2013-14 Women's Basketball
 
2013-14 Women's Basketball Standings
 SchoolRRACOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
6 *, ^ - Wiley16-2.88930-5.857--12-214-14-2Lost 1
8 *, ^ - Our Lady of the Lake16-2.88927-5.844--12-112-23-2Lost 1
RV * - Langston13-5.72220-13.6063.012-17-101-2Lost 2
  * - Jarvis Christian10-8.55614-9.6096.08-46-50-0Lost 1
  * - Huston-Tillotson10-8.55615-16.4846.07-46-112-1Lost 1
  * - LSU Shreveport9-9.50017-13.5677.09-36-82-2Lost 4
 St. Thomas - Houston8-10.44415-15.5008.09-56-90-1Won 1
 Bacone4-14.2229-18.33312.05-84-90-1Lost 1
 Texas College3-15.1673-28.09713.02-111-170-0Won 1
 Southwest1-17.0563-21.12515.01-102-110-0Lost 10
  # - Paul Quinn0-0.0003-19.1367.02-101-90-0Lost 2
* - Qualified for RRAC tournament.
^ - Clinched RRAC regular season title.
# - Not eligible for postseason
 

Recent Women's Basketball Headlines
Mon, Feb. 23, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]
Kourtney Pennywell of LSUS now has 21 double-doubles on the season. (Photo courtesy Bill Wood)
Kourtney Pennywell of LSUS now has 21 double-doubles on the season. (Photo courtesy Bill Wood)

WACO, Texas – Kourtney Pennywell of LSU Shreveport (La.) displayed her all-around ability again and claimed her fifth RRAC Women's Basketball Player of the Week award, this time for the dates of Feb. 16-22. This is the 14th weekly award of the 2014-15 RRAC women's basketball season.

 

Pennywell was remarkably consistent in a 3-0 week for the Lady Pilots. The sophomore forward posted three double-doubles and connected on 64% of her field goal attempts for the week as LSUS locked down the fourth seed in the RRAC Women's Basketball Tournament. For starters, she scored 24 points and grabbed 15 rebounds on Tuesday to lead a 70-46 victory over LSU Alexandria (La.), and she piled on 34 points and 10 boards as LSUS stormed past Bacone College (Okla.) on Friday. The Shreveport, La., native capped the week with 27 points and 11 rebounds to knock off the NAIA's 10th-ranked team, Langston University (Okla.), 78-66. Pennywell now has 21 double-doubles this season, and she leads the RRAC in scoring (22.3 ppg), rebounding (11.5 rpg) and field goal percentage (.528). She is second in the nation in scoring and third in rebounding. The Lady Pilots are 13-6 in conference play and 17-10 on the season.

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