The No. 2 seed Northwestern College Red Raiders defeated the hometown No. 4 seed Briar Cliff Chargers 79-67 and now move on to their third consecutive national championship appearance. “During the second half we made a decision together as a team to play together and keep pushing the ball,” said Kami Kuhlmann, Northwestern senior. After
In the final game of the quarterfinals, the No. 1 seed Concordia University Bulldogs overcame an early eight-point deficit in the second half and defeated No. 2 seed Grand View University Vikings 80-68. The Bulldogs scored 23 points off of 28 Grand View turnovers and surged to a 13-5 run in the last five minutes.
The two-time defending national champion Northwestern College Red Raiders defeated the No. 1 Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcats 57-52 in the opening game of the quarterfinals. “We didn’t expect much different than for it to be a grind and for two teams just butting heads together,” said Chris Yaw, Northwestern head coach. “Nobody wanted to go