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The battle for seeding continued as the mid-week came to a close in MIAA basketball.

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Nebraska-Kearney at Emporia State

WBB – #7 ESU 82, UNK 68
#7 Emporia State shot .509 from the field as they picked up a victory at home over Nebraska-Kearney. ESU also hit 21 free throws hitting .840 from the charity stripe as they moved to 15-2 in league play.

For the Lady Hornets Laura Patrick led the way scoring 17 points and pulling down seven rebounds. Kelly Moten had 14 points while Rheanna Egli and Desiree Wylie each finished with 12 points. For the Loper Shelby Zimmerman had a double-double scoring 23 points and pulling down 11 rebounds. Amarah Williams also had 23 points and Rylie Bowser dished out five assists.

MBB – ESU 92, UNK 83
Emporia State put up 52 points in the second half as they earned a victory over Nebraska-Kearney at home. ESU shot .567 from the field as they moved to 9-8 in the league this season.

For the Hornets Terrence Moore had 27 points and Paul Bunch pulled down a game high 10 rebounds. Kaleb Wright added 20 points and dished out six assists while Micah Swank finished with 11 points. For the Lopers Mike Dentlinger led the way with 20 points while Ethan Brozek finished with 17 points. Davion Pearson had 16 points and six assists while Kevin Dineen added 13 points.

Southwest Baptist at Missouri Southern
WBB – MSSU 70, SBU 56
Missouri Southern held Southwest Baptist to just 24 first half points as they earned a victory at home. MSSU racked up 22 points off of turnover as they moved to 11-5 in league play this season.

For the Lions Dominique Mosley led the way scoring 23 points and pulling down nine rebounds. Shawnee Phillips had 17 points and Nicole Hartzog and Alexis Fitzpatrick each added 10 points. For the Bearcats Brook Duncan had a team high 18 points and Jacqui Zelenka added 16 points and five boards. Dilonna Jonson had 10 points and also finished with five rebounds.

MBB – MSSU 113, SBU 83
Missouri Southern scored 59 points in the second half and reached the century mark in a victory at home over Southwest Baptist. MSSU shot .609 from the field as they moved to 12-4 in league play this season.

For the Lions Marquis Addison led the way scoring a game high 33 points while Jordan Talbert added 16 points and nine boards. Blaine Miller and Greg Renfroe had 13 points each while Austin Wright added 11 points and Cameron Cornellius finished with 10 points. For the Bearcats Desi Barmore had a team best 25 points while Mensa Stephens pulled down seven rebounds. Rashaad Brown-Peterson had 12 points and Jaywuan Hill finished with 10 points.

Lindenwood at Northwest Missouri
WBB – LWU 79, NWMSU 74 OT
Lindenwood shot .570 from the field as they picked up an overtime victory on the road at Northwest Missouri. Lindenwood put up 19 points in the extra period as they moved to 8-9 in the MIAA this season.

For the Lions Kassidy Gengenbacher led the way scoring 21 points and Jenny Rocha added 14 points. Carolne Bourlioux had a double-double scoring 15 points and pulling down a game high 12 rebounds. For the Bearcats Ariel Easton scored 21 points and pulled down a team best seven rebounds. Annie Mathews had 20 points and Ashleigh Nelson finished with 16 points.

MBB – NWMSU 70, LWU 59
Northwest Missouri held Lindenwood to just 21 points in the first half as they picked up a win at home. NWMSU shot .470 from the field as the moved to 14-2 in the MIAA this season.

For the Bearcats Conner Crooker led the way with 17 points and Dillon Starzl added 13 points. DeShaun Cooper had 11 points and Grant Cozad finished with 10 points on the night. For the Bearcats Brandon Marquardt led the way with 17 points and added five rebounds. Garrett Reeg had 1 points and Darris Smith added six assists.

Pittsburg State at Northeastern State
WBB – PSU 63, NSU 46
Pittsburg State held Northeastern State to less than 25 points per half as they picked up a win on the road. PSU got 13 points off turnover and put in 15 second chance points as they moved to 13-3 in league play.

For the Gorillas Cathy Brugman had a team high 13 points and blocked two shots. Lizzy Jeronimus and Antqunita Reed each finished with 12 points on the night as Jeronimus added five rebounds. For the RiverHawks Chelsey Beathard had 14 points and Che’Ron Lewis added seven rebounds. Carrington Fox had 11 points to go along with seven boards.

MBB – NSU 61, PSU 60
Bryton Hobbs hit a three-pointer with time expiring to give Northeastern State a victory at home over Pittsburg State. NSU scored the final six points of the game to erase a deficit and move to 8-8 in league play.

For the RiverHawks Hobbs led the way scoring 22 points and dishing out seven assists. Curtis Evans added 11 points and Marcus Sheppard pulled down 11 rebounds. For the Gorillas Jake Bullard had 14 points and Devon Brand pulled down a team best eight rebounds. Trevor Gregory had 10 points and Connor Kjer added seven rebounds.

Missouri Western at Lincoln
WBB – LU 56, MWSU 55
Lincoln outscored Missouri Western 8-2 in the final two minutes to earn a come from behind victory at home. LU’s Jennifer Rosado hit two free throws with one second remaining to move her to team to 2-15 in league play.

For the Blue Tigers Jennifer Rosado led the way with 14 points as Angela Randall added a team best seven rebounds. Quissence Price had 12 points and Jaleisha Barrett blocked two shots. For the Griffons Tiffanie Abrams led the way with a team high 18 points. Quenisha Lockett finished with 14 points and team best seven rebounds on the night.

MBB – MWSU 82, LU 65
Missouri Western put up 51 second half points as they earned a victory on the road at Lincoln. Missouri Western was 8 of 16 from behind the three-points line was they moved to 5-11 in the league this season.

For the Griffons Kalvin Balque had a double-double scoring 18 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. Cortrez Colbert finished with 19 points and Ryan Devers had 17 points. For the Blue Tigers James Edmond had a double-double scoring a game best 20 points and pulling down 13 rebounds. Mike Smith added 17 points and Joshua Buie finished with 10 points.

Fort Hays State at Washburn
WBB – WU 74, FHSU 65
Washburn held Fort Hays State to just .333 shooting for the game as they earned a victory at home. WU had a game high 23 points off of turnover as they moved to 11-6 in the league this season.

For the Ichabods Casyn Buchman led the way scoring 17 points and pulling down seven rebounds. Honor Duvall added 14 points and seven boards while Taylor Ignoto finished with 10 points. For the Tigers Kate Lehman had a double-double scoring 18 points and bringing down 12 rebounds. Jill Faxon had 15 points and Chelsea Mason finished with 13 points on the night.

MBB – WU 79, FHSU 70
Washburn shot .566 from the field as they earned a victory at home over Fort Hays State. WU was a perfect 11 of 11 from the line as they moved to 9-8 in the league this season.

For the Ichabods Alex North led the way scoring 21 points and pulling down eight rebounds. Korey Fisher had 17 points and Jeff Reid added 16 points and eight boards while Leon Flowers finished with 14 points. For the Tigers Craig Nicholson had 16 points and Jake Stoppel had a team best six rebounds. Tomislav Gabric and James Flemming each finished with 13 points on the evening.

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