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Southwestern Oklahoma State University Athletics

Weatherford, Okla. (Pioneer Cellular Event Center) Thursday, February 21, 7:30 pmWeatherford, Okla. (Pioneer Cellular Event Center) SWOSU Game Notes (pdf) Date Location Score 1/5/12 *Arkadelphia L, 80-86 2/2/12 *Weatherford L, 73-77 3/1/12 Bartlesville, Okla. W, 81-60 1/17/13 *Arkadelphia W, 90-84 2/21/13 *Weatherford L, 55-59 1/16/14 *Weatherford W, 79-76 2/20/14 *Arkadelphia W, 79-74 (OT) 1/15/15 *Arkadelphia W, 73-60 2/21/15 *Weatherford W, 74-56 1/7/16 *Weatherford L, 52-77 2/25/16 *Arkadelphia L, 56-75 1/5/17 *Arkadelphia L, 61-87 2/25/17 *Weatherford L, 91-97 11/18/17 *Weatherford L, 73-76 1/25/18 *Arkadelphia L, 67-94 1/12/19 *Arkadelphia L, 62-70 NCAA Division II Era: HSU Leads 10-6 In Weatherford: HSU Leads 5-2 In Arkadelphia: HSU Leads 5-3 Neutral: SWOSU Leads 1-0 - SWOSU Men's Basketball is at home twice this week, beginning on Thursday evening as they host Henderson State at 5:30 pm inside the Pioneer Cellular Event Center- The Bulldogs were defeated 94-64 by nationally-ranked Southern Nazarene last Saturday and they've not dropped six consecutive games- Henderson State picked up a pair of wins last week to improve to 11-7 in GAC play, which has them in a three-way tie for fifth place in the league standings- The recent series between the Bulldogs and Reddies has been owned by Henderson State, with HSU winning seven consecutive meetings to lead it 10-6 overall since the formation of the GACHenderson State (16-8, 11-7 GAC)- The Reddies have won four of their last five games to move four games over .500 in conference play and they're on the verge of clinching a spot in the GAC Tournament- HSU ranks seventh in the league in scoring offense (76.5 ppg) behind three double-digit scorers in Chris Johnson (13.0), Rel Johnson (12.6) and Joshua Jones (10.5)- Jimmy Elgas is in his fourth season leading the Reddies and he's guided HSU to a record of .500 or better in back-to-back seasons- SWOSU is averaging 78.4 points per game this season, which ranks sixth among Great American Conference teams- The Bulldogs are coming off a 64-point outing against Southern Nazarene which was just the seventh time this season they have been held to fewer than 70 points- All nine players who took the court against SNU scored at least four points, with(23) and(13) leading the way in double figures- SWOSU ranks third in the conference with 226 made three-pointers this season, an average of 9.4 per game- The Bulldogs are allowing opponents to score 88.0 points per game, which ranks 12th in the conference, but the number is slightly better in conference play at 85.6 points per- Evans leads the conference in scoring (23.6 points per game) while ranking second in rebounding (8.2 per game)- Following a career-best 10 assists against Northwestern and five more on Saturday at SNU,has taken over the team lead with 3.5 assists per game for the yearhas now hit at least one three-pointer in 15 straight games after knocking down 1-of-2 attempts from long range on Saturday- Shoemaker is SWOSU's all-time leader in three-point field goals made with 202 to his credit heading into the final two weeks of the season- The Bulldogs will host Ouachita on Saturday for Senior Day before closing out the season on the road at Harding and Arkansas Tech next weekend

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Alton, Hore Lead Women in Big Conference Win

Buffalo, NY The D'Youville women's basketball team go back to their winning ways on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Mount Aloysius Mounties by the final score of 73-61. D'Youville jumped out to an early 7-5 lead over the Mounties following a Sydney Alton (Hannibal, NY/Hannibal) three nearly four minutes into the game. Back-to-back baskets in the paint from Jordan Smith (Hamburg, NY/Hamburg) and Sara Field (Durhmaville, NY/VVS) to increase the team's lead to six. Alexandria McBride (Elma, NY/Iroquois) played valuable minutes while Kailey Kellner (Coupeville, WA/Coupeville) dished out two assists.

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Women Dominate Behrend in Conference Home Victory

Buffalo, NY The D'Youville women's basketball team got back to their winning ways as they defeated the Penn State-Behrend Lions Wednesday evening by the final score of 80-65. D'Youville would go to the line early in the quarter with four consecutive points from Hore and Sydney Alton (Hannibal, NY/Hannibal) each putting a pair in. June hit a runner in the lane to extend the lead back to 19 just north of two minutes played in the fourth. With 5:10 to go in the game, Hore received a pass down low from Darian Evans (Derby, NY/Lake Shore) to finish an and-one, pushing D'Youville ahead by 23.

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Huntingdon controls Birmingham-Southern in home opener

The Huntingdon men's basketball team put Birmingham-Southern away in the second half on Thursday to earn a 70-55 win in the Hawks' home opener. Huntingdon, which never trailed in the game, led by as many as nine points in the first half and carried a 26-21 lead into halftime. A basket by Caleb Toney and a 3-pointer by Pines helped Huntingdon cap a 22-8 run during a 10-minute span that put the Hawks in front 48-34 with less than nine minutes to play. Huntingdon continued to control the tempo and led by double digits for the final five minutes of the game.

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USC Upstate Men’s Cross Country Receives Big South Sportsmanship Award

USC Upstate was recognized along with UNC Asheville who received the Women's Cross Country Sportsmanship Award. The Spartans recorded four top-5 finishes this season led by a second place performance at the season-opening Eye Opener Invitational in Spartanburg. Dorian Jones and Andrew Castano were both named Big South Men's Cross Country Runners of the Week throughout the season. Follow USC Upstate cross country on Facebook (UpstateAthletics), Twitter (@UpstateXCTrack), Instagram (@upstatespartans), YouTube (USCUpstateAthletics) and text/e-mail alerts (

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SEC's biggest recruiting storylines going into Early Signing Period

Five-star wide receiver Jadon Haselwood, the top-rated prospect in Georgia, has been a Miami lean for a while, but the Bulldogs got the final official visit and are coming on strong. If the Gators land all three, a top 10 finish is possible and Florida would have the early advantage on the real prize from Lakeland: Class of 2020 running back Demarkcus Bowman. Four-star nose guard Siaki Ika was an Alabama lean, but numbers have led him to other possibilities with LSU, Oregon, Florida and Utah all in on the Salt Lake City prospect. Four-star wide receiver Langston Anderson is down to Ole Miss, Baylor and Oklahoma State after he dropped Auburn because he didnt have time to visit before Early Signing Period.

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FACES of the Big South: Brody Rollins

FACES of the Big South: Brody Rollins The Big South Conference begins a new season of its "Faces of the Big South" video series featuring the league's outstanding student-athletes. Our first edition is a profile of Gardner-Webb senior football player Brody Rollins, who shares his experience of changing positions during this career, as well as his postgraduate plans.

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Big South Announces Football Players of the Week - Nov. 12

Holland rushed for a program single-game record 195 yards on just nine carries in Kennesaw States Big South championship-clinching win at Monmouth. His 11 solo stops tied the school single-game record, and he anchored a defense that allowed just 68 yards over the final eight drives. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Daniel Smith (Campbell) and Terrence Wilson (Charleston Southern) Also nominated for Defensive Player of the Week: Deontae Henderson (Campbell) and Johnny Robinson (Charleston Southern)

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Allen's career day leads CSU past Campbell in Big South finale

BUIES CREEK, N.C. - James Allen tied a Charleston Southern single game record with three interceptions, one of which he returned 52-yards for a touchdown, as the Buccaneers topped host Campbell University on Saturday afternoon at Barker-Lane Stadium, 12-7. Tekac connected from 24 and 49 yards on the afternoon for his 29th and 30th career field goals to surpass Nick Ellis (2003-07) and John Paglia (2007-10) in the CSU record books. Campbell's Caleb Snead provided fireworks for the home team on Saturday with the receiver hauling in a 65-yard score in the third quarter to cut into the Bucs' lead. Tyler Tekac connected on a 24-yard field goal with 6:43 left in the first half to cap a drive sparked by a Justin McIntire punt block that gave the Bucs possession deep inside Campbell territory.

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Allen has 3 INTs; Charleston Southern beats Campbell 12-7

BUIES CREEK, N.C. (AP) James Allen had three interceptions, including a pick-6, to help Charleston Southern hold off Campbell 12-7 on Saturday. Trailing 12-7 with 6:26 to play, Jayson DeMild led the Camels on an 11-play, 66-yard drive to the Charleston Southern 14. But Allen picked off DeMilds pass on a fourth-and-6 with 1:22 remaining to seal it for the Buccaneers (5-5, 3-2 Big South Conference). Allen returned his second interception 52 yards for a touchdown late in the second quarter and Charleston Southern led 9-0 at halftime.

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