women’s basketball

Young women’s basketball team eyes future as season closes

By Donna Styron | gargoyle@flagler.edu

This year the Flagler College women’s basketball team is mainly made up of the younger players. Out of the team’s thirteen players five are freshman and six are sophomores. Head coach Lang-Montgomery has been working with the young team and is happy for the opportunities her players have had this season.

“I feel like they are getting a lot of playing time, a lot of minutes on the floor,” Lang-Montgomery said. “I think that is going to help in their maturity and their development as players.”

Opposite vantage points on the court

By Donna Styron| gargoyle@flagler.edu

The Flagler College women’s basketball team has two players who are complete opposites in stature but alike in their love for the game.

Sophomore Rachel Brown stands above the rest at 6 feet 7 inches, while freshman Ebonee Bell doesn’t let her size of 5 feet 2 inches bring her down. The two girls said they hardly notice their height differences compared to their opponents.

Women’s basketball looking to finish strong

By Mari Pothier | gargoyle@flagler.edu

Head coach Erika Lang-Montgomery of the women’s basketball team said the team is striving to make the Peach Belt conference tournament through every game.

The Saints have gone 2-2 in their last four games beating Augusta State and Palm Beach Atlantic. Their overall record is 4-9 and have gone 1-4 against Peach Belt conference teams.