Lady Patriots Head Toward Postseaon

ARLINGTON, Texas- The Arlington Baptist University women’s basketball team heads to Joplin, Missouri for the 2017-2018 NCCAA Southwest Regional Tournament.  Since the start of the program, the women have never lost the Regional Tournament with a 5-0 record. The Lady Patriots have held the number one ranking in the entire NCCAA for the whole year.  In fact, the last four weekly rankings it was a unanimous decision among voters.  For their trip to Missouri, the Patriots once again will have the number one seed.  The women earned a first round bye and will begin play on Friday, February 23rd. They will face off against the winner of Central Christian College of the Bible and Dallas Christian College at 2 pm. The championship game of the week will take place February 24th at 2 pm. ABU women look to make it SIX in a row! Good Luck Lady Patriots!

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