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The 3A 19th ranked Bruins (4-1) struggled throughout the first half from the field and Alexandria built a 39-24 lead at the half. The Bruins mounted a huge rally, outscoring the Tigers by 10 in the second half and getting within 3 points before falling for the first time this year, 64-59. The Bruins, who have struggled against the Tigers in the 50-year series, lost for the 37th time in 50 tries in front of the largest crowd of the year in Bruin Gym.
Sophomore is scoring at a 38.0 points per game clip after 4 games
ORANGE CITY, Iowa – Fifth-ranked Northwestern broke to a 12-3 first-quarter lead and went on to defeat No. 25 Midland University 95-71 in women's basketball.
Iowa State, Omaha, Kansas and Missouri were all winners in women's regional college basketball on Sunday.
After sitting out the first eight games with a foot injury, 6-foot-8 sophomore forward K.J. Santos made his debut with 11 minutes against Oral Roberts. He didn't score, but he helped hold the defensive fort after sophomore center Jeremiah Tilmon and junior back-up Reed Nikko both encountered foul trouble. Santos averaged 7.1 points and 4.2 rebounds per game two seasons back at Illinois-Chicago. He is still another Tiger who gained importance after sophomore forward Jontay Porter suffered his season-ending knee injury.
The Bears snapped their five-game losing streak by handling Western Kentucky 84-78. Junior forward Tulio Da Silva (18 points, six rebounds), senior guard Ryan Kreklow (15 points, seven rebounds) and JUCO transfer guard Keandre Cook (15 points) led the way for first-year coach Dana Ford. Since gaining his eligibility waiver earlier season, Da Silva, a transfer from South Florida, has averaged 17 points and 6.8 rebounds in four games.
Arizona had the lead in the second half after trailing by as many as 19 points in the first.