Before Lucy Cramsey was even in position to launch a half-court shot, she envisioned it going in. "The whole time I was saying, ‘We're going to get this rebound, and I'm going to go down and throw it up there and it's going to go in," she said. There were two chances... More>>
The Quincy University women's basketball team built a double-digit lead in the first half of Thursday's Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament quarterfinal game against Southern Indiana, and like the regular season meeting with the Screaming Eagles, the Lady Hawks held tough when it got interesting in the second half. More>>
A career year ended with Quincy University senior guard Chris Babbitt earning second-team All-Great Lakes Valley Conference honors. The Florissant, Mo., native was the only QU player to receive any postseason accolades. Babbitt led the Hawks... More>>
During the Quincy University women's basketball team's 12-game winning streak, senior guard Lucy Cramsey did a little of everything. She scored in double figures 10 times, averaging 14.6 points, 7.9 rebounds, 2.1 steals and 1.7 assists as the Lady Hawks rose... More>>
For the third straight game, the Quincy University women's basketball team faced an opponent with its fate at stake. And once again, it showed. Truman State University, which fell out of the top 10 in the NCAA Division II Midwest Region rankings this week ...
The end of the Quincy University men's basketball season became an afterthought Thursday night. Scott Hahn's health is all that mattered. The junior guard from Mount Pleasant, Iowa, suffered a seizure on the sidelines during the second half of the 89-85 loss to Truman State University at Pershing Arena.
Scouting the Lady Hawks: Quincy needs to right itself before the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament begins. Undefeated at Pepsi Arena prior to last weekend, the Lady Hawks suffered back-to-back losses that dropped them to No. 16 in the national poll. Any chance... More>>
Scouting the Hawks: After 27 games, this is the only one that matters. If Quincy wins, it earns a spot in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament. If the Hawks lose, they have to pray for Illinois-Springfield to lose at home to McKendree. A Quincy loss and a UIS victory gives... More>>
Marty Bell knows the Quincy University men's basketball team still controls it own destiny for earning a spot in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament. That's just the way the veteran coach likes it. "It doesn't matter what happens Thursday if we win," Bell said. "We control... More>>
When the NCAA Division II Midwest Region rankings were released Wednesday, one thing seemed to catch the eye of the Quincy University women's basketball players. Missouri-St. Louis had more to play for than almost anyone else. It should have been a warning the Lady Hawks didn't heed... More>>
Austin Weber and the Quincy University men's basketball players remembered the Jan. 18 game at Missouri-St. Louis. Specifically, the Hawks never forget the late free throws the Tritons hit to seal that victory. So, in QU's 78-76 victory over UMSL Thursday night... More>>
Hannah Weedman pays close enough attention to social media that she learned where the Quincy University women's basketball team stood in the Midwest Region rankings long before she got to Pepsi Arena for practice. The fact the Lady Hawks were No. 2 didn't sit so well... More>>
Scouting the Tritons: UMSL had a six-game winning streak snapped with last Saturday's 67-59 loss at Southern Indiana. However, the Tritons are still enjoying one of their best seasons ever. The 17 victories are the most since the 1999-2000 team won 19 games. The 10 Great Lakes Valley... More>>
Scouting the Tritons: UMSL followed up a three-game winning streak with a three-game losing streak and must right the ship to build some confidence going into the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament. This is the finale in a three-game road trip and part of a stretch... More>>
INDIANAPOLIS -- Although the Quincy University men's basketball team couldn't sustain a halftime lead Saturday, the Hawks still have destiny in their own hands. All it takes is a couple of better finishes to secure a spot ...
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