Winning basketball is making the plays by not making mistakes.
Connors State turnover with three seconds remaining was fatal for the Cowgirls Monday at Northeastern A&M as the Lady Norse escaped with a 51-49 Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference victory.
Connors State Cowgirls snapped a six-game losing streak with an 87-77 Oklahoma Collegiate Conference victory over the NOC-Tonkawa Lady Mavs at Melvin Self Field House Monday.
Turnovers, turnovers and more turnovers proved costly to the Connors State Cowgirls against the Seminole State Belles in an Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference clash at Ray Harbor Field House.
Connors State battled back from an 18-point deficit to send its game into overtime against arch rival Eastern State on the Lady Mountaineers.
Connors State Cowgirls sustained its fourth consecutive loss, falling to Western State 56-49 in a homecoming clash at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State jumped out to a 23-14 lead over Murray State in the opening period; however the Aggies rallied in the second half to overtake the Cowgirls to post a 76-70 Oklahoma Collegiate Conference victory Monday at Beames Field House.
Redlands Community College kept a stranglehold on the top spot in the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference with a 64-49 victory over the Connors State Cowgirls Thursday at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State Cowgirls saw a five point lead evaporate in the final 2:31 against No, 23-ranked Northern Oklahoma-Enid.
Connors State Coach Jamie Fisher calling it a “total team victory,” the Cowgirls captured a stunning 86-83 double overtime victory against arch-rival Northeastern A&M at Melvin Self Field House