Feb. 25, 2008
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -
After suffering a heart breaker in overtime, the JU
women's basketball team will look to end the 2007-08
home season on a high note on Monday night.
The Dolphins (20-6, 10-3), off to their best start in
program history and conference play, will host Mercer
(4-23, 1-13) on Monday at 7 p.m. at Swisher
The contest can be seen live on www.judolphins.com
as part of ASun.TV.
JU trails Mercer 9-8 in the all-time series
but the Dolphins have won the last three meetings,
including a 74-60 win over the Bears on Jan. 12 at the
More cancer awareness
The Dolphins will continue their support on Feb. 25
with a halftime raffle for a Pink Elephants Travel
Cosmetics Bag, a Pink Elephants Candle of Hope and
Pink Elephants Mints of Hope (tickets are $1).
All tickets can be purchased by email through
assistant coach Andrea Williams - email@example.com
or at both home games. For additional information,
call coach Williams at (904) 256-7242.
JU will also host Mammograms by the St. Vincent
Mobile Unit on Feb. 25 from 8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m. next to
Swisher Gymnasium. For scheduling information, call
Against Kennesaw State, junior guard
Virginia Gregoire tallied a season-high 24 points on
10-of-16 shooting from the floor, including a 3-of-4
effort from beyond the arc, to go along with nine
rebounds, six assists and three steals. Gregoire also
joined Ashley Williams, Kat Sungy, Yolisha Jackson
and Sheena Carpenter on the 1,000-point club. Senior
forward Ashley Williams notched her third double-
double of the year with 14 points and 11 rebounds.
Junior guard Regina Omoite rounded out the scoring
with 11 points while logging a career-high 41 minutes.
Junior guard DaVina Hamilton finished with eight
points, five rebounds, five assists and four steals. JU
lost its first contest at the Jacksonville Veterans
Memorial Arena after going 5-0.
JU among best in A-Sun
The Dolphins lead the Atlantic Sun
Conference with an 20-6 mark, scoring margin (+7.7)
and turnover margin (+4.81). The Dolphins also rank
second in scoring (67.9 ppg), field goal percentage
defense (.385), assists (14.96 apg), assist-to-turnover
ratio (0.89), 3-point field goal percentage defense
(.284) and blocks (4.19 bpg) and are third in scoring
defense (60.2), field goal percentage (.415), steals