Signing two more standouts from an Arkansas state championship team, the Lady Greyhounds have inked 5'7" guard Donita Webb and 5'8" forward Amber Hatchett from Jonesboro High School to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement for the 2016-17 season.
Grabbing the MVP of this year's Arkansas 4A State Championship game, the Lady Greyhounds have signed Kayla Young, a 5'6" guard from Searcy, Arkansas, to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement for the 2016-17 season.
Adding some much needed size to the frontcourt, the Lady Greyhounds have signed Tyesha Gunn, a 6'6" post player from Corinth, Mississippi, to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement for the 2016-17 season.
Getting the first signee from her alma mater, Lady Greyhound Head Coach Sonja Tate has signed Sable Greer, a 5'8" guard from West Memphis, Arkansas, to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement for the 2016-17 season.
In a signing ceremony on the campus of ASU Mid-South, the Lady Greyhounds picked up Marquesha Fennell, a 5'10" guard from Overton High School in Memphis, to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement for the 2016-17 season.
Double overtime proved to be too much for the Lady Greyhounds of Arkansas State University Mid-South last night as ASU Mid-South (5-12 overall) dropped a 101-92 decision to Northeast Mississippi at The Dog House.
Hosting NJCCA Region II rival North Arkansas on Saturday, the Lady Greyhounds (4-11 overall) spotted the Lady Pioneers a 15-0 first quarter lead, before battling back to tie the game in the third quarter, only to lose a 74-67 game.
Playing on the road for the fourth time in their last five games, the Lady Greyhounds battled valiantly to take a 75-66 victory at Dyersburg State Community College in Dyersburg, Tennessee behind a 25-point effort from Kimberly Reed.
In their first game in three weeks coming back from the Christmas break, the Lady Greyhounds couldn't get into a shooting rhythm and fell 85-71 at Southwest Tennessee Community College Wednesday in Memphis.
The Lady Greyhounds forced 35 turnovers and pulled down 19 offensive rebounds but it wasn't enough as they fell at St. Louis Community College 64-62 after leading by five points entering the fourth quarter.
Leading by one after the first quarter, the Lady Greyhounds outscored Southwest Tennessee 22-11 in the second quarter and never relinquished the lead the rest of the way for a 69-64 victory Monday at The Dog House.
The Lady Greyhounds jumped out to a 25-8 lead in the first quarter and never looked back to take an 81-52 victory over St. Louis Community College in their first game of the Lady Greyhound Classic Friday at The Dog House.