Connors State’s Ra’Shawn Langston, 6-2 guard from Little Rock, Arkansas, has been named second-team National Junior College Athletic Association All-American, it was announced in Colorado, Springs, Colo.
Bill Muse head basketball coach at Connors State College was honored Tuesday by the Oklahoma State House of Representatives as the winningest active coach in the state.
It was heartbreak for 13th-ranked Connors State as the Cowboys battled back from an 18-point first half deficit to come within point of South Plains, Tex., late in the second half, only to see their dream of a Final Four fade.
Connors State has joined the Elite of the National Junior College Athletic Association National Tournament… that is the Elite Eight.
Connors Cowboys are just one win away from reaching the Elite Eight of the National Junior College Athletic Association for the fourth time under head coach Bill Muse.
Connors State went on an 8-0 run with 8:45 remaining, and then drained 7-of-10 free throws in the final two minutes of play to fight off Central Georgia Tech for an 84-78 first round victory in the NJCAA National Tournament Monday night at the Sports Arena.
The field is set for the 71st NJCAA Nation Basketball Tournament in Hutchinson, Kan. March 19-24 at the Sports Arena and Connors State received the No. 12 seed in the 24-team field.
Connors State for the second consecutive year and Cowboys head coach Bill Muse for the 10th time will be going to the Big Dance in Hutchinson, Kan., March 19-24th.
NJCAA Region II is a tournament of advance and survive.
Connors Cowboys singed the Oklahoma Baptist University nets for an amazing 65 percent from the field en route to a 108-86 NJCAA Region II quarterfinal victory over Eastern Oklahoma State Thursday.