ASU Mid-South will host its first-ever boys’ basketball camp from June 27-30 at The Dog House. The camp will run from 8:00am to 4:00pm each day and is open to boys entering grades 3 through 9 this fall.
Signing their third high school prospect in the last three days, the Greyhounds have inked D'Ayerian Montgomery to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement during a ceremony Wednesday at Horn Lake High School in Horn Lake, Mississippi.
After capturing his second state title in the last three years, Montee Randle decided to stay close to home, signing with ASU Mid-South in a ceremony Tuesday at Forrest City High School in Forrest City, Arkansas.
Signing their fourth high school prospect for the 2016-17 season, the Greyhounds have added KeShaun Davis to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement during a ceremony Monday at Mineral Springs High School in Mineral Springs, Arkansas.
Less than 24 hours after announcing their first signee of the spring, the Greyhounds have added their second student-athlete by inking Terrandus Smith to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement Friday at Jackson South Side High School in Jackson, Tennessee.
The ASU Mid-South men's basketball program has added their first signee for 2016-17 as Kris "K.J." Patrick, a 6'6", 260-pound forward signed an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement at a ceremony Thursday at Russellville High School.
After losing 77-76 at North Arkansas College two weeks ago, the Greyhounds ended their season with a loss to the #12 ranked Pioneers in the Region 2 Championship after winning 18 games for the second consecutive year.
The ASU Mid-South Greyhounds battled to the finish but fell just short against the North Arkansas College Pioneers, falling 77-76 in what Greyhound head coach Chris Parker described as an “epic battle.”
The Greyhounds hit the road for a much-anticipated contest with Arkansas Baptist, who had dealt ASU Mid-South a 102-97 loss on January 9 in a game that the Greyhounds controlled until late in the contest.
ASU Mid-South (11-8 overall) showed no after-effects of a loss in Senatobia, Mississippi last Thursday and got all over the Warriors of Faith Preparatory Academy for a 131-89 victory Saturday at The Dog House.
At the conclusion of a back-and-forth, tug-of-war contest against North Arkansas, Arkansas State University Mid-South Public Address Announcer Mark McCleskey had an announcement to make: "For the first time, your Greyhounds have beaten a nationally-ranked team," said the veteran voice of the team.
The ASU Mid-South Greyhounds bounced back in a big way on Tuesday night. ASU Mid-South put six scorers into double-figures, led by Chris Smith’s 16 points, to glide past Blue Mountain College easily, 103-53.
In perhaps the most exciting game of the season, the Greyhounds found themselves tied with less than 30 seconds remaining, but Arkansas Baptist College hit two free throws and ASU Mid-South turned the ball over on their last possession and ABC hit a last-second three-pointer for the final 102-97 decision Saturday at The Dog House.