Saint Louis University head women's basketball coach Lisa Stone and her staff will host the Lisa Stone Basketball Camps in June on the Saint Louis University campus.
Saint Louis University head women's basketball coach Lisa Stone will be the keynote speaker at the Missouri Athletic Club's 2017 Women of Distinction Luncheon Friday, April 7, at the MAC's Downtown Clubhouse.
The Saint Louis University women's basketball team will hold its annual banquet Saturday, May 6, in Pere Marquette Gallery on the second floor of DuBourg Hall on the SLU campus.
Saint Louis women's basketball fell 71-53 to Indiana Sunday afternoon in a second-round game of the Women's National Invitation Tournament at Assembly Hall.
The Saint Louis Billikens attempt to reach the WNIT third round for a second consecutive season as they take on the Indiana Hoosiers in a second-round battle Sunday afternoon.
Stipanovich registers a double-double with 22 points and 16 rebounds.
Making its third Women's National Invitation Tournament appearance overall and second in as many years, Saint Louis (24-8) hosts IUPUI (24-8) of the Summit League in a first-round game Thursday, March 16. Tip time at Chaifetz Arena is 7 p.m.
The Saint Louis University women's basketball team has received a bid to compete in the 2017 Women's National Invitation Tournament. It will be the third WNIT appearance overall and second in as many seasons for the Billikens, who reached the third round in 2016.
Saint Louis junior point guard Jackie Kemph was named to the five-player Atlantic 10 Championship All-Tournament team.
Jackie Kemph scored a game- and season-high 27 points, but top-seeded Dayton posted a 75-65 victory over fourth-seeded Saint Louis in the Atlantic 10 Conference Championship semifinals Saturday at Richmond Coliseum.
Looking to advance to their first-ever conference tournament final, the No. 4 seed Saint Louis Billikens (24-7) battle No. 1 seed Dayton (20-9) in an Atlantic 10 Conference Championship semifinal game Saturday, March 4.
Sadie Stipanovich became Saint Louis women's basketball's career scoring leader with a game-high 27 points, and the Billikens advanced to the Atlantic 10 Conference Championship semifinals with a 68-58 victory over Fordham Friday afternoon at Richmond Coliseum.