Lady Grehounds drop 9th straight
ASU Mid-South women’s squad playing short- handed, first win still looking for of the season From ASU Mid-South
The ASU Mid-South women’s basketball continues to look for a winning formula this season after losing their ninth straight game to open the season.
The Lady Greyhounds managed only 13 second- half points in falling to St. Louis 99-42 Saturday at The Dog House.
After scoring 11 and 18 in the first two quarters, respectively, ASU Mid-South just couldn’t get the ball to fall in scoring 6 points in the third quarter and 7 points in the fourth period. Meanwhile the Lady Archers shot 49 percent from the field and hit for 50 second-half points for the victory.
Tatyana Burks scored 11 points while Javia Wilson hit for 9 points. Briana Stewart led the Lady Greyhounds with 8 rebounds and 5 assists to go with 3 points.
The Lady Greyhounds will look for a turnaround to their misfortunes next weekend as they play their way through the Jackson State Classic. On Friday, Dec. 14, the ladies take on Dyersburg State Community College at 2:00 p.m.
Then on Saturday, Dec.
15, the Lady Greyhounds take on host Jackson State Community College 4:00
Former Blue Devil Tatyana Burks leads the ASU Mid-South Lady Greyhounds in scoring this season, including 11 points in a loss to St. Louis this weekend.
Photo courtesy of ASU Mid-South