The Spirits kicked off their season at the Jackie Ammons Tournament hosted by William Peace University. Salem split their games this weekend. They fell to Washington College of Maryland on Friday 69-56. They bounced back on Saturday to take 3rd-place in the tournament with a 75-67 win against Hollins University. Satavia Taylor produced only the 2nd ever triple-double by a Salem basketball player in the win over Hollins. She had an impressive 12 points, 11 steals and 11 rebounds.
The Salem College basketball team rolled past Hollins University, 75-67, to pick up their first win of the young season. Salem claimed third-place in the Jackie Ammons Tournament hosted by William Peace with the win. For the second straight game, Satavia Taylor (Chicago, IL) led the Spirits with 12 points. Salem improves to 1-1 this season, while Hollins drops to 0-2.
The Salem College basketball team is set to start their 2012-2013 this weekend at the Jackie Ammons Tournament hosted by William Peace University. Head Coach Anita Howard will kickoff her first season with 11 new players.
Members of the Salem team participated in the event to bring awareness to abuse issues.
The Anita Howard era of Salem College basketball kicked off with a blast last night in the Salem Gym at Midnight Madness. Following the event, the 2012-2013 Spirits kicked off their season with their 1st practice under Coach Howard.
The Salem College basketball team is set to host the first-ever Midnight Madness Event in Salem College history on October 15th at 9:00 pm
Members of the Salem College Basketball team received a huge energy boost from renowned motivational speaker, educator, author, activist and minister, Eric Thomas this past Tuesday on September 18, 2012. Thanks to Salem College Asst. Basketball Coach/Asst. Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs at Winston Salem State University, Theo Howard, the Lady Spirits were guest to host institution Winston-Salem State University and their Department of Athletics.
The Salem College basketball team volunteered to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem. There were 15 basketball student-athletes present for the service project.