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Sydnee Eck enjoying her return to softball with top-ranked Butler

Like any good assistant coach, Zack Sigler was letting his boss vent.

Trinity Valley stops Hutchinson one step from NJCAA title

Hutchinson Community College’s women’s basketball team lost 65-46 to Trinity Valley (Texas) in the championship game of the NJCAA Tournament on Saturday night in Salina, the second second-place finish for the Blue Dragons in three years.

Hutch women in NJCAA semis; Butler eliminated

Hutchinson advanced to the final four with a 10-point victory, but Butler was eliminated with a 10-point loss Thursday in the NJCAA women’s tournament in Salina.

Butler, Hutch reach women’s quarterfinals

Butler shut down its second consecutive opponent at the NJCAA women’s basketball tournament, beating Shelton State (Ala.) 51-39 on Wednesday in Salina.

Friends’ Joe Mitchell chosen NAIA Division II player of the year

From the first day he put on a Friends University basketball jersey, Joe Mitchell insisted on one thing, above all else.

Butler women roll in NJCAA opener

Butler beat Southwest Mississippi 69-31 on Monday in the first round of the NJCAA women tournament at the Bicentennial Center in Salina.

Balanced Pratt follows defense to NJCAA Tournament

The least dynamic offensive men’s basketball team in the Jayhawk Conference averages more than 76.1 points, so trying to win with defense can be a futile effort.

Friends’ season ends in national quarterfinals

Fifth-ranked Indiana Wesleyan beat Friends 95-79 in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Division II men’s basketball tournament on Saturday in Point Lookout, Mo.

Friends wins NAIA-II second-round game, advances to quarterfinals

Friends beat Cornerstone (Mich.) 79-69 in the second round of the NAIA Division II men’s basketball tournament on Friday in Point Lookout, Mo.

Emporia State women win NCAA Division II regional opener

The top-seeded Emporia State women advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Division II Central Regional with a 97-65 win over Southwestern Oklahoma on Friday in Searcy, Ark.

Friends men win NAIA Division II opener

Colton Rausch hit a three-point shot with 1:37 left in the game to give Friends the lead, and the Falcons hit four three throws down the stretch to secure a 90-85 victory over Northwood (Fla.) on Thursday afternoon in the opening round of the NAIA Division II men’s basketball tournament in Point Lookout, Mo.

Friends men face a legend in NAIA II tournament

For the Friends men to be successful in Thursday’s NAIA Division II Tournament opener against Northwood (Fla.), it simply comes down to this:

Emporia State women win MIAA basketball title

No. 7 Emporia State defended its MIAA women’s basketball tournament championship Sunday with a 75-71 victory over Central Missouri in Kansas City, Mo.

Hutchinson beats Butler women for Region VI crown

Third-ranked Hutchinson and No. 6 Butler waged a battle Saturday befitting of two of the NJCAA’s best women’s teams. And, fittingly, it went down to the final tenth of a second.

Hutchinson tempo stalls Butler in Region VI men’s quarterfinals

Rivals Butler and Hutchinson had split their regular-season men’s basketball games, and Thursday’s Region VI quarterfinal was tied, fittingly, at 34-all at halftime.

Hutch women remain unbeaten

Hutchinson’s third-ranked women’s team followed a formula in Wednesday’s Region VI opener that has brought the Blue Dragons the past two region titles.

Butler women’s almost perfect season shifts to Koch Arena

Forgive Mike Helmer, despite all his gifts, for being a little aggrieved.

Tabor smashes Southwestern for title

Aside from the postgame Gatorade bath, Monday’s KCAC women’s basketball championship game was less stressful for Tabor coach Shawn Reed than he planned.

Tabor Bluejays outlast Sterling for KCAC title

Two baskets in the first minute-plus of overtime Monday night afforded the opportunity for Tabor men’s basketball team to do something it hadn’t done for the previous 40 — be patient.

Tabor upsets Friends men, women in KCAC semifinals

For 17 long minutes, Tabor center Andrew Thomas sat on the bench and watched his teammates struggled against No. 24 Friends in the first half of their KCAC Tournament semifinal Saturday afternoon.

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