WBB – NSU 64, UNK 61
Northeastern State trailed by as much as 15 in the game, but came from behind to defeat Nebraska-Kearney at home. Northeastern State pulled down 45 total rebounds as they moved to 4-4 in the MIAA this season.
For the RiverHawks Fontana Tate had 12 points and pulled down six rebounds. Che’Ron Lewis had 10 points and Carrington Fox led the way on the glass with 11 boards. For the Lopers Sydney Seberger had 17 points and Kelsey Fitzgerald pulled down nine boards. Amarah Williams had 11 points and pulled down eight rebounds on the night.
MBB – NSU 90, UNK 85
Northeastern State used 55 points in the second half to pick up a victory over Nebraska-Kearney at home. NSU shot .549 from the field as both teams hit better than half their field goals as the RiverHawks moved to 5-2 in the MIAA.
For the RiverHawks Bryton Hobbs led the way with a double-double scoring 27 points and 10 assists. Dalen Qualls had 18 points while Marcus Sheppard and Curtis Evans each finished with 12 points. For the Lopers Davion Pearson had 20 points while Ethan Bozek had 18 points and pulled down eight rebounds. Connor Beranek had 13 points and Tyler Shields had 10 points and eight boards.