SWOC Spotlight: Little Miami Panthers


The SWOC Spotlight is highlighting first year Head Coach Felisha Hartmann and the Lady Panthers basketball team.  Coach Hartmann took over a SWOC Championship program, which lost the 2019 SWOC Player of the Year and other starters to graduation.  According to Little Miami Athletic Director Keith Pantling, "While many thought a drop-off was inevitable, the Panthers are 8-0 and atop the SWOC standings once again."  The Lady Panthers are currently 12-5 overall (8-0 in the SWOC).  Statistically, the Lady Panthers lead the SWOC in points per game (56.1); field goal percentage (39.1%); and three point shooting (36.1%).  Coach Hartmann's team is also second in the conference in points allowed per game (34.8).  The Lady Panthers will host Talawanda and Ross, while traveling to Harrison and Edgewood in their last four SWOC games.  Little Miami is looking to secure their fourth SWOC title over the past five years.