2001-02 Women's Basketball News

  • ASU Falls to Clayton State in Peach Belt Championships
    February 26, 2002
    COLUMBUS, GA. - Catreia Shaw recorded the game’s only double double scoring 16 points and pulling down 14 rebounds as Clayton State (13-14) held off a late Augusta State (10-17) rally for a 68-65 win in the opening round of the 2002 Peach Belt Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament.
  • #21 Lady Pacers Defeat ASU for Sixth-Straight Time
    February 23, 2002
    Augusta, GA—Katie Lawrence’s return to Augusta State spoiled Senior Night for the Lady Jaguars (10-16, 5-14). The junior guard transferred to USC Aiken last January and Saturday night she poured in a game-high 21 points and team-high six rebounds in 37 minutes as the Lady Pacers (22-4, 16-3) defeated ASU 72-57 in the final Peach Belt Conference regular season game.
  • UNF Can't Catch Lady Jaguars
    February 20, 2002
    JACKSONVILLE, FL--Augusta State University (10-15, 5-13)had an answer for every run the University of North Florida threw at it in a 72-66 Peach Belt Conference win at UNF Arena.
  • Women Lose 11th Straight to FMU
    February 16, 2002
    Florence, SC—Francis Marion (16-8, 12-5) used a 14-2 fast break points advantage and scored 21 points off of 16 ASU turnovers to defeat the Lady Jags 80-58 Saturday afternoon.
  • Women Fall in Second Half to KSU
    February 13, 2002
    Augusta, GA—A five-point halftime lead was not a large enough cushion for the Lady Jaguars (9-14, 4-12) as Peach Belt South Division leaders Kennesaw State (15-7, 11-4) outscored them 47-31 in the second half to earn the 71-60 win Wednesday night.
  • Lady Jags Win Second Straight on the Road
    February 11, 2002
    Spartanburg, SC—A dominant second half performance lifted the Augusta State women’s hoops team (9-13, 4-11) past USC Spartanburg (6-16, 4-11) 65-59 Monday night to win their second straight PBC North road game. The game was rescheduled from the January 2nd snowstorm.
  • Career Night For Wideman Lifts Lady Jags
    February 09, 2002
    Greenwood, SC—In a battle at the bottom of the Peach Belt North it was the ASU Lady Jaguars leaving Lander in the dust with an 83-62 win, spoiling the Lady Senators Homecoming. Sophomore guard Ernesia Wideman had a career-night with 22 points on 5-of-6 from the field and 11-of-12 from the free throw line.
  • UNCP Hot Shooting Beats Lady Jags
    February 06, 2002
    Augusta, GA-UNC Pembroke (15-6, 9-5) had four players with 12 or more points as they defeated the Lady Jaguars (7-13, 2-11) 78-68 Wednesday night. The Lady Braves had the hot hand, shooting 53.3 percent from the field as their defense held ASU to 35.6 (26-for-73).
  • Lady Jags Roll Past Lady Rifles
    February 02, 2002
    Augusta, GA—The Lady Jaguars (7-12, 2-10) had an offensive outburst in the first half, leading 41-19 at half, and went on to break their four-game losing skid with a 66-46 win over USC Spartanburg (5-14, 3-9) Saturday night in front of and excited Homecoming crowd.
  • Lady Jags Fall at Buzzer to AASU
    January 30, 2002
    Augusta, GA--Down by one with two seconds to play, Armstrong Atlantic (7-11, 5-6) called a time-out and drew up a play that worked to perfection. Lexie Martin nailed a jumper at the buzzer to give the Lady Pirates the 70-69 win over ASU (6-12, 1-10) Wednesday night.
  • Lady Jags Shooting Woes Continue
    January 28, 2002
    Morrow, GA-It took five minutes for either team to score in Saturday night's Peach Belt game as Clayton College & State (7-10, 3-7) won 68-60 over ASU women's basketball team (6-11, 1-9). ASU's first field goal was a three-pointer by Donna Hanson at the 12:11 mark.
  • Lady Jags Drop Second in a Row to CSU
    January 23, 2002
    Columbus, GA—Augusta State women’s basketball team (6-10, 1-8) lost their second straight Peach Belt game Wednesday night at Columbus State, last season’s PBC champs, 85-66. The Lady Jaguars lost the first game of the season series to the Lady Cougars 79-73 on January 7.
  • ASU Outdone in Second Half Against Francis Marion
    January 19, 2002
    Augusta, GA-After owning a three-point halftime lead, the Augusta State Lady Jaguars were outscored 30-20 in the second half to lose to Francis Marion (9-5, 5-2) 59-52 in a Peach Belt North Division game Saturday night. The Lady Jags (6-9, 1-7) finished a busy week by going 2-1.
  • Women Earn First PBC Win With Victory Over Lander
    January 16, 2002
    Augusta, GA- The ASU women's basketball team took the lead at 13-11 in the first half and never looked back on the way to their 57-47 victory over Lander (2-11, 1-6) Wednesday night, the Lady Jags' (6-8, 1-6) first Peach Belt Conference win of the season.
  • Lady Jags Break Streak At City Classic
    January 14, 2002
    The Lady Jaguars finally ended their seven game losing streak by finding their lucky number Monday night-13. In their 13th game of the season, ASU (5-8, 0-6 PBC) jumped out to an early 13-0 and never looked back on the way to a 78-53 victory against cross-town rival Paine College (4-7, 1-4 SIAC) in the annual "City Classic" at the ASU Athletic Complex.
  • ASU Women Lose Another Close One at UNCP
    January 12, 2002
    Pembroke, NC—The ASU women’s basketball team have lost their last three games by a total of 14 points, including Saturday night’s 77-74 loss at UNC Pembroke (10-4, 4-3) in Peach Belt Conference action. The loss drops the Lady Jags to 4-8 overall and 0-6 in the PBC.
  • ASU Women Continue Slump
    January 09, 2002
    After putting together an impressive four game winning streak in November, the Lady Jaguars have struggled, losing their sixth straight game 86-81 at Kennesaw State University (7-5, 3-2) Wednesday night in a North-South Peach Belt dual.
  • Lady Jags Push CSU to the Limit
    January 07, 2002
    Augusta, GA - The Lady Jaguars (4-6, 0-4) fell to CSU despite being up by two at halftime and having all five starters reach double-figures. The Columbus State Lady Cougars (10-3, 3-0) outscored ASU 49-41 in the second half and handed the Lady Jags their fifth straight loss, 79-73.
  • Lady Jags Struggle After Month-Long Break
    January 05, 2002
    MILLEDGEVILLE, GA – Augusta State University split a Peach Belt Conference doubleheader with Georgia College & State University Saturday night in the Centennial Center. The GC&SU Lady Bobcats (5-6, 1-2 PBC) snapped a two game slide with an 87-63 victory over the Lady Jaguars (4-5, 0-3 PBC), while the Jaguars (7-2, 3-0 PBC) remain perfect in PBC play with a 77-73 overtime victory over the Bobcats (7-4, 2-2 PBC).
  • Lady Jags Lose to UNF in PBC Home Opener
    December 05, 2001
    Augusta, GA - Augusta State's women’s basketball team (4-4, 0-2) continued to struggle in Peach Belt Conference play as they drop their PBC home opener to North Florida (4-2, 2-0) 64-57 Wednesday night. Skye Barber poured in 22 points and six rebounds for the Lady Ospreys.
  • ASU Splits With USC Aiken
    December 01, 2001
    Aiken, SC -- - In their first Peach Belt Conference games of the season, the Augusta State men's and women's basketball teams split with arch rival USC Aiken Saturday night.
  • USC-Aiken, Augusta State Win Big in Courtyard Classic
    November 24, 2001
    Augusta, GA - The Lady Pacers of USC-Aiken and the Lady Jaguars of Augusta State continued their winning ways, each scoring big in the ASU Courtyard Classic. USC-Aiken beat Lees-McRae College 93-69 and ASU beat Allen University 75-35.
  • ASU Topples Lees McRae 89-60
    November 23, 2001
    Augusta, GA - The Augusta State Lady Jaguars started their Courtyard Classic Tournament off with a bang Friday night as they toppled Lees-McRae College 89-60. The win moves ASU to 2-1 on the season while Lees-McRae falls to 0-3.
  • Lady Jags Begin Season 1-1
    November 17, 2001
    Aiken, SC - The Lady Jaguars began their 2001-2002 basketball season on a down note, but rebounded with a rout-going performance the following day.
  • USC Aiken Picked to Win Peach Belt Women’s Basketball Crown
    October 12, 2001
    AUGUSTA, GA. - The USC Aiken Lady Pacers received nine of 12 first-place votes and are the preseason favorite to win the 2001-02 Peach Belt Championship according to the preseason coaches’ poll, which was released on Friday.