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February 20, 2013

BLOG: Inside the MIAA (week of Feb. 20)

With two weeks left in the regular season, here's where things stand in the Mid-America Intercollegeiate Athletics Association.

(Editor's note: We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with the blog on our website. Blog posts will be posted here until further notice).

Men's standings

        Conf. Ovr.

        W-L    W-L    

Central Missouri    11-4    17-6

Fort Hays State    11-4    17-6

Washburn    9-5    16-6

Central Oklahoma    9-5    11-11

Northeastern State    10-6    17-7

Lindenwood    9-6    16-7

NW Missouri St.    9-6    16-8

Pittsburg State    8-6    15-7

Emporia State    6-8    11-11

Missouri Southern    6-9    11-12

SW Baptist    6-9    8-15

Missouri Western    5-9    9-13

Truman        5-9    8-14

Neb. Kearney    3-1    6-16

Lincoln        2-12    3-21

Women's standings

        Conf.    Ovr.

        W-L    W-L

Washburn    13-1    19-3

Central Missouri    13-2    21-2

Emporia State    11-3    16-6

Northeastern State    12-4    17-7

Truman        10-4    17-5

Fort Hays State    10-5    18-5

Pittsburg State    9-5    15-7

Missouri Western    6-8    13-9

Missouri Southern    5-10    11-12

NW Missouri St.    5-10    11-12

SW Baptist    5-10    10-13

Lincoln        4-10    9-13

Neb. Kearney    3-11    6-15

Central Oklahoma    2-12    9-13

Lindenwood    1-14    4-19

MIAA scores and schedule

(Weeknight games: women start at 5:30 p.m., men at 7:30; Saturday games: women at 1:30 p.m., men at 3:30, unless noted otherwise)

Wednesday (Feb. 13)

Men

Northeastern St. 77, Mo. Southern 73

Washburn 56, Mo. Western 52

Central Okla. 83, Emporia State 69

Central Mo. 87, Lindenwood 72

Fort Hays State 64, NW Missouri St. 60

Women

Northeastern St. 56, Mo. Southern 48

Central Missouri 58, Lindenwood 44

Emporia State 73, Central Okla. 60

Washburn 60, Mo. Western 45

Fort Hays State 54, NW Missouri St. 53

Thursday (Feb. 14)

Men

Truman 72, SW Baptist 60

Women

Truman 78, SW Baptist 68

Saturday (Feb. 16)

Men

Pitt State 89, Northeastern St. 59

Central Missouri 93, Lincoln 61

NW Missouri St. 63, Washburn 61

Fort Hays State 82, Neb. Kearney 70

Emporia State 69, Mo. Southern 66

Women

Pitt State 78, Northeastern St. 60

SW Baptist 68, Lindenwood 62

Central Mo. 77, Lincoln 62

Washburn 61, NW Missouri St. 54

Fort Hays State 62, Neb. Kearney 50

Emporia State 62, Mo Southern 55

Tuesday (Feb. 19)

Men

Lincoln at SW Baptist

Women

Lincoln at SW Baptist

Wednesday (Feb. 20)

Pittsburg State at Emporia State

Mo. Western at NW Missouri St.

Thursday (Feb. 21)

Central Okla. at Mo. Southern

Neb. Kearney at Washburn

Lindenwood at Truman

Saturday (Feb. 23)

Truman at Lincoln

Pittsburg State at Central Okla.

Neb. Kearney at Mo. Western

Fort Hays State at Washburn, 5/7 p.m.

Northeastern State at Emporia State, 5:30/7:30 p.m.

Central Mo. at SW Baptist, 5:30/7:30 p.m.

* Standings and schedule were finished prior to completion of games between SW Baptist and Lincoln

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