The Winston-Salem State University women's basketball team will face Johnson C. Smith University on Tuesday, February 13th, and host Fayetteville State University on Thursday, February 15th. The Lady Rams recently fell to Claflin University, and are relying on returners and newcomers to make an impact. Amaya Tucker and Kennedi Simmons are leading the team in scoring. Johnson C. Smith University and Fayetteville State University also have key players, with Fayetteville State boasting an impressive 20-2 record.

By the Numbers
  • Since 2006, the Rams trail in the series against Johnson C. Smith University, 22-8.
  • Fayetteville State University holds a 15-13 series lead against the Rams since 2005.
  • The Rams fell to Claflin University 56-45, with Sierra Hunter leading with 14 points and six rebounds.
State of Play
  • Amaya Tucker and Kennedi Simmons lead the Rams in scoring, with 11.3 and 9.0 points per game, respectively.
  • Johnson C. Smith University recently fell to St. Augustine's University 58-44, while Fayetteville State University defeated Johnson C. Smith 64-56.
What's Next

The Lady Rams will travel to Raleigh, North Carolina to face Shaw University on Thursday, February 22nd.

Bottom Line

The Lady Rams are set for crucial matchups against Johnson C. Smith University and Fayetteville State University, and will look to their key players to make an impact in concluding their home slate.