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Eagles Calendar

Events
Sat Dec 14
2:00 PM
at Austin
Sat Dec 14
4:00 PM
at Austin
Thu Dec 19
3:00 PM
vs. Hendrix
Sat Dec 21
9:00 am
at Gator Boots Dual @ Nashville, Tenn.
Sat Dec 28
10:00 am
at The Citrus Invite @ Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Sun Dec 29
10:00 am
at The Citrus Invite @ Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Sun Dec 29
1:00 PM
at Hendrix
Sun Dec 29
3:00 PM
at Hendrix
Thu Jan 02
5:30 PM
at Mary Hardin-Baylor
Thu Jan 02
7:30 PM
at Mary Hardin-Baylor
Sat Jan 04
1:00 PM
at Concordia (Tex.)
Sat Jan 04
3:00 PM
at Concordia (Tex.)
Thu Jan 09
5:30 PM
at LeTourneau
Thu Jan 09
7:30 PM
at LeTourneau
Fri Jan 10
3:00 pm
at Drury University Dual @ Springfield, Mo.
Sat Jan 11
9:00 am
at Central Baptist College Invite @ Conway, Ark.
Sat Jan 11
10:00 am
at Austin College Invite @ Sherman, Texas
Sat Jan 11
10:00 am
at Austin College Invite @ Sherman, Texas
Sat Jan 11
1:00 PM
at East Tex. Baptist
Sat Jan 11
3:00 PM
at East Tex. Baptist
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Results
No Event
No Event
No Event
No Event
Wed Nov 13
5:00 pm
at Arkansas Baptist College @ Little Rock, Ark. W 45-4
Fri Nov 15
Final
at Webster L, 71-48
Webster University Tip-Off Tournament
Sat Nov 16
11:00 am
at NCAA III Regionals @ Memphis, Tenn. 20th
Sat Nov 16
at Emmanuel @ Arkadelphia, Ark. W 23-20
@ Arkadelphia, Ark.
Sat Nov 16
at Ouachita Baptist University @ Arkadelphia, Ark. W 45-3
Sat Nov 16
at Oklahoma Ctiy University @ Arkadelphia, Ark. L 27-12
@ Arkadelphia, Ark.
Sat Nov 16
Final
vs. Illinois Col. L, 75-52
@ Webster Groves, Mo. (Grant Gymnasium)
Fri Nov 22
5:00 pm
Williams Baptist University Dual W 163-86
Fri Nov 22
5:00 pm
Williams Baptist University Dual W 157-53
Sat Nov 23
Final - OT
at Millsaps W, 81-74
Millsaps Tourney
Sat Nov 23
Final
at Millsaps L, 88-70
Millsaps Tourney
Sun Nov 24
at Little Rock Dual @ Little Rock, Ark. L 34-6
Sun Nov 24
Final
vs. Birmingham Southern W, 65-63
@ Jackson, Miss. Millsaps Tourney
Sun Nov 24
Final
vs. Birmingham Southern W, 88-81
@ The Hangar Dome, Jackson, MS Millsaps Tourney
Tue Nov 26
Final
vs. Austin W, 88-70
Tue Nov 26
Final
vs. Dallas W, 73-47
Fri Nov 29
Final
at Neb. Wesleyan L, 95-70
NWU Snyder Classic
Sat Nov 30
Final
vs. Buena Vista L, 100-84
@ Lincoln, Neb. (Snyder Arena) NWU Snyder Classic
Wed Dec 04
Final
at Texas-Dallas L, 59-45
Wed Dec 04
Final
at Texas-Dallas L, 69-57
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Top Stories

December 4, 2019 Comets Fight Off Eagles' Rally Richardson, Texas-The Eagles climbed within four points late in the second half but never caught Texas Dallas as the Comets gained a 69-57 win in their American Southwest Conference opener. The Comets opened the game with a 11-0 run before the Eagles tied the score 18-18 on Cordy Winston’s bucket at the 9:28 mark. The Comets went into halftime in front 32-25. In the second half, a Zach Bobo jumper at the 5:24 mark pulled the Eagles within four points, but the Comets reeled off a 16-8 run in the final five minutes. In the game, the Comets went to the free throw line 27 times, while the Eagles went eight times. Jacobe Davis had 13 points to lead the Eagles.
December 4, 2019 Fourth Quarter Run Not Enough In Women's Basketball ASC Opener Richardson, Texas-The Eagles had a strong fourth quarter outscoring Texas Dallas 21-9, but the Comets hung on for a 59-45 win in each team’s American Southwest Conference opener Wednesday night. The Comets jumped out to a 21-8 lead after the first quarter and then built a 36-18 advantage at the half. The Eagles entered the fourth quarter trailing 50-24, but got a spark from Janna Rhinehart, who scored 10 points. The Eagles closed the gap to 12 points, but ran out of time. Rhinehart finished with a team-best 12 points. Both teams had a tough time shooting the ball as the Eagles hit only 29 percent from the field, while Texas Dallas hit just 32 percent in the game. The Comets grabbed 52 rebounds and the Eagles pulled down 37.
December 2, 2019 Drew Mott Honored By United Soccer Coaches Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks sophomore midfielder Drew Mott has been named to the United Soccer Coaches (USC) All-South Region Third Team, the organization announced Monday 9 (Dec. 2).
November 30, 2019 Ten Second Half Three-Pointers Doom Eagles Lincoln, Neb.-Buena Vista broke open a tied halftime score by hitting ten second half three-pointers en route to a 100-74 win over the Eagles Saturday. Cordy Winston scored 16 of his 22 points in the first half and helped the Eagles hold a 46-46 tie at halftime. Buena Vista's defense couldn't slow the hot-shooting Winston, who went 5-of-6 from the field and 5-of-6 from the free throw line, in the first half. The Eagles shot a sizzling 64 percent from the floor in the first half, while Buena Vista hit 47 percent. In the second half, Buena Vista made 10-of-20 from the three-point line. The Eagles outshot Buena Vista from the field (56% to 48%) in the second half, but were outscored 54-38. Buena Vista scored 26 points in the final nine minutes of the game. Winston was named to the All-Tournament Team. Bryson Johnson added 20 points. 
November 29, 2019 Bowman's Record Not Enough Against Nationally-Ranked Nebraska Wesleyan Lincoln, Neb.-Ethan Bowman hit seven three-pointers, a record in the Nebraska Wesleyan University Snyder Classic Friday night, but it wouldn't be enough as the No. 8 NWU Prairie Wolves took a 95-70 win. The Eagles trailed 38-27 at halftime behind Bowman's 13 points and Zach Bobo's 11 points. Bowman had four three-pointers in the first half. The Eagles held a brief lead at the midway point of the first half, but Nebraska Wesleyan had a 34-24 lead at the 4:19 mark. The Eagles fought back and got a clutch three late from Cordy Winston to pull within 38-37 at the half. The Prairie Wolves opened the second half with a 17-2 run to take momentum of the game and the Eagles never recovered. Both teams shot over 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from the three-point line and 80 percent from the free throw line in the game. Bowman finished with 22 points.
November 26, 2019 Balanced Scoring, Defensive Effort Lead Eagles Past Austin College Clarksville, Ark.Balanced scoring and a strong defensive effort lifted the Eagles to a 88-70 win over Austin College Tuesday night. The Eagles, now winners of three of their last four games, had five players reach double figures in scoring and the Eagles forced 17 turnovers. The Eagles also limited Austin College to a 41 percent shooting clip from the field. The Eagles built a 31-26 halftime lead and then got 12 points from Zach Bobo and Jacobe Davis in the second half to push the team to 57 second half points. The high-scoring guard play of the Eagles resulted in two other perimeter players – Cordy Winston and Bryson Johnson – to hit the double figure mark in scoring in the second half. Leading by seven points around the midway point of the second half, Winston nailed a three-pointer to jumpstart a 7-0 run and increase the advantage to 57-43. The Eagles hit over 50 percent from the field for the second straight game. Winston and Johnson led the Eagles with 15 points. Davis and Bobo had 14 points and Ethan Bowman added 11 points.