Heber Springs’ Libby Stutts signs with Lyon College

Heber Springs senior guard Libby Stutts shows off her signed NAIA Letter-of-Intent with Lyon College on Tuesday at the Panther Den. With Stutts are her parents, Jared Stutts and Brandy Famer. PHILIP SEATON PHOTO

October 22, 2019

Heber Springs senior guard Libby Stutts signed with Lyon College on Tuesday at a ceremony at the Panther Den.

Stutts signed with the NAIA school in Batesville surrounded by her family, friends, coaches and teammates. Stutts was the leading scorer for coach Jamey Riddle’s Lady Panther squad.

Stutts is the third Heber Springs athlete in the past two years to sign with Lyon College joining Nick Chaney (baseball) and Blaze Nelson (football), who are both freshmen this season.

She will be joining a Scots program that is coming off a 25-8 record in 2018-19 that saw coach Tracy Stewart-Lange’s squad reach the second-round of National Tournament, Lyon’s eighth consecutive appearance.

She will be the first Panther to play for the Lyon College’s women’s team since Sarah Adcock, who played at the Batesville school from 2000-2004. Adcock was a two-time all-conference performer for the Scots and is the seventh-leading all-time scorer at the American Midwest Conference school.

Stutts, who also plays soccer for the Panthers, and her Heber Springs teammates will open their season on Nov. 12 at home against Nemo Vista.

LIBBY STUTTS

HEBER SPRINGS COACH JAMEY RIDDLE

LYON COLLEGE COACH TRACY STEWART-LANGE

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Little Rock to open at Texas A&M

August 31, 2019

By UALR SPORTS INFORMATION

LITTLE ROCK – Mark your calendars and plan your travel for Nov. 5 to College Station. Little Rock, the reigning back-to-back Sun Belt Conference Tournament Champions, will open the 2019-20 season at Reed Arena against Texas A&M.

Tip-off time and broadcast information is still yet to be announced.

Not only a battle of two programs that annually are at the top of their respective conferences, the game will be a matchup of coaches who rank fifth (Texas A&M’s Gary Blair) and sixth (Little Rock’s Joe Foley) on the active career wins list.

The game against the Aggies marks the second announced contest the Trojans will play against a Southeastern Conference opponent. Little Rock will face Arkansas on Dec. 21 at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock.

Season tickets for the 2019-20 Little Rock Women’s Basketball schedule are currently on sale by contacting the Trojan Ticket Office at (501) 565-8257.

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