Caroline King voted Third-Team All-SCACBIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Junior Caroline King was voted Third-Team All-SCAC, and juniors Melanie Short and Alex Adams received Honorable Mention nods as today's women's basketball post-season honors were announced by the league office.
Panthers end season with heartbreaking double overtime loss to SouthwesternHOMEWOOD, Ala.—In the quarterfinals of the 2012 SCAC Women's Basketball Championship today at Homewood High School, Southwestern University had to survive two overtime periods and needed a runner in the lane by first-year forward Madison Eschle with 1.7 seconds remaining to earn a hard-fought 96-95 decision over Birmingham-Southern College.
Panthers upset No. 23 Centre, 72-60BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—The Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team returned home Friday evening with a bang, upsetting No. 23 Centre College, 72-60, to hand the Colonels their first conference loss of the season.
Panthers fall to Hendrix, 71-61CONWAY, Ark.—Despite a late-game surge to cut the lead to single digits, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team lost on the road to Hendrix College, 71-61, Sunday afternoon in Conway, Ark.
BSC holds on to defeat Dallas at home, 62-55BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Anchored by a 13-point 10-rebound showing from junior Melanie Short, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team defeated University of Dallas, 62-55, at home in Bill Battle Coliseum Saturday evening.
BSC routs Austin College at home, 65-36BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Led by senior Kristian Moody and sophomore Elizabeth Bromirski with 12 points apiece, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team defeated Austin College, 65-36, Friday evening at home in Bill Battle Coliseum.
BSC Women fall to Millsaps in overtime, 79-76BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Despite a career-high 30-point performance from junior Caroline King, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team lost in overtime to conference rival Millsaps College, 79-76, Friday evening in Bill Battle Coliseum.
Panthers fall to AUM on the road, 66-63MONTGOMERY, Ala.—After leading 49-28 at halftime, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team was out-scored in the second half, 38-14, to fall to Auburn Montgomery, 66-63, Monday evening at the AUM PE Complex in Montgomery, Ala.
Panther women hold off Meredith, 83-81MONTGOMERY, Ala.—The Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team held off a late-game rally by Meredith College, Friday afternoon, winning 83-81 in the Huntingdon Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.
BSC downs Blackburn, 75-43, in Coaches vs. Cancer ClassicMONTGOMERY, Ala.—The Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team returned to action after an 11-day break for the holidays and defeated Blackburn College, 75-43, Thursday afternoon in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, hosted by Huntingdon.
Caroline King named SCAC Player-of-the-WeekSUWANEE, Ga.—Junior guard Caroline King has been named SCAC Women's Basketball Player-of-the-Week for games played Monday, Dec. 5 through Sunday, Dec. 11, the league office announced today.
Panthers roll past New Orleans, 76-61BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Led by junior Caroline King with 21 points and eight rebounds, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team defeated New Orleans Sunday afternoon in Bill Battle Coliseum, 76-61.
Women's Basketball cruises past Judson, 97-40BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—The Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team moved to 2-0 on the season with a big home win against Judson College, Friday evening in Bill Battle Coliseum. The Panthers won 97-40 in game two of the Sheraton Birmingham Classic.
Panthers overcome Rust at home in season opener, 67-55BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Led by sophomore guard Stephanie Stanley with 15 points, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team opened the season at home with a 67-55 win against Rust College, Tuesday evening in Bill Battle Coliseum.