The Saint Scholastica Men’s Basketball thrashed Augsburg 66-63 in Minneapolis on Wednesday to extend their winning streak for the first time since November.
For the second time in the game so far, the Saints survived the opposition’s final possession, in this case when Will Blascziek failed to get a 3 that fell to the Orgies in the final seconds. The Saints scored Noah when his wine set his three points he drew his foul shooting from outside the arc and tied him with 32 seconds left in the game when he knocked down all three free throws. , completely took the lead. After an opposing Augsburg layup, Nick Carlsson made his two free throws to give CSS his lead in the final three points.
It was a tight game in which neither team could hold a lead of more than four points, and it was a close game. Augsburg led at half-time with him 29–26.
Carlson (South Ridge) scored a team-high 17 points and had 10 rebounds for the Saints. Winesett added 11 and his three other Saints added 9.
CSS (6-14, 5-10 MIAC) travels to Winona to face St. Mary’s at Saturday’s matinee.
Not enough attacks for CSS women
Saint Scholastica attacked too late and too little on Wednesday. The Saints lost 56-44 in his MIAC home game against Augsburg at his gym in the Reefs of Duluth.
The Saints scored only 13 points in the first half, shooting 17% from the field (5 for 22), but were only down 10 points at halftime. The Saints’ offense rebounded significantly in the third quarter and off the field he went 6/11. The CSS scored on his two possessions in the first of the fourth quarter, and Miranda Broberg’s 3-pointer on him put him within 37-35, but Oggies then scored on his next 6:24, where he scored. Going on a 13-2 run, the Saints put the game away. Couldn’t score from the floor in that span.
Lexi Imdieke led the CSS, finishing 16 of 56 games from the field and scoring 9 points. Augsburg’s Jaley Coplin scored his 21 points and led all scorers.
CSS (1-18, 1-16 MIAC) will play at St. Mary’s in Winona on Saturday.
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