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February 13, 2013

Inside the MIAA

Ben Johnson's look into Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association basketball.

Men's standings

            Conf.    Overall

            W-L    W-L

Central Missouri        9-4        15-6

Fort Hays State        9-4        15-6

Washburn            8-4        15-5

Northeastern State    9-5        16-6

Lindenwood        8-5        15-6

NW Missouri St.        8-5        15-7

Central Oklahoma    8-5        10-11

Pittsburg State        7-6        14-7

Missouri Southern    6-7        11-10

SW Baptist            6-7        8-13

Emporia State        5-7        10-10

Missouri Western    5-8        9-12

Truman            4-9        7-14

Neb. Kearney        3-10        6-15

Lincoln            2-11        3-20

Women's standings

            Conf.    Ovr.

            W-L    W-L

Washburn            11-1        17-3

Central Missouri        11-2        19-2

Northeastern State    11-3        16-6

Emporia State        9-3        14-6

Truman            9-4        16-5

Fort Hays State        8-5        16-5

Pittsburg State        8-5        14-7

Missouri Western    6-7        13-8

Missouri Southern    5-8        11-10

NW Missouri St.        5-8        11-10

Lincoln            4-9        9-12

SW Baptist            4-9        9-12

Neb. Kearney        3-10        6-14

Central Oklahoma    2-11        9-12

Lindenwood        1-12        4-17

(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)

Saturday (Feb. 9)

Men

Northeastern State 72, Truman 56

Central Oklahoma 89, Lincoln 80

SW Baptist 81, Pittsburg State 75

Emporia State 61, Lindenwood 52

Fort Hays State 94, Neb. Kearney 68

Washburn 80, NW Missouri St. 67

Mo. Southern 93, Central Mo. 81

Women

Northeastern State 46, Truman 44

Central Oklahoma 88, Lincoln 79

Pittsburg State 74, SW Baptist 61

Emporia State 85, Lindenwood 54

Fort Hays State 87, Neb. Kearney 63

Washburn 64, NW Missouri St. 53

Central Mo. 74, Missouri Southern 63

Wednesday (Feb. 13)

Mo. Southern at Northeastern State

Washburn at Mo. Western

Emporia State at Central Okla.

Lindenwood at Central Mo.

Fort Hays State at NW Missouri St.

Thursday (Feb. 14)

SW Baptist at Truman

Saturday (Feb. 16)

SW Baptist at Lindenwood (1 and 3 p.m.)

Lincoln at Central Missouri

Northeastern State at Pittsburg State

Washburn at NW Missouri St.

Fort Hays State at Neb. Kearney (2 and 4 p.m.)

Emporia State at Mo. Southern (5:30 and 7:30 p.m.)

Tuesday (Feb. 19)

Lincoln at SW Baptist

MIAA Men

Ahead of the pack

Fort Hays State: The Lions are a tied with Central Missouri for first place, but a tie-breaking win early in the season by Fort Hays State gives it the upper hand at the moment. FHSU skyrocketed up the standings in a span of seven days, going from a tie for fifth to a tie for first after two wins. Wins over Northwest Missouri State and Nebraska Kearney added to the Lions’ current five-game winning streak.

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