Dear ASA Graduates and Expected Graduates: We are ready to celebrate and honor your achievements. It’s our pleasure to announce that our 2022 Commencement Ceremony will be held in person on Friday, August 26, 2022! From 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm At the United Palace Theater, located at 4140 Broadway, New York, NY 10033 (off 175th street Broadway) near the A train and 1 train) We will be distributing cap and gown Monday through Friday, at the Manhattan Campus located at 105 West 33rd Street, New York, NY...
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THE LADY AVENGERS MOVE ON IN THE NATIONALS!! NEXT GAME WED, 3/19
Salina, KS—The ASA College #18 women’s basketball team defeated #15 New Mexico Junior College 66-56 in their first round game of the NJCAA Division I National Championships this evening. ASA keeps their season going with 19-3 record. ASA will now play #2 seed, Chipola, on Wednesday, 3/19. Tip-off is scheduled for 1:00 PM CDT and will streamed live on NJCAA TV.
The Lady Avengers used a six-minute 14-0 run ending with 7:17 remaining in the game to give them the cushion needed to close out the ball game. Sophomore guard Brittany Jacksonscored eight of the fourteen points which included two makes from beyond the arc.
ASA’s run came right after NMJC tied the game 39-39 with 12:34 to go in the game. The game was not tied since the 17:33 mark in the first half with ASA leading throughout that point.
The Lady Avengers grabbed a 29-24 lead going into the intermission.
With NMJC threatening to make one last run at closing the gap with 4:41 remaining in regulation, sophomore swingman Krystal Pearson would answer with six straight points including a perfect 4-4 from the charity stripe.
ASA held New Mexico to only 15% from three-point range.
Jackson led all scorers with 25 points including 3-6 from downtown. Sophomore lead guard Jennifer Ramirez added 12 points. Sophomore forward Colleene Smith grabbed 15 rebounds to go along with nine points. New Mexico’s Jolanna Ford scored 15 points off of the bench.
May is national Nurse’s month. During this month we would like to honor you and thank you for choosing such an impactful career. Throughout this month we want to continue to recognize nurses for their hard work and contributions. We would like to feature you – an essential, respected, front-line worker – on our social media pages. Nursing graduates, please email us at email@example.com to learn more.
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