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Women's Basketball Headlines (2014-2015)


1st win of the season
After a hard fought game the Lady Cougars came out on top.

Day 2 of our home tournament
After facing a D-1 opponent, we travel back home to our tournament and face a 3rd nationally ranked team to be followed up by the 4th nationally ranked team in Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College.

1st home game
While battling the nationally ranked KCU the ladies fell short in their first home endeavor.

Game in beautiful Charleston, SC
Lady Cougars never quit in the game against Charleston Southern University

Lady Cougars fall to St. Pete College

Cougars Drop Second Game of Road Trip
The Clearwater squad traveled to Ave Maria University on the second day of their road trip and lost 41-94.

Cougars Play Hard For Embry Riddle's Opening Game
The Lady Cougars played hard against the Embry Riddle's first ever women's basketball game, falling 55-79.

Cougars Drop Season Opener
The Lady Cougars began their season on the road against a strong NAIA opponent, St. Thomas University losing, 42-80.

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One of CCC's most decorated athletes, Tori is a junior biology major. "Having transferred to Clearwater in the middle of my sophomore year, I was very uneasy about the new environment I would soon be entering. However, the Lord made this transition extremely easy. Spiritually, the family environment has allowed me to create friendships that have challenged me in my walk with Christ. Academically, the teacher's personal desire is for each student to perform at his highest potential so they are willing to help each student outside the classroom. Athletically, the Lord has allowed me to be a part of the college's soccer and basketball teams. As I look back, it's obvious to see that transferring to CCC was one of the best decisions that I have made for my spiritual, emotional and academic well-being."