Coach Lisa Stockton(Western Guilford/Wake Forest/Greensboro College) doing quite well at Tulane too!

Posted by Andy Durham on November 24, 2010 at 3:06 pm under College, High School | Comments are off for this article

Former Western Guilford and Wake Forest player and former Greensboro College coach, Lisa Stockton, has her women’s basketball team off to a great start at Tulane, down in Louisiana and the Green Wave just knocked off LSU at Baton Rouge, for the first time in almost forever and the Green Wave also ended a key 33-game winning streak held by the Tigers, against fellow in-state universities….

Check out the work being turned in by the former WG Hornet, former WFU Demon Deacon and the former women’s coach for the Greensboro College Pride/Hornets….

BATON ROUGE, La. – As the Tulane Green Wave’s bus pulled onto the LSU campus for the midweek match-up of state rivals, Tulane head women’s basketball coach Lisa Stockton(WG/WFU/GC) got her team’s attention and announced that she wanted to play a song to motivate her team for the ballgame.

As Black Eyed Peas’ “Tonight’s Going To Be A Good Night” blared through the speakers, Stockton simply asked her team if they were ready to “make it a good night.” Two hours after the chorus of cheers went off within the confines of the bus, the team found themselves celebrating in front of 2,767 fans as the Tulane University women’s basketball team defeated LSU, 54-52, Tuesday evening in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

With the win, the Green Wave remain undefeated on the year and improve to 4-0 for just the sixth time in program history and the first time since the 2001-02 season. The victory also snapped the Tigers’ (2-3) 33-game winning streak against Louisiana opponents, dating back to Tulane’s 76-72 win over LSU on Dec 31, 1999, in Fogelman Arena.

“First, I’m very happy for our seniors,” Stockton said. “This has been a very special group. They’ve been through a lot and I’m just very happy. A lot of them are Louisiana kids, and I’m glad they had this opportunity tonight. It was certainly not a pretty game. The percentages weren’t great, but I thought our team fought hard.”

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