Area college basketball roundup: Tommies clinch league title

  • Updated: February 3, 2013 - 12:20 AM
MIAC MEN

• ST. THOMAS 66, AUGSBURG 56: The Tommies, ranked No. 2 in the d3hoops.com poll, outscored the host Auggies 41-30 in the second half Saturday for a victory that clinched a share of the MIAC title. St. Thomas became the first program in the 91-year history of the conference to win or share eight consecutive regular-season championships in men's basketball. Tommy Hannon's 18 points led the Tommies (20-1, 15-1 MIAC). Dan Kornbaum scored 13 for the Auggies (15-5, 10-5).

• GUSTAVUS 86, HAMLINE 51: Blake Shay scored 18 points and Jim Hill 17 as the balanced Gusties (12-9, 9-7) won on the road. Austin Johnson scored 12 to lead the Pipers (8-13, 5-11).

• CONCORDIA (MOORHEAD) 85, MACALESTER 52: Ebo Nana-Kweson and Andrew Martinson each scored 15 points to pace the Cobbers (14-7, 11-5) over the host Scots (4-16, 1-14).

• ST. OLAF 79, BETHEL 73: Sterling Nielsen scored 21 points to help the host Oles (8-12, 7-8 MIAC) outlast the Royals. J.D. Robinson scored 24 to lead the Royals (12-9, 8-8).

• CARLETON 60, ST. MARY'S 47: Shane McSparron and Tom Sawatzke each scored 14 points to lead the Knights (11-9, 8-7) to a road victory. Mark Schumacher had 19 points for the Cardinals (3-17, 2-13).

NSIC MEN

• MSU MANKATO 83, MINOT STATE 72: Jarvis Williams scored 25 points to lead the visiting Mavericks (18-2, 14-2 NSIC) to the victory.

• AUGUSTANA 83, ST. CLOUD STATE 74: Cameron McCaffrey scored 24 points to lead the host Vikings (16-4, 12-4) to their sixth consecutive victory. Damarius Cruz scored 18 to lead the Huskies (16-4, 12-4).

• CONCORDIA (ST. PAUL) 89, MARY (N.D.) 78: Cole Olstad scored 30 points and Terez VanPelt scored 23 to lead the Golden Bears (5-15, 3-13 NSIC) past the host Marauders.

MIAC WOMEN

• CONCORDIA (MOORHEAD) 66, MACALESTER 55: The conference-leading Cobbers rallied from a two-point halftime deficit to defeat the host Scots. Alley Fisher scored 15 to lead the Cobbers (16-4, 15-2 MIAC). Kyanna Jones had 11 points for the Scots (4-16, 3-14).

• ST. THOMAS 80, AUGSBURG 60: Taylor Young scored 16 points to lead the Tommies (15-5, 13-4) past the host Auggies (7-13, 5-12).

• ST. BENEDICT 66, ST. CATHERINE 45: Brianna Barrett scored 20 points to lead the Blazers (16-4, 14-3) to a road victory over the Wildcats (2-18, 1-16).

• HAMLINE 80, GUSTAVUS 78: The host Pipers made a school-record 14 three-point field goals. Steph Pilgrim had 23 points for the Pipers (10-10, 10-7), Kelsey Florian had 16 points for the Gusties (12-8, 11-6).

• ST. MARY'S 57, CARLETON 46: Jessica Thone scored 16 points to lead St. Mary's (17-3, 14-3) to its ninth victory in a row, beating the Knights (4-16, 4-13).

• ST. OLAF 72, BETHEL 55: Mackenzie Wolter scored 17 points to lead the host Oles (11-9, 9-8) past the Royals (4-16, 3-14).

NSIC WOMEN

• WINONA STATE 76, MSU MOORHEAD 54: Katie Wolff made a career-high seven three-pointers and scored 23 points to lead the host Warriors (16-7, 10-6 NSIC) past the Dragons (12-8, 9-7).

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