By Greydon Buhlig Sports Editor The Southwestern Oklahoma State Women’s Basketball team is headed back to the NCAA Regional tournament for the third year in a row. Unlike a year ago, the Lady Dawgs will be able to compete in Saturday’s match-up against either Southern Nazarene or Texas A&M-Commerce. Last year, exactly a year ago today, the NCAA called off all post-season tournaments due to the positive test for COVID-19 of Utah Jazz center, Rudy Gobert. The women’s team had j
Picture Creds: SWOSU Media Relations By Greydon Buhlig Sports Editor The SWOSU Women’s Basketball team faced off against the Lady Tigers of Ouachita Baptist this evening in the 2nd round of the Great American Conference Tournament. Ouachita jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead, but with great defense, SWOSU was able to go on a 12-0 run and have a 12-4 lead with 2:42 remaining in the quarter. However, the Tigers didn’t go away and went on a 9-0 run of their own to regain the lead at
Picture Creds: SWOSU Media Relations By Greydon Buhlig Sports Editor The SWOSU Lady Dawgs took on the Bison of Oklahoma Baptist today and attempted to avenge a loss on Thursday night in Bethany against SNU - and that they did. They came out hot and hit their first 3 shots of the game, all of them 3’s and took an early 9-2 lead. OBU would bounce back and get within 2-points, and that would be it as Makyra Tramble and the Lady Dawgs would just run away with the game after that.
Picture Creds: SWOSU Media Relations By Greydon Buhlig Sports Editor The SWOSU Women’s team made the drive on I-40 East to face Southern Nazarene for the 3rd time this season and looking for their 3rd win against the Crimson Storm. SNU was able to take a 2-point lead after the first quarter thanks to SWOSU’s 30% 3-point shooting and their own 69.2% field goal percentage. The Lady Dawgs were able to stay in the ball game and take the lead at the half, 31-29, thanks to SNU shoo
Picture Creds: SWOSU Athletics By Greydon Buhlig Sports Editor The Southwestern Lady Dawgs saw their undefeated season slip away after a loss to East Central on Saturday. They headed north to face rival Northwestern Oklahoma State for their 2nd matchup of the season. The Lady Dawgs jumped out to an early 8-5 lead with the patented Kelsi Musick “Chaos” defense which led to quick steals and even faster buckets. NWOSU wouldn’t go away, as their offense caught fire from beyond th
Photo Creds: SWOSU Athletics By Greydon Buhlig Sports Editor The Lady Dawgs looked to continue their undefeated season and improve their #13 national ranking against the Lady Tigers of East Central. Steady offense from both teams ensued in the 1st quarter as SWOSU jumped out to a 6-point lead at the end of 1. Solid defense allowed the Bulldogs to extend that lead to 10-points with 4-minutes in the 2nd quarter. Bethany Franks had a strong 1st half, playing tough inside and lea