Sophomore Ta’Kyla Austin scored a game-high 20 points as five total Lady Silver Storm players scored in double figures in a 79-48 rout of visiting North Central Missouri College Wednesday night at The Dent.
After starting out the game hitting its first three three-pointers, it seemed as though someone put an invisible lid on ASA Miami’s basket as the Silver Storm shot a paltry 34 percent from the field en route to falling 83-51 to Santa Fe College Saturday morning in the first day of the Florida Colleges JuCo Shootout.
After leading 71-51 with just under 10 minutes left in the second half, ASA Miami saw that lead dwindle down and eventually become an 85-85 tie in the final minute before freshman Levard Missick Jr. was able to knock down a game-winning free throw and lift the Silver Storm to an 86-85 win over visiting T-Mac Advance Postgraduate Prep Academy Monday night at The Dent.
The changes are becoming more and more tangible as the Lady Silver Storm continue to play a better brand of basketball, including another record-setting performance Monday night in a 78-40 win over visiting Trinity College at The Dent.
Perhaps feeling the effects of a short turnaround after an emotional victory or maybe just a flat performance, ASA Miami looked out of sorts Saturday afternoon as it fell to visiting Victory Rock Postgraduate Prep 69-62 at The Dent.
ASA Miami got some huge sparks off its bench – to the tune of 67 total bench points – including career nights from freshmen Jonathan Vilchez and Kareem Lightbourne Jr. to power a 91-77 victory over visiting Florida Gateway College Friday night at The Dent.
ASA Miami struggled to put the ball through the hoop Friday night, shooting a season-low 24 percent from the field and 15 percent from the three-point line, and it led to an 84-52 loss to Santa Fe College in the second night of the JuCo Shootout at Suncoast Credit Union Arena in Fort Myers, Florida.
Committing a season-high 41 turnovers did the ASA Miami women zero favors Thursday night when the Lady Silver Storm fell 75-40 to Chipola College in the JuCo Shootout at Florida Southwestern State College’s Suncoast Credit Union Arena in Fort Myers, Florida.
After playing its past four games on the road – including a three-games-in-three-days stretch – ASA Miami’s men’s basketball team will get to play in the friendly confines of The Dent (Bucky Dent Gym) over the next five days playing four-straight home games beginning November 30.
In spite of Casey’s career night, ASA Miami couldn’t topple the nation’s No. 10 ranked junior college basketball team – falling 86-64 to Florida Southwestern State College in front of 420 fans in Suncoast Credit Union Arena Tuesday night.
Having already snapped a 49-game losing streak and won the program’s first women’s basketball game with a season-opening win over IMG Academy, the Lady Silver Storm doubled down on their success this season by having all eight players record points in their 59-51 win over Trinity College of Florida this past Saturday (Nov. 17) night.
Redshirt sophomore guard Matt Maturah scored a game-high 21 points – which was sparked by his going a perfect 3-for-3 from the three-point line in the second half – as ASA Miami was able to stave off a pesky Game Changers Academy team and pick up a 69-63 victory Wednesday night at The Dent.
Since its multiple record-setting victory to open the 2018 regular season, ASA Miami women’s basketball team hasn’t been able to find the winning formula as the Lady Silver Storm lost their third straight game following a two-game weekend snide.
The men traveled 10-plus hours to Niceville, Florida to play a pair of games at Northwest Florida State College – taking on Coastal Alabama-North this past Friday and the host NWFC Raiders the following night – but fell in both games, losing 102-85 and 99-61 respectively. ASA Miami’s women fared a bit better over the weekend, winning the program’s first-ever regular season game in a 100-81 victory over IMG Academy on Friday night, but losing 84-41 to host Florida Southwestern State College Saturday night.
The Lady Silver Storm smashed multiple program records, including most points scored in a game – thanks to Amiyah Harley’s 32 points – as they defeated IMG Academy 100-81 Friday afternoon at Florida Southwestern State College to capture the program’s first-ever regular season victory.
Freshman forward Valentina Restrepo and freshman midfielder Ivana Slipcevic were both named to the All-Region VIII First-Team while sophomore goalkeeper Noemy Franco and freshmen Alejandra Hurtado, Valerie Guevara, and Isabella Heiderick were selected to the Second-Team.
The Lady Silver Storm will play 30 games this season – a new record for scheduled games in a single season – tipping off with a road game on Friday, November 2nd and concluding the season at home on February 23.
After Nation Christian capped its opening drive of the day with a 27-yard field goal, the Silver Storm (4-4) scored 63 unanswered points – dominating the undermanned Lions (who only traveled from Port St. Lucie, Florida with 18 available players) and forcing officials to shorten the second half and play with a running clock.
The clock struck 12 on ASA College-Miami’s women’s soccer team’s Cinderella season this past Friday night when the Lady Silver Storm fell 3-0 to host Eastern Florida State College in the Region VIII Tournament Semifinals.
After falling into a 13-point hole midway through the fourth quarter, ASA Miami cut its deficit down to six points twice in the final seven minutes but could never completely overcome Louisburg College – falling to the Hurricanes 23-17 Saturday afternoon at Louisburg High School Field.
ASA Miami’s men traveled to Tifton, Georgia this past weekend and put on a dominant team performance at the ABAC Tennis Complex – overpowering the field to make it an all-ASA semifinal in the doubles division as well as having five of the eight quarterfinalists and three of the four semifinalists in the singles division.