Connors State put a “scare” into top seed Northern Oklahoma-Enid Thursday at the Noble Center on the campus of Oklahoma Baptist University in the quarterfinals of the Region II Women’s Basketball Tournament.
Connors State had little trouble with visiting Arkansas Baptist Monday night at Melvin Self Field advancing to the quarterfinals of the NJCAA Region II Tournament Thursday with a 61-41 victory in the play-in game.
Connors State had missed opportunities in the final quarter as visiting Seminole State broke away in the final 30 seconds to capture a 54-51 victory Thursday night to spoil the Cowgirls Sophomore Night in the season finale.
Murray State drained 17-of-22 free throws compared to Connors State’s 7-of-10 at the stripe to capture a 63-56 victory over the Cowgirls in an Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference clash on the Aggies home floor.
Connors State Cowgirls never led in the first half against visiting Eastern Oklahoma State, but caught fire offensively in the final two quarters to post a 73-61 Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference win at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State Cowgirls could never overcome Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa’s early advantage as they fell to the Mavericks 61-50 in an Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference contest Monday night at Foster-Piper Field House.
League leading Northern Oklahoma-Enid took command early and then had to fight off a late Connors State Cowgirls rally to post a 67-54 Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference victory Thursday at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State had a 13-point second quarter lead evaporate in the final half as the Cowgirls fell to Seminole State 64-63 for an Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference victory when the Belles’ Hannah Ash drained the backend of a two shot foul with three-tenths of a second remaining in the game.
Connors State Cowgirls rallied from a 12-point deficit early in the third quarter to overtake visiting Redlands Community College Thursday night at Melvin Self Field House to capture an impressive 64-55 Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference victory.
Connors Cowgirls snapped a three-game losing streak and opened the new year and the second half of the season with a 77-62 victory over Allen County, Kan. Community Thursday.Shaniqua Patterson made her return to the Cowgirls after sitting out the first semester an impressive one by leading Connors in scoring with 31 points.
Connors State Cowgirls overcame Coffeyville Community College’s tenacious zone defense with some deadly outside shooting by Cheyenne Marshall to remain unbeaten with a 57-49 victory Saturday at Melvin Self Field House.
Vicky Dru and Aniya Webster scored 18 and 17 points respectively in leading the Connors State Cowgirls to an impressive opening season victory over Southwestern Christian College 73-51 at Melvin Self Field House Friday.