2010-11 Women's Basketball
2010-11 Women's Basketball Standings
13Langston20-2.90928-5.848--14-112-42-0Won 6
RVTexas Wesleyan18-4.81828-6.8242.016-110-32-2Lost 2
 Our Lady of the Lake16-6.72720-9.6904.09-411-40-1Lost 1
 SW Assemblies of God15-7.68223-13.6395.011-68-44-3Won 1
 LSU Shreveport14-9.60918-13.5816.59-56-73-1Lost 1
 Bacone13-9.59119-10.6557.010-49-50-1Lost 2
 Texas College11-11.50019-12.6139.012-37-80-1Lost 2
 Huston-Tillotson9-13.40910-19.34511.06-74-120-0Lost 1
 Southwest6-16.2738-21.27614.05-73-120-2Lost 1
 Jarvis Christian5-17.2279-18.33315.04-105-80-0Lost 6
 Wiley5-17.2278-21.27615.05-103-110-0Lost 2
 Paul Quinn1-22.0434-28.12519.53-121-160-0Lost 7

Recent Women's Basketball Headlines
Thu, Mar. 26, 2015 - [Basketball]
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Two RRAC women's hoops standouts and one men's basketball player were first-team selections on the 2014-15 NAIA Division I Men's and Women's Basketball Teams. Lynette Holmes of Langston earned the distinction for the second consecutive year and she was joined by LSU Shreveport sophomore Kourtney Pennywell. RRAC Player of the Year Phillip Miller of Wiley was named to the men's first team.


Other women's All-American selections included Courtney Bayliss of Our Lady of the Lake (second team) and Kiera Oby of Wiley (honorable mention). On the men's side, Matt Qualls, the NAIA scoring leader, was picked for the third team while four others were included in the honorable mention list: Curtis Jones of Langston, DeAngelo Coleman of LSU Alexandria, Daniel Skinner of OLLU, and Reginald Sonnier of Southwest.


2014-15 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball All-American List
2014-15 NAIA Division I Women's Basketball All-American List

Wed, Mar. 11, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]