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October 3, 2017 Women's Basketball Roy Mabrey Named ASA Miami Women's Basketball Coach
Sharday Culpepper, Juanita Williams and Crystal Sharp sign with ASA College.
May 23, 2016 Women's Basketball Lady Storm Basketball Signs Three Local Stars
Contact Coach Medina coachmedina@asa.edu or 954-599-9284 for more information about becoming part of the women's basketball program.
August 20, 2015 Women's Basketball Coach Medina Calling On All Women's Basketball Players!
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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, Nov 28 2017
Sport Teams Time/Status
Tuesday, Nov 28 2017
Women's Basketball 6:00 PM
at St. Petersburg College
St. Petersburg, FL

Friday, Dec 1 2017
Sport Teams Time/Status
Friday, Dec 1 2017
Women's Basketball 3:00 PM
vs. Hillsborough Community College
@ Florida JUCO Shootout at Daytona State College
Daytona Beach, FL

Saturday, Dec 2 2017
Sport Teams Time/Status
Saturday, Dec 2 2017
Women's Basketball 2:00 PM
vs. Tallahassee Community College
@ Florida JUCO Shootout at Daytona State College
Daytona Beach, FL

Friday, Dec 8 2017
Sport Teams Time/Status
Friday, Dec 8 2017
Women's Basketball 6:00 PM
at Florida State College at Jacksonville
Jacksonville, FL

Friday, Dec 15 2017
Sport Teams Time/Status
Friday, Dec 15 2017
Women's Basketball 5:30 PM
at Eastern Florida State College
Melbourne, FL

Recent Results

Saturday, Nov 11 2017
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Saturday, Nov 11 2017 Final
Women's Basketball
She Hoops Elite
L, 104-59
Miami Shores, FL (Barry University)

Thursday, Nov 9 2017
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Thursday, Nov 9 2017 Final
Women's Basketball
at IMG
L, 75-39
Bradenton, FL

Saturday, Nov 4 2017
Sport Teams Time/Status
Saturday, Nov 4 2017 Final
Women's Basketball
vs. Trinity College
L, 86-56
@ Temple Terrace, FL
Temple Terrace, FL

Friday, Nov 3 2017
Sport Teams Time/Status
Friday, Nov 3 2017 Final
Women's Basketball
at Florida College
L, 61-26
Temple Terrace, FL
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Standings
School Conf Overall
Pasco-Hernando State College 0-0 0-0
ASA College (Miami) 0-0 0-0
School Conf Overall
Indian River State College 0-0 7-0
Miami Dade College 0-0 4-2
Palm Beach State College 0-0 3-2
Broward College 0-0 4-3
ASA College (Miami) 0-0 1-4
School Conf Overall
Daytona State College 5-1 14-3
Eastern Florida State College 5-1 12-3
ASA College (Miami) 1-5 4-7
Broward College 1-5 2-8
School Conf Overall
Miami Dade College 0-0 3-4
Indian River State College 0-0 2-1
Broward College 0-0 1-2
Palm Beach State College 0-0 2-2
ASA College (Miami) 0-0 0-4
School Conf Overall
Daytona State College 7-1 12-2
Eastern Florida State College 6-2 13-3
Broward College 3-3 6-4-1
Polk State College 2-7 5-7-1
ASA College (Miami) 0-5 0-5
School Conf Overall
State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota 0-0 0-0
Eastern Florida State College 0-0 0-0
Broward College 0-0 0-0
ASA College (Miami) 0-0 0-0
Hillsborough Community College 0-0 0-0
St. Petersburg College 0-0 0-0
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW

Eddy Piniero | Soccer/FB Pineiro signed with the University of Florida and began his career there in the spring of 2016. Pineiro finished the 2016 season with the Gators going 21/32 and his longest made field goal of the season was 54 yards.
Juan Teixeira | Baseball Teixeira will enroll at Florida International University during the fall semester in 2017 with three years of eligibility remaining as a sophomore.
Mauricio Rodriguez | Soccer Rodriguez graduated from ASA with his associate’s degree in Business Administration and earned a scholarship to play at Middle Georgia State University. He will enroll there during the 2017 fall semester.
LeDarius Mack | Football After graduating from ASA with a degree in Business Administration, Mack earned a scholarship from the University at Buffalo.
Macarena Olivares | Tennis Olivares signed with Texas A&M University in the spring of 2016 and finished the 2017 season with an overall singles record of 23-13 for the Aggies.
Shamar Hamilton | Football Hamilton enrolled at the University of Colorado in the Spring of 2017. The future Buffalo ranks second all-time in ASA Miami history with 10 career sacks.

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Eddy Piniero | Soccer/FB Pineiro signed with the University of Florida and began his career there in the spring of 2016. Pineiro finished the 2016 season with the Gators going 21/32 and his longest made field goal of the season was 54 yards.
Juan Teixeira | Baseball Teixeira will enroll at Florida International University during the fall semester in 2017 with three years of eligibility remaining as a sophomore.
Mauricio Rodriguez | Soccer Rodriguez graduated from ASA with his associate’s degree in Business Administration and earned a scholarship to play at Middle Georgia State University. He will enroll there during the 2017 fall semester.
LeDarius Mack | Football After graduating from ASA with a degree in Business Administration, Mack earned a scholarship from the University at Buffalo.
Macarena Olivares | Tennis Olivares signed with Texas A&M University in the spring of 2016 and finished the 2017 season with an overall singles record of 23-13 for the Aggies.
Shamar Hamilton | Football Hamilton enrolled at the University of Colorado in the Spring of 2017. The future Buffalo ranks second all-time in ASA Miami history with 10 career sacks.
November 16, 2017 Men's Basketball Game Changers Academy vs. ASA Miami
November 9, 2017 Women's Basketball ASA Miami vs. IMG
October 19, 2017 Men's Soccer Eastern Florida vs. ASA Miami
October 12, 2017 Women's Soccer Daytona State vs. ASA Miami
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