ASU Mid-South used consistent defense and a powerful offense to take an 84-62 victory over Southwest Tennessee Community College in Verties Sails Gymnasium Tuesday night in Memphis.
The victory gives the Lady Greyhounds their fourth win in a row, and first road win since taking the season-opener at Columbia State Community College November 1.
Leading after every quarter of play, ASU Mid-South pulled out to a 42-32 halftime lead as Alesha Penister scored 13 of her game-high 21 points and Ja'Brisha Hawkins poured in ten of her 14 points in the opening half.
The Lady Greyhounds continued to pull away throughout the second half as they held the Lady Saluqis to 30 second-half points while Samantha Jackson scored 17 of her 18 points after the intermission. Sable Greer finished with 16 points, and Rachel Gramling chipped in 14 points for ASU Mid-South.
Next up is a pair of home double-headers with the men's team as both teams welcome Itawamba Community College to The Dog House on Thursday, December 1, and Rhema College on Saturday, December 3.