N.C. A&T Aggies vs. Old Dominion Monarchs tonight in the WNIT at Corbett Center with game time at 7pm(Enad Haddad Interview)

N.C. A&T Aggies vs. Old Dominion Monarchs tonight in the WNIT/Women’s National Invitational Tournament
Old Dominion Monarchs(22-9) vs. N.C. A&T(21-11) 7pm at the Corbett Center on N.C. A&T’s campus….
Round Two of the WNIT tonight…ODU had a Bye to get here, while N.C. A&T defeated UNCG, 56-51, back on Friday night to get here tonight…It has been two-week layoff since ODU played their last basketball game….
(They are expecting a energetic crowd of 3,909 fans tonight for this game.)

Enad Haddad met up with the ODU Monarchs today up at the Cracker Barrell Restaurant off of West Wendover Avenue….
(ODU says we need fans too.)

Point guard Jordan McLaughlin from ODU with Enad Haddad, plus Old Dominion head coach DeLisha Milton-Jones….
CLICK BELOW for this outstanding interview….
https://www.facebook.com/EnadHaddad/videos/774424044660561

N.C. A&T over the Spartans of UNCG to get here tonight, in Round Two of the WNIT…
GREENSBORO—It was a good night for the city of Greensboro and for women’s sports. With its 56-51 win over UNC Greensboro at Corbett Sports Center Friday night in the opening round of the postseason Women’s National Invitational Tournament (WNIT), the North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team undoubtedly had a super night.

The Aggies and the Spartans played in front of an energetic crowd of 3,909 fans rooting for their favorite Greensboro Division I women’s basketball team. Two Gate City schools separated by two miles fighting for city supremacy while trying to advance in a national tournament made for an excellent atmosphere, and no one can ignore the excitement surrounding the women’s game. GREENSBORO—It was a good night for the city of Greensboro and for women’s sports. With its 56-51 win over UNC Greensboro at Corbett Sports Center Friday night in the opening round of the postseason Women’s National Invitational Tournament (WNIT), the North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team undoubtedly had a super night.

The Aggies and the Spartans played in front of an energetic crowd of 3,909 fans rooting for their favorite Greensboro Division I women’s basketball team. Two Gate City schools separated by two miles fighting for city supremacy while trying to advance in a national tournament made for an excellent atmosphere, and no one can ignore the excitement surrounding the women’s game.

**********More on #4 Jordan McLaughlin from ODU, who Enad talked to at the Cracker Barrell**********
10.5 points per game going into the N.C. A&T game for McLaughlin…..
2022-23 (JR): Started in all 34 games played … Was third on the team in scoring with 293 points, was tied for third at 8.6 points per game, and was also third in steals with 41 … Pulled down 111 rebounds and led the Monarchs with 113 assists … Shot over 70 percent from the free-throw line (.709) … Scored the game-winning shot with four seconds left in ODU’s 84-82 overtime victory at Georgia Southern. She tallied 13 points with eight boards … Knocked down a season high of 21 points at Marshall and gathered six rebounds with two steals to lead the Monarchs to a 66-63 win over the Herd … Scored double-digit points in 13 games … Had at least one rebound in all but two games and assists in all but three.

PREP: Attended Phillip O. Berry High School(Charlotte, N.C.), where she scored 1,678 points and averaged over 18 points her junior and senior seasons … Was the SoMeck 7 Player of the Year as a junior … Was named her team’s MVP twice and made First Team All-Team All-Region and First Team All-State as a senior … Made the North Carolina/South Carolina All-Star Team and was runner-up for MVP honors.

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