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    Default NSIC Scores and Standings (12/3)

    MEN
    Southwest Minnesota State 77, Winona State 61
    Wayne State 76, Concordia-St. Paul 48
    St. Cloud State 98, Bemidji State 95
    Augustana 83, Minnesota State-Mankato 81
    Minnesota State-Moorhead 96, Minot State 87
    Mary 77, Northern State 75
    Minnesota-Duluth 75, Minnesota-Crookston 67
    Upper Iowa 78, Sioux Falls 76

    North Division
    1. Minnesota State-Moorhead (7-1, 3-0)
    2. St. Cloud State (5-5, 2-0)
    3. Mary (3-5, 2-1)
    4. Bemidji State (3-4, 1-1)
    4. Minnesota-Duluth (1-5, 1-1)
    6. Northern State (5-4, 1-2)
    7. Minnesota-Crookston (3-4, 0-2)
    8. Minot State (4-5, 0-3)

    South Division
    1. Augustana (7-1, 3-0)
    2. Upper Iowa (5-3, 2-0)
    3. Southwest Minnesota State (7-1, 2-1)
    4. Minnesota State-Mankato (5-2, 1-1)
    5. Sioux Falls (4-6, 1-2)
    5. Wayne State (2-6, 1-2)
    7. Concordia-St. Paul (3-5, 0-2)
    7. Winona State (3-3, 0-2)

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    WOMEN
    Winona State 60, Southwest Minnesota State 36
    Concordia-St. Paul 86, Wayne State 66
    Augustana 89, Minnesota State-Mankato 80
    Minnesota State-Moorhead 57, Minot State 46
    Northern State 59, Mary 38
    Sioux Falls 67, Upper Iowa 58
    Minnesota-Duluth 84, Minnesota-Crookston 77
    St. Cloud State 111, Bemidji State 107 (2OT)

    North Division
    1. Minnesota State-Moorhead (6-1, 3-0)
    1. St. Cloud State (5-2, 3-0)
    3. Minnesota-Duluth (3-3, 2-1)
    3. Northern State (6-1, 2-1)
    5. Mary (6-5, 1-2)
    6. Bemidji State (3-3, 0-2)
    6. Minnesota-Crookston (0-6, 0-2)
    8. Minot State (2-7, 0-3)

    South Division
    1. Augustana (8-2, 3-0)
    1. Winona State (8-1, 3-0)
    3. Sioux Falls (6-1, 2-1)
    4. Concordia-St. Paul (5-3, 1-1)
    4. Minnesota State-Mankato (4-1, 1-1)
    6. Southwest Minnesota State (1-6, 1-2)
    7. Upper Iowa (0-7, 0-3)
    7. Wayne State (5-3, 0-3)

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    Games for Tuesday, December 6
    Peru State at Mary (Men)

    Games for Friday, December 9
    Wayne State at Mary
    Minnesota-Duluth at Southwest Minnesota State
    St. Cloud State at Sioux Falls
    Upper Iowa at Concordia-St. Paul
    Minnesota State-Moorhead at Minnesota-Crookston
    Augustana at Minot State
    Northern State at Bemidji State
    Winona State at Minnesota State-Mankato

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    Default Re: NSIC Scores and Standings (12/3)

    I'll stick with my typical lazy approach and just ask the question without doing the research:

    When's the last time Wayne just straight up blew out a conference opponent like they did against Concordia on Saturday? Besides Crookston, I mean (if there even has been a Crookston blow-out in recent years).

    I'm glad to see that Wayne might actually be getting things figured out down there. As I mentioned after their close game against us, it would be great to have a solid travel partner again to keep teams like Moorhead/Northern from resting their starters the last 5-10 minutes of the Friday night game.

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    Default Re: NSIC Scores and Standings (12/3)

    Quote Originally Posted by MrAugustana View Post
    I'll stick with my typical lazy approach and just ask the question without doing the research:

    When's the last time Wayne just straight up blew out a conference opponent like they did against Concordia on Saturday? Besides Crookston, I mean (if there even has been a Crookston blow-out in recent years).

    I'm glad to see that Wayne might actually be getting things figured out down there. As I mentioned after their close game against us, it would be great to have a solid travel partner again to keep teams like Moorhead/Northern from resting their starters the last 5-10 minutes of the Friday night game.
    They beat Sioux Falls by 23 two seasons ago. That was their last 20-point NSIC win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanger86 View Post
    They beat Sioux Falls by 23 two seasons ago. That was their last 20-point NSIC win.
    Thanks for covering for my laziness. :)

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    Default Re: NSIC Scores and Standings (12/3)

    Quick Player of the Week predictions... (For the record, Augieholic, I miss your POTW prediction breakdowns.)

    The only two South Division teams that won both nights were Augie and Upper Iowa, and nobody from Upper Iowa put up any sort of eye-popping stats for both nights. I could see either Augie's Adam Beyer or Jordan Spencer coming away with it.

    Beyer had a career high 24 points on Friday with 4 boards, 3 assists, 1 block and 1 steal and he put up 22 points on Saturday night with 6 boards, an assist and a steal. His shooting percentages both nights were very solid too.

    Jordan Spencer went for 14 points, 12 assists, 4 boards and a steal Friday night and 20 points, 8 assists, 2 boards and 2 steals Saturday night.

    For the North, Gage Davis of St. Cloud should be a lock. Friday night: 27 points, 12 boards, 8 assists, 1 block and 1 steal. Saturday night: 27 points, 18 (no typo) boards, 2 assists and 1 steal. That's impressive, even if it was against Bemidji and Crookston.

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    Default Re: NSIC Scores and Standings (12/3)

    The Augustana kids are strong possibilities, but I'll throw Drew Guebert's name in the mix after averaging 21.5 ppg.

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    Default Re: NSIC Scores and Standings (12/3)

    Quote Originally Posted by MrAugustana View Post
    I'll stick with my typical lazy approach and just ask the question without doing the research:

    When's the last time Wayne just straight up blew out a conference opponent like they did against Concordia on Saturday? Besides Crookston, I mean (if there even has been a Crookston blow-out in recent years).

    I'm glad to see that Wayne might actually be getting things figured out down there. As I mentioned after their close game against us, it would be great to have a solid travel partner again to keep teams like Moorhead/Northern from resting their starters the last 5-10 minutes of the Friday night game.
    It has been awhile. Things are trending up in Wayne. It won't be a great team, but it looks like this will be a team that can compete on a nightly basis. Overall team defense is so much better than last year. Turnovers are down. Ball movement is better. The Concordia blowout looks nice, but Concordia is going to lose a lot of games this year. More impressive was the very close Friday night game vs Mankato. There isn't a senior on the roster, so Wayne can build from here.

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    Default Re: NSIC Scores and Standings (12/3)

    Quote Originally Posted by Stanger86 View Post
    The Augustana kids are strong possibilities, but I'll throw Drew Guebert's name in the mix after averaging 21.5 ppg.
    I could've seen that if they were trying to spread the wealth a little bit, but Beyer's numbers beat out Guebert's in every category (including shooting 73.9% from the field and hitting 5-of-6 3-pointers and 7-of-8 from the free throw line over the weekend). And, as noted, the Vikes won 2 out of 2, one of which was against the preseason conference favorite.

    That being said, I'll be fairly surprised if Guebert hasn't won his fair share of South Player of the Week awards by the end of the season.

    Looks like the official word is that Beyer is South PotW and Davis is North PotW.

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