Women's Basketball

 
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Posted By: Hunter Jenkins
Updated: 9/9/2022
08:00 AM
The Bulldogs Women's Basketball team finished last season with 24 wins and trip to the Region 5 Championship game, both of which are school records in the NJCAA Division 1 era. Coach Mark James returns 3 starters of last years team, including 17ppg leading scorer, Ailee . . . Read More of This Article

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Posted By: Mark James
Updated: 3/28/2022
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For the second straight year Clarendon College had four members of the women's basketball team selected as WJCAC All-Conference players. Aileen Marquez, Mariam Traore and Zariah Sango earned this accolade in back-to-back seasons as all three received All-Conference re . . . Read More of This Article

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Posted By: Mark James
Updated: 3/5/2022
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Clarendon College Women's Basketball's season came to a close Saturday after falling 64-54 to South Plains College in the NJCAA Region V Tournament Championship Game. The Bulldogs finish their tremendous season at 24-9. "This one will obviously hurt for a while" expla . . . Read More of This Article

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Posted By: Mark James
Updated: 3/4/2022
03:00 PM
Clarendon College Women's Basketball beat conference foe Midland College 80-71 in the NJCAA Region V Tournament Semi-Finals which places them in the Championship Game on Saturday at 2pm. For the second straight tournament game the Bulldogs knocked down an impressive 13 . . . Read More of This Article

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Posted By: Mark James
Updated: 3/2/2022
03:00 PM
Clarendon College Women's Basketball advances to the NJCAA Region V Tournament Semi-Finals with an impressive 86-76 win over NTJCAC Champion Hill College. The Bulldogs used a balanced scoring attack to secure the win as 6 players scored in double figures led by Mah Mint . . . Read More of This Article

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Posted By: Mark James
Updated: 3/2/2022
08:00 AM
Mah Minthe was named WJCAC Conference Player of the Week in the 2021-2022 final regular season week. Mah averaged 20.5 points in the two games including 20 in a 63-55 win at Howard College that clinched a Region V Tournament bid for the Bulldogs.  https://www.njcaareg . . . Read More of This Article

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