2011-12 Women's Basketball

Record: 32-4 Home: 16-0 Away: 11-0 Neutral: 5-4 ICCAC: 16-0
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Women's Basketball - Sun, Nov. 23, 2014
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METROSPORTSREPORT.COM- NORFOLK, NE -- Kirsten Larson popped in five 3-pointers and scored 17 points Friday night as Kirkwood trimmed Central-Columbus, 80-75, in Omaha. Tyra Polite hit four triples and scored 16 points for the Eagles (4-3).

Anna Martesen contributed 12 points. Ariel Sneed finished with eight points and eight rebounds. Polite collected seven assists. Aliyah Isaac and Taylor Silva had five assists. Adrianna Beck made six 3-pointers and scored 24 points for Central-Columbus (5-3).

Women's Basketball - Sun, Nov. 16, 2014
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METROSPORTSREPORT.COM- PEORIA, IL-- The third-ranked Kirkwood women's basketball team traveled to Peoria, Illinois this weekend to play two games in Illinois Central College's tournament. Third-ranked Kirkwood lost to tenth-ranked Parkland College, 62-59, Friday night in the opening round of the ICC tournament. Kirkwood lost to fifth-ranked Illinois Central, 74-68, on Saturday's matchup. Kirkwood and Illinois Central have both won six national titles and have two of the top NJCAA Division II programs in the country.

The leading scorers over the weekend were Cassidy Clark (24 points), Kirsten Larson (22 points), and Ariel Sneed (18 points). The Eagles are now 3-3 with all three loses coming within six points: State Fair College (61-56), Parkland College (62-59), and Illinois Central (74-68), totaling fourteen points. To view Kirkwood's schedule, click here.

Women's Basketball - Sat, Nov. 15, 2014
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METROSPORTSREPORT.COM- CEDAR RAPIDS, IA-- Ariel Sneed of Kirkwood Community College has signed a national letter-of-intent to play basketball at Southern Mississippi University next season. Sneed, a 6-foot sophomore from Harvey, Ill., was named a third team NJCAA Division II All-American last season after averaging 10 points and six rebounds for Kirkwood.

"I chose Southern Miss because as soon as I touched ground on its campus, I felt a sense of belonging," she said in a story posted on the Southern Mississippi website. "I received nothing but positive vibes while there the entire time, and it was just a feeling that was right. "Spending time with the coaching staff and players just reassured me that this was where I was meant to be! I couldn't be happier with my decision."