Share UWF Women’s Basketball Drops Exhibition Game to South Alabama 51-45 Nov. 4, 2007MOBILE, Ala. – The West Florida women’s basketball team led the Jaguars 45-44 with 2:27 to play, but a quick five points in a 25 second span was the difference in the contest. Neither team had a lead of greater than three points, except for two brief five point Argonaut leads at 26-21 and again at 36-31 midway thru the second half. South Alabama never had a lead of three points or more until Shakira Nettles hit a three pointer to put the Jaguars up by 49-45, with just over one minute left in the game.In an evenly matched game, the lead changed hands 11 times. West Florida out-rebounded the Jaguars by a 48-42 margin, while both teams had nearly identical shooting percentages. UWF Guard Chelsea Patterson (Fr. / Largo, Fla.) led all players with 23 points, while Guard Jeanette Tucker and Point Guard Siedah Banks led the Jaguars with 11 each. Argo Forward Tara Russ (Sr. / Lake Park, Fla.) had a game high 10 rebounds, to go along with one blocked shot and one steal.West Florida opened up with a basket from Point Guard Tiffany Scott (Sr. / Port St. Lucie, Fla.) and Guard Karmeshia Easley (Sr. / Mobile, Ala.) to take a 4-2 lead early on. Midway thru the first half, Center Caitlin Salak (So. / Mattoon, Ill.) scored on back to back baskets, that sandwiched a basket by Banks of South Alabama, and the Argos were up 17-16. With the score tied at 19 late in the first half, Patterson drove to the basket for a leaning lay-up with 10 seconds left in the first half to give the Argos a two point halftime lead.West Florida kept a slim lead for the first ten minutes of the second half, before a Jessica Sparling jumper put South Alabama up 38-37. The Argos Laura Davis (Sr. / Spanish Fort, Ala.) followed with a three pointer to put UWF up 40-38. Then after three lead changes, Patterson hit a jumper to put the Argos up 45-44 with 2:27 to play. It would end up as the last basket for West Florida, as the Jaguars got a fast break lay-up and the big three pointer from Nettles to take a 49-45 lead. Two late free throws were tacked on to make the final score 51-45.Scott and Davis both had five points, while Easley, Salak, and Dominique Boykins (So. / Houston, Tex.) each added four points. Samantha Schlaegel (Sr. / Port Huron, Mich.) pulled down six rebounds for West Florida. The Argos will begin the regular season at home in their “Tip-off Classic Tournament” on November 16th against Florida Southern College. The game is at 6:00 pm in the UWF Fieldhouse. Print Friendly Version
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The Chiefs were aware of at least three off-field incidents involving Kareem Hunt, team owner Clark Hunt told reporters on Sunday (via the Kansas City Star), a week after severing ties with the Pro Bowl running back.The Chiefs released Hunt on Nov. 30, the day video of him shoving and kicking a woman in a Cleveland hotel hallway in February became public. As part of the fallout, it also became public that Hunt was accused of an attack at a Kansas City-area nightclub a month before the incident in Cleveland. “We did know about that, yes,” Clark Hunt said of the alleged nightclub attack after his team’s 27-24 win over the Ravens on Sunday.It was the team owner’s first public comments since Kareem Hunt’s off-field issues mushroomed. He also was accused of hitting a man in June at an Ohio resort. Related News Three takeaways from the Bears’ win over the Rams “We did know about all three of the incidents he’d had in the offseason,” Clark Hunt said. “They’d all been reported to the NFL and the NFL was investigating.”The Chiefs owner said “(i)t was a collective decision — everybody was on board with it” to release the NFL’s leading rusher in 2017, who reportedly has begun treatment for alcohol abuse and anger management. While aware of the alleged Cleveland incident, the Chiefs claim they didn’t know there was video of the incident until TMZ made public the security-camera footage.“We were obviously shocked by the video, like anybody who saw it,” Clark Hunt said. “We had some issues with Kareem not being truthful about what had happened that night, and we just felt that for everybody’s best interests, we’d be headed in a different direction.”The Chiefs and the NFL have come under fire for whether they tried hard enough to gather facts around the Cleveland hotel incident. The league failed to interview Kareem Hunt directly and also didn’t formally request the police records related to the February incident.