Johnson County Community College sophomore Paige Elston will continue her athletic and academic careers at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith in Fort Smith, Ark. The 5-5 guard from Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit HS) signed a national letter-of-intent to play for the Lady Lions and head women’s basketball coach Tari Cummings. UAFS finished 10-17 last year and 7-7 in the Heartland Conference
Ben Conrad, head women’s basketball coach at Johnson County Community College and the 2016 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Junior College/Community College National Coach of the Year, has announced the signing of eight high school seniors to National Letters of Intent to play college ball for Lady Cavaliers as part of Johnson County’s 2019-20 recruiting class
The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) recently announced its 2019 All-America players for two-year schools, and Johnson County Community College sophomore guard Jacionna Stowers was an honorable mention selection. She is the 13th player in team history be honored as a WBCA All-American, and first since Erica Nelson in 2016. She is the 11th player to be selected under head coach Ben Conrad.
The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference announced their 2018-19 basketball all-conference teams recently, and four members of the Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team were recognized. Sophomore guards Paige Elston and Jaci Stowers were second-team selections, and freshman forward KK Jackson-Morris earned third-team honors.
Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team’s bid to force a four-way tie for first place in the Kansas Jayhawk Division II Conference race came up four points short, as the ninth-ranked Lady Cavaliers fell 64-60 to No 4 Kansas City Kansas
Two days after being held scoreless for the first time this season, Johnson County freshman forward KK Jackson-Morris poured in a game-high 21 points to lead the No. 9 Lady Cavaliers to an 88-40 road win over Hesston College, Wednesday night
Johnson County Community College women’s basketball coach Ben Conrad might have a new appreciation of his bench players. His seven reserves accounted for 53 of the Lady Cavaliers’ 71 point and helped Johnson County pull out a 71-65 win over No. 16 Labette Community College.
After opening the season with 22 straight wins, the Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team has lost two straight and three of their last four games, and now find themselves in fourth place in the conference standings
The Johnson County Community College women’s basketball took out their frustration on falling for the first time this season by pounding Hesston College 99-40 on Saturday afternoon at the JCCC Gymnasium
The Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team left little doubt as to why they have held No. 1 spot in the NJCAA D-II polls all season as they handled No. 3 Highland Community College 85-65 on Monday night.
Sophomore guard Jacionna Stowers nailed seven 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 23-points to power the No. 1-ranked and undefeated Lady Cavaliers to a hard-fought 65-57 victory at Fort Scott Community College Saturday afternoon.
The No. 1-ranked Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team closed out its non-conference schedule for 2018-19 with an 89-45 win at Westminster College JV on Friday night, Jan. 18, to improve to 20-0 on the season.
The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) released its women’s and men’s basketball polls for Division II yesterday, and both Johnson County Community College appeared in the top 10. The Lady Cavaliers (18-0) remained the No. 1 team for the fifth straight poll and 50th time in school history, while the men (15-3) moved to over the No. 10 spot, moving up two spots from last week’s poll.
Johnson County Community College sophomore guard Jacionna Stowers of the women’s team, and sophomore guard A.J. Pleasant of the men’s team, were named the Kansas Jayhawk Division II Conference basketball players of the Week for week nine.
Johnson County sophomore guard Paige Elston and Jacionna Stowers each poured in 23 points, and sophomore forward Sydni Tears had a double-double of 16 points and 11 rebounds to power the No. 1 ranked Lady Cavaliers to a 97-64 win at Southeast Community College Sunday afternoon.
The Johnson County Community College women’s basketball improved to 17-0 on Wednesday night with a 97-75 win over MCC-Penn Valley at UMKC’s Swinney Recreation Center. The Lady Cavaliers also remained the No. 1 ranked team in NJCAA Division II women’s basketball for the fourth consecutive poll.