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Highlights 2003-2004


On March 6, 2004 in the 2004 SIAC Basketball Tournament, the BC Women's Basketball Team became Tournament Champions by defeating Tuskegee University 56 - 55. For the first time since 1979 with the men also crowned tournament champions, the same school has won both the men's and women's basketball tournament championships in the same year. Kim Cue (photo) on the Women's Team were selected the MVP.

SEE 2004 SIAC Basketball Tournament Results

On Fri., March 12, 2004 in the 2004 NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Championship, the Women ended their season with a lost 42 - 51 to Rollins College (#1 seed) at the Women's South Regional in Winter Park, FL. The Women battled top-seeded Rolllins all the way, cutting a 19-15 halftime lead to one four times in the second half. Kim Cue's 18 points paced the Lady Tigers. Rosa Coleman added 13. CONGRATULATIONS to the team for a wonderful journey and accomplishments during this season.

In the East vs. West women's game on Saturday, April 24, 2004 at the 2004 Atlanta Black College All-Star Weekend event held in Forbes Arena at Morehouse College, the game MVP Kim Cue of BC (photo) led the West to a 79-53 victory. Jackson State center Amie Williams added 12 points and Tuskegee's Chanel Kendall had 11. Kim Watson of Florida A&M was the only East player to score in double figures with 12. The West squad was made up of players from the Southwestern Athletic Conference and the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and the East squad was made up of players from the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, the Mid Eastern Athletic Conference and the Eastern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.


Season Record: 16-13
Conference Record: 13-9

SIAC Conference Finish: 6th
SIAC Tournament Finish: Champions

All-SIAC 1st Team: Kim Cue (photo)

All-SIAC Academic 1st Team: Tina Hayes (photo)
All-SIAC Academic 2nd Team: Dionne Chandler and Vanessa Wilson

SIAC All-Tournament Team: Shaunna Armstrong (photo), Kim Cue and Christy Yusef

SIAC Tournament Hustle Award: Tina Hayes (photo)
SIAC Tournament Sportsmanship Award: Christy Yusef (photo)
SIAC Tournament Outstanding Coach: Maurice Bailey (photo)
SIAC Tournament MVP: Kim Cue (photo)

Article: "Benedict women keep Tuskegee at bay"

The Road through the 2004 SIAC Basketball Tournament to become Champions:

On Wed., March 3, 2004, BC 52 - Albany State Univ 44.
On Fri., March 5, 2004, BC 69 - Clark Atlanta Univ 44. (Semi-Finals)
On Sat., March 6, 2004, BC 56 - Tuskegee Univ 55 (Final)

In the 2004 NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Championship at the South Regional in Winter Park, FL:

On Fri., March 12, 2004, BC (#8 seed) 42 - Rollins College (#1 seed) 51.

Head Coach: Maurice Bailey
Assistant Coach: Aaron Brown
Student Assistant: Tia Ferguson
Trainer: Charmane Freeman
Sports Information Director: Derrick Johnson
Athletic Director: Willie Washington
President: Dr. David H. Swinton

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