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Wild night in the books in MIAA basketball

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Their was an upset oneach side a wild night came to close in MIAA basketball.

Emporia State at Northeastern State
WBB – NSU 59, #2 ESU 44
Northeastern State pulled off their second straight upset as they knocked off#2 Emporia State at home. NSU held ESU to just .246 shooting as they moved to6-4 in the MIAA this season.

For the RiverHawks Fontana Tate led the way with 23 points and pulled down ninerebounds. Che'Ron Lewis had 12 points and dished five assists on the night. Forthe Lady Hornets Desiree Wylie was the leading scorer with nine points andLaura Patrick added eight points. On the glass Amber Vandiver had a game high10 rebounds.

MBB – ESU 72, NSU 67
Emporia State picked up their fourth straight win as they picked up the comefrom behind victory at Northeastern State. ESU erased an 11 points halftimedeficit as they moved to 6-3 in the MIAA this season.

The Hornets were led by Terrence Moore who had 17 points and Kaleb Wright whoadded 16 points. Paul Bunch finished the game with 11 points and a game higheight rebounds. For the RiverHawks Bryton Hobbs had a game high 21 points andMarcus Sheppard had seven rebounds. Curtis Evans had 12 points and sevenrebounds while Dalen Qualls had 11 points and Michael Harmon added 10 points.

Central Missouri at Lincoln
WBB – #8 UCM 71, LU 70
#8 Central Missouri erased a five-point halftime deficit as they picked up avictory on the road at Lincoln. UCM scored 24 points off of turnover and added12 second chance points as they moved to 9-1 in league play.

For the Jennies Keuna Flax led the way with 35 points and eight rebounds andBreAnna Lewis added 16 points. Revonnia Howard had a double-double on the nightwith 13 points and 12 rebounds. For the Blue Tigers Jennifer Rosado led the waywith 24 points and eight rebounds. Angela Randall had 18 points and sevenboards and Hunter Yoakum added 11 points.

MBB – UCM 89, LU 61
Central Missouri shot .604 from the field as they picked up a win over Lincolnon the road. UCM pulled down 35 rebounds while holding LU to just 18 as theymoved to 7-3 in league play.

For the Mules Charles Hammork led the way with 15 points and eight rebounds andJordan Epps added 14 points. Dillon Deck had 13 points and TJ White had 10rebounds on the evening. For the Blue Tigers Joshua Buie had 14 points, fourrebounds and three assists. Mike Smith added 13 points and five rebounds whileMario Bass had seven assists.

Missouri Southern at Northwest Missouri
WBB – MSSU 80, NWMSU 74
Missouri Southern scored 51 second half points as they picked up a victory onthe road at Northwest Missouri. MSSU scored 23 points off of turnovers theymoved to 7-2 in the MIAA this season.

For the Lions Sharese Jones had 20 points and pulled down six rebounds.Dominique Mosley scored 17 points and added seven rebounds while Shonte Clayhad 19 points and six boards. For the Bearcats Ariel Easton led the way with 24points on the night. Ashleigh Nelson had 16 points and Annie Mathews pulleddown a team best six rebounds.

MBB – NWMSU 79, #22 MSSU 78
A jumped by DeShaun Cooper with three seconds to play gave Northwest Missouri acome from behind win at home over #22 Missouri Southern. NWMSU got 18 pointsoff of turnovers as they moved to 9-1 in the league this season.

For the Bearcats Cooper led the way with 32 points and Dillon Starzl had 17points and six rebounds. Bryton Williams finished with 11 points on theevening. For the Lions Lane Barlow led the way with 17 points and Greg Renfroehad a team best nine rebounds. Marquis Addison had 16 points and Jordan Talberthad 14 points and eight rebounds.

Nebraska-Kearney at Pittsburg State
WBB – PSU 83, UNK 73 OT
 
Pittsburg State scored 17 points in overtime period as they picked up a winover Nebraska-Kearney at home. PSU got 24 points from their bench as they movedto 5-3 on the year in league play.

For the Gorillas Lizzy Jeronimus had 31 points and pulled down seven rebounds.Cathy Brugman had 17 points and eight boards while Brigit Hesser added 10points and Alex Muff pulled down nine boards. For the Lopers Sarah Hix led theway with 28 points and Shelby Zimmerman added 15 points. Amarah Williams had 11points and pulled down a team best nine rebounds.

MBB – UNK 82, PSU 80
Nebraska-Kearney held off a late charge by Pittsburg State to pick up a victoryon the road. UNK shot .545 from the field as they moved to 3-7 in MIAA playthis season.

For the Lopers Ethan Brozek led the way with a double-double scoring 22 pointsand pulling down 10 rebounds. Connor Beranek had 21 points and Mike Dentlingerfinished with 19 points. For the Gorillas Devon Branch had 20 points and ConnorKjer had a team best five rebounds. Jake Bullard added 16 points and Sam Pughfinished with 13 points in the game.

Southwest Baptist at Lindenwood
WBB – LWU 71, SBU 66
Lindenwood scored 26 points off of turnovers as they picked up a victory overSouthwest Baptist at home. LWU also got 18 points from their bench as they movedto 4-5 in league play.

For the Lions Jenny Rocha led the way with 18 points and Kessidy Gengenbacherhad 17 points. Morgan Johnson had 13 points and Marissa Lehnig had 10 pointsand pulled down six boards. For the Bearcats Jacqui Zelenka had a team best 19points and pulled down eight rebounds. Dilona Johnson had 12 points and BrookDuncan added 11 points on the night.

MBB – SBU 71, LWU 69
Rashaad Brown-Peterson hit a three-pointer with four second to play asSouthwest Baptist won on the road at Lindenwood. SBU got 23 points from theirbench as they moved to 2-7 in league play.

For the Bearcats Desi Barmore had 22 points and pulled down a team best ninerebounds. Brown-Peterson finished with 14 points while Jaywuan Hill added 10points and Menas Stephens pulled down eight boards. For the Lions Michael Booshad 20 points and Garrett Reeg had a game high ten rebounds. Darris Smith added15 points and Tyler Ressel had 13 points on the night.

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