FLORENCE — North Alabama guard DD Smith felt like he was in for a big night as he warmed up before Monday’s home game against Carver College.But during the first half the junior did not have many scoring opportunities and had just 8 points at halftime.The second half, however, was a different story. Smith got hot early in the second half and the 3-pointers kept falling.
FLORENCE — Adrian Smith’s first game at Flowers Hall turned out to be a memorable one for the North Alabama guard.Smith hit a baseline jumper with 8.7 seconds remaining to provide the winning margin as UNA escaped with a 76-75 victory over Oakwood on Thursday night. It was the first win of the season for the Lions (1-2).“It felt great to make a big shot,” Smith said. “I’ve been playing terribly to start the season.
FLORENCE – The North Alabama men’s basketball team will open its home season tonight when the Lions host Oakwood. Tipoff is at 6 p.m. at Flowers Hall.UNA (0-2) is coming off two tough losses over the weekend at the South Regional Crossover in Tampa. The Lions lost 90-81 in overtime to Tampa on Saturday and fell 82-77 to Saint Leo on Sunday.Coach Bobby Champagne said the Lions had chances to win both games, but made a too many mistakes.
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Selecting a term
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