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Round 7 (Regular Season)

Breeze 99% Aug.4 Warriors
Bandits Aug.4 Monarchs 79%
Aces Jul.28 Breeze 73%
Breeze 59% Jul.21 Monarchs

Monarchs mash up Milwaukee Aces for 100-73 victory - 2 days ago
The Flint Monarchs scored 10 points during the last two minutes of the 4th quarter to close out a 100-73 road victory against the Milwaukee Aces. 'These ladies came out and simply played like the professionals they are,' said Drey Wynn, president and general manager. 'They are playing at such a high level that it's almost scary if you are the other team.' Flint native Arlesia Morse, who played collegiately at Marquette University, led the Monarchs with 25 points and 8 rebounds, making 5 o...   [read more]
Monarchs defeat Illinois Warriors 111-47 - 6 days ago
The Monarchs used a 68 point first half performance and scoring contributions from 11 players to deliver a 117-47 home victory against the Illinois Warriors. 'I am so proud of my Monarchs, said Nicole Randolph, Head Coach of the Flint Monarchs. 'They win big by playing the game the right way. Flint native Sparkle Taylor, who played collegiately at University of Texas at El Paso, led the Monarchs with 22 points and five rebounds   [read more]

Monarchs lose road battle to Chicago Breeze 76-77 - 30 days ago
The Flint Monarchs traveled to the 'Windy City' for a weekend battle with the Chicago Breeze but losing 76-77 wasn't the outcome expected by the team. 'The Breeze is a much improved team from last season that has strong guard play, good size and great coaching,' said Monarchs president and general manager Drey Wynn. 'I expect to see them playing in the championship game.' Arlesia Morse (5'10''-G-93, college: Marquette) scored 18 points, Crystal Bradford (6'0''-G/F-93, college: Cent.Michig...   [read more]

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