Rick Voight

Lady Monarchs, Charlotte Set for Sunday Showdown on ASN

February 16, 2017
By ODU Athletics
GAME 25: Old Dominion (13-11, 8-5 C-USA) at Charlotte (17-7, 9-4 C-USA)
Date Sunday, Feb. 19 at 1 p.m. ET (Ted Constant Center)
Location Charlotte, N.C. (Halton Arena)
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Game Notes Old Dominion | Charlotte | C-USA
Season Stats Old Dominion | Charlotte | C-USA
TV/Video American Sports Network (ASN)
Radio ESPN 94.1
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NORFOLK, Va. -- The Old Dominion women's basketball team travels to Charlotte this weekend to take on the 49ers on Sunday, Feb. 19, at 1 p.m. ET.

Sunday's game will be televised on American Sports Network (ASN) with play-by-play from Dave Armstrong and color commentary from Daimon Bethea. The game can also be heard locally on ESPN Radio 94.1 featuring commentary from Doug Ripley and Susan Montgomery. For more information on how to watch ASN, see the table below.

Game Date Time Network Cox Verizon DirectTV
at Charlotte Feb. 19 1 p.m. ET ASN 1 / 1002 HD 11 / 511 HD 33 HD



Old Dominion (13-11, 8-5 C-USA) seeks revenge against the 49ers after Charlotte (17-7, 9-4 C-USA) knocked off ODU, 86-75, in Norfolk earlier this season on Jan. 21. The Lady Monarchs have won five of their last six and are on a three-game road winning streak. In Conference USA games only, ODU leads the league in both rebounding margin (+7.7) and field goal percentage (45.6%). With a win, ODU would move into a tie with Charlotte in the C-USA standings.

Charlotte is coming off of an 0-2 weekend after suffering defeats to UAB and Middle Tennessee last weekend. The 49ers, who had won eight consecutive home games to start the season, have lost three straight at the Halton Arena. The 49ers have four players averaging double-figure scoring and are the top scoring team in the league in C-USA play with 76.9 points per game.

ODU leads the all-time series, 13-6. 


  • At 8-5, ODU sits in sixth in the C-USA standings
  • In C-USA play, ODU leads the league in field goal percentage (45.6%)
  • ODU's +6.6 rebouding margin is tops in C-USA and ranks 33rd nationally
  • Jennie Simms, the nation's second-leading scorer (25.4ppg), had a career-high 10 assists vs. UAB
  • Destinee Young leads C-USA in double-doubles and has posted double-doubles in four of last six games
  • ODU leads the all-time series against Charlotte, 13-6


  • At 9-4, Charlotte sits in third place in the C-USA standings
  • Charlotte is the top scoring team in the league in C-USA play (76.9ppg)
  • The 49ers have lost three straight at home, including losses to UAB and MTSU last weekend
  • Freshman Grace Hunter leads four 49ers in double-figuring scoring with 17.3 points per game
  • Ciara Gregory ranks fourth in the nation and leads C-USA in made 3PT per game (3.4 per game)
  • Norfolk native Lefty Webster ranks second in C-USA in assists (5.4apg)

1. WKU (19-6, 11-2)
2. Middle Tennessee (11-3, 16-9)
3. Charlotte (17-7, 9-4)
4. Southern Miss (17-9, 9-5)
4. LA Tech (14-11, 9-5)
6. Old Dominion (13-11, 8-5 C-USA)
7. UTSA (11-13, 7-6 C-USA)
7. North Texas (10-14, 7-6 C-USA)
9. Rice (15-9, 6-7 C-USA)
10. UAB (13-12, 6-8 C-USA)
11. Marshall (12-12, 4-9 C-USA)
12. UTEP (6-19, 3-10 C-USA)
12. FIU (5-19, 3-10 C-USA)
14. Florida Atlantic (4-20, 0-13 C-USA)

1. Anne Donovan (1979-83), 2,719
2. Inge Nissen (1976-80), 2,647
3. Nancy Lieberman (1976-80), 2,430
4. Kelly Lyons (1986-90), 2,224
5. Celeste Hill (1990-94), 2,112
6. Tracy Claxton (1980-85), 1,999
7. Medina Dixon (1982-85), 1,968
8. Jennie Simms (2012-present), 1,954

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