MIAC men's basketball: Tommies stop St. John's

  • Updated: February 9, 2013 - 11:57 PM

MIAC MEN

Tommies top St. John's

• ST. THOMAS 93, ST. JOHN'S 68: Senior Tommy Hannon scored 23 points as the No. 1-ranked Tommies (23-1, 18-1 MIAC) extended their winning streak to seven. Chris Neumann scored 17 points for the host Johnnies (10-13, 9-9).

• CONCORDIA (MOORHEAD) 90, HAMLINE 78: Aaron Lindahl scored 21 points and Ebo Nana-Kweson 18 as the visiting Cobbers (17-7, 14-5) clinched second place. Noah Aguirre had 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Pipers (8-15, 5-13).

• CARLETON 84, MACALESTER 71: Tom Sawatzke scored 26 points, Shane McSparron 22 and Scott Theisen 21 to lead the visiting Knights (14-9, 11-7) past the Scots (4-19, 1-17). Theisen also had 10 rebounds and 10 assists.

• AUGSBURG 82, ST. OLAF 71: Parker Hines scored 26 points to lead the host Auggies (17-6, 12-6) past the Oles (9-14, 8-10).

NSIC MEN

• UPPER IOWA 71, ST. CLOUD STATE 71: Senior wing Sam Elgin's three-pointer with 8.4 seconds left gave the Peacocks (17-5, 13-5) a road win over the Huskies (17-5, 13-5). Tucker Wentzien led Upper Iowa with 23 points and 12 rebounds.

• CONCORDIA (ST. PAUL) 85, BEMIDJI STATE 84: Cordell Smith made a three-pointer with 4.4 seconds left to lead the Golden Bears (7-15, 5-13) over the Beavers (12-10, 19-8). Smith had 21 points and eight rebounds.

• MSU MANKATO 93, MINN. CROOKSTON 55: The Mavericks (19-3, 15-3) rolled over the Golden Eagles behind Assem Marei's 18 points.

MIAC WOMEN

• CONCORDIA (MOORHEAD) 74, HAMLINE 61: The Cobbers (18-5, 17-3 MIAC) reclaimed the conference lead with a road victory. The Pipers (12-11, 12-8) had won six in a row.

NSIC WOMEN

• MSU MANKATO 85, CROOKSTON 78: Ali Wilkinson scored 25 points to lead the host Mavericks (18-4, 14-4 NSIC) to their seventh consecutive victory.

• CONCORDIA (ST. PAUL) 76, BEMIDJI STATE 57: Rachel Hanson scored 23 points to lead the NSIC South-leading Golden Bears ( 17-5, 15-3) to a home win.

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