2022-2023 Basketball

JCSU WBB advance to face reigning CIAA tournament champs

Najah Lane scored 19 points and game MVP and 2023 All-CIAA selection Shaniya Jones added 17 to lead the Golden Bulls to victory.

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Courtesy of JCSU Athletics

BALTIMORE – No. 8 seed Johnson C. Smith relied on a big third period to topple No. 9 seed Virginia Union 72-54 in a first-round women’s basketball game Tuesday in the CIAA Tournament at the CFG Bank Arena.

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Najah Lane scored 19 points and Food Lion MVP Shaniya Jones, an All-CIAA selection, added 17 points for the Golden Bulls (12-15 overall), who will play top seed and Southern Division champion
Fayetteville State on Wednesday at 2:20 p.m. All-CIAA performer Ny Langley scored 16 points for Virginia Union, whose season came to a close at 13-16 overall.

Leading by two at halftime, the Golden Bulls outscored the Lady Panthers 28-16 in the third period to open a 53-39 lead. JCSU shot 65 percent in the third period.
The Lady Panthers closed within single digits in the fourth period but the Golden Bulls went on a late run to pull away.

For the contest, JCSU shot 42.9 percent and held Virginia Union to 31.2 percent.


JCSU WBB advance to face reigning CIAA tournament champs
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