ASU Women's Basketball news and notes

From the Sun Belt Conference

Recent Results

January 20 (Sunday)

Louisiana-Monroe 58, Arkansas State 71

Upcoming Games

January 24 (Thursday)

Arkansas State at Troy 5:15 PM

January 26 (Saturday)
Florida Atlantic at Arkansas State 3:05 PM

The Arkansas State women's basketball team won its fourth straight and moved into a tie for first place in Sun Belt Conference West Division with a 71-58 victory over Louisiana-Monroe on Sunday afternoon.

The Red Wolves held ULM to just 37.7 shooting from the field and the Warhawks were just 3-of-15 from beyond the arc on the afternoon.

The Red Wolves are now have a 9-9 overall record on the year and at .500 for the first time this season.

Sophomore Hanna Qedan scored 17 points in the victory over ULM and tied a career high with three, 3-pointers on the afternoon.

Entering Sunday's matchup, the Red Wolves owned the nation's second best 3-point field goal percentage defense, holding opponents to a 22.6 average on the year.

ASU had the 62nd toughest schedule in the nation, and the toughest of any Sun Belt team, according to the latest RPI report from the NCAA.

According to, the Red wolves own the nation's 73rd most difficult schedule.

Q McDowell extended her consecutive games started streak to 93 on Sunday. A-State went 6-for-11 from beyond the arc against the Warhawks and extended its consecutive games with a 3-pointer made streak to 107.