Southern Virginia University senior Nicole Baker (Burley, Idaho) today was named to the 2011-12 VaSID College Division Women’s Basketball All-State Second Team as voted on by the association of Virginia Sports Information Directors.
Nicole Baker today was named to the USCAA All-Tournament Team after averaging 26 points and 13 rebounds for the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team during the Knights’ two games at the national tournament.
One day after recording its first postseason win since 2009 and advancing to the final eight of the 2012 USCAA National Championships, the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team suffered a 57-62 loss to Selma University ending the Knights championship run.
Four different Knights reached double figures as the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team grabbed its first postseason win since 2009 cruising past Berkeley College-NY 73-55 in Wednesday’s opening-round matchup at the USCAA national tournament.
The United States Collegiate Athletic Association today announced its All-American and national academic selections for the 2011-12 women’s basketball season honoring Nicole Baker and Abigail Logan of the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team.
After closing out the regular season at 13-9, the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team received a No. 5 seed at the 2012 USCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship hosted by Penn State-Fayette in Uniontown, Pa. from Mar. 6-10.
The Southern Virginia University women's basketball team had its five-game winning streak snapped on Tuesday night at NCAA Division II Washington Adventist University as the Knights closed out their regular-season schedule with a 68-70 overtime loss to the Shock in The Pitt.
Led by its two seniors playing in the final home game of their careers—Nicole Baker finished with a team-high 28 points while Cara Joyner led the Knights with 13 rebounds—the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team won its third consecutive game on Monday defeating NCAA Division III Mary Baldwin College 65-50 in the Knight Sports Arena.
A late rally by the Southern Virginia University women's basketball team came up just short at home on Wednesday evening against USCAA-rival The Apprentice School as the Knights suffered their second single-digit defeat of the semester to the Shipbuilders with a 54-58 loss in the Knight Sports Arena.
Playing at home for the first time in more than a month, Nicole Baker put on one of the best performances in Southern Virginia University women’s basketball history on Saturday going a perfect 13-for-13 from the floor while scoring a season-high 31 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in only 26 minutes on the court as the Knights cruised past Bennett College 84-48 for their third consecutive victory.
Powered by Amaris Newkirk’s first career triple-double, the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team cruised past the Pennsylvania College of Technology 70-39 on Wednesday evening as the Knights recorded back-to-back wins for the first time since late November.
Senior Nicole Baker today was named United States Collegiate Athletic Association Player of the Week after averaging 28.5 points and 11 rebounds in two games last week against fellow USCAA-affiliates The Apprentice School and Penn State-Fayette.
Senior Nicole Baker followed her season-high 29-point outburst on Wednesday with a 28-point performance at Penn State-Fayette on Friday helping the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team snap a six-game slide with an 83-76 road win over the Roaring Lions.
The Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team ended its fall-semester schedule on a five-game slide after falling to the visiting Virginia Intermont College Cobras 73-76 in the Knight Sports Arena on Thursday.
Behind career nights from Christina Augustin, Ivy Kuroki and Alli Winters, the Southern Virginia University women's basketball team scored 100-plus points for the third consecutive game as the Knights defeated Meredith College 106-94 during Tuesday's home opener.
One day after the Southern Virginia University women's basketball team set a single-game program scoring record with an 109-85 victory over Penn State University-Fayette, the Knights set a new mark on Saturday defeating Christendom College 118-50 at the 2011 Great Ships Classic.
With its up-tempo offense clicking, the Southern Virginia University women’s basketball team set a program single-game scoring record Friday night defeating fellow USCAA-affiliate Penn State University-Fayette 109-58 in the opening game of the 2011 Great Ships Classic.