Smith Named To Lady Jaguar Staff
ASU women's basketball adds former
Web Posted 8/12/10
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Nesha Smith has
been named to the Augusta State womenís
basketball coaching staff, according to an
announcement Thursday from Lady Jaguar head
coach Nate Teymer.
A four-year starter and team captain at
Stetson University in DeLand, Fla., Smith
scored 1,042 career points for the Hatters.
One of only three womenís players in Stetson
history with 1,000 career points and 400
career assists, Smith ranks ninth in
Atlantic Sun history in steals and 11th in
A-Sun history in assists.
Announces First Recruiting Class
Eight student-athletes to join Lady
Web Posted 6/29/10
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Augusta State head
womenís basketball coach Nate Teymer has
finalized his initial recruiting class.
Teymer (pronounced TEE-mer), who was
appointed the eighth head coach in program
history on April 1, announced his
eight-player signing class on Tuesday.
Teymer Tabbed To Lady Jaguar Post
Former Southern Polytech head coach
to lead ASU
Web Posted 4/1/10
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Nate Teymer has
been appointed the new head coach of the
Augusta State Womenís Basketball program,
according to an announcement from ASU
Director of Athletics Clint Bryant Thursday
Teymer (TEE-mer) was introduced as the
eighth head coach in the programís 36-year
history during a 2:00 p.m., press conference
in The Towers inside Washington Hall on the
main campus of Augusta State University.
The former head coach of Southern
Polytechnic State University in Marietta,
Ga., Teymer spent five seasons at the helm
of the Lady Hornetsí program.
Lady Jags Fall To No. 10 Lander
Bearcats defeat ASU on Senior Night,
Web Posted 2/27/10
AUGUSTA, Ga. - No. 10 Lander held
off Augusta State, 63-56 on Saturday in a
Peach Belt Conference matchup on Senior
Night in Christenberry Fieldhouse. The loss
also ended the Lady Jaguars 2010 season.
With the win, Lander improved to 24-2 on the
season and 17-1 in the conference, while the
loss dropped the Lady Jags to 1-26 overall
and 0-17 in the league.
Junior guard Blaire Egardo paced the Lady
Jags with a team-high 16 points, while
senior Kirsten Stallings added 13 points and
snagged seven rebounds. Senior Eboni Davis
tallied nine assists, seven rebounds and
booked six points.