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Johnson Leads the NCAA in Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

02/01/2023 Basketball NCAA College New Orleans Privateers via unoprivateers.com

New Orleans men’s basketball guard Jordan Johnson leads the nation in three-point field goal percentage at nearly 50% shooting (.492).

Beach Volleyball Reveals 2023 Schedule

01/31/2023 Volleyball NCAA College New Orleans Privateers via unoprivateers.com

The New Orleans Privateers beach volleyball program prepares for a 2023 season that opens with a Blue and Silver Scrimmage at the new Privateer beach facility Feb. 12. The first week of the two-month regular season will see the Privateers tested against high-level competition at the Green Wave Invitational hosted by Tulane.

Privateers Continue Early Season Home Stretch Against Southern

01/30/2023 Tennis NCAA College New Orleans Privateers via unoprivateers.com

NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Privateers women’s tennis team returns to the court on Tuesday when they face the Southern Jaguars at the Privateer Tennis Center. First serve is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m.

Johnson’s 26-Piece Not Enough to Help Top the Lions on the Lakefront

01/29/2023 Basketball NCAA College New Orleans Privateers via unoprivateers.com

New Orleans Men’s basketball program (6-14, SLC 3-6) dropped to Southland conference leader Southeastern despite an outstanding performance from Jordan Johnson, who led the Privateers with 26 points, at Lakefront Arena Saturday afternoon.

Weir Named All-Academic Athlete by USTFCCCA, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Teams Also Honored

01/27/2023 Cross Country NCAA College New Orleans Privateers via unoprivateers.com

NEW ORLEANS – Junior Cross Country runner Alexandra Weir has been named an All-Academic Athlete by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association after her efforts both on the course and in the classroom last fall.