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Men's Basketball: Big Second Half Lifts SE Past SWOSU

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – Southeastern had four players in double-figures and drained 17 threes on its way to a 92-77 road victory over Southwestern Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon in Weatherford, Okla. The win lifts the Savage Storm to 4-1...

 

Women's Basketball: SE Drops Road Matchup at SWOSU

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – After a solid start led to a lead after one quarter, Southeastern hit a midgame cold spell and Southwestern Oklahoma State took advantage, handing the Savage Storm a 96-70 loss on Saturday afternoon in Weatherford, Okla. The...

 
 By James Hill    Sports    December 2, 2018

Men's Basketball: No. 5 SNU Blow Out East Central on Hot Shooting

BETHANY - The fifth-ranked Southern Nazarene men's basketball team shot 53% from the field and held the East Central Tigers to 32% shooting in the second half as they led by as many as 35 in a dominant 91-66 win over the ECU on Saturday afternoon at...

 

Women's Basketball: SNU finally returns to Sawyer Center and takes down ECU 65-58.

BETHANY — There's nothing like playing on your home floor after a long road trip, and there's nothing like getting a victory in your first game at home. Southern Nazarene did that on Saturday afternoon as they took down East Central 65-58 for their...

 

Women's Basketball: SWOSU Pushes Past Southeastern With Big Second Half

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – SWOSU Women's Basketball used a strong offensive effort in the second half on their way to a 96-70 victory over Southeastern Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon at the Pioneer Cellular Event Center. Southeastern jumped out of...

 

Men's Basketball: Bulldogs Unable to Contain Hot-Shooting Savage Storm

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – SWOSU Men's Basketball dropped a 92-77 contest to Southeastern Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon at the Pioneer Cellular Event Center. It was a close contest at the start as the two sides traded baskets in the first half. SW...

 

Men's Basketball: Heartbreaker in Wichita as Eagles drop OT decision at Newman

WICHITA, Kan. (Dec. 1, 2018) – The outstanding performances came from all over the basketball court Saturday afternoon for Oklahoma Christian – 32 points from Aubrey Johnson, 25 from Jordan Box and a third straight double-double from Will...

 

Women's Basketball: Lions Pull Away in the 2nd Half to Down Hillcats, 70-51

JOPLIN, Mo. – Missouri Southern pulled away with a late first-half run and extended the margin in the second half en route to a 70-51 win over the Rogers State women's basketball team on Saturday (Dec. 1) at the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center....

 

Men's Basketball: Wonder Boys drop heartbreaker to Reddies

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – R.J. Glasper turned in a 30-point, eight-assist, six-rebound performance, leading a cast of three Wonder Boys players to reach double figures in scoring, but the Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys basketball team (2-4, 0-2 Great...

 

Women's Basketball: Golden Suns fall to Reddies

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark.– Ke'Vonshaye Stackhouse turned in an 18-point, four-rebound effort, while Hannah Villines added 13 points, but the Arkansas Tech Golden Sun basketball team (3-3, 1-1 Great American Conference) was unable to outlast Henderson Stat...

 

Men's Basketball: Weevils win home conference opener

Weevils advance to ( 3 – 3 ) on the season. OBU falls to ( 4 – 2 ) this year. UAM STATS Austin Hardy - 32 points, 9 rebounds Darnell Wright - 15 points, 12 rebounds Keelin Jackson - 12 points, 9 rebounds FIRST HALF OBU scored 5 points in the firs...

 
 By Scott Goode    Sports    December 2, 2018

Women's Basketball: Early 3s and Solid Defense Key Harding Victory over Southern Arkansas

SEARCY – Harding held Southern Arkansas without a field goal for more than 11 minutes of clock time and defeated the Muleriders 78-50 Saturday in Great American Conference action at the Rhodes-Reaves Field House. The win was the fifth straight for...

 

Men's Basketball: Johnson's Three-Point-Play Gives Reddies Last-Second Win at Arkansas Tech, 80-79

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. — After trailing for nearly the entire second half, Henderson State's Rel Johnson converted a go-ahead And-1 with 10.5 seconds left and the defense came up with a huge stop in the final seconds, as the Reddies defeated Arkansas...

 

Women's Basketball: Reddies Withstand Arkansas Tech Rally, Defeat Golden Suns in Russellville 70-62

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. — Henderson State had four players in double figures and withstood a furious rally from Arkansas Tech in the final moments to defeat the Golden Suns 70-62 and pick up its first win in Tucker Coliseum since 2005-06. The Reddies (5...

 

Women's Basketball: Lady Tigers Survive Against UAM

Monticello, Ark- The Ouachita Lady Tigers went on the road to Monticello on Saturday afternoon and outlasted The University of Arkansas at Monticello by a final score of 58-56. This was not only the Lady Tigers first conference victory of the...

 

Football: Historic Season Comes to a Close for Ouachita

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – For the second consecutive season the Ouachita Baptist football team falls to Ferris State by a final score of 37-14 at Cliff Harris Stadium on Saturday afternoon. No. 4 Ouachita (12-1) went 377 days between losses to No. 2...

 

Men's basketball: Muleriders' six-game win streak snapped at Harding

Searcy, Ark. – The SAU Men's Basketball team had their six-game win streak snapped at the hands of Harding in a 75-74 thriller which saw a slow first half and a less-than-stellar performance from the free throw line make the difference in this cont...

 

Women's basketball: Muleriders suffer conference loss at Harding

Searcy, Ark. – The SAU Women's Basketball team dropped their road conference opener today in Searcy against Harding, who sit atop the GAC standings following the conclusion of the first weekend of conference play. The Muleriders were ultimately...

 

Football: Furious second half rally comes up short; Muleriders fall 30-25 loss to Missouri Western in Sixth-Annual Agent Barry Live United Bowl

EXARKANA, Ark. – A furious second half rally that saw Southern Arkansas outscore Missouri Western 25-10 in the final two quarters was not enough to erase a 20-0 halftime deficit as the Griffons, representatives of the Mid-America Intercollegiate At...

 

3 oil companies agree to settle in Oklahoma earthquake suit

PRAGUE, Oklahoma (AP) — Three oil companies have reached a settlement with plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit over damaging earthquakes in central Oklahoma. The companies — Spess Oil Co., Equal Energy US Inc. and Fairfield Oil and Gas Corp....

 

Convicted killer serving life term escapes from Okla. jail

STILLWATER, Oklahoma (AP) — Oklahoma officials say a convicted murderer serving a life sentence has escaped from a county jail by posing as another prisoner whom he "closely resembled." The Oklahoma Department of Corrections reports that...

 

Arrest made in Friday shooting death of man in Salina

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — Police say a man has been arrested on charges in a Salina shooting death, the city's first homicide this year. Television station KWCH reports that 25-year-old Mika Lee Thille was booked Friday afternoon into the Salina County...

 

2 arrested in death of 88-year-old Wichita man

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Police have arrested two men suspected of killing an 88-year-old man found dead inside a Wichita home this week. The Wichita Eagle reports that police were called to the home Thursday night for a welfare check and found Floyd...

 

Topeka students launch startup to sell cricket-based food

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A group of Washburn University students have launched a startup that aims to combat hunger and change how Americans think about food by creating a protein powder made out of crickets. Six students formed the startup Agrotech Ent...

 

Manhattan-Ogden district to go to 100 percent wind energy

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — The Manhattan-Ogden school board plans to move to 100 percent wind energy for 20 years, beginning in 2021. The Manhattan Mercury reports Westar Energy offered several public entities a 20-year fixed rate to join the Soldier...

 

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