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St. Francis falls to Indiana Wesleyan in NAIA DII title game

Saint Francis beat Indiana Wesleyan the first three times they met during the 2015-16 season, but the fourth meeting belonged to the Wildcats as IWU topped USF 69-66 in the NAIA Division II national championship game on Tuesday night in Point Lookout, Missouri.

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USF tops IU East, earns spot in NAIA title game

For the third time in the last seven seasons St. Francis will play in the NAIA Division II national championship game as the Cougars took down IU East 79-55 in the semifinals on Monday night.

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Mastodons making way to San Diego

The IPFW men’s basketball team began their long journey to San Diego on Monday afternoon as the Mastodons are set to play at San Diego State in the first round of the N.I.T. Tuesday night at 10 p.m. Eastern.

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IU East awaits USF in NAIA Final Four

The Saint Francis men’s basketball team hit the practice court on Sunday to prepare for Monday’s final four showdown with IU East .

Notre Dame guard Demetrius Jackson, left, consoles Notre Dame forward Bonzie Colson, center as they sit on the bench with Notre Dame forward Zach Auguste (30) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, Friday, March 11, 2016, in Washington.  North Carolina defeated Notre Dame 78-47. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Irish annihilated by UNC in ACC semifinals

With Marcus Paige leading the way, No. 7 North Carolina scored 24 consecutive points over a 9 1/2-minute span bridging halftime and easily beat defending champion Notre Dame 78-47 on Friday night for a spot in the ACC Tournament final.

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Saint Francis advances to NAIA Elite Eight

Top-seeded Saint Francis bested Mount Mercy 89-92 on Friday as the Cougars punched their ticket to the Elite Eight at the NAIA DII National Tournament.

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Indiana Tech falls in first round of NAIA tournament

Miles Robinson’s 23 points were not enough on Friday night for Indiana Tech as the Warriors fell to Dakota Wesleyan 93-89 in overtime in the first round of the NAIA Division II National Tournament.