When the Connors State Cowgirls open the 2019-20 basketball season on Nov.1, head coach Jamie Fisher, who begins his fifth season, will have 12 newcomers and five returnees from last season’s 15-16 team. The Cowgirls open the season on the road at the Southern Arkansas Tech University Classic in Camden, Ark., on Friday Nov. 1 against Southern Louisiana-Shreveport at 1 p.m. followed by a Saturday game with Cohoma (Miss.) Community College at noon, before opening at home on Monday, Nov. 4. against Oklahoma Wesleyan University Junior Varsity at 5:30 p.m.
Connors State put a “scare” into top seed Northern Oklahoma-Enid Thursday at the Noble Center on the campus of Oklahoma Baptist University in the quarterfinals of the Region II Women’s Basketball Tournament.
Connors State had little trouble with visiting Arkansas Baptist Monday night at Melvin Self Field advancing to the quarterfinals of the NJCAA Region II Tournament Thursday with a 61-41 victory in the play-in game.
Cowgirls Shanique Patterson Named to Region II, Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference Second Team, Vicky Duru Honorable Mention
Connors State sophomore post from Hugo, Okla., Shanique Patterson was named to the NJCAA Women’s Region II and Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference second team it was announced Saturday.
Connors State had missed opportunities in the final quarter as visiting Seminole State broke away in the final 30 seconds to capture a 54-51 victory Thursday night to spoil the Cowgirls Sophomore Night in the season finale.
Connors State had too many turnovers and missed shots at the Pioneer Dome Monday as the Cowgirls fell to Western State 69-55 in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference play.
Murray State drained 17-of-22 free throws compared to Connors State’s 7-of-10 at the stripe to capture a 63-56 victory over the Cowgirls in an Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference clash on the Aggies home floor.
Midland Chaparrals led from the opening tip-off en route to a 74-44 victory over Connors Cowgirls Saturday at Melvin Self Field House in a non-conference clash.
Connors Cowgirls fell to Northeastern A&M 69-47 in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference play Thursday night at Melvin Self Field House.
Connors Cowgirls saw a 17-point lead evaporate into an overtime contest against Redlands Community College Monday night.