Connors State Cowboys enter the second half of the 2018-19 basketball season with a huge bulls-eye on its back.
Connors State Cowboys closed out the first half of the season with a 122-59 hammering of Mid American College Junior Varsity Thursday night on the Eagles home floor.
Connors State head Coach Bill Muse called the Cowboys 80-74 loss to Arkansas Baptist Tuesday night at Melvin Self Field House “The worst performance we’ve had here at home in a long, long time.”
Connors State overcame a poor defensive effort to fight off visiting University of Southern Shreveport 82-76 Saturday at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State used a tenacious defense and clutch free throw shooting down the stretch to remain unbeaten in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference play with an impressive 68-62 victory over Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa Thursday night at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State Cowboys cruised to a 52-31 lead at the break then held off host Northern Oklahoma-Enid in the second half for an 88-77 Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference victory on the Jets home floor Tuesday night.
Connors State holding a one point lead at the half, 39-38, exploded for 51 points in the final 20 minutes en route to a 90-78 victory over Southern Arkansas Tech Junior Varsity at Mel Self Field House Saturday.
Poor free throw shooting and the inability to score inside late in the game doomed the 23rd ranked Connors State Cowboys as they fell to visiting Neosho County Panthers 86-77 Wednesday afternoon at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors State with six players scoring in double figures and surpassing the century mark for the sixth time this season rolled past Oklahoma Wesleyan College Junior Varsity 106-87 Monday night at Melvin Self Field House.
-Connors State Cowboys rolled to its seventh straight victory (7-0) Friday with a 116-64 pounding of visiting Central Baptist College at Melvin Self Field House.