Poor second half defensive play and 27 turnovers doomed the Connors State Cowgirls in a Region II D-1 clash Thursday night against Arkansas Baptist College.
Connors State Cowboys’ home opener was no contest from start to finish.
Connors State Cowgirls used a third quarter blitz and the double-figure scoring of sophomore transfer De’Asia Reid and freshman Isabel Gonzalez to rout Oklahoma Wesleyan University Junior Varsity 89-58 in the Cowgirls' home opener Monday night at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State overcame foul trouble late to fight off Coahoma (Miss.) Community College 86-77 Saturday in the Southern Arkansas University Classic.
Behind the post play of Chalynn Mayes and De’Asia Reid the Connors State Cowgirls rolled to a 66-55 victory over Coahoma (Miss.) Community College Saturday in the Southern Arkansas University Classic.
Connors State used double-figure scoring by five players to crush Southern University-Shreveport 89-71 in their season opener Friday in the Southern Arkansas University Tech Classic.
Sophomore center De’Asia Reid and freshman guard Zee McCalister scored in double figures in leading the Connors State Cowgirls to a season opening 76-38 rout of Southern-Shreveport in the Southern Arkansas-Tech University Classic Friday afternoon.
Bill Muse is entering his 28th season at the helm of the Connors State College men’s basketball program and it will be his least experienced and smallest club in his 28 seasons at the Warner school.
When the Connors State Cowgirls open the 2019-20 basketball season on Nov.1, head coach Jamie Fisher, who begins his fifth season, will have 12 newcomers and five returnees from last season’s 15-16 team. The Cowgirls open the season on the road at the Southern Arkansas Tech University Classic in Camden, Ark., on Friday Nov. 1 against Southern Louisiana-Shreveport at 1 p.m. followed by a Saturday game with Cohoma (Miss.) Community College at noon, before opening at home on Monday, Nov. 4. against Oklahoma Wesleyan University Junior Varsity at 5:30 p.m.
-Connors State pounded out 18 base hits, including three home runs en route to an impressive 15-0 five-inning run-rule victory over Delgado Community College Friday in the NJCAA South Central District Tournament at Joe Becker Stadium.