Former Lady Rohawks make it to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen (2 years in a Row)! CeCe Harper(Kansas), Sune Agbuke(Baylor), and Monica Engelman(Kansas) all will be making a run for the Final Four in 2013. Kansas is the first 12 Seeded team to make it to the Sweet Sixteen since 1999. Baylor, the defending National Champions will definitely be making a Final Four appearance with Brittany Griner in the mix. So proud of all the ladies and their teams. Monica had a monster night finishing with 29 points in the win over South Carolina.
Three Lady Rohawks go dancing again in 2013 in the NCAA Tournament: Sune Agbuke(Baylor), CeCe Harper (Kansas) and Monica Engelman (Kansas). All are headed to the NCAA Tournament for the 2nd consecutive year. Baylor pulled off the Division I Championship last season. Kansas made a run to the Sweet Sixteen and is going to try and make another run this year. Good Luck Ladies, all so proud of you all !!!!
Former Lady Rohawk Sune Agbuke and the Baylor Lady Bears doing what they do best, WINNING Championships! The Lady Bears have won their 3rd straight Big 12 Title and are eyeing another National Championship Title in 2013 as they look down the Road to New Orleans.
Lady Rohawk Alumnist Felicia Jacobs has a record setting day and puts herself in the St. Mary's university Record Books.
Former Lady Rohawk "CeCe Harper" visits Kansas Senate as her and her teammates received congratulatory remarks from the House Representatives for the Womens Basketball Team making it to the Sweet 16, while overcoming so much adversity in the 2011-2012 season:
Lady Rohawk Alumnist Tamisha Timpson still coming up big at Texas Lutheran.
TLU's Tamisha Timpson named to ASC West Division Second Team
Junior guard/forward named to Second Team for second straight season
SEGUIN, Texas – Texas Lutheran junior forward Tamisha Timpson (San Antonio/Roosevelt) has been named to the American Southwest Conference West Division Second Team.
Timpson, a three-year starter, led the Bulldogs in scoring (361 points, 15.0 ppg), three-point shooting percentage (.382), free throws made and attempted (112-of-149), assists (86), and steals (37). She also ranked second on the team in rebounding, at 7.0 per game.
Timpson and the Bulldogs finished sixth in the ASC West Division with an 8-17 overall record and a 7-14 conference mark.
Timpson played in 24 games and made 22 starts. She made 46.5 percent of her field goal attempts and 75.2 percent of her free throw attempts.
In 2010-11, Timpson set career-bests for shooting percentage, three-point percentage, and free throw percentage. She also set a new career high for assists.
After 73 career games with the Bulldogs, Timpson is 10th on the all-time TLU women’s basketball scoring list. Timpson has scored 908 points and averaged 12.44 points per game. She holds career averages of 7.0 rebounds, 2.37 assists, and 1.89 steals.
Ashley Jordan advancing from JUCO to DIV II, as she has signed on for the 2011-2012 season with Texas A&M Kingsville to continue her final 2 years of college eligibility.
KINGSVILLE — Ashley Jordan signed with the Texas A&M-Kingsville women’s basketball team Wednesday.
Jordan, a 5-foot-10 forward from San Antonio, played the past two years at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where she shot 43 percent from the floor and averaged four rebounds per game. She played her high school ball at San Antonio Madison.
“She is an aggressive and energetic player with a strong body to dominate the inside and help us control the boards,” Javelinas interim coach Crystal Oates said. “She also possesses the skills to step out and play the face up game.”
Shantel Crichlow moving on to West Point DIV I Basketball, after spending a year at West Point Prep:
Former Lady Rohawk and current Kansas Jayhawk Charlicia "CeCe" Harper ready to take on the challenge of the Big XII.
Monica Engelman growing on and off the court in Lawrence, KS:
Genise Presly commits to play for NJCAA Powerhouse Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Missouri for the 2010-2011 season.
Former Lady Rohawk Alicia Houston transfers to Wayland Baptist University for the 2010-2011 season.
Former Lady Rohawk Monica Engelman becomes the first freshman at the University of Kansas to receive the Ms Jayhawk Award at their annual awards banquet.
Monica Engelman and the Kansas Jayhawks defeated Creighton University to make it to the Sweet 16 of the Women's National Invitational Tournament (WNIT). They will be taking on Illinois Sate on Thursday 25 Mar 10. A win will put them in the Elite Eight for 2010. In 2009, they were the WNIT Runner-ups to the University of South Florida.
Felicia Jacobs and the Lady Rattlers of St. Mary's University defeated the University of Incarnate Word to claim the Heartland Conference Tournament Honors. St Mary's will be taking on West Texas A&M in the DIV II NCAA Tournament.
Shantel Crichlow continues to lead West Point Prep:
Monica Engelman and Kansas goes pink for Cancer Awareness as she gets her first start of the season:
Monica Engelman taking on a bigger role for the Kansas Jayhawks:
Shavon Walker and her University of Texas - Pan American teammates fall to MIZZOU by a wide Margin.
Shavon scores 7 on the effort.
COLUMBIA, MO-- The University of Texas-Pan American women's basketball program dropped an 83-34 decision to Missouri, Thursday evening (Dec. 10), in Columbia, Mo. at Mizzou Arena.The Lady Broncs were able to keep the game close for the first seven minutes of the game, leading at one point, but were unable to stop Missouri. Rose Esther Jean led the Broncs with eight points, five rebounds and two blocked shots while Shavon Walker added seven points to round out the Lady Broncs leading scorers. For Missouri, Bailey Gee and Christine Flores each scored 14 points and Amanda Hanneman added 13 points. From the field, the Lady Broncs shot 28.8%, while Missouri was 46.0% from the field. From beyond the arc, the Lady Broncs were unsuccessful (0-8), while Missouri hit on 37.5% of their attempts.
Alicia Houston leads the surge for Midwestern State University as she scores 14 points to lead the Mustangs and has her best college game to date.
Monica Engelman has her biggest night, as KU fails to pull off a victory against Iowa State.
KU Coach Henrickson speaks about the impact Freshman Monica Engelman is making on her team:
Ashley Jordan and the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Lady Norse (#24-Blue)
Bobbi Taylor's 3 pointer highlights University of South Alabama against Spring Hill 100-44 victory:
Coming out of the locker room holding a 39-23 lead, South Alabama wasted little time breaking the game open as the Jags reeled off a 17-5 run during the first six minutes of the second half to stretch their advantage out to 30. Rutledge's jumper at t he 13:22 mark capped off the run and gave the junior her new career-best. From that point on, USA kept up the pressure and cruised to the victory. Jag freshman Bobbi Taylor highlighted the night when her three-pointer with under a minute to play - one of the Jags 13 on the night - put USA at the century mark.
3 December 2009:
(Shantel holding the team plaque)
3 December 2009: Former Lady Rohawk Tamisha Timpson continues to lead Texas Lutheran in several categories:
23 November 2009: Monica Engelman and the Kansas Jayhawks are off to a great start to the 2009-2010 season:
Shaina Tanks, Class of 2012
Southwest Assemblies of God University
Niaga Mitchell-Cole (Roosevelt HS), Class of 2012
University of Texas - San Antonio
Zenobia Winbush (Samuel Clemens HS), Class of 2012
Texas A&M Corpus Christi
Noelle Kindred (MacArthur HS), Class of 2011
Iowa Lakes Community College
Mhykeah "Kia" Baez (San Marcos HS), Class of 2011
Burgandy Partain (Navarro HS), Class of 2011
Jasmine Davison (Roosevelt HS), Class of 2011
University of Texas - Pan American (Track)
Alexxis Isaac (MacArthur HS), Class of 2011
Massachussetts Institute of Technology
Casey Wallace (Madison HS), Class of 2011
Concordia University (TX)
Kiara "KeKe" Taylor (John Jay HS), Class of 2011
Texas Southern University
Eboni Watkins (Wagner HS), Class of 2011
University of Texas-Arlington
Sunejiro "Sune" Agbuke (Cornerstone Christian), Class of 2011
Genise Presley (Samuel Clemens HS), Class of 2010
Jefferson College/Long Island University
Nichole Kindred (MacArthur HS), Class of 2010
Our Lady of the Lake University
Charlicia "CeCe" Harper (Madison HS), Class of 2010
University of Kansas
Michelle Rodriguez (Wagner HS), Class of 2010
University of Texas-Arlington
Monica Engelman (Madison HS), Class of 2009
University of Kansas
Bobbi Taylor, (Harker Heights HS) Class of 2009
University of South Alabama/Lamar University
Shantel Crichlow (El Paso Chapin HS), Class of 2009
Hannah Altheide (El Paso Chapin HS), Class of 2009Eastern New Mexico State University
Alicia Houston (Reagan HS), Class of 2009
Midwestern State University
Felicia Jacobs (Roosevelt HS), Class of 2009
St. Mary's University (TX)
Ashley Jordan (Madison HS), Class of 2009
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
Shawnay Gibson-Carmichael (Cole HS), Class of 2009
Lon Morris College/Our Lady of the Lake University
Jasmine Copeland (Wagner HS), Class of 2009
Shavon Walker (Clemens HS), Class of 2008
University of Texas-Pan American/Texas A&M-Commerce
Tamisha Timpson (Roosevelt HS), Class of 2008
Texas Lutheran University
Deandra Haggray (MacArthur HS), Class of 2008
Texas Lutheran University
Former Lady Rohawks take a break from college life and Athletics to give back to the Program that made it all possible for them:
CeCe Harper(Kansas Univ), Genise Presley(Long Island Univ), Eboni Watkins(UT-Arlington), and Noelle Kindred(Iowa Lakes CC) all returned to their roots for a much needed summer break, and provided some help and assistance to the younger Lady Rohawks by assisting during a practice session. These young ladies provided help on shooting techniques, while also teaching the kids that you have to work hard every day in order to excel at what you do. Thanks to all of them for Giving Back!
A Success Story Unfolded:
Former Lady Rohawk Genise Presley is a prime example of what the Lady Rohawks are all about. From the beginning, Coach Harper has made it his major job as a coach to give each and every player willing to put forth an effort on the court to be a part of his organization. Since day one, Genise has proved that with hard work and determination, all things are possible. Genise started on the Rohawks Red Team, and eventuallly worked her way up to the Elite Black Team (all through hard work). Upon graduation from high school, Genise signed a scholarship to play with Jefferson College (NJCAA Div I). Granted, most thought that she was only a DIV III type player, but coach Harper saw more in her and knew one day her talents would shine above others. After great showings in the college exposure events and two years of successful play with the Vikings, Genise has now signed on to play with Long Island University (DIV I) in Brooklyn, NY. This story is the best example of what hard work and determination can do for any player willing to listen, persevere, and rise above all odds.
Congratulations to Coach Presley and the Presley Family for instilling a hard work ethic on and off the court!
Former Lady Rohawk Coach getting some love from a current Duke University Basketball Standout:
Belvoir Eagle 04/12/2012
NCAA women’s basketball player got start at Fort Belvoir
By Rick Musselman
Every young athlete dreams of making the big-time. It usually begins when a player discovers a passion for the sport that goes far beyond the basic satisfaction of taking to the field or court and participating with friends on a Saturday morning. It begins when an athlete commits to focusing every ounce of his or her energy and concentration on becoming the best player out there. That new found drive often continues to blossom into adulthood.Securing a starting slot on a collegiate team and playing amid the lights, crowds and cameras of a major NCAA tournament represents a pinnacle of achievement for any serious high school varsity athlete. The ones who make it are usually the ones who have stayed focused on the game since their first experiences in early childhood, playing in the youth sports programs that laid the foundations for their climb upward.
Duke University Blue Devils freshman guard Ka’Lia Johnson knows what it’s like to live the dream. Her team recently competed in the renowned National Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s Division 1 basketball championship tournament, more commonly known as ‘March Madness.’ Her own passion for the game started in the youth basketball programs at Fort Belvoir. For Johnson, born March 6, 1993 in Fort Riley, Kansas, her development as a NCAA basketball player began with a Fort Belvoir youth sports coach who dedicated much of her time to keeping the young athlete focused and dedicate to hard work. “My coach was Lorraine Harper and she was very hard,” Johnson said. “I was two years younger than the age-group I played with and she told me from the jump start that she wasn’t going to give me any slack. She was going to push me, and that was very important.” Johnson said that she can thank her father, Kenneth Johnson, for exposing her to the game not long after she learned to walk.
SUNE and the Baylor Lady Bears complete an amazing 40-0 Season and clinches the NCAA Div I Womens Basketball Championship for the 2012 Season. GREAT ACCOMPLISHMENT by our own Lady Rohawk and a lot of Texas teammates!.
Former Lady Rohawks show off a great season finale versus Tennessee Lady Vols and Georgia Tech during the NCAA Sweet 16 in Des Monies, IA.
Congratulations CeCe, Monica, and Sune.
They will be Back !!!!!!!!!!
Duo representing "Lady Rohawks" as "Jayhawks"
CeCe Harper and Monica Engelman
Lady Rohawks-White take Second place at the Alamo City All Stars back to School Invitational 14 Aug 11. This young team played teams one to two grades above them and went 2-1 in the event. Congratulations Ladies!
2011- 5th Annual Lady First Tournament Results:
1st - Houstonians Elite
2nd - Fort Bend Stars
1st - SA Mustangs
2nd - Stephenville Honeybees
Junior Varsity Division:
1st - Team Arkansas
2nd - SA Finest JV
1st - Lady Bulls
2nd - HG Elevation - 8th
1st - DFW Elite 2016
2nd - HG Elevation - 7th
1st - Houstonians 12U
2nd - TX Top Prospects
Colleges/Scouting Services in Attendance: University of Incarnate Word, University of Mary-Hardin Baylor, Texas A&M Commerce, University of the Ozarks, Angelo State University, St Mary's University (TX), Concordia University (TX), Jefferson College, Hollins University, Colorado Northwestern, Midland College, Paris Junior College, UT-Dallas, University of Mobile (AL), TA's Scouting Scoop, Sports Highlights Inc.
Thanks to everyone for their participation and support!
Lady Rohawks White comes out Third in the 2011 Gary Blevins Memorial Touurnament in Frisco Texas. The ladies went 2-2 in the event, losing both games by a combined total of 11 points. Way to Represent...These ladies opened some eyes to the new up and coming young talent in San Antonio; challenging one National Level Team down to the wire by a score of 47-49.
Red Team takes first place in the All American Sports One-Day Tournament 21 May 2011. Congratulations Coach Booker and the Red Team Players for representing well.
SA Lady Rohawks White Team went 6-0 by Winning the Central Texas (CENTEX) 2011 Shootout. Way to bring home the Gold Ladies! Congratulations to Coach Leroy and all the young ladies.
The Lady Rohawks-Black take 2nd place in the Basketball on the Bayou tournament in New Orleans, Louisiana, losing by 1 point in the final seconds of the game to the Arkansas Mavericks in the 2011 Bourbon Division. The Lady Rohawks went 6-1 overall in the event.
WAY TO GO LADIES!
Lady Rohawks do it again in 2010 !!
3 out of 3 Seniors will be going off to play collegiate basketball after their Careers have ended. This marks the 3rd consecutive season, making it 100% 3 years going.
Lady Rohawks take 3rd Place at the Michael T. White Fila Championships in 2010 in Raleigh, Durham, NC.
SA Lady Rohawks make 2009 Premier Basketball Report’s Top 15 AAU Select Teams in Texas:
Lady Rohawks go 9 for 9 in '09: Scholarships seniors signed on to play collegiately for DIV I, II, III, and JUCO.
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