LEWISTON, Idaho – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics has released the seventh edition of the NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll and the Lewis-Clark State College men moved up three spots to No. 3 and, for the first time in program history, received one first place vote.Read More
HELANA, Mont. – A strong second half wasn’t enough for the Lewis-Clark State College women’s basketball team to outpace Carroll College in Frontier Conference action on Saturday night. Despite shooting 56 percent in the second half, the No. 25 Warriors were outdone by No. 19 Carroll 67-60.
“You have to give Carroll a lot of credit,” said LCSC head coach Brian Orr. “I thought they outhustled us all night long. They outrebounded us all game long and their offensive rebounds down the stretch really made it hard.”Read More
HELENA, Mont. – After seeing four very close road league games slip through its fingers this season, the Lewis-Clark State College men’s basketball team finally got to enjoy a happy ending on Saturday night against Carroll College. In a battle for second place in the Frontier Conference, the No. 21 Warriors held off the Saints 62-59.
The Warriors beat Carroll by 15 points at home and were on pace to win by even more than that on the road, leading by 18 with 10 minutes to go. Nevertheless, as has been the case for Warrior road games this year, the finish ended up being another nail-biter.Read More
BILLINGS, Mont. – If there were any doubts, the Lewis-Clark State College women’s basketball team made it quite clear that it is a force to be reckoned with in the Frontier Conference thanks to a 24-point rout of Rocky Mountain College on the road on Thursday night. The No. 25 Warriors used a season-high 14 threes to thump the Battlin’ Bears 78-54.
With two straight wins, the Warriors, at 20-7 overall and 6-5 in league play, are now only a half-game out of third place in the league standings.Read More
BILLINGS, Mont. – The No. 21-ranked Lewis-Clark State College men’s basketball team suffered yet another narrow loss on the road on Thursday night against Rocky Mountain College. In what was a one-point game in the final 10 seconds, the Warriors fell to the Battlin’ Bears 90-87.
LC State, which owns a sparkling 15-1 record at home this year, is now 20-7 overall with a 6-5 record in the Frontier Conference. All five of the team’s league losses have come away from home and most of those have been decided in the final minute.Read More