Usually you hear about post players having a great day on the boards, rebound after rebound after rebound. Well in this case big things come in small packages. On July 2, 2016 against the Arkansas Stingers the starting shooting guard for the San Antonio Crusaders Len'Nique Brown (5'7") recorded 19 rebounds which made her #3 on the WBCBL all-time rebounding list for players under 6'0". Len'Nique Brown has been very dominant on the court recording a couple of double-doubles and one triple-double (Points-18, Assists-10,Rebounds-10) the very next week against the Dallas Crest. She currently has 81 total rebounds and is tied for 3rd in the league with teammate Adah Wells. Not to be out done, San Antonio Crusaders starting point guard Erica Cray (5'3") decided it was time for her to break into the record books also. July 16th, 2016 was the last home game for the Crusaders and Erica Cray recorded 20 rebounds which made her #2 on the WBCBL all-time rebounding list for players under 6'0". She had a stellar performance that game recording 9 points, 20 rebounds, 7 assists, and 7 steals. In the WBCBL she is currently #1 in total assists with 54 and is tied for #2 in steals with 21. The game is measured by the heart, not the frame, this is why big things comes from small packages!
- San Antonio Crusaders Staff
In May, no-one would have believed that the South Carolina Storm, during June and July would, finish 2nd in the Atlantic region and go 4-2 in those months.
In the season finale against the Capital City Cougars, we set a team personal best attendance record of 115 people, topped with a hard fought victory.
"Our ladies are very enthused to be in a position like this. It is the Storm's first time being one of the top seeded teams in the regional tournament and is looking to continue to make history. It hasn't been easy and our overall record doesn't show it but we have become HOOP PHI STRONG!"
- Coach Jon Shell
SCS Owner & GM
The Iowa Force Women’s Basketball Team has completed their first regular season in the WBCBL with a 3-6 overall record. The Force had wins against the Missouri Arch Angels, Kansas City Majestics and a forfeit victory over the Arch Angels. The Force were in the midst of a four game losing streak before earning their 3rd win of the season due to forfeit from the Missouri Arch Angels.
The Force suffered a hard-fought loss to the defending Regional Champion St. Louis Surge 78-66, a 92-82 loss to the Nebraska Strikers and an 84-79 loss to the Kansas City Majestics. This string of challenging games began with a high-scoring 104-91 loss to the Flyers Elite Team. Despite the losses, the Force were within single digits in the 4th quarter in each game. At the previous two home games, the Force held a food donation for the Boys and Girls Club of Iowa. Food items were brought to the games and for each person who brought a food item, $1 was taken off of their ticket price. The Force also had a pink out and a fan appreciation day at their home game on Sunday, July 10th. Pink Force shirts were on sale and Iowa Cubs tickets, shirts, Iowa State hats and an autographed Iowa Force basketball were given away. The Force also collected donations for Breast Cancer Research.
Due to the St. Louis Surge defeating the Kansas City Majestics on July 16th 95-58, the Iowa Force will qualify for the Midwest Regional Tournament on Saturday, July 23rd in St. Louis. They will play the St. Louis Surge at 12:00 P.M. The other game will be the #2 Nebraska Strikers against the #3 Flyers Elite. That will be played at 2:00 with the winners of both games playing at 7:00 for the championship. The winner of the Regional Tournament will advance to the National Tournament, which will be played on August 6th through the 7th.
- Iowa Force Staff