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Crowd helps charge Briar Cliff to victory

Emily Walker, who scored 25 of the College the Ozarks' 67 points, making her the top scorer for the team, runs past a Briar Cliff defender on Friday night's round two game. Photo by Caitlin Hein/HC Media

By: Nikki Sherrill/Print; McKenzie Wedel/Video; Caitlin Hein/Photos; Ross Struss/Audio No. 2 seed College of the Ozarks (MO) and No. 3 seed Briar Cliff (IA) both brought their fan sections to their second round matchup in the 2013 NAIA Women’s Division II National Basketball Tournament, raising the noise in the Tyson Events Center. However, only the Briar Cliff fans were

Raiders move on to championship

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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

Round Three Recap

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Game 1– The two-time defending national champions, Northwestern College Red Raiders, defeated the No. 1 Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcats 57-52 in the opening game of the quarterfinals. In the first half, Indiana Wesleyan narrowed an early 19-12 Red Raider lead to a one-point margin, as Northwestern led at half 21-20. In the second half, the Red