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March 8, 2014

NSU upsets top-seeded Mules in MIAA tournament quarterfinals

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NORTHEASTERN STATE 84, CENTRAL MISSOURI 82

NORTHEASTERN STATE (16-12)

Hobbs,Bryton 7-19 11-12 31; DeMasters,Landon 5-6 4-5 16; Harmon,Michael 4-8 0-0 11; Gilliam,Amir 1-2 7-10 9; McDonald,Jeremy 2-4 4-4 8; Qualls,Dalen 2-3 0-0 5; Sheppard,Marcus 1-4 2-2 4; Evans,Curtis 0-2 0-0 0; Littleton,Keon 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 22-50 28-33 84.

CENTRAL MISSOURI (24-5)

Deck,Dillon 6-11 5-5 17; Brunz,Preston 6-7 0-0 17; Robinson,Daylen 5-11 6-13 17; Hammork,Charles 3-8 4-4 10; Hughes,Brennen 4-6 0-1 8; White,TJ 2-5 2-5 6; Gilliam,Jon 2-6 0-0 6; Donald,Ryan 0-3 1-2 1; Wolf,Kyle 0-0 0-0 0; Epps,Jordan 0-6 0-0 0; Magdziarz,Ryan 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 28-65 18-30 82.

Northeastern State............   29   55  -   84

Central Missouri..............   25   57  -   82

3-point goals--Northeastern State 12-23 (Hobbs,Bryton 6-10; Harmon,Michael 3-6; DeMasters,Landon 2-3; Qualls,Dalen 1-1; Sheppard,Marcus 0-1; McDonald,Jeremy 0-1; Gilliam,Amir 0-1), Central Missouri 8-17 (Brunz,Preston 5-6; Gilliam,Jon 2-6; Robinson,Daylen 1-1; Epps,Jordan 0-3; Magdziarz,Ryan 0-1). Fouled out--Northeastern State-Evans,Curtis, Central Missouri-None. Rebounds--Northeastern State 37 (Hobbs,Bryton 9), Central Missouri 39 (Hammork,Charles 10). Assists--Northeastern State 15 (Hobbs,Bryton 5), Central Missouri 12 (Robinson,Daylen 5). Total fouls--Northeastern State 22, Central Missouri 27. Technical fouls--Northeastern State-None, Central Missouri-None.

MIAA tournament

Women

Monday - first round

Game 1: No. 9 Northeastern State 47, No. 8 NW Missouri St. 42


Game 2: No. 5 Fort Hays State 88, No. 12 Neb. Kearney 68

Game 3: No. 11 SW Baptist 85, No. 6 Washburn 73

Game 4: No. 10 Central Oklahoma 85, No. 7 Lindenwood 79

At Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City, Mo.)

Thursday - quarterfinals

Game 5: No. 1 Central Mo. 79, No. 9 Northeastern St. 65


Game 6: No. 5 Fort Hays St. 78, No. 4 Mo. Southern 57

Game 7: No. 2 Emporia St. 77, No. 10 Central Okla. 68

Game 8: No. 11 SW Baptist 67 No. 3 Pittsburg St. 65

Saturday - semifinals

Game 9: Central Mo. vs. Fort Hays State, noon

Game 10: Emporia St. vs. SW Baptist, 2:15 p.m.

Sunday - finals

Game 11: Championship, 1 p.m.

Men

Tuesday - first round

Game1: No. 9 Northeastern State 79, No. 8 Washburn 75


Game 2: No. 5 Central Okla. 74, No. 12 Mo. Western 57

Game 3: No. 6 Neb. Kearney 86, No. 11 Lindenwood 80

Game 4: No. 7 Emporia St. 96, No. 10 SW Baptist 85

At Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City, Mo.)

Friday - quarterfinals

Game 5: No. 9 Northeastern State 84, No. 1 Central Missouri 82


Game 6: No. 5 Central Oklahoma 83, No. 4 Fort Hays State 68

Game 7: No. 2 NW Missouri State 70, No. 7 Emporia State 57

Game 8: No. 3 Missouri Southern 87, No. 6 Neb. Kearney 79

Saturday - semifinals

Game 9: Northeastern State vs. Central Oklahoma, 6 p.m.


Game 10: NW Missouri State vs. Missouri Southern, 8:15 p.m.

Sunday - finals

Game 11: Championship, 3:30 p.m.

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