ATLANTA, Ga. - The ASUN Conference Women's Basketball season continues this weekend following a light schedule during the week due to final exams around a majority of the conference institutions. FGCU continues to shine as it has extended its win streak to seven and is one of 20 teams in the country with a .900 or better record.
ATLANTA, Ga. - The second edition of the ASUN Conference Women's Basketball Play of the Week features five great plays. Fans can vote on our Facebook Page by liking the video with the emoji that corresponds with the player of your choice. Voting ends on Thursday at Noon ET.
ATLANTA, Ga. - NJIT's Milena Bajic and Kenna Squire and FGCU's Ashli O'Neal earned ASUN Conference Women's Basketball weekly honors, announced by the conference office on Tuesday. Bajic earned the first Player of the Week award for NJIT this season, while O'Neal became just the third player in ASUN Women's Basketball history to earn three-straight honors. Squire became just the second Highlander recognized as the Freshman of the Week since the award started in the 2017-18 season.
FORT MYERS, Fla. (fgcuathletics.com) - Sheahen Dowling matched her career-high with 10 points as the FGCU women's basketball team (10-1) routed Florida Memorial (6-6) 91-47 to win their seventh-straight game. The Eagles had 11 players reach the scoring column, including five in double figures, led by Ashli O'Neal's 15 off the bench.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (lipscombsports.com) - The Lipscomb women’s basketball team earned a hard-fought 74-64 win against cross-town opponent Tennessee State on Sunday afternoon at the Gentry Center.
WEST HARTFORD, CT--NJIT extended its win streak to three behind three double-figure scorers and two double-doubles from Danielle Tunstall and Milena Bajic in the Highlanders 61-52 victory over Hartford in women's basketball non-conference action at the Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion.
ATLANTA, Ga. - The ASUN Conference Women's Basketball season continues this weekend with FGCU sporting a six game winning streak that includes wins over 2019 national runner-up Notre Dame, No. 20 USF and reigning Sweet 16 participant South Dakota State. NJIT and North Alabama also enter the weekend on a two or more game winning streak.
FLORENCE, Ala. (roarlions.com) – The University of North Alabama women's basketball team eclipsed the 100-point mark for the second time this season during a 120-38 home win over Oakwood Thursday evening at Flowers Hall. Five players reached double figures in scoring as the Lions improved to 6-2 on the year and upped their scoring average to a nation-leading 91.8 points per game.
NEWARK, NJ (njithighlanders.com) - NJIT picked up its second win of the season behind four double-figure scorers led by a career-best 21 points, 10 rebounds from freshman Kenna Squier in the Highlanders 76-73 home victory over visiting Saint Peter's Wednesday in women's basketball non-conference action at NJIT's Wellness and Events Center.
HOUSTON, Texas (fgcuathletics.com) - Tytionia Adderly and Ashli O'Neal combined for 31 points to lead FGCU women's basketball team (9-1) to its sixth-straight victory in a 57-45 win over Houston (4-5) on the road in the Fertitta Center on Wednesday afternoon.
|School||ASUN||Overall||Last Game||Next Game||Schedule|
|FGCU||0-0||10-1||W, 91-47 vs. Fla. Memorial||vs. Dec. 17||FGCU Schedule|
|North Alabama||0-0||6-2||W, 120-38 vs. Oakwood||at Dec. 17||North Alabama Schedule|
|Kennesaw State||0-0||5-4||L, 63-47 vs. Georgia Tech||at Dec. 20||Kennesaw State Schedule|
|North Florida||0-0||5-5||L, 72-45 at No. 14 Indiana||at Dec. 18||North Florida Schedule|
|Jacksonville||0-0||4-5||L, 53-52 vs. Bethune-Cookman||vs. Dec. 15||Jacksonville Schedule|
|Stetson||0-0||4-5||L, 81-41 at Penn||vs. Dec. 15||Stetson Schedule|
|Liberty||0-0||4-6||W, 83-59 at Hampton||at Dec. 18||Liberty Schedule|
|NJIT||0-0||3-8||L, 65-59 at Vermont||at Dec. 21||NJIT Schedule|
|Lipscomb||0-0||2-8||L, 69-68 vs. Belmont||at Dec. 16||Lipscomb Schedule|
* - Clinched a spot in ASUN Championship
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FORT MYERS, Fla. - For the sixth time in eight seasons, the FGCU Eagles are the ASUN Conference Women's Basketball Champions. The Eagles took care of the Liberty Flames in the ASUN Championship Final by a score of 72-49 to head back to the NCAA Tournament for the third-straight season with the conference's automatic berth.