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January 30, 2013

Inside the MIAA

Breaking down men's and women's basketball in the MIAA.

Men's standings

                                Conf.       Overall

                                W-L         W-L 
        

Central Missouri     8-1           14-3

Northeastern State  7-3           14-4

NW Missouri          6-3           13-5

Washburn                5-3           12-4

Lindenwood            5-4           12-5

Pittsburg State        5-4           12-5

Fort Hays State      5-4           11-6

Central Oklahoma   5-4           7-10

Missouri Southern  4-5           9-8

SW Baptist             4-5           6-11

Missouri Western   4-6           9-8

Truman                   4-6           7-11

Emporia State         3-5           8-8

Neb. Kearney          2-8           5-13

Lincoln                    2-8           3-17

Women's standings

                                Conf.       Ovr.

                                W-L         W-L


Washburn                7-1           13-3

Truman                   8-2           15-3

Northeastern State  8-2           13-5

Central Missouri     7-2           15-2

Pittsburg State        6-3           12-5

Emporia State         5-3           10-6

Missouri Western   5-5           12-6

Fort Hays State      4-5           12-5

Missouri Southern  4-5           10-7

NW Missouri State 4-5           10-7

Lincoln                    4-6           9-9

SW Baptist             3-6           8-9

Neb. Kearney          2-8           5-12

Central Oklahoma   1-8           8-9

Lindenwood            1-8           4-13

MIAA schedule - this week

(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)

Wednesday

Central Oklahoma at Fort Hays State

Central Missouri at Lincoln

Pittsburg State at Missouri Western

Emporia State at Nebraska Kearney

Thursday

Lindenwood at Southwest Baptist

Northeastern State at NW Missouri State

Missouri Southern at Washburn

Friday

Central Oklahoma at Nebraska Kearney

Saturday

Central Missouri at Lindenwood (women at 1; men at 3).

Northeastern State at Missouri Western

Emporia State at NW Missouri State

Truman at SW Baptist

Missouri Southern at Fort Hays State (women at 2; men at 4).

Pittsburg State at Washburn (women at 5; men at 7).

 

MIAA Men

Ahead of the pack


Central Missouri: On the cusp of the top 25, the Mules have been on a roll in 2013. In fact, Central Missouri's last loss was to Dixie State College of Utah on Dec. 18 in Las Vegas. The Mules' last MIAA loss was at Fort Hays State on Dec. 5. Since then, they've won eight straight league games to build their lead in the standings to two games.

Up and coming

Northeastern State: Since losing three straight MIAA games earlier this month, the RiverHawks have rebounded to post four straight victories, starting with an 80-71 victory at Central Oklahoma on Jan. 16.

On the skids

Missouri Southern:
Not even playing at home has been able to help the Lions as of late. Missouri Southern has lost three straight games, including two home contests against Nebraska Kearney and Northeastern State. And it doesn't get any easier Wednesday night at Washburn.

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