• Yesterday
    Johnson & Wales University at
    60
    Edward Waters
    68
  • Yesterday
    Dillard at
    48
    Loyola
    73
  • Yesterday
    Faulkner at
    68
    Talladega
    70
  • Monday, Nov 24
    Philander Smith at
    67
    Texas College
    61
  • Saturday, Nov 22
    Talladega at
    70
    Arkansas Pine-Bluff
    66
  • Saturday, Nov 22
    Fisk University at
    50
    Philander Smith
    86
  • Saturday, Nov 22
    Dillard at
    62
    St. Thomas - Houston
    58
  • Saturday, Nov 22
    Warner Southern College at
    59
    Xavier
    71
  • Friday, Nov 21
    SUNO at
    91
    Judson College
    41
  • Thursday, Nov 20
    Tougaloo at
    59
    Grambling
    98
  • Wednesday, Nov 19
    Louisiana State University Shreveport at
    51
    Dillard
    59
  • Wednesday, Nov 19
    Oakwood College at
    39
    Talladega
    76
  • Tuesday, Nov 18
    Edward Waters at
    57
    University of North Florida
    62
  • Tuesday, Nov 18
    SUNO at
    84
    Nicholls State
    87
  • Tuesday, Nov 18
    Xavier at
    53
    Louisiana-Lafayette
    69
  • Monday, Nov 17
    Tougaloo at
    50
    William Carey
    53
  • Monday, Nov 17
    Talladega at
    43
    Tennessee Wesleyan College
    72
  • Sunday, Nov 16
    Xavier at
    80
    Louisiana State University Shreveport
    69
    LSUS Classic, Shreveport, La.
  • Saturday, Nov 15
    Bryan College at
    76
    Talladega
    63
  • Saturday, Nov 15
    Our Lady of the Lake University vs
    77
    Xavier
    76
    LSUS Classic, Shreveport, La.
Women's Basketball
Women's Basketball - Sat, Nov. 3, 2012
New Orleans, LA - SUNO took its first steps on a path that hopefully leads to a GCAC championship with a convincing 106-56 victory over Johnson & Wales University at "The Castle" on Friday night.  The Lady Knights were led by the trio of April Perry, Janee Morton and Sheanice Rhoden who combined for 62 points, 15 assists and 20 rebounds.Five players finished in double figures for SUNO with Rose Boatner adding 13 and Breyona Bennett contributing 12 in the winning effort.

SUNO's defense held JWU to just over 31 percent shooting from the field and forced the Wildcats into 40 turnovers.  "The first game in a season is always interesting, because you haven't seen your team in game situations", said Head Coach Elston King.  "So for us to perform the way we did offensively and to be able to force them into difficult situations defensively this early, is definitely encouraging.  We turned the ball over a bit too much and we need to get better from the free throw line, but this is a good start and a good win."