A quick run down of final scores and box scores from last night.


NAIA DI Recap

Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)   def      Florida National    104-72 (Box Score)

11 LSU Shreveport (La.)  def   Southern-New Orleans (La.)                  85-75 (Box Score)

18 Mid-America Christian (Okla.) def Texas A&M Texarkana              91-85 (Box Score)

RV Central Baptist (Ark.)  def    RV Dillard (La.)                                     78-75 (Box Score)

Edward Waters (Fla.)  def   Southeastern Baptist College                  85-79 (Box Score)

Exhibition: Rockhurst University def   9 Benedictine (Kan.)                79-68 (Box Score)

Faulkner (Ala.)  def  Oakwood University                                 71-60 (Box Score)

Westmont (Calif.) def  Bethesda University of California           88-78 (Box Score)

William Jessup (Calif.)   def  New Hope Christian College          107-60 (Box Score)

Menlo (Calif.) def Westclif U. 81-63 (Box Score)

NAIA DII Recap

Brescia (Ky.) def Crowley’s Ridge (Ark.)                                                        86-63   (Box Score)    

RV Antelope Valley (Calif.)  def San Diego Christian (Calif.)                  95-57      (Box Score)

16 Jamestown (N.D.) def Valley City State (N.D.)                                       104-86    (Box Score)

Wilberforce (Ohio) def  Virgin Islands                                                          77-53   (Box Score)

Haskell (Kan.) def Baptist Bible College                                                         86-82 (Box Score)         

14 Southwestern (Kan.) def  Ozark Christian College                       103-56  (Box Score)

Concordia (Mich.) def  Wright State-Lake         100-67 (Box Score)

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