NAIA DIVISION ONE
DOWN GOES NUMBER TWO – The 18th ranked LEWIS-CLARK STATE WARRIORS welcomed the number 2 team in the nation – the CARROLL (MT) COLLEGE FIGHTING SAINTS. The Warriors had the Fighting Saints worried at Halftime with their 35-26 lead, then continued suffocating them with solid defense in the 2nd Half for a 70-55 victory. Dana Abe tossed in 16 points to lead Lewis-Clark State.
AND NUMBER FOUR CAME TUMBLING AFTER – Meanwhile the WESTMONT COLLEGE WARRIORS (Should be the Guardians) took the court against their guests, the country’s number 4 VANGUARD UNIVERSITY LIONS. A 34-34 tie at the break served to put the Lions on Upset Alert, followed by the Warriors consummating the deal with a 75-70 triumph. Olisa Nwachie led Westmont College with 19 points.
OTHER UPSETS IN THE TOP TWENTY-FIVE – The MID-AMERICA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY EVANGELS toppled the visiting (12) LANGSTON UNIVERSITY LIONS by a score of 86-77 ### The FAULKNER EAGLES defeated the (13) WILLIAM CAREY CRUSADERS 91-82 ### Meanwhile the OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE STATE AGGIES knocked off the (21) JOHN BROWN UNIVERSITY GOLDEN EAGLES 85-70 in their own house ### And the MONTANA-WESTERN BULLDOGS won a tight 80-79 clash with the (22) ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BATTLIN’ BEARS.
CENTURY CLUB – Teams scoring 100 points or more in Regulation: The (1) LSU-ALEXANDRIA GENERALS dismembered their guests the UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTHWEST MUSTANGS to the tune of 119-71 ### And the MOUNT MERCY UNIVERSITY MUSTANGS put up 106 points to the 81 scored by their visiting opponents, the EVANGEL UNIVERSITY CRUSADERS.
ROAD WARRIORS – The TEXAS COLLEGE STEERS defeated the home-standing PAUL QUINN COLLEGE TIGERS by a score of 73-64 ### Meanwhile the PARK (MO) UNIVERSITY PIRATES smacked down the SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY EUTECTICS 84-59 ### And the LOYOLA (LA) UNIVERSITY WOLFPACK downed the MIDDLE GEORGIA STATE KNIGHTS by a final tally of 88-77.
NAIA DIVISION TWO
NUMBER THREE TAKES A FALL – The 17th ranked BETHEL (IN) COLLEGE PILOTS (Riverboat Pilots) played host to the number 3 team in the nation – the SPRING ARBOR UNIVERSITY COUGARS. A 38-30 Halftime lead for the Pilots set up a tense and hard-fought 2nd Half which saw Bethel College emerge with an 85-76 triumph. Trevion Crews led the Pilots with THIRTY-EIGHT points.
OTHER UPSETS IN THE TOP TWENTY-FIVE – The CORBAN UNIVERSITY WARRIORS took the court against the (10) OREGON TECH HUSTLIN’ OWLS and sent them home suffering from a 90-75 loss ### And the THOMAS UNIVERSITY NIGHT HAWKS won a 71-70 Instant Classic on the road against the (20) SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY FIRE.
CENTURY CLUB – The UNIVERSITY OF RIO GRANDE (OH) RED STORM downed the CARLOW UNIVERSITY CELTICS by a score of 101-72 ### The SAINT ANDREWS UNIVERSITY KNIGHTS defeated the POINT UNIVERSITY SKYHAWKS 106-88 ### And the MULTNOMAH UNIVERSITY LIONS won a 112-105 road game against the EASTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY MOUNTAINEERS.
A DOUBLE SHOT OF THAT OT LOVE – The UNIVERSITY OF NORTHWESTERN OHIO RACERS took it on the road against the LOURDES UNIVERSITY GRAY WOLVES in a battle of cool-named teams. The Gray Wolves held a 35-32 edge at the break but the Racers came roaring back to force Overtime with a 70-70 tie. The 1st OT ended in an 81-81 deadlock but in the 2nd OT UNOH won it 99-90. Willis Mackey, Jr led the Racers with a Double Double of THIRTY points and 18 rebounds.
WORKIN’ OVERTIME – Other OT games yesterday: The OTTAWA UNIVERSITY BRAVES won a 104-103 game for the ages at the MCPHERSON COLLEGE BULLDOGS (Should be the Mastiffs) ### Meanwhile the HOLY CROSS (IN) SAINTS defeated the SAINT FRANCIS (IL) FIGHTING SAINTS 77-76 ### And the (18) MONTREAT CAVALIERS downed their hosts the BLUEFIELD RAMBLING RAMS 78-71.
18 responses to “COLLEGE BASKETBALL RESULTS FROM FEBRUARY 9th”
I hope the Pilots go all the way!
Always good to hear from the fans.
The Evangels and the Pilots are hardcore!
You said it!
MACU all the way and then some!
Like the whole bottle and then a drop!
I luv those Evangels! Go MACU!
Always good to hear from the fans.
MACU is the best of them all!
Stop covering these stupid divisions.
Texas College is where I want to play.
I hope you get the chance to.
You put a lot of care into covering these small colleges.
Thank you for noticing.
The Evangels have such an awesome name!