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February 26, 2014

Inside the MIAA

A weekly look at basketball in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Basketball standings

Team    Conf. Ovr

Men    W-L    W-L

NW Missouri St.    15-2    20-6

Central Mo.    14-3    22-4

Mo. Southern    13-4    19-5

Fort Hays St.    12-5    21-5

Central Okla.    11-6    17-7

Emporia State    10-8    17-11

Washburn    9-9    16-9

Northeastern St. 8-9    13-11

Neb. Kearney    8-9    12-12

SW Baptist    6-11    13-13

Lindenwood    6-12    11-17

Mo. Western    5-12    10-15

Pittsburg St.    3-14    7-17

Lincoln    1-17    3-23

Team    Conf. Ovr

Women    W-L    W-L

Emporia St.    16-2    25-2

Central Mo.    15-2    21-3

Pittsburg St.    14-3    21-6

Mo. Southern    11-6    17-7

Washburn    11-7    16-9

Fort Hays St.    10-7    17-7

Lindenwood    9-9    14-11

Northeastern St.  7-10    10-14

Central Okla.    6-11    11-13

NW Missouri St.    6-11    9-15

Mo. Western    5-12    10-14

SW Baptist    5-12    10-14

Neb. Kearney    4-13    8-16

Lincoln    2-16    5-20


Last week


Feb. 19

Washburn 79, Fort Hays State 70

Northeastern State 61, Pittsburg St. 60

Emporia St. 92, Neb. Kearney 83

NW Missouri St. 70, Lindenwood 59

Mo. Southern 113, SW Baptist 83

Mo. Western 82, Lincoln 65

Feb. 22

Mo. Southern 110, Pittsburg St. 90

NW Missouri St. 92, Mo. Western 60

Central Okla. 63, NSU 56

Central Mo. 85, SW Baptist 67

Fort Hays St. 78, Neb. Kearney 72

Emporia St. 88, Washburn 76

Lindenwood 82, Lincoln 75


Feb. 19

Washburn 74, Fort Hays St. 65

Pittsburg St. 63, NSU 46

Emporia St. 82, Neb. Kearney 68

Mo. Southern 70, SW Baptist 56

Lindenwood 79, NW Missouri St. 74

Lincoln 56, Mo. Western 55

Feb. 22

Pittsburg St. 71, Mo. Southern 68

Mo. Western 68, NW Missouri St. 47

Central Okla. 69, NSU 65

Central Mo. 78, SW Baptist 70

Fort Hays St. 81, Neb. Kearney 53

Emporia St. 70, Washburn 53

Lindenwood 63, Lincoln 56

This week


Central Mo. at Mo. Western

Central Okla. at Fort Hays St.

Emporia St. at Pittsburg St.

Northeastern St. at Neb. Kearney

SW Baptist at NW Missouri St.


Mo. Southern at Lindenwood


Central Okla. at Neb. Kearney

NSU at Fort Hays St.


NW Missouri St. at Central Mo.

Washburn at Pittsburg St.

Mo. Western at SW Baptist

Mo. Southern at Lincoln


Ahead of the pack

Northwest Missouri State:
The Bearcats continue to maintain a stranglehold on the league, and they now own a one-game lead over Central Missouri with one week left to play in the regular season. Since Jan. 9, Northwest Missouri State has only lost once (a 82-68 setback at Missouri Southern) in its last 13 games.

Up and coming

Central Missouri:
Trying to track down Northwest Missouri State for the top spot in the league, the Mules have notched eight straight victories, including two road victories at Lindenwood and Southwest Baptist last week. During its eight-game winning streak, Central Missouri has held opponents to an average of 65.3 points per game. Now only a road game at Missouri Western on Wednesday stands between the Mules and Northwest Missouri State on Saturday.

On the skids

Nebraska Kearney:
A recent seven-game winning streak was wiped out by back-to-back losses last week on the road for the Lopers. Setbacks at Emporia State and Fort Hays State now have Nebraska Kearney in a position where it needs to win twice this week to host a game in the conference tournament.


- Addison adds league honor:
Missouri Southern posted back-to-back 100-point performances last week, and at the center of them was guard Marquis Addison, who was named the MIAA’s men’s basketball Athlete of the Week. Addison started the week with 33 points against Southwest Baptist, and he followed that up with 17 points against Pittsburg State.

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