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Women's Basketball Ranked No. 1 Second Week in a Row

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NORFOLK, Va. - With recent victory over USCAA sister-institution Judson College, the Owls women's basketball team holds its number one ranking in week two of the USCAA Coaches Poll.

DJ Clark Named Renasant Athlete of the Month

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The W Athletic Department has named DJ Clark as December’s Renasant Athlete of the Month. The senior forward averages 12.3 points per game and 9.6 rebounds. Because of his effort, the Indianola, MS native was named USCAA Player of the Week during the second week of play.

No. 1 Owls Down No. 15 Judson, 66-50

Women's Basketball

COLUMBUS, Miss. – The No. 1 ranked Owls women’s basketball team came out of the gate swinging for an early 22-12 lead over No. 15 Judson. Despite a couple of stumbles and running into foul trouble, The W was able to keep its head above water to defeat the Eagles 66-50. Adding another road, the Owls improve to 6-2 on the season.

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Schedule
Dec 15
Women's Basketball 2:00 PM
at Huntingdon College
Dec 17
Men's Basketball 5:00 PM
at Southwestern Assemblies of God
Dec 18
Men's Basketball 2:00 PM
at Wiley College
Dec 29
Women's Basketball 2:00 PM
at Belhaven College
Dec 29
Men's Basketball 4:00 PM
at Belhaven
Results
Dec 13
Women's Basketball Final
Philander Smith College
W, 74-68
Dec 11
Men's Basketball Final
at Blue Mountain College
L, 77-74
Dec 11
Women's Basketball Final
at Blue Mountain College
W, 76-67
Dec 10
Women's Basketball Final
Berry College
W, 69-64
Dec 08
Men's Basketball Final
Southern Univ. of New Orleans
L, 70-50

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Athlete of the Month

DJ Clark Men's Basketball The W Athletic Department has named DJ Clark as December’s Renasant Athlete of the Month. The senior forward averages 12.3 points per game and 9.6 rebounds. Because of his effort, the Indianola, MS native was named USCAA Player of the Week during the second week of play. DJ is a kinesiology major with a 3.4 GPA and spends his time off the court and out of the classroom as a student worker for campus intramural sports.