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Flint Monarchs crowned GWBA national champs, Arlesia Morse named Finals MVP - Aug 24, 2016

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The Flint Lady Monarchs earned the right to be called "Queens of the Hoop Court" for another season.
Over the weekend, the Monarchs captured their third consecutive national championship by defeating the Akron Innovators, 99-52, on Saturday, August 20 at Mott Community College.
The Monarchs (7-0) got off to a hot start, scoring 59 first-half points.
"We were on pace to score 100 or more points," said Monarchs coach Nicole Randolph. "As the game progressed in the second half, the team started to slow down once the game got out of reach for Akron."
Former Marquette University and Flint Hamady High School star Arlesia Morse (5'10''-G-93, college: Marquette) recorded a game-high 26 points and 13 rebounds to earn the Finals MVP honor.
Fellow Monarchs Trenia Barbee poured in 16 points and 6 rebounds while Natasha Morris added 15 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists.
The Innovators were paced by Charletia Hurrell who finished the game with a team-high 18 points and 3 rebounds.
The Flint Lady Monarchs finished the season 7-0 in the Global Women's Basketball Association and are already looking forward to next summer.
"The Monarchs will play a bigger, better and much bolder brand of basketball in 2017," said Monarchs President and General Manager Drey Wynn. "Both the Monarchs and Global Women's Basketball Association are already working on a plan to bring this to fruition."

Hot Shooting Propels GLO Past Surge - 9 days ago
The venue may have changed, but the results were similar. The Wisconsin GLO remained the lone unbeaten in the Global Women's Basketball Association with a 107-70 rout over the St. Louis Surge in a pivotal league matchup Saturday, June 15 in St. Louis, Missouri. The GLO (6-0, 3-0 GWBA) downed the Surge (1-2, 1-2) by a 92-66 score in their first meeting during the league opener May 18 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Wisconsin, which never trailed during the first meeting between the teams, built a 6...   [read more]

Flint Monarchs open season with 82-77 win in Nashville - 1 month ago
Arlesia Morse (5'10''-G-93, college: Marquette, agency: AgainHello) scored a game-high 27 points and the Flint Monarchs used a big third quarter to beat the Music City Icons 82-77 in their Global Women's Basketball Association season opener in Nashville, Tenn. Morse, a Flint Hamady product who played at Marquette, also had 11 rebounds as the Monarchs outscored the Icons by 29 points in the third quarter to erase a 10-point halftime deficit. Nya Jordan (6'1''-F-91, college: Michigan) added...   [read more]

Monarchs headed to France, represent GWBA at Tournament of Champions - 1 month ago
The Flint Monarchs are taking their show to the international stage. The Monarchs, who have won three straight Global Women's Basketball Association championships, are one of six teams that will play in the 2019 LIGA Mediterranean Cup May 30-June 3 in Toulouse, France. The event will also feature teams from Canada, France, Portugal and Spain. 'To represent our country, the Global Women's Basketball Association and play for an international championship is an opportunity of a lifetime,' Mo...   [read more]

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