The fourth-ranked St. Thomas men's basketball team ended St. John's 22-game winning streak — the second-longest in program history — with a 71-66 victory over the second-ranked Johnnies on Saturday afternoon in Collegeville.

A win by St. John's (22-2, 18-1) would have clinched the outright MIAC regular-season title. Instead, the Tommies (21-2, 17-1) pulled to within a half-game of first with their 10th straight win.

MIAC women: Augsburg (19-3, 15-2) set a program record for points in a game and reached 20 wins in a season for just the second time, defeating visiting Macalester 107-77. The Auggies play at first-place Bethel on Wednesday.

NSIC men: Brandon Myer scored 45 points — two short of the program record — as Minnesota Duluth (19-7, 14-6) defeated visiting Minnesota State Moorhead 99-86.

NSIC women: Minnesota Duluth (21-5, 18-2) clinched the NSIC North and the league's best record with a 70-47 home victory over visiting Minnesota State Moorhead. … St. Cloud State (19-5, 16-4) set a program record for NSIC victories in one season with its 69-64 win over visiting Northern State.

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