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February 5, 2013

Inside the MIAA

An in-depth look at basketball in the MIAA.

Men's standings

        Conf.    Overall

        W-L        W-L  
 

Central Missouri    9-2    15-4

NW Missouri    8-3    15-5

Washburn    7-3    14-4

Northeastern State    8-4    15-5

Lindenwood    7-4    14-5

Fort Hays State    7-4    13-6

Pittsburg State    6-5    13-6

Central Oklahoma    6-5    8-11

SW Baptist    5-6    7-12

Missouri Southern    4-7    9-10

Truman    4-7    7-12

Missouri Western    4-8    8-12

Emporia State    3-7    8-10

Neb. Kearney    3-9    6-14

Lincoln    2-9    3-18

Women's standings

        Conf.        Ovr.

        W-L        W-L


Washburn    9-1    15-3

Central Missouri    9-2    17-2

Truman    9-2    16-3

Northeastern State    9-3    14-6

Emporia State    7-3    12-6

Fort Hays State    6-5    14-5

Pittsburg State    6-5    12-7

Missouri Western    6-6    13-7

NW Missouri State    5-6    11-8

Missouri Southern    4-7    10-9

Lincoln    4-7    9-10

SW Baptist    4-7    9-10

Neb. Kearney    3-9    6-13

Central Oklahoma    1-10    8-11

Lindenwood    1-10    4-15

(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)

Friday (Feb. 1)

Men

Central Okla. 85, Neb. Kearney 75

Women

Neb. Kearney 72, Central Okla. 60

Saturday (Feb. 2)

Men

Lindenwood 83, Central Missouri 82

NW Missouri State 52, Emporia State 51

Northeastern St. 73, Mo. Western 61

SW Baptist 76, Truman 73

Fort Hays State 83, Mo. Southern 69

Washburn 67, Pittsburg State 51

Women

Central Missouri 83, Lindenwood 75

Emporia State 72, NW Missouri St. 58

Northeastern St. 73, Mo. Western 56

Truman 64, SW Baptist 50

Fort Hays State 62, Mo. Southern 55

Washburn 58, Pittsburg State 44

Wednesday (Feb. 6)

Northwest Missouri St. at Fort Hays St.

Missouri Western at Washburn

Thursday (Feb. 7)

SW Baptist at Missouri Southern

Central Missouri at Central Oklahoma

Lindenwood at Northeastern State

Truman at Pittsburg State

Lincoln at Emporia State

Saturday

Lindenwood at Emporia State

Lincoln at Central Oklahoma

Truman at Northeastern State

SW Baptist at Pittsburg State

Neb. Kearney at Fort Hays St. (2 p.m.; 4 p.m.)

Northwest Missouri St. at Washburn (5 p.m.; 7 p.m.)

Central Missouri at Missouri Southern (5:30 p.m.; 7:30 p.m.)



MIAA Men

Ahead of the pack


Central Missouri: A one-point loss at Lindenwood Saturday snapped a nine-game winning streak for the Mules. However, Central Missouri was able to maintain its lead in the standings, which now stands at a game over Northwest Missouri. On the schedule this week for the Mules is a pair of road games at Central Oklahoma and Missouri Southern.

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