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Tryouts for women’s basketball If you have the skills and are ready to join the Cyclones’ championship women’s basketball team, then head to tryouts on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 4:30 to 7 p.m., in the Building G gym.
Cyclones break records, finish eighth nationally to end stunning season Before they even played their first game, Head Coach Delwyn Jones knew he had a unique lineup of players on the women’s basketball team. Not only did they boast an impressive overall 34-3 record, but earned two championships and finished as the eighth best team in the country.
Cyclones finish eighth at national tournament Finishing eighth among all NJCAA Division II teams in the country is an accomplishment and the result of the seventh place final game with Wayne County Community College (Detroit, MI).
They’re not done yet Of all the teams competing at the NJCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship, Moraine Valley had the fortune to face a rival they’re familiar with. In the second game of the consolation round, the Cyclones met Region IV rival South Suburban College, defeating the Bulldogs for a second time this season, 78-66.
Cyclones rebound in consolations at national championship The Cyclones looked more like their old selves in their first round of consolation play today. They took a solid 74-59 victory from Niagara County Community College from New York.
Last quarter surge falls short in final seconds of Cyclones’ nationals run In their first game at the national tournament, the Cyclones were dealt a tough 93-92 loss in the final five seconds of their matchup with Lackawanna College.
Typical third quarter surge helps Cyclones punch ticket to nationals For the second time in three years, the Cyclones (32-1) are headed to Arkansas to compete in the NJCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship. Moraine Valley defeated McHenry County College (22-10) 89-70 in the Region IV finals last night to advance to the Big Dance.
Surging third gives Cyclones semifinal victory Another surging third quarter helped the Cyclones continue their impressive season as they took a dominating 100-61 victory over Illinois Valley Community College in the NJCAA Region IV semifinals.
Cyclones take down Braves in quarterfinals The Cyclones started their playoff run as intensely as they’ve played all season. The No. 1 seed faced No. 8 seed Black Hawk College in the NJCAA Region IV quarterfinals, coming out ahead 102-45.
Making statements The only way these Cyclones know how to play ball is by making a statement. They closed out the regular season with a 120-72 victory over conference rival Waubonsee Community College at home.
Hunter becomes No. 2 all-time scorer in Cyclone win Ashley Hunter continues to break records while helping her team win this year. Last night, she became the second all-time leading scorer in Moraine Valley women’s basketball history. The No. 3 Cyclones solidly defeated College of Lake County 72-39, but the real excitement came from Hunter. She tallied 20 points to surpass LaVetta Mitchell’s record 1,051 career points.
Cyclones record 26th straight win When the No. 3 Cyclones faced another nationally ranked team, they did what they’ve done all season, played good ball and tacked on their 26th consecutive victory, tying the program record from 1984-85.
Officially crowned the champs Even with a handful of games to go, the Cyclones have already ticked off one accomplishment—a conference crown. Moraine Valley earned its 10th Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference championship, thanks to a 12-0 record, in an 83-62 win over the Morton College Panthers.
Cyclones grab 10th conference win The Cyclones grabbed their 10th conference and 25th overall victory over Oakton Community College.
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Oct. 25, 2019
at Joliet Junior College
Nov. 1, 2019
vs. Lincoln Land Community College
@ Parkland College Tournament
Nov. 2, 2019
at Parkland College
Nov. 8, 2019
vs. Concordia College JV
@ Triton College Tournament
Feb. 18, 2020
vs. McHenry County College
Feb. 20, 2020
at Morton College
Feb. 26, 2020
at NJCAA Region IV Quarterfinals
NJCAA Region IV Quarterfinals
Feb. 29, 2020
at NJCAA Region IV Semifinals
NJCAA Region IV Semifinals
Mar. 7, 2020
vs. NJCAA Region IV Finals
NJCAA Region IV Finals