Lexy Lake is again excelling in her graduate season with the Campbellsville University Lady Tigers. She has become deadly from beyond the arc.
It might not have been the most picturesque of victories, but that didn’t mean University of Rio Grande men’s basketball head coach Ryan Arrowood was willing to give it back. Arrowood’s club shook off the aftereffects of a 33-point setback at the hands of WVU-Tech, rallying from a six-point second half deficit to post a 64-59 conference win over Ohio Christian University, Tuesday night, at the Newt Oliver Arena.
Given the way that his team has played this season, University of Rio Grande head coach David Smalley has delivered very few – if any – in-game, paint-peeling sermons. Ella Skeens scored 22 of her game- and career-high 27 points in the second half as Rio Grande piled up 69 points over the final two quarters to rally from a one-point halftime deficit and roll to a 111-82 rout of the Trailblazers at the Newt Oliver Arena.
Kori Guest, a 6-foot-6 guard from Tulsa, has been with the OCU Stars from the moment he graduated high school. He’s one of the leaders on the team.
Corey Le’aupepe is one of three international players on the Menlo College men’s basketball team. He has already proven himself and played as the starting center.
Juggling the dual role of student-athlete is a precarious act. In the case of 6-foot-4 guard Marko Radulovic, the balancing act is a reality.
After his opening game performance for the Keiser University Seahawks against Voorhees College, Quinton Glaspie is ready to fight.
After scoring a career-high 23 points in a home opener victory, Keiser University guard Shaquille Harris has staked his claim of becoming the go-to player.
At 6-foot-7, forward Cameron Brady has had an unlikely journey to NAIA school MidAmerica Nazarene University (MNU).
Standing at 6-foot-1, junior guard Core’von Lott has grabbed the attention of everyone in the Florida region with his outstanding shooting.