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Morningside College is ranked 12th in the nation in the first regular season NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll released on Dec. 3.
The Mustangs, who were ranked third in the pre-season poll, are off to a 6-3 start, including a 1-3 mark in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC). The Mustangs’ losses came against Concordia University, Midland University, and Northwestern College, which are all ranked in the Top 10.
Morningside is one of six teams from the GPAC ranked in the NAIA Top 25. Aside from Morningside, Northwestern is ranked second, Concordia is seventh, Midland is 10th, Briar Cliff University is 15th, and Hastings College in 22nd.
Morningside will face Dakota Wesleyan University on Wednesday in a 6 p.m. contest in the Rosen Verdoorn Sports Center.
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Third-ranked Morningside bowed 102-82 against a hot shooting Northwestern team in Tuesday’s GPAC women’s basketball game in Orange City, Iowa.
The defending GPAC champion Mustangs suffered their third loss in four league outings and saw their overall record drop to 6-3.
Northwestern, ranked seventh in the nation, shot 54.5 percent from the field and was especially impressive from the 3-point arc, where it bombed in 10 treys in 19 attempts. Morningside, meanwhile, made only 36.8 percent of its floor shots, including a six-for-19 showing from the 3-point arc.
The Red Raiders took control of the game early. After the Mustangs took an 8-6 lead, the hosts reeled of 12 consecutive points to go up 18-8 and were never challenged again. Northwestern maintained a double figure point lead for the rest of the contest.
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Third-ranked Morningside snapped a two-game losing streak with a 76-49 victory against Hastings College in Saturday’s GPAC women’s basketball game in Sioux City.
The Mustangs, who had dropped their first two GPAC contests of the season, shot 50.9 percent from the field and has 13 different players score. Morningside pressured Hastings into 31 turnovers and a miserable 30.9 percent shooting percentage from the field.
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The majority of Morningside men’s and women’s basketball games are broadcast on Clear Channel Radio/KWSL 1470 AM.
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Most of Morningside's home men's and women's basketball games are also broadcast live by the college's campus radio station KMSC 92.9 FM. In addition, a live video stream is also available for most Morningside home men's and women's basketball games.
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