Hattiesburg, Miss.- William Carey University women's basketball wrapped up regular season play on Saturday afternoon as they fell to No. 5 Bethel University, 73-55.
Jackson, Miss.- Keyosha Wilson poured in a game high 22 points as William Carey University won their second straight game, defeating Belhaven University, 56-53 in SSAC action at Rugg Arena.
Hattiesburg, Miss.- Fredrikah Wilson (JR/Baton Rouge, La.) poured in a game high 19 points as William Carey University snapped a four game losing skid, defeating Blue Mountain College, 58-50 in SSAC action at Clinton Gym.
Pulaski, Tenn.- William Carey University was dreadful on both ends of the floor in the first half as they dropped their third straight game against a Top 25 team, falling to No. 23 Martin Methodist (Tenn.), 61-42.
Mackenzie, Tenn.- William Carey University got off to a horrid start as they fell to No. 5 Bethel University, 73-50 in Southern States Athletic Conference action at Crisp Arena.
Hattiesburg, Miss.- William Carey University renewed a rivalry with an old foe as they stepped out of conference play for the final time this season and defeated Dillard University, 59-52.
Montgomery, Ala.- William Carey University managed just four points over the final ten minutes of play as they fell to Belhaven University 55-44 in opening round action at the 2015 Southern States Athletic Conference Tournament at Cramton Bowl Multiplex.
Montgomery, Ala.- (Bracket)- William Carey University women's basketball will open play in the 2015 Southern States Athletic Conference Tournament on Wednesday at 1:30 pm as they take on Belhaven University in opening round action at the Cramton Bowl Multiplex.