The 2002-03 Lady Bulldogs - 25-10
The 2002-03 women's basketball team made an incredible run to win the Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament Championship and advance to the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament in Sioux City, Iowa, for the first time in school history.
The 2006-07 Lady Bulldogs - 19-15
The 2006-07 women's basketball team made an impropable run into the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs made their second trek to Sioux City, Iowa, by winning the Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament as the No. 6 seed and defeating the three highest seeds, including No. 1 seeded Bryan (Tenn.) College in finals.
The 2007-08 Lady Bulldogs - 25-9
The 2007-08 women's basketball team did things the hard way en route to the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament despite sharing the Appalachian Athletic Conference regular-season title with a 15-3 conference mark. Union lost the special playoff game 75-57 to King (Tenn.) College for the regular-season automatic berth and the No. 1 seed for the AAC Tournament; however, Union blazed through the conference tournament to capture its second consecutive tournament title and a trip to nationals.
The 2011-12 Lady Bulldogs - 25-8
The 2011-12 women's basketball team returned to the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament after a four-year hiatus. Union finished the regular season as the No. 2 seed with a 13-5 conference record and won its quarterfinal game over Reinhardt (Ga.) by a 66-63 margin. The Lady Bulldogs then downed Milligan (Tenn.) 76-68 in the semifinals. In the title game, Union traveled to Athens Tenn., to battle top-seeded Tennessee Wesleyan. After falling behind by double digits early on, Union rallied for a 55-50 victory to win the tournament crown and advance to nationals for the fourth time in program history.
The 2013-14 Bulldogs - 24-9
After narrowly missing out on a bid to the NAIA Division II National Tournament at the end of the 2012-13 season, the Bulldogs returned to Sioux City in 2014 after capturing their fifth Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament Championship under head coach Tim Curry. After finishing the regular season with a 21-8 overall mark, Union entered the AAC Tournament as the No. 2 seed, and blitzed past Virginia Intemont (86-75) and Bryan (63-45) to set up a Championship Game tilt with No. 4 seed Milligan. In the title game, the Bulldogs never trailed, on their way to a hard fought 72-67 victory, making amends for a loss in the AAC Tournament Title Game in 2013. In the programs fifth appearance at the NAIA National Tourament under Curry, the Bulldogs dropped a tough 79-64 decision to No. 7 Hastings (Neb.).