WARFORD NAMED KIAC SOFTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Asbury’s own senior lady eagle Mary Ann Warford was named KIAC player of the week yesterday. She is a center fielder for the lady eagles. This is her second player of the week award.

ASBURY LADIES GOLF

Asbury’s own lady eagles took second in the Hannover Spring Invitational this past weekend. Freshman Jessica Pence finished with a score of 87, finishing third overall in the 20 man tournament. Keep a lookout for the next golf match coming up in less than 2 weeks.

NCCAA MID-REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Trenia Barbee, a junior on the Eagles basketball team here at Asbury was named NCCAA Mid-Region Player of the Year. Barbee has already set a school record for scoring a total of 509 points in her career on the lady eagles team, and is still going, hoping to score many more in her senior year.

-Charlotte

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM ADVANCES IN THE KIAC TOURNAMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The lady eagles brought home another win against Brescia (74-65) advancing in the KIAC tournament. The lady eagles will play their first game in the final round tonight at 5:30 p.m.

To read more visit: http://www.asbury.edu/athletics/women/womens-basketball/news/2012-02-eagles-advance-kiac-finals

-Charlotte

MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON COMES TO AN END

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This past monday, the eagles were kicked out of the KIAC tournament by Brescia University, for the second straight year. It was a tight win for Brescia with the final score being 71-65.

To read more visit: http://www.asbury.edu/athletics/men/mens-basketball/news/2012-02-eagles-season-ends-semis

-Charlotte

Kelli Crouse signs with Asbury Volleyball

Northeastern High School senior, Kelli Crouse signed with Asbury Volleyball on Feb. 10. “I am very thankful for the opportunity”, said Crouse “and excited to be a part of the volleyball team!” With 122 kills during her last season, Crouse is an important addition to Asbury’s volleyball team and will act as a formidable opponent against their competitors. For those of you who think the name “Crouse” sounds familiar, no, you’re not crazy. The Crouse name is very familiar to Asbury University as Kelli will be the 84th member of her family to attend the institution preceded by two older brothers: Patrick, who played basketball for AU and Jordan who competed on the swim team and graduated in 2011. And two of her cousins currently attend Asbury as well. With such a name to live up to, no doubt Kelli will leave her mark both on the court and off at Asbury University.

-Chris

MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME TONIGHT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Everyone come out and support Asbury’s own men’s basketball team at 7:30 p.m. as they take on Indiana University East. Tonight’s game is senior night, and is also the last home game for the Eagles.

Charlotte

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