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Salem International vs. Virginia State Wednesday, November 17—Salem, WV

Salem International University

NO. 14 15 22 24 30 34 44

Name Shelby Howell Treshaun Robertson Amber Few Brittany Wells Vanessa Jones Carrie Moore Christina Suarez

Cl. FR. JR FR. JR. FR. FR. FR.

HT. 5'7" 5'8" 5'6" 5'3" 5'7" 5'6" 5'3"


Hometown Beverly, WV Melbourne, FL New Carrollton, MD Kissimmee, FL Jacksonville, FL Elkins, WV Bridgeport, WV

Head Coach: Kellie Snyder

Virginia State University No. 00 2 4 5 10 11 12 14 15 20 22 23 24 32

Name Tiora Hackley Betty Appiah Carlita Johnson Marquilla Evans Keyontae Perry Nia Thompson Janelle McDowell Mariame Sylla Morgan McGill Rhon’Neisha Taylor Temperance Brantley Pamela Muldrow Ashley Whitaker Quiana Kizer


Ht. 5-8 6-2 6-2 5-7 6-0 5-8 5-8 6-3 6-0 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-10 6-0

Head Coach: James Hill Assistant Coach: Chiante Wester, Gene Thompson, Anthony Mills

Pos G F F G F G G C F G G F G F

Hometown Virginia Beach, VA Washington, DC Lauderdale Lakes, FL Portsmouth, VA Richmond, VA Lanham, MD Prince George, VA Ivory Coast, WEST AFRICA Wilmington, DE Nashville, TN Midlothian, VA Jacksonville, NC Petersburg, VA Woodbridge, VA

Salem International vs. Virginia State Wednesday, November 17—Salem, WV

Trojans Outpace Tigers Salem, WV -- In the first game played at the T. Edward Davis Gymnasium in two years, the Salem International University women’s basketball team dropped a contest to Virginia State University, 103-33. Salem Freshman Forward Shelby Howell (Beverly, WV) tied the game in the opening minute, 2-2, making her the first SIU basketball player to score in the newly renovated gymnasium floor since the 2008 season. However, VSU (2-0) would score the next 14 points and run out to a 16 -2 lead. The Lady Trojans never looked back. Carrie Moore (Elkins, WV) led the way for SIU with 10 points. Point Guard Brittany Wells (Kissimmee, FL) added seven points and two rebounds for the Lady Tigers. Freshmen Vanessa Jones (Jacksonville, FL) chipped in with five points and four boards and Tre’Shaun Robertson (Melbourne, FL) had a solid defensive game, coming down with six rebounds and one blocked shot to go along with her five points. “We’re taking a game-by-game approach,” said SIU Head Coach Kellie Snyder. “We’ll review the film and work hard on our miscues. The important thing now is to get ready for Mansfield.” The Lady Tigers (0-2) return to action this weekend when they travel to Mansfield, PA to compete in the Mansfield University-Comfort Inn Classic. SIU will face Mansfield University at 3:00pm on Saturday and Notre Dame College (OH) at 1:00pm on Sunday.

Salem International vs. Virginia State Wednesday, November 17—Salem, WV

SIU Women's Basketball vs. Virginia State University  

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