Texas guard Daunte Galvan has signed a National Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement with the Greyhounds for the 2019-20 season in a ceremony at PSJA North Early College High School in Pharr, Texas.
The Greyhounds added two more Little Rock-area products for the 2019-20 season, signing Jarius Sharp and Jared Smith to a National Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement in a ceremony at Cirks Arena on the campus of Hall High School.
Signing their first high school recruit of the season, the Greyhounds have inked three-time All-State guard Kevin Fulton from Nettleton High School in Jonesboro, Arkansas, to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement.
The Greyhounds have added North Little Rock guard/forward Kylon McCullough for the 2019-20 season as he signed a National Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement in a ceremony at the North Little Rock High School Arena.
Down by 11 points in the second half, the Greyhounds used a slow and steady comeback to force overtime, then scored 13 points in the extra period for an 80-75 victory in the NJCAA Region 2 Championship Game.
ASU Mid-South's defense held visiting National Park College to 23 first-half points while the offense was as efficient as its been all season as the Greyhounds took a 101-58 victory Thursday at The Dog House.
The Greyhounds took their first lead on a Jalen Lynn three-pointer with 2:20 to go and hit 3-of-4 free throws in the last minute for an 80-75 Region 2 victory over North Arkansas Saturday at The Dog House.
Freshman Jalen Lynn (Collierville, TN) set a new single-game scoring record by scoring 40 points including 12 3-pointers as the Greyhounds earned a 115-75 victory over West Kentucky Thursday at The Dog House.
Setting season lows in points and field goal percentage, the Greyhounds saw a 14-point second half lead disappear with their shooting touch as they fell 77-65 to Northwest Mississippi Monday at The Dog House.
The Greyhounds warmed up before Saturday's game the same way they have done in 11 previous contests this season, but then joined the officials, game workers and fans in waiting for their opponent who never showed up to play.