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NSU Sports

January 15, 2014

Inside the MIAA

A weekly look inside the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association.

Basketball standings

Team    Conf. Ovr

Men    W-L    W-L

NW Missouri St.    6-1    11-5

Mo. Southern    5-1    11-2

Central Mo.    5-2    13-3

Northeastern St.  5-2    10-4

Fort Hays St.    4-3    12-3

Washburn    4-3    11-3

Central Okla.    4-3    10-4

Emporia St.    4-3    11-6

Lindenwood    3-4    8-9    

Pittsburg St.    2-3    6-6

Mo. Western    2-5    7-8

Neb. Kearney    2-5    5-8

SW Baptist    1-5    8-7

Lincoln    0-7    2-13

Team    Conf. Ovr

Women    W-L    W-L

Emporia St.    7-0    16-0

Central Mo.    6-1    12-2

Pittsburg St.    4-1    11-4

Fort Hays St.    5-2    11-2

Mo. Southern    4-2    10-3

Central Okla.    4-3    9-5

Washburn    4-3    9-5

Lindenwood    3-4    8-6

Neb. Kearney    3-4    6-8

Northeastern St.  3-4    6-8

NW Missouri St.  2-5    5-9

SW Baptist    1-5    6-7

Mo. Western    1-6    5-8

Lincoln    0-7    3-11

Scoreboard / schedule

Men

Jan. 11

Missouri Southern 60, Northeastern State 65

Pittsburg State 85, Missouri Western 82

Central Oklahoma 89, SW Baptist 72

Fort Hays State 88, Lincoln 85

Northwest Missouri State 83, Washburn 76

Emporia State 95, Central Missouri 77

Jan. 12

Nebraska Kearney 84, Hastings College (Neb.) 67

Monday

Northwest Missouri State 85, Northeastern State 65

Women

Jan. 11

Mo. Southern 80, NSU 77

Washburn 73, NW Missouri St. 55

Emporia State 80, Central Mo. 67

Pitt State 74, Mo. Western 69

Fort Hays State 98, Lincoln 54

Central Okla. 70, SW Baptist 56

Jan. 13

NW Missouri St. 57, NSU 51

This week

Wednesday


Lindenwood at Missouri Southern

Mo. Western at Central Mo.

Pitt State at Emporia St.

Thursday

Fort Hays State at Central Okla.

Neb. Kearney at NSU

NW Missouri St. at SW Baptist

Saturday

Fort Hays State at NSU

Lincoln at Mo. Southern

Central Mo. at NW Missouri St.

Neb. Kearney at Central Okla.

SW Baptist at Mo. Western

Pitt State at Washburn

Men

Ahead of the pack


Northwest Missouri State: The Bearcats’ balanced scoring attack — with five players averaging double-digit scoring efforts, led by Dillon Starzl with 15.4 points per game — has Northwest Missouri State in front of Missouri Southern by a half a game, thanks to Monday’s blowout win over Northeastern State.

Up and coming

Fort Hays State: Since starting league play 0-3, the Tigers have started off 2014 with four straight wins. During that stretch, the Tigers also handed Missouri Southern its only loss in league play. Dwayne Brunson and Craig Nicholson are averaging 17.1 and 16.1 points per game, respectively.

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