NAIA Hoops Scoreboard for Wednesday, 1/11/23

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Midland

DWU 84-54

  • The Tigers moved to 5-5 in the GPAC w/ strong 2nd & 4th quarters against the Warriors in a 30-point win, 84-54. DWU out-scored Midland in those two quarters 48-16. Midland shot 44% overall & 9/16-3, but they had 27 fewer shots thanks to an extra 17 TO’s.
  • DWU – Jada Campbell 24 points; Rylee Rosenquist 22p, 8 rebounds; Morgan Edelman 11p, 7 assists
  • M – Emma Shepard 21p

 

(#21) BCU 70-66

(RV) Jamestown

  • The Chargers were out-rebounded by the Jimmies, 37-30, but they hit 44% to UJ’s 39% overall in a narrow win, 70-66.
  • BCU – Konnor Sudmann 24p; Payton Slaughter 23p; Madelyn Deitchler 14p
  • UJ – Hannah DeMars 21p, 10r; Kia Tower 18p

 

(#15) Northwestern 80-63

MMU

  • The Red Raiders trailed by a point at recess, but dominated the last two frames to win by 17 at MMU. Mount Marty was out-rebounded by 15 in the loss.
  • NW – Hali Anderson 17p; Emilee Danner 15p, 13r; Molly Schany 15p; Maddie Jones 13p, 7a, 5r
  • MMU – Kaela Martinez 24p; Eve Millar 10p

 

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Midland

DWU 74-68

  • The Warriors were a minimal 1/5 at the FT line, getting outscored by 9p there in a 74-68 loss to the Tigers. DWU held a 16-rebound advantage, but had five more TO’s in the win. THREE Tigers had double-doubles, but nobody scored off the bench.
  • DWU – Diang Gatluak 18p, 11r; Koln Oppold 17p, 10r; Kallan Herman 16p; Blaze Lubbers 13p, 10r; Jakob Dobney 10p
  • M – Dominic Humm 16p; Ryan Larsen 12p; Colton Uhing 11p; Rece Kissinger 10p

 

BCU

(#14) Jamestown 83-77

  • The Jimmies came back from a 2-point halftime deficit to defeat the Chargers, 83-77. BCU was just 2/4 at the charity stripe while hitting 11/24-3 & 54% overall. UJ was a very impressive 23/24 at the FT line & hit 10/22-3 while going +12 in rebounding.
  • UJ – Will Cordes 28p; Mason Walters 20p; Marc Kjos 14p; Reid Gastner 10p, 9r
  • BCU – Jaden Kleinhesselink 30p, 8r; Conner Groves 15p

 

(RV) Northwestern 76-73

MMU

  • MMU nearly fought back from a 14-point halftime deficit, but they couldn’t quite finish on the right side of the docket in a 76-73 home loss to the Red Raiders. MMU missed out on opportunities at the FT line, going just 9/17 there.
  • NW – Dillon Carlson 22p; Craig Sterk 19p, 12r; Grant DeMeulenaere 14p, 8r
  • MMU – Tash Lunday 19p, 8r, 7a; Cole Bowen 16p, 8r; Lincoln Jordre 12p; Kade Stearns 10p; Josh Arlt 10p