Two men’s basketball home games slotted for Thanksgiving break

Darris Smith handles the ball during the 2013/2014 season. Photo by Romain Polge

Phil Brahm | Staff Reporter
November 25, 2014; 9:00 a.m.

Currently riding a two-game winning streak, the men’s basketball team has just two more games left before 2014-15 conference play begins. With a overall record of 2-2, the Lions are looking to make the final adjustments before the calendar year rolls around and the pursuit of a spot in the conference tournament takes center stage.

61 - 67

University of Missouri (Exhibition)

58 - 68

St. Cloud State University

70 - 68

University of Arkansas at Monticello

59 - 62

Concordia University, St. Paul

106 - 63

Greenville College

76 - 71

Missouri Baptist

83 - 40

Selma University

82 - 65

Lane College

74 - 73

Quincy University

72 - 63

University of Illinois - Springfield

3:00 pm

Baker University (Kan.)

7:30 pm

University of Central Oklahoma

3:30 pm

Northeastern State University

7:00 pm

University of Missouri - St. Louis

3:00 pm

Maryville University

7:30 pm

University of Nebraska at Kearney

3:00 pm

Washburn University

7:30 pm

Pittsburg State

7:30 pm

Emporia State

7:30 pm

Fort Hays State

7:30 pm

Lindenwood vs Missouri Southern

8:44 am

Bernardette Peters

12:13 am

Lincoln University

3:30 pm

Lindenwood vs. Missouri Western

7:30 pm

Southwest Baptist

7:30 pm

Points against MW

7:00 pm

12 Northeastern State vs 5 Pittsburg State

72 - 73

10 Missouri Western vs 7 Central Oklahoma

7:00 pm

9 Fort Hays State vs 8 Washburn

74 - 90

11 Southwest Baptist vs 6 Nebraska Kearney

7:00 pm

12 Lindenwood vs 5 Central Missouri

7:00 pm

11 Nebraska Kearney vs 6 Central Oklahoma

7:00 pm

10 Lincoln vs 7 Missouri Western

7:00 pm

9 Northeastern State vs 8 Washburn

12:00 pm

1 Northwest Missouri vs 8 Washburn

2:15 pm

4 Lindenwood vs 5 Pittsburg State

6:00 pm

2 Central Missouri vs 7 Central Oklahoma

8:15 pm

3 Missouri Southern vs 6 Nebraska Kearney

12:00 pm

1 Fort Hays State vs 9 Northeastern State

2:15 pm

4 Missouri Southern vs 5 Central Missouri

6:00 pm

2 Emporia State vs 7 Missouri Western

8:15 pm

3 Pittsburg State vs 6 Central Oklahoma

6:00 pm

Central Oklahoma vs Lindenwood

7:00 pm

Central Oklahoma

6:00 pm

Washburn

7:00 pm

Pittsburg State

1:00 pm

Fort Hays State

TBD

Missouri Western

1:00 pm

Emporia State

TBD

Northwest Missouri

1:00 pm

Nebraska-Kearney

2:00 pm

Missouri Southern

7:00 pm

Northeastern State

1:00 pm

Central Missouri

 

The first game at Hyland Arena during Thanksgiving break will be against the University of Illinois – Springfield. The Stars hold a record of 3-0, including an 106-73 win over Robert Morris – Springfield back on Nov. 19.

Last season when the two teams meet, the Lions walked away with an 84-68 win over the Stars. Michael Boos lead the team with 20 points and six rebounds, with four of his teammates also scoring double digits.

61 - 67

University of Missouri (Exhibition)

58 - 68

St. Cloud State University

70 - 68

University of Arkansas at Monticello

59 - 62

Concordia University, St. Paul

106 - 63

Greenville College

76 - 71

Missouri Baptist

83 - 40

Selma University

82 - 65

Lane College

74 - 73

Quincy University

72 - 63

University of Illinois - Springfield

3:00 pm

Baker University (Kan.)

7:30 pm

University of Central Oklahoma

3:30 pm

Northeastern State University

7:00 pm

University of Missouri - St. Louis

3:00 pm

Maryville University

7:30 pm

University of Nebraska at Kearney

3:00 pm

Washburn University

7:30 pm

Pittsburg State

7:30 pm

Emporia State

7:30 pm

Fort Hays State

7:30 pm

Lindenwood vs Missouri Southern

8:44 am

Bernardette Peters

12:13 am

Lincoln University

3:30 pm

Lindenwood vs. Missouri Western

7:30 pm

Southwest Baptist

7:30 pm

Points against MW

7:00 pm

12 Northeastern State vs 5 Pittsburg State

72 - 73

10 Missouri Western vs 7 Central Oklahoma

7:00 pm

9 Fort Hays State vs 8 Washburn

74 - 90

11 Southwest Baptist vs 6 Nebraska Kearney

7:00 pm

12 Lindenwood vs 5 Central Missouri

7:00 pm

11 Nebraska Kearney vs 6 Central Oklahoma

7:00 pm

10 Lincoln vs 7 Missouri Western

7:00 pm

9 Northeastern State vs 8 Washburn

12:00 pm

1 Northwest Missouri vs 8 Washburn

2:15 pm

4 Lindenwood vs 5 Pittsburg State

6:00 pm

2 Central Missouri vs 7 Central Oklahoma

8:15 pm

3 Missouri Southern vs 6 Nebraska Kearney

12:00 pm

1 Fort Hays State vs 9 Northeastern State

2:15 pm

4 Missouri Southern vs 5 Central Missouri

6:00 pm

2 Emporia State vs 7 Missouri Western

8:15 pm

3 Pittsburg State vs 6 Central Oklahoma

6:00 pm

Central Oklahoma vs Lindenwood

7:00 pm

Central Oklahoma

6:00 pm

Washburn

7:00 pm

Pittsburg State

1:00 pm

Fort Hays State

TBD

Missouri Western

1:00 pm

Emporia State

TBD

Northwest Missouri

1:00 pm

Nebraska-Kearney

2:00 pm

Missouri Southern

7:00 pm

Northeastern State

1:00 pm

Central Missouri

 

In the second game, the Lions will play host to Baker University. The wildcats currently sit at 4-3 overall, with several of their losses coming from a narrow margin.

The last meeting between the two teams was in 2010, when the Lions took the game 72-53. Kramer Soderberg, who is now a graduate assistant for the Lions, lead the team with 20 points.

 

 

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