Roy Dixon hired as BSC Women's Basketball Assistant CoachBIRMINGHAM, Ala.—After serving as a volunteer assistant coach for the past three seasons, Roy Dixon has been hired as full-time Assistant Coach for the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball program, Head Coach Rena Faust-Holden announced today.
SAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Field SetBIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The 2013 Southern Athletic Association Women’s Basketball Tournament Field is set and will be hosted by Millsaps College this Friday-Saturday in Jackson, Miss.
BSC Women’s Basketball Falls Short Against BerryROME, Ga. -- Chanlir Segarra scored 17 points to help Berry College (12-13, 6-8 SAA) hold on for a 64-60 Southern Athletic Association win over Birmingham-Southern (12-13; 7-7 SAA) Sunday at The Cage.
BSC Women’s Basketball Rolls Past Oglethorpe, 81-64ATLANTA, Ga. – Erin Moore and Melanie Short combined for 28 points to lead the Birmingham-Southern Women’s Basketball team to an 81-64 Southern Athletic Associations win over Oglethorpe Friday Dorough Fieldhouse.
Panther Women Fall In Heartbreaking Fashion To Centre, 75-69DANVILLE, Ky. – Centre College (11-10; 9-2 SAA) made a free throw with one second remaining in regulation and then outscored Birmingham-Southern (10-12; 5-6SAA) 14-8 in overtime to earn a 75-69 Southern Athletic Association win on Friday at Alumni Gym.
Melanie Short’s Double-Double Paces BSC Past HendrixBIRIMINGHAM, Ala. -- Melanie Short recorded 15 points and 11 rebounds to pace five Birmingham-Southern (10-10; 5-4 SAA) players in double figures en route to a 77-56 win over Hendrix College (1-19; 1-8 SAA) Friday at Bill Battle Coliseum.
BSC women defeat Berry at home, 64-63BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—A last-second shot by junior Elizabeth Bromirski clinched the victory for the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team as it defeated Berry College, 64-63, Friday evening in Bill Battle Coliseum.
Bromirski, Short lead Panthers in 73-62 victory over HendrixCONWAY, Ark.—Junior Elizabeth Bromirski recorded a career-high 23 points and senior Melanie Short scored 20 in helping lead the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team to a 73-62 road win against Hendrix College, Friday evening in Conway, Ark.
Panther women drop heartbreaker to Centre, 67-66BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—After leading by as much as 15 in the first half, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team lost a heartbreaker to Centre College at home, Sunday afternoon, 67-66 in Bill Battle Coliseum.
Bromirski leads BSC in 61-58 win against SewaneeBIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Led by junior Elizabeth Bromirski with a career-high 22 points, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team won its first game of the new year with a 61-58 victory against Sewanee, Friday evening in Bill Battle Coliseum.
Women's Basketball hangs on to defeat Centenary, 79-77BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—After leading by 22 in the first half, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team held off a late second-half surge from Centenary to win 79-77 at home, Sunday afternoon in the Sheraton Birmingham Classic.
Panthers roll past Wesleyan College, 72-23BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Led by freshman Jane Romano with 13 points, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team returned to action with a 72-23 victory against Wesleyan College in the Sheraton Birmingham Classic, Saturday in Bill Battle Coliseum.
AUM remains undefeated with 54-47 win over BSCBIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Despite a double-double performance by senior Alex Adams with 12 points and 10 rebounds, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team lost at home to undefeated Auburn University Montgomery, 54-47, Tuesday evening in Bill Battle Coliseum.
Women's Basketball rolls past Oakwood, 90-49BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—The Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team won big at home Monday evening, defeating Oakwood University 90-49 in Bill Battle Coliseum to move to 2-4 on the season.
No. 16 Emory downs BSC at home, 82-59BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Despite shooting nearly 48 percent from the field, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team was unable to hold off No. 16 Emory, losing 82-59 Friday evening in Bill Battle Coliseum.