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Alabama St. Hornets

 Alabama State University founded in 1867 as the Lincoln Normal School of Marion in Marion. In December 1873, the State Board accepted the transfer of title to the school after a legislative act was passed authorizing the state to fund a Normal School, and George N. Card was named President. Thus, in 1874, this predecessor of Alabama State University became America's first state-supported educational institution for blacks. This began ASU’s history as a “Teacher’s College.” In 1878, the second president, William Paterson, was appointed. He is honored as a founder of Alabama State University and was the president for 37 of the first 48 years of its existence. Paterson was instrumental in the move from Marion to Montgomery in 1887. In 1887, the university opened in its new location in Montgomery, but an Alabama State Supreme Court ruling forced the school to change its name; thus, the school was renamed the Normal School for Colored Students.

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Schedules

Past 10 meetings

W 20% L 80%
2 8
  • Hornets @ Bulldogs 65-56 W
  • Golden Lions @ Hornets 61-56 L
  • Delta Devils @ Hornets 75-81 W
  • Hornets @ Tigers 63-68 L
  • Hornets @ Tigers 67-70 L
  • Hornets @ Ducks 59-98 L
  • Governors @ Hornets 80-69 L
  • Blazers @ Hornets 71-63 L
  • Hornets @ Broncos 57-100 L
  • Hornets @ Wildcats 41-86 L

Next meetings

  • @Southern(02-25-19) 60 - 57
  • @Alcorn St.(02-23-19) 69 - 74
  • Prairie View A&M(03-04-19) 96 - 69
  • Texas Southern(03-02-19) 78 - 68
  • @Mississippi Valley State(01-14-19) 81 - 79
  • @Arkansas-Pine Bluff(01-12-19) 71 - 82
  • Alabama A&M(02-16-19) 62 - 68
  • Southern(01-28-19) 65 - 69
  • Alcorn St.(01-26-19) 59 - 74
  • @Prairie View A&M(02-04-19) 67 - 69
  • @Texas Southern(03-15-19) 66 - 80
  • Jackson State(01-07-19) 57 - 59

Offense 2019-2020

Season Stats Rank
POINTS 1,076 20
FG% 0.383 7
3PFG% 0.301 46
FT% 0.647 33
RO 123 316

Defense 2019-2020

Season Stats Rank
POINTS AGAINST 1,358 110
FG% AG. 0.487 6
3PFG% AG. 0.360 49
FT% AG. 0.683 251
RD 368 335

Player Roster

Stadium

Dunn-Oliver Acadome
Montgomery, Alabama, USA.
Capacity: 9,000