trip to the Elite Eight; notches 500th win in February
2003-04 29-6 Team starts program-best 15-0 to earn first regular-season No. 1 ranking (January) … but the No. 4 seed is ousted in NCAA second round
2004-05 24-8 Fourth-seed loses in Sweet 16 to top-seeded Tennessee
2005-06 13-12 Notches win No. 570 overall and and 117 in Big 12 play, which ranks first among all league coaches; still, perhaps the team's most surprising stat is a 1-9 road record
TOTALS 570-187 0.753 winning percentage