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College Basketball Results Saturday

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MEN

AP TOP 25

No. 1 Duke 84, Maryland 64

No. 3 Kansas 67, Oklahoma 54

Villanova 75, No. 3 Syracuse 71, OT

Georgetown 53, No. 5 Louisville 51

No. 6 Arizona 74, Southern Cal 50

No. 8 Florida 82, Mississippi State 47

No. 9 Butler 83, Temple 71

No. 10 Gonzaga 66, San Francisco 52

Iowa St. 73, No. 11 Kansas State 67

Wisconsin 45, No. 12 Minnesota 44

No. 14 Ohio State 65, Penn State 51

San Diego St. 55, No. 15 New Mexico 34

No. 16 Oregon 81, Washington 76

No. 18 N.C. State 91, N. Carolina 83

La Salle 69, No. 19 VCU 61

No. 20 Wichita State 73, Bradley 39

No. 22 Missouri 81, Vanderbilt 59

No. 23 Mississippi 63, Auburn 61

No. 24 Notre Dame 73, S. Florida 65

BIG TEN

Nebraska 64, Northwestern 49

Ohio state 65, Penn State 51

Wisconsin 45, Minnesota 44

MISSOURI VALLEY

Illinois State 67, Evansville 62

Indiana State 59, UNI 58

Wichita State 73, Bradley 39

SUMMIT LEAGUE

IPFW 80, IUPUI 79, OT

South Dakota St. 69, NDSU 53

Oakland 67, Western Illinois 60

UNO 67, UMKC 59

MIDLANDS

Brown Mackie 111, Southeast CC 82: Delquan Thomas had 25 points, but Southeast turned the ball over 28 times.

North platte 88, Lamar 67: The Knights (13-9) had five players reach double figures in the scoring column.

Also:

Bellevue 70, Waldorf 55

Buena Vista 85, Central 80

Central Methodist 73, Peru St. 62

Cen. Missouri 60, NW Mo. State 50

Concordia-St. Paul 74, Wayne St. 65

Concordia-Wisc. 64, Concordia-Neb. 62

Dordt 77, Briar Cliff 58

Iowa St. 73, Kansas State 67

Iowa Western 83, Northeast 67

Neb. Wesleyan 57, Mount Marty 38

Northwestern 90, Hastings 78

WOMEN

AP TOP 25

No. 1. Baylor 82, No. 20 Oklahoma 65

No. 2 Notre Dame 89, Providence 44

No. 3 UConn 67, Cincinnati 39

No. 12 Oklahoma St. 65, Kansas 52

No. 24 Iowa St. 53, West Virginia 49

SUMMIT LEAGUE

IPFW 57, Oakland 55

South Dakota 76, IUPUI 56

SDSU 74, UNO 64

UMKC 51, Western Illinois 50

MIDLANDS

Brown Mackie 79, Southeast CC 78: Hannah Tatum earned a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds for Southeast.

Doane JV 57, North Platte 52: Courtney Widick led the Lady Knights (12-8) with 14 points as Lacey Houston and Paige hasty each added 11.

Also:

Briar Cliff 88, Dordt 67

Buena Vista 63, Central 57

Central Missouri 60, NW MO St. 52

College of St. Mary 87, Waldorf 48

Concordia-Mich. 73, Concordia-Neb. 69

Dakota Wesleyan 88, Doane 67

Hastings 76, Northwestern 63

Morningside 68, Midland 65

Mount Marty 79, Neb. Wesleyan 54

Northeast 76, Iowa Western 65

Peru St. 69, Central Methodist 63, OT

Southwest Baptist 91, UNK 62

College Summaries Saturday

MEN

BIG TEN

OHIO ST. 65, PENN ST. 51

Ohio State (15-4)............................29 36—65

At Penn State (8-12)............................18 33—51

OSU: Thomas 4-13 2-2 11, Thompson 6-7 2-2 16, Williams 0-1 3-6 3, Craft 3-9 1-1 7, Smith, Jr. 2-4 7-8 11, Scott 2-4 0-0 4, Ross 1-5 2-2 5, Ravenel 2-4 2-2 6, Della Valle 0-0 0-0 0, McDonald 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 21-48 19-23 65.

PSU: Borovnjak 4-8 1-2 9, Travis 0-3 0-0 0, Newbill 5-9 5-8 15, Marshall 4-11 6-9 16, Colella 1-2 1-3 4, Jack 1-2 0-0 2, Taylor 1-8 0-0 3, Montminy 0-1 0-0 0, Graham 0-1 0-0 0, Ackerman 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 17-47 13-22 51.

Rebounds: OSU 39 (Smith, Jr. 8), PSU 25 (Graham 6). Assists: OSU 10 (Craft 5), PSU 11 (Newbill 6).

WISCONSIN 45, MINNESOTA 44

Minnesota (15-5)............................24 20—44

At Wisconsin (14-6)............................24 21—45

M: Mbakwe 3-6 2-4 8, Williams 0-6 2-4 2, An. Hollins 7-13 3-3 20, Coleman 1-6 0-0 2, Au. Hollins 1-10 0-0 2, Welch 0-0 0-0 0, Ahanmisi 2-2 0-0 6, Walker 0-0 0-0 0, Ingram 0-1 0-1 0, Eliason 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 16-46 7-12 44.

W: Evans 4-10 2-4 10, Bruesewitz 0-3 0-0 0, Berggren 1-7 0-0 2, Brust 2-5 0-0 6, Jackson 4-7 0-0 9, Marshall 3-7 0-0 8, Dekker 3-7 2-3 10, Showalter 0-0 0-0 0, Bohannon 0-0 0-1 0. Totals 17-46 4-8 45.

Rebounds: M 29 (Mbakwe 10), W 35 (Evans 8). Assists: M 6 (Au. Hollins 4), W 8 (Brust, Evans 3).

MISSOURI VALLEY

ILLINOIS ST. 67, EVANSVILLE 62

Evansville (12-9)............................22 40—62

At Illinois State (12-9)............................31 36—67

E: Ryan 6-15 5-6 17, Mockevicius 0-1 0-0 0, Jones 2-9 0-0 5, Taylor 2-4 0-0 4, Cox 5-10 6-6 18, Sawvell 0-0 0-1 0, Moore 2-5 0-0 4, Wing 0-1 0-0 0, Balentine 6-11 0-0 14. Totals 23-56 11-13 62.

IS: Wilkins 1-3 0-0 3, Carmichael 8-10 8-12 24, Keane 2-6 0-0 5, Brown 5-13 12-17 23, Hill 1-5 1-2 3, B. Allen 1-5 0-0 2, Cousin 1-1 0-0 2, Zeisloft 2-4 0-0 5, Ekey 0-5 0-0 0. Totals 21-52 21-31 67.

Rebounds: E 34 (Taylor 7), IS 36 (Carmichael 14). Assists: E 14 (Taylor 6), IS 8 (Brown, Keane 2).

INDIANA ST. 59, N. IOWA 58

Northern Iowa (11-10)............................27 31—58

At Indiana State (13-7)............................23 36—59

UNI: Mitchell 3-5 2-2 10, Tuttle 4-8 4-5 12, Koch 4-9 1-3 13, Sonnen 2-5 0-0 5, James 5-11 4-4 15, Rank 0-2 0-0 0, Bohannon 1-3 0-0 3, Buss 0-0 0-0 0, Martino 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 19-44 11-14 58.

IS: Arop 4-8 0-0 10, Gant 3-6 0-0 6, Brown 2-4 0-0 4, Odum 5-9 6-7 16, Mahurin 4-9 4-4 14, Kitchell 2-3 0-0 4, Eitel 0-1 0-0 0, Cummings 1-3 0-0 3, K. Smith 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 22-47 10-11 59.

Rebounds: UNI 24 (Tuttle 5), IS 27 (Odum 7). Assists: UNI 12 (Mitchell 4), IS 14 (Odum 5).

WICHITA ST. 73, BRADLEY 39

Bradley (12-9)............................23 16—39

At Wichita State (19-2)............................32 41–73

B: Eastman 1-5 0-0 3, Pickett 3-4 0-0 7, Lemon Jr. 4-11 4-5 14, Simms-Edwards 1-7 0-0 2, Prosser 1-4 0-0 2, Bell 1-4 0-0 2, Crawford 1-6 0-0 2, Alwan 0-0 0-0 0, Harris 0-0 0-0 0, Shayok 3-5 0-0 6, Wells 0-1 1-2 1. Totals 15-47 5-7 39.

WS: Armstead 4-9 0-0 10, Williams 1-4 2-2 4, Early 3-7 3-4 10, Orukpe 2-4 1-2 5, Cotton 2-5 2-4 6, Lufile 1-1 0-0 2, Wiggins 4-6 1-2 12, Hall 3-6 1-2 7, Van Vleet 3-5 0-0 6, White 3-4 5-9 11. Totals 26-51 15-25 73.

Rebounds: B 21 (Prosser 6), WS 44 (White 9). Assists: B 9 (Eastman 3), WS 16 (Armstead 8).

MIDLANDS

Bellevue 70, Waldorf 55

Waldorf (9-12)............................28 27—55

At Bellevue (15-8)............................35 35—70

WC: Barrett-Burrell 15, Brewer 12, DeJohnett 11, Gibson 7, Carpenter 5, Nelson 3, Graham 2.

BU: Zamudio 20, Tarver 16, Robinson 13, Goodwin 10, Grant 6, Bernardo 3, Dotson 2.

Buena Vista 85, Central 80

Central (9-9)............................30 50—80

At Buena Vista (14-5)............................48 37—85

C: Stubbs 26, Kaerwer 12, Winkler 19, Marinkovich 2, Greenfield 10, Sapon-Amoah 6, Cool 5.

BV: Kaufmann 8, Ticknor 9, Darrow 6, Nordquist 15, Heitkamp 7, Pleiss 15, Savage 12, Sibenaller 11, Hooks 2.

Highlights: Wes Nordquist recorded a double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds for Buena Vista.

Central Methodist 73, Peru St. 62

Central Methodist (13-10)............................35 38—73

At Peru State (36 26—62

CM: Kitch 4, Tillman `2, Barner 5, Mason 9, Banks Jr. 6, Anderson 13, Davis 2, Black 21.

PS: Williams 15, Kirkpatrick 6, Knudsen 5, Jones 10, Bohy 5, Wells 6, Schaben 2, Oppits 13.

Highlights: Nate Bohy led Peru State in rebounding with nine and assists with four.

Cen. Missouri 60, NW Mo. State 50

NWMS (13-5)............................25 25—50

At Central Missouri (14-3)............................24 36—60

NWMS: Starzl 5, Schlake 6, Funk 6, Hailey 10, Sullivan 5, Harris 2, Wallace 6, Cozad 10.

CM: Webb 12, Long 13, Magdziarz 5, Beckwith 2, Washington 11, Dean 4, Hammork 9, Bush 4.

Highlights: Northwest Missouri State was outscored 36-25 in the second half after leading by a point heading into the break.

Con.-St. Paul 74, Wayne St. 65

Wayne State (12-8)............................27 38—65

At Con.-St. Paul (4-14)............................35 39—74

WS: Williams 20, Holdsworth 5, Shelby , Bauschek 15, Wright 14, Aluong 5, Worthington 1, Rolfzen 3.

CSP: Smith 5, Thomas 23, Mandli 9, Olstad 7, VanPelt 20, Lewis 5, Mabbutt 5.

Highlights: Derrell Williams led led Wayne State with 20 points and seven rebounds.

Con.-Wisc. 64, Concordia-Neb. 62

Con.-Wisc. (13-7)............................24 40—64

At Con.-Neb. (6-16)............................31 31—62

CW: Donaldson 5, Bowers 5, Pace 13, Jackson 14, Zielinski 6, Brodie 5, Scholz 5, Camara 2, Kegley 9.

CN: Smith 9, Houchin 16, Vogt 12, Haywood 14, Dunbar 2, Werning 2, Wegener 7.

Highlights: After gaining a sevent point lead and shooting 48 percent in the opening half, Nebraska Concordia had the tables turned on them in the second half, shooting just 37 percent compared to Wisconsin-Concordia’s 54 percent.

DAKOTA WESLEYAN 87, DOANE 83

Dakota Wes. (12-12)............................31 56—87

At Doane (21-4)............................30 53—83

DW: M. Lee 24, Bamberg 5, Stephenson 15, Voss 23, Pennington 9, Maman 9, S. Lee 2.

DOA: Smith 18, Scholl 12, Reed 11, Samuels 31, Beranek 8, Benson 3.

Highlights: Jalen Voss totaled 23 points and 15 rebounds for Dakota Wesleyan.

Dordt 77, Briar Cliff 58

Dordt (19-5)............................42 35—77

At Briar Cliff (16-8)............................31 27—58

D: Warner 14, Katje 17, Wolterstorff 10, Lindbergh 8, Vogel 16, Keizer 2, Den Herder 4, Sievers 6.

BC: Murren 12, Shipley 7, Fahey 4, Collison 8, Torres 4, Harreld 8, Wietfeld 4, Otting 9, Homan 2.

Highlights: Jordan Vogel totaled 16 points, six rebounds and three blocks for Dordt.

Hastings 76, Northwestern 63

Northwestern............................30 33—63

At Hastings (12-12)............................31 45—76

NW: De Jong 16, Kleinsasser 15, Hutson 7, Dunkelberger 14, Small 4, Breon 2, Cunard 5.

H: Zwiener 22, Bruckman 9, Morten 8, Wong 16, Uhrig 15, Schomp 5, Williamson 1.

Highlights: Laurel Zwiener earned a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds for Hastings.

IOWA ST. 73, KANSAS ST. 67

Kansas State (15-4)............................27 40—67

At Iowa State (14-5)............................26 47—73

KSU: Southwell 5-11 0-0 11, Rodriguez 3-9 3-3 9, McGruder 6-11 0-3 13, Gipson 2-3 0-0 4, Spradling 5-8 1-1 15, Irving 2-4 0-0 5, Williams 2-3 0-1 4, Lawrence 0-1 0-0 0, Henriquez 1-3 0-0 2, Johnson 2-2 0-1 4. Totals 28-55 4-9 67.

ISU: Babb 3-8 0-2 7, Ejim 2-6 1-3 6, Lucious 3-4 2-2 10, Clyburn 8-16 6-9 24, Niang 6-11 1-6 15, Palo 0-0 0-0 0, Gibson 0-3 0-0 0, McGee 4-6 0-0 11. Totals 26-54 10-22 73.

Rebounds: KSU 28 (McGruder 7), ISU 35 (Clyburn, Ejim 10). Assists: KSU 18 (Rodriguez 6), ISU 15 (Lucious 8).

Iowa Western 83, Northeast 67

Iowa Western (22-1)............................42 41—83

At Northeast (14-9)............................29 38—67

IW: Brooks 26, Pomlee 26, Walker 12, Coleman 7, Haughton 5, Bowie 3, Schmid 2, Hudson 2.

NE: McGary 2, Scott 7, Bluford 15, Kilgore 12, Alston 13, Heppner 10, Washington 4, Mitchell 4.

MIDLAND 71, MORNINGSIDE 66

Morningside (11-14)............................32 34—66

At Midland (15-8)............................26 45—71

MOR: Nikkel 15, Rudeen 13, Ta. Miller 21, Tr. Miller 5, Ferguson 3, Kolbush 3, O’Neill 1, Johnson 3, Dau 2.

MID: Vaughn 12, Williams 6, Imig 14, Parrott 19, Gullie 17, Langford 1, Hueser 2.

Highlights: Brandon Williams grabbed 13 boards for Midland.

Neb. Wesleyan 57, Mt. Marty 38

Mount Marty (7-16)............................19 19—38

At Neb. Wesleyan (9-11)............................32 25—57

MM: Odekirk 2, Harms 11, Smith 4, Hieb 4, Payer 2, Richardson 9, Larsen 2, irvine 4.

NW: Johnson 2, Schweitzer 4, Bradley 15, Thompson 5, Jackson 20, Bardsley 3, Scheitel 8.

Highlights: Eric Jackson drained five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 20 points for Nebraska Wesleyan.

Northwestern 90, Hastings 78

Northwestern............................33 57—90

At Hastings (17-7)............................39 39—78

NW: Ettleman 4, Goslinga 8, VanderPlaats 9, Miller 14, Leeper 5, Gill 16, Habtemariam 15, Van Kalsbeek 19.

H: Wells 9, Flinn 15, Blum 7, Lollman 12, Bacon 11, Hamburger 10, Thayer 5, Marvin 5, Lenagh 4.

Highlights: Ben Miller had 14 points, 12 rebounds and five assists for Northwestern.

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST 89, UNK 88

UNK (5-13)............................44 44—88

At SW Baptist (6-11)............................42 47—89

UNK: Shields 22, Dentlinger 9, Shipley 7, Newton 17, Henderson 15, Sankey 10, Glidden 8.

SWB: Troutman 6, Hill 18, Guiot 23, Gyamfi 17, Brown-Peterson 11, Hooks 6, Odige 7, Loving 1.

Highlights: Tyler Shields, Pierre Newton, Jon Henderson and Drew Sankey each scored in double digits for UNK.

WOMEN

Briar Cliff 88, Dordt 67

Dordt (13-12)............................31 36—67

At Briar Cliff (19-5)............................32 56—88

D: Broekhuis 16, Schelhaas 4, Van Dyke 18, Spronk 10, Boone 9, Neuman 2, Jelsema 8.

BC: Evans 17, Cihak 1, Murren 7, Gordon 6, Reeves 4, Masters 10, Haber 4, Cooper 20, Sanger 19.

Highlights: Regan Cooper hit 10 of 12 free-throw attempts and totaled 20 points with nine rebounds for Briar Cliff.

Cen. Missouri 60, NW MO St. 52

NWMS (10-7)............................28 24—52

At Central Missouri (15-2)............................26 34—60

NWMS: Mathews 10, Marnin 14, Nelson 3, Stevens 6, Schechinger 6, Scott 5, Thayer 8.

CM: Flax 14, Caddell 11, Lewis 23, Redmond 5, Orton 3, Embray 4.

Highlights: Annie Mathews had 13 rebounds to tag along with 10 points, but Northwest Missouri State turned the ball over 22 times.

Buena Vista 63, Central 57

Central (9-10)............................14 43—57

At Buena Vista (8-11)............................26 37—63

C: Richardson 4, Evans 10, Schwartz 16, Strasko 14, Pierce 4, Sunderman 2, Sarcone 4, Vander Molen 3.

BV: Wehle 14, Fisher 12, Kies 10, Lehner 4, Hansman 3, Pennington 8, Flynn 2, Gilley 10.

Highlights: Buena Vista held Central to just 14 points on 17 percent shooting in the first half.

Coll. of St. Mary 87, Waldorf 48

Waldorf (15-8)............................25 23—48

At Coll. of St. Mary (17-6)............................46 41—87

W: Tavassoli 8, Chiaro 2, Markwardt 11, Hageman 8, Demmings 11, Lillo 5, Robinson 2, Christianson 1.

CSM: Tarpinian 5, Zach 14, Zaruba 17, Anzalone 9, Bixler 15, Sabatka 3, Cross 8, Elworth 9, Woodring 7.

Con.-Mich. 73, Con.-Neb. 69

Concordia-Mich.............................37 36—73

At Concordia-Neb.............................39 30—69

CM: Sabol 17, Hengesbach 22, Rodriguez 13, Cieslak 16, Gordon 3, Stone 3.

CN: Lehmann 9, Peitz 6, Conahan 17, Rich 18, Morris 10, Hizer 3, Kuntz 6.

Highlights: Katie Rich had 18 pints and six offensive rebounds for Nebraska Concordia.

CON.-ST. PAUL 57, WAYNE STATE 38

Wayne State (11-7)............................17 21—38

At Con.-St. Paul (13-5)............................20 37—57

WS: Hansen 11, Spencer 6, Lehmann 4, Yossi 5, Roller 2, Powell 2, VanDerSloot 2, Hoskins 6.

CSP: Nicks 4, Whiting 15, Haynes 2, Hansen 12, Wolyniec 8, Poke 10, Quiram 2, Barton 4.

Highlights: Ellen Hansen scored 11 points for Wayne State.

DAKOTA WESLEYAN 88, DOANE 67

Dakota Wesleyan (17-7)............................44 44—88

At Doane (5-18)............................32 35—67

DW: Lamb 4, Hart 27, Hill 17, Ki. Johnson 22, Ka. Johnson 13, Piper 3, Erickson 2.

DOA: Bittinger 13, Bellar 9, Dostal 8, Lohmeier 1, Davis 2, Kennedy 9, DeVries 7, Broman 16, Willicott 2.

Highlights: Amanda Hart led Dakota Wesleyan with 27 points and Kim Johnson added 22.

MORNINGSIDE 68, MIDLAND 65

Morningside (20-4)............................34 34—68

At Midland (9-15)............................27 38—65

MOR: Muhl 8, Blum 12, Trask 14, Beaudette 2, Osten 8, McManaman 9, Tietz 6, Wollenburg 2, Lehmann 2, Anderson 5.

MID: Thramer 7, Shepard 9, Johnson 5, Andersen 17, Page 3, Hislop 9, Rupprecht 4, Moon 8, Stephan 3.

Highlights: Chelsie Trask scored 14 points for Morningside and Hanna Blum had 12.

Mt. Marty 79, Neb. Wesleyan 54

Mount Marty (15-8)............................38 41—79

At Neb. Wesleyan (3-17)............................17 37—54

MM: De Kam 8, Little 9, Winne 14, Forsch 11, DesLauriers 6, Norrid 15, Hegge 9, Sutera 7.

NW: Shanahan 12, Leines 6, Baal 5, TeKolste 18, Cook 2, Walker 6, Ziegenbein 2, Sanchez 3.

Highlights: Mallory Shanahan had 14 rebounds and 12 points, but Nebraska Wesleyan was held to just 33 percent shooting.

Northeast 76, Iowa Western 65

Iowa Western (19-3)............................36 29—65

At Northeast (20-2)............................37 39—76

IW: Winningham 8, Beckwith 3, Smith 11, Goe 8, McCann 4, Scott 16, Karlsone 2, Prather 6, Harding 3, Lebedeva 4.

NE: Johnson 2, Murray 15, Murphy 13, Spencer 17, Vuletic 7, Gamble 4, Knowles 4, Klostergaard 11, Pieper 3.

Peru St. 69, Cen. Methodist 63, OT

Cen. Methodist (18-4)............................24 31 8—63

At Peru State (11-12)............................28 27 14—69

CM: Sutton 7, Williams 6, Joseph 15, Poteete 13, Robinson 2, Nuss 5, Patton 2, Gathercole 5, Cornelison 2, Paulsell 6.

PS: Lockwood 9, Stuart 9, Smith 5, Osuala 15, Tate 5, Ward 12, Moss 14.

Highlights: Ayana Smith and Courtner Ward totaled nine rebounds each for Peru State.

Southwest Baptist 91, UNK 62

UNK (5-12)............................28 34—62

At SW Baptist (8-9)............................50 41—91

UNK: Norman 8, Arp 18, Jones 1, Lewis 3, Hix 2, Seberger 9, Ohamara 5, Williams 16.

SWB: Zelenka 7, Prince 16, Spani 12, Pitts 6, Dukes 18, Lansdown 12, Gerlach 2, Duncan 15, Lucy 3.

Highlights: UNK allowed Southwest Baptist to shoot over 58 percent (14-24) from beyond the arc.

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