(Sioux Center, Iowa) The Dordt College Defender women’s basketball team moved over the .500 mark in GPAC play with an 80-63 victory over the Nebraska Wesleyan Prairie Wolves Saturday afternoon in the De Witt Gymnasium. The Defenders move to 7-6 in conference play and 13-10 overall with the victory while the ‘Wolves drop to 3-15 on the season and 1-12 in conference play.
Morningside is up next on the Dordt College women’s basketball schedule as the Mustangs travel to Sioux Center on Wednesday, January 23 for a Great Plains Athletic Conference contest scheduled for a 6 pm tip-off.
Elsewhere in GPAC Women’s Basketball Saturday:
Dordt 80, Nebraska Wesleyan 63
Mount Marty 81, Midland 64
Morningside 78, Doane 71
Briar Cliff 79, Hastings at 70 OT
Meanwhile, the Dordt College men’s basketball team used a dominating second half performance to turn a six point halftime lead into a 97-68 blow-out win over Nebraska Wesleyan in GPAC play Saturday afternoon, extending their season win/loss record to 17-5 overall, and 9-4 in the GPAC Conference.
Morningside is up next on the Dordt men’s schedule as the Mustangs travel to Sioux Center on Wednesday, January 23 for a Great Plains Athletic Conference contest scheduled for an 8 pm tip-off.
In other GPAC Men’s Basketball from Saturday:
Dordt 97, Nebraska Wesleyan 68
Midland 78, Mount Marty 56
Doane 68, Morningside 66
Hastings 82, Briar Cliff 74