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December 11, 2013

Inside the MIAA

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

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Basketball standings

Team    Conf. Ovr

Men    W-L    W-L

Mo. Southern    2-0    7-1    

Northeastern St.  2-0    7-2

NW Missouri St.    2-0    6-4

Central Mo.    1-0    8-1

Mo. Western    1-0    6-3

Washburn    1-1    8-1

Central Okla.    1-1    7-2

SW Baptist    1-1    7-3

Lindenwood    1-1    5-5

Emporia St.    0-1    6-4

Pittsburg St.    0-1    3-4

Fort Hays St.    0-2    7-2

Neb. Kearney    0-2    2-4

Lincoln    0-2    2-8

Team    Conf. Ovr

Women    W-L    W-L

Mo. Southern    2-0    7-1

Lindenwood    2-0    6-2

Emporia St.    1-0    8-0

Central Mo.    1-0    7-1

Pittsburg St.    1-0    6-3

Fort Hays St.    1-1    6-1

Central Okla.    1-1    6-3

Washburn    1-1    5-3

SW Baptist    1-1    4-3

Northeastern St.  1-1    4-5

Mo. Western    0-1    4-3

Neb. Kearney    0-2    3-5

Lincoln    0-2    3-6

NW Missouri St.  0-2    2-6

Scores and schedule

Men

Last week

Dec. 5

Northeastern State 87, Lincoln 72

Washburn 89, SW Baptist 87

NW Missouri State 75, Pittsburg State 59

Mo. Southern 99, Neb. Kearney 79

Lindenwood 88, Central Oklahoma 77

Central Missouri 93, Fort Hays State 85

Dec. 7

Northeastern State 83, Lindenwood 74

Mo. Southern 110, Washburn 73

Central Oklahoma 90, Lincoln 71

Mo. Western 82, Fort Hays State 79

SW Baptist 96, Neb. Kearney 93

NW Missouri State 89, Emporia State 68

This week

Robert Morris (Springfield) at Lindenwood (Wednesday)

Bellevue at Neb. Kearney

Missourui S&T at Lindenwood (Saturday)

Central Christian at Fort Hays State

Lincoln at Neb. Kearney (Saturday)

William Jewell at SW Baptist

Newman at Emporia State

Women

Last week

Dec. 5

Northeastern State 66, Lincoln 53

Lindenwood 78, Central Oklahoma 71

Mo. Southern 76, Neb. Kearney 72

Pittsburg State 57, NW Missouri St. 55

Washburn 78, SW Baptist 71

Central Missouri 72, Fort Hays State 51

Dec. 7

Lindenwood 63, Northeastern State 50

Mo. Southern 68, Washburn 59

Fort Hays State 67, Mo. Western 53

Central Oklahoma 72, Lincoln 55

SW Baptist 85, Neb. Kearney 66

Emporia State 68, NW MIssouri St. 64

This week

Missouri S&T at Lindenwood

Lincoln at Neb. Kearney

William Jewell at SW Baptist

West Texas A&M at Emporia State

MIAA Men

Ahead of the pack

Northeastern State: The RiverHawks get a slight nod here mainly because they went on the road to start league play 2-0. NSU is one of three teams that is 2-0 in the league, and both Missouri Southern and Northwest Missouri State picked up their victories in the cozy comforts of their own campus.

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