2015-16 Around the South

March 1, 2016 A most welcome return Hardin-Simmons coach Craig Carse was sidelined for all but three regular season games due to health issues. He returned just in time to lead the Cowboys to a conference tournament title and has his team ready for NCAA tournament play. More in Around the South.

February 23, 2016 Patience pays off for Austin's Gowdy Katie Gowdy has steadily earned a more prominent role in the Kangaroos rotation. The senior is helping lead a balanced squad into tournament play after exceeding regular season expectations. More in Around the South.

February 16, 2016 Wright on time Carter Wright battled injuries last season after transferring to Roanoke. His first fully healthy season for the Maroons is also his final one, but he and his teammates are determined to make the most of the time they have left together. More in Around the South.

February 9, 2016 May is Tyler's deadeye Makenzi May is well on her way to becoming Texas-Tyler's all-time three-point shooter. The junior has the Patriots on track to avenge last year's postseason disappointment. More in Around the South.

February 2, 2016 Little brother is playing big Sterling Holmes has athleticism in his blood. He is the latest member of his family to excel at the next level. The junior has embraced his leadership role and has Texas Lutheran primed for a return to the NCAA tournament. More in Around the South.

January 26, 2016 From racing to rebounding James Sapp was a Division I sprinter, but felt a nagging calling to return to the basketball court. Since transferring to Centenary, the reigning SCAC Player of the Year has been a double-double machine. More in Around the South.

January 19, 2016 Majors bond away from home Millsaps had little time to rest after participating in the D3hoops.com Classic in Las Vegas to close out 2015. The Majors opened 2016 with four straight road games. More on what those journeys meant to the Majors in Around the South.

January 12, 2016 Coronel's improvement keys Lynchburg streak Sarah Coronel has found her groove for the Hornets. The junior is a fixture in the starting lineup for the first time and is making her mark on both ends of the court. She is also making an impact on the Lynchburg community off the court. More in Around the South.

January 5, 2016 Sewanee's Carter made the right call When it came to playing at the next level, Keshonn Carter had to choose between football and basketball. He picked hoops, and there's little doubt that the Tigers senior made the correct choice. More in Around the South.

December 8, 2015 Completing the turnaround at LaGrange Madison Barker has come a long way since her freshman season. Her Panthers have also come a long way since a coaching change prior to the 2013-14 season. This year, they hope to take the next step and claim a conference title. More in Around the South.

November 23, 2015 Freeman finds a new gear Guilford's big man knew that he had just one more season to reach the goals he set when he arrived on campus three years ago. Will Freeman entered this season in the best shape of his Quakers career and is seeing early results. More in Around the South.

November 18, 2015 A fresh start for Centenary The Ladies snapped a 50-game losing streak with a season-opening win over Dallas Christian. Head coach Justin LeBlanc's debut was the culmination of on offseason of hard work and belief. More in Around the South.