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Whitni Tucker is the 2010 SSAC Female Honor Student-Athlete
5/26/10
Whitni Tucker named SSAC Female Honor Student-Athlete
Montgomery, Ala. - Shorter College senior point guard Whitni Tucker has been named the Southern States Athletic Conference Female Honor Student-Athlete for the 2009-10 academic year as announced by the league on Tuesday evening. Tucker, who earned the NAIA's Emil S. Liston Award last year as the nation's top female junior basketball player based on scholarship, character and playing ability, is the second straight Lady Hawk to garner the league's most prestigious honor - former Shorter softball standout Becca Thomas took home last year's award. MORE [+]
 
 
Robyn Foster will join the Lady Hawks in 2010-11
5/4/10
Women's basketball signs former Coosa star Robyn Foster
Rome, Ga. - Former Coosa High School basketball standout Robyn Foster has signed on to play for Shorter College next season. Foster, a combo guard who has spent the last two seasons at Roane State Community College after graduating from Coosa in 2008, will finish out her final two years of eligibility with the Lady Hawks. MORE [+]
 
 
Lindsey Crawford signs her national letter of intent to play at Shorter University next season as parents Joy and Stan, siblings Karly and Caleb, Lee County High head coach Fran McPherson and Shorter head coach Vic Mitchell look on
4/24/10
Lee County star Lindsey Crawford signs with Lady Hawks
Leesburg, Ga. - Fresh off a historic 2009-10 season, the Shorter College Lady Hawks' basketball team is already off to a great start in its 2010-11 recruiting class. On Friday, April 23, Lindsey Crawford, a 6-1 guard/forward out of Lee County High School in Leesburg, signed a national letter of intent to play ball for the Shorter University Lady Hawks next season. Crawford, an All-Region 1-AAAA and Albany Herald All-Area Team selection this past season, led the Lady Trojans in scoring and rebounding during the past three seasons and concluded her prep career with 1,248 points, 1,115 rebounds, 590 steals, 378 blocks and 309 assists. MORE [+]
 
 
 

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