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Frontier Conference Basketball Wrap, Thursday 2/13

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Thursday night basketball coverage from the Frontier Conference.

UGF ARGOS SWEPT ON THE ROAD AT WESTMINSTER

The No. 3 Westminster College women's basketball team clinched a bye into the semi-finals of the upcoming Frontier Conference Tournament with a 70-51 win over Great Falls in the Behnken Field House.

WOMEN Westminster 70, UGF 51

On a night the three-ball wasn't falling, the Westminster College men's basketball team came up with two late to escape with a 58-54 win over Great Falls in a key Frontier Conference game in the Behnken Field House.

MEN Westminster 58, UGF 54

 

BOTH CARROLL MEN AND WOMEN LOSE BY ONE AT HOME TO MONTANA TECH

MEN MT Tech 79, Carroll 78

WOMEN MT Tech 48, Carroll 47

 

MSU NORTHERN MEN WIN, WOMEN LOSE TO MONTANA WESTERN

MEN MSU-Northern 71, Montana Western 65

WOMEN Montana Western 70, MSU-Northern 58

 

2013-14 Men's Basketball Standings

 SchoolFrontierOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
20MSU-Northern10-3.76922-5.815--12-19-21-2Won 6
11Rocky Mountain College9-3.75018-6.7500.59-25-24-2Won 5
RVWestminster College9-4.69216-10.6151.08-36-52-2Won 3
 University of Great Falls7-6.53816-10.6153.011-24-61-2Lost 1
RVMontana Western7-6.53814-10.5833.07-44-33-3Lost 1
 Lewis-Clark State College6-6.50019-8.7043.513-36-50-0Lost 1
 Montana Tech5-8.38513-12.5205.05-44-64-2Won 1
 Dickinson State University2-10.1677-17.2927.54-92-71-1Lost 5
 Carroll College2-11.1547-18.2808.05-51-131-0Lost 3
 

2013-14 Women's Basketball Standings

 SchoolFrontierOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
3Westminster College13-01.00019-2.905--10-08-21-0Won 12
16Lewis-Clark State College10-2.83323-3.8852.514-08-21-1Won 1
19MSU-Northern8-5.61518-7.7205.08-28-32-2Lost 2
 Montana Western8-5.61514-9.6095.09-24-71-0Won 6
 Carroll College6-7.46213-11.5427.07-36-70-1Lost 2
 Montana Tech5-8.3859-11.4508.06-33-70-1Won 1
 University of Great Falls4-9.30814-12.5389.09-42-73-1Lost 1
 Dickinson State University3-9.25013-14.4819.59-64-80-0Lost 5
 Rocky Mountain College0-12.0007-14.33312.51-61-75-1Lost 11
 

 

 

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