The No. 2-ranked Northwest Missouri State men will have an opportunity to bounce back from a rare loss Saturday afternoon when the Bearcats travel to Newman.
No. 18-ranked Central Oklahoma secured a 76-75 overtime win over the No. 2-ranked Northwest men, snapping their 23-game road winning streak Thursday at Hamilton Field House in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Missouri Western outscored Newman by 28 between the second and third quarters, pulling away for a 70-37 win Thursday at Fugate Gymnasium in Wichita, Kansas.
ATCHISON, Kan. — Every year, the careers of college athletes across the country come to an end. Very rarely do they get one last ride.
Trevor Hudgins scored 26 points and Wes Dreamer added 18 in No. 2 Northwest's 71-63 win at Washburn. Kelsey Fields led the Bearcat women with a double-double in a 58-52 loss.
The Missouri Western men will go on pause this week and postpone two more games due to COVID-19 protocols, the team announced Monday.
Josie Weishaar scored a team-high 16 points off the bench, tying a career high, but third-quarter struggles plagued the No. 22 Griffons in a 74-61 loss to No. 2 Fort Hays State.
MARYVILLE, Mo. — The No. 2-ranked Northwest Missouri State men secured a 80-65 victory over Nebraska-Kearney, extending their win streak to 13 games Saturday at Bearcat Arena.
Missouri Western senior Corbyn Cunningham learned to take on a new role last year when she was out with an injury. Now, the lessons she learned as a kid playing against her brothers are showing as a senior.
The No. 22 Missouri Western women and Northwest Missouri State women play host to the top two teams in the MIAA in matchups with top-25 opponents on Saturday. A preview of Saturday's MIAA hoops action:
After playing without three starters and four total players Thursday, the Missouri Western men will be on pause for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19 protocols.
Connie Clarke's 23 points and nine rebounds were outdone by a methodical offense late from Nebraska-Kearney, who won a top-25 matchup 60-48 Thursday at MWSU Fieldhouse.
Returning to the hardwood for the first time in a week, the No. 2-ranked Northwest Missouri State men nabbed a 74-60 road win over Fort Hays State Wednesday at Gross Memorial Coliseum in Hays, Kansas.
After a week off due to COVID-19 issues and postponements across the MIAA, Northwest Missouri State basketball returns to the hardwood this week.
The Northwest Missouri State men remain ranked No. 2 in the nation while the Western men moved up to No. 22 in the latest polls released Tuesday.