For the second time this season Johnson County sophomore guard Dallie Hoskinson has been selected the Kansas Jayhawk D-II Conference Player of the Week in week nine. She also earned the honor in week five winner
The No. 4-ranked Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team improved to 17-1 on the season with a 100-44 blowout victory over Southeast Community College, Tuesday night. Every JCCC player scored in the game, six finishing in double digits.
The No. 4-ranked Johnson County women’s basketball team put on an offensive and defensive clinic against visiting Bethany JV Thursday night, downing the Swedes by 81 points, 112-31. The 81-point margin is the third largest in program history
On the court this season the Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team is off to a 14-1 start and currently ranked fifth in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national rankings
The No. 2-ranked Johnson County women’s basketball team’s undefeated season came to an end as they fell to No. 5-ranked Lincoln Land Community College 69-54 Friday evening at the John Wood Classic in Quincey, Ill. The Lady Cavaliers rebounded with an 81-32 blowout over host John Wood Community College Saturday afternoon
Earlier this season, sophomore guard Dallie Hoskinson became the first player in Johnson County women’s basketball history to register two triple-doubles in one season. Last Tuesday night she upped that total to three
Earlier this season sophomore guard Dallie Hoskinson became the first player in Johnson County women’s basketball history to register two triple-doubles in one season. She has now upped that mark to three
The No. 2-ranked Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team improved to 10-0 on the season with a pair of road victories last week. They posted a 94-32 blowout at Missouri Southern State JV on Thursday, Nov. 21, and downed Arkansas State Mid-South 68-45, Saturday Nov. 23
– Sophomore guard Dallie Hoskinson etched her name forever in the record book at Johnson County Community College while leading the Lady Cavaliers to a 91-51 home win Monday night over Missouri Valley College Orange Reserve.
– Johnson County Community College freshman forward LaJahda Boyland averaged a double-double of 12.5 points and 15.5 rebound while leading the No. 2-ranked Lady Cavaliers to a pair of victories last week. That effort earned the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for week 3.
Freshman guard Gabby Fuller nailed six 3-point baskets and freshmen LaJahda Boyland and Taniyah Henry posted double-doubles to power the No 2-ranked Johnson County women?s basketball team to a 111-34 blowout over Missouri Valley College Purple Reserve. The 77-point margin is the third largest in the 15-game series with the Vikings.
Dallie Hoskinson was not the Lady Cavaliers leading scorer in her team’s 89-69 victory over Evangel JV yesterday, but she stole the show with her performance on the floor. Hoskinson became just the fourth player in Johnson County women’s basketball history to register a triple-double as she finished with a line of 14 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.
The No. 8-ranked Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team got off to a strong start to its 2019-20 campaign with a 95-51 home victory over Southwestern Community College, Friday evening, Nov. 1.