Four players scored in double-figures, led by senior Collin Seubert’s 20 points, but it was not enough as the MSOE men’s basketball team saw its season come to an end with a 76-73 loss to Wisconsin Lutheran in the NACC Tournament First Round Wednesday evening at the Recreation Complex.
The post-season is in full swing for the Raiders. Men's Basketball starts its NACC Tournament run Wednesday while Track & Field is at the NACC Championships Saturday. Wrestling, meanwhile, heads to the NCAA West Regional Championships Saturday.
Edgar and Marathon High Schools are located just 12 minutes apart if you take Highway 29 and over 200 miles away from MSOE. As it happens, those two schools have been intertwined for four seasons in the careers of Holly Denfeld and Collin Seubert —the 2013 Gannett Central Wisconsin Media Girls and Boys High School Athletes of the Year.
MSOE has a busy week ahead with a full docket of sports, including the start of the Men's Volleyball seasons. Men's Basketball faces a three-game week and Hockey has a key NCHA series against Marian on the weekend.
Men's Basketball is one of the hottest teams in the league and will stay fresh with its second-straight one-game week. Wrestling rekindles a long rivalry, while Women's Basketball and Hockey are also in action this week.
The MSOE men’s basketball team made 14 three-pointers and held one of the nation’s highest-scoring teams 20 points below its season average in handing Aurora a 77-71 loss Saturday afternoon at the Kern Center.
Three different players scored in double-figures and the MSOE men’s basketball team stifled the Concordia Wisconsin offense in posting a 65-54 victory on the road Wednesday evening at Buuck Field House.