• Lions Tame Scottie Offense, 62-28
    January 16, 2018
    DECATUR, Ga.—Piedmont’s dominant second quarter spurred them on to a 62-28 USA South Women’s Basketball victory over host Agnes Scott on Tuesday afternoon at the Woodruff Athletic Center. A close first quarter broke into a large advantage for the visitors as they outscored the Scotties 25-2 with Agnes’ only two points coming at the free throw line.
  • Grant's Big Week Earns Conference Award
    January 15, 2018
    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.—Sophomore forward Garis Grant was named Player of the Week by the USA South Conference after a stellar all-around week.
  • Scotties Fall to Tigers on the Road
    January 11, 2018
    GAINESVILLE, Ga.—Brenau stormed out to a big lead in the first quarter en route to a 77-37 win over Agnes Scott on Thursday evening. The Scotties received a big night from sophomore Garis Grant (Charleston, S.C.), but could not overcome the early hole.
  • Scotties Taste Sweetness of Victory in Return Home
    January 09, 2018
    DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott celebrated its first home game of the spring semester in style with a 51-45 win over rival Wesleyan College on Tuesday evening at the Woodruff Gymnasium. A productive night from the low post of Agnes Scott led them to the gritty victory.
  • Tornados Push Past Scotties 57-43
    January 06, 2018
    BREVARD, N.C.—The Brevard Tornados built up a 30-17 halftime lead and held on for a 57-43 over Agnes Scott in USA South women’s basketball play. The Scotties continued their trend of strong second halves, but could not overcome a slow start on the road.
  • Second Half Rally Falls Short at LaGrange
    January 02, 2018
    LAGRANGE, Ga.—A mid-game run pushed the LaGrange Panthers to close 54-47 victory over Agnes Scott in USA South women’s basketball action on Tuesday evening. The Panthers turned a close affair into a double-digit lead by halftime and fought off a pesky Scottie squad in the second half to move to 6-5 on the season and 1-2 in the conference. Agnes Scott drops to 1-11 and 0-4 respectively.
  • Scots Top Scotties 67-41
    December 30, 2017
    MARYVILLE, Tenn.—Garis Grant (Charleston, S.C.) didn’t slow down despite a two-week layoff, but her 20 points was not enough to overcome a halftime deficit at Maryville on Saturday evening. The Scotties hung tough in the first half, but the home team pulled away with a big third quarter before holding on to beat the Scotties 67-41 in the final game of 2017 for both sides.
  • Mountaineers Stave Off Scotties, 96-47
    December 16, 2017
    BEREA, Ky.—The Berea Mountaineers held serve on their home court in the final conference game of the fall semester for both sides, besting Agnes Scott 96-47. Berea’s offense was on point in the early going as the Mountaineers scored the first 19 points of regulation on their way to a hefty lead after the first quarter. The Scotties got more disciplined as the game went along, but Berea’s sharpshooting was too much in the end.
  • Scotties Drop USA South Road Contest at Piedmont
    December 13, 2017
    DEMOREST, Ga.—A consistent offensive presence from the opening tip spurred Piedmont to a 78-47 win over Agnes Scott in the USA South opener for the Scotties on Tuesday afternoon. Garis Grant (Charleston, S.C.) turned in a monster performance on both ends of the floor, but Piedmont’s plus-25 turnover margin gave them a steady advantage throughout.
  • Eagles Hold Off Scotties 53-40
    December 05, 2017
    DECATUR, Ga.—A return home from a long trip provided a tough result as area rival Emory stormed out to a first-half cushion and held off the Scotties over the final 20 minutes to take a 53-40 win.
  • Comeback Falls Short in Memphis Finale
    December 02, 2017
    MEMPHIS, Tenn.—Agnes Scott Women’s Basketball outscored Hendrix 27-20 in the second half, but it was not enough to complete a full comeback in a 57-43 loss to the Warriors at the Rhodes Invitational. The Scotties will head back to Decatur with a 1-6 record overall, while Hendrix improves to 6-1.
  • Lynx Tackle Scotties in Tournament Premiere
    December 01, 2017
    MEMPHIS, Tenn.—Tournament host Rhodes broke open a close game after the first quarter to down Agnes Scott 68-26 in basketball action on Friday night. The Scotties got off to a good start, but cooled off from the field over the final 30 minutes to drop its fifth consecutive game.
  • Late Push Helps Wildcats Down Scotties
    November 26, 2017
    DECATUR, Ga.—A strong fourth quarter pushed visiting Johnson & Wales (N.C.) to a 63-47 win over Agnes Scott in non-conference basketball action on Sunday. The Wildcats were clinging to a four-point advantage at the start of the final 10 minutes of play, but seemingly could not miss in a 24-point period to close out the Scotties.
  • Stormy Petrels Spoil Home Opener for Scotties
    November 21, 2017
    DECATUR, Ga.—Oglethorpe showed why they were a preseason favorite in the SAA on Tuesday night, handing Agnes Scott a 70-28 defeat to spoil the home opener for the Scotties. Agnes Scott drops its third consecutive game after a win in its season opener, while Oglethorpe handled its second USA South team to start the season at 2-0.
  • Scotties Drop Classic Finale to Eagles
    November 18, 2017
    MONTGOMERY, Ala.—Pensacola Christian exploded for a big fourth quarter to down Agnes Scott College in the finale of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic on Saturday, 63-50. The Scotties had to battle from a large deficit for the second night in a row and nearly completed a comeback before the Eagles pulled away late in the game.
  • Bruins Stop Scotties on Day Two of Classic, 65-60
    November 17, 2017
    MONTGOMERY, Ala.—A fast start for the Bruins of Bob Jones University vaulted them to a 65-60 win over Agnes Scott Women’s Basketball on Friday afternoon on day two of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at Huntingdon College. The Bruins took a double-digit lead early in the first quarter and held off a fourth-quarter charge by the Scotties to even their record at 3-3. The Scotties fall for the first time in 2017 after an exciting win over Rust on Thursday.
  • Grant's Heroics Helps Scotties Shake Off Rust
    November 16, 2017
    MONTGOMERY, Ala.—Sophomore Garis Grant (Charleston, S.C.) banked home a shot as time expired to clinch an exhilarating victory for Agnes Scott in the season opener versus Rust. Grant finished with a game-high 19 points, including the most important bucket of the game in the waning moments to help the Scotties beat Rust College 57-56 in the first game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at Huntingdon.
  • Scotties Selected Seventh in USA West Poll
    October 25, 2017
    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.—Agnes Scott Women’s Basketball was predicted to finish the 2017-18 season the same way they finished the 2016-17 season at seventh in the USA South West. The league’s coaches voted in the preseason poll this week and do not vote for their own team.
  • Agnes Scott Athletics Announces New Roles
    April 11, 2017
    Biggs to head Women's Basketball program; Kern named Assistant Athletic Director
  • Garis Grant Named USA South Rookie of the Year
    February 16, 2017
    Grant also named to First Team West Division Team
  • Basketball Season Ends in 68-45 Loss to LaGrange
    February 14, 2017
    Grant scores 15 in final game of the season
  • Scotties Fall to Hawks, 66-45
    February 12, 2017
    Grant scores 22 in defeat
  • Scotties Fall in 2OT to Wesleyan
    February 08, 2017
    Three Scotties score in double figures in road loss
  • Grant Garners USA South Rookie of the Week
    February 06, 2017
    First-year forward receives award for the third time this season
  • Scotties Fall to Covenant, 57-44
    February 05, 2017
    Grant has huge game for Scotties
  • Scotties Fall to First-Place Scots, 61-44
    February 03, 2017
    Grant and Teemer lead Scotties
  • Scotties Drop Close Game with Salem, 58-53
    January 29, 2017
    Weimerskirch and Grant both post double-doubles in defeat
  • Lions Drop Scotties, 62-36
    January 29, 2017
    Grant scores 21 to lead all scorers
  • Scotties Fall to Covenant
    January 22, 2017
    Grant, Figueroa and Banks lead Scotties in loss
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