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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/13/2020


Men’s College Basketball: 


Dominican 77, Marian 60

--Matt Hickey scored 11 points off the bench to lead the Sabres in the loss

Midwest Conference: 

Ripon College 83, Cornell College 62

--Trent Jones scored 27 points to lead the Red Hawks past the Rams for their sixth straight win. 


UW-Oshkosh 66, UW-Stevens Point 59

--Jack Flynn scored 20 points to lead the Titans to a road win over the Pointers

UW-Platteville 70, UW-Whitewater 68

UW-La Crosse 94, UW-Stout 62

UW-Eau Claire 70, UW-River Falls 66

Wisconsin Collegiate Conference:

UWO-Fond du Lac 94, UWSP-Marshfield 81

--Nick Breakbush scored 29 points to lead the Falcons to the win in the opening round of the WCC playoffs. 

Big East: 

#15 Villanova 72, #18 Marquette 71

--Markus Howard scored 24 points to lead Marquette in the loss. 

Big Ten: 

Michigan 79, Northwestern 54

Ohio State 72, Rutgers 66

Women’s College Basketball: 

Midwest Conference: 

Ripon College 50, Cornell College 42

--Allison Leslie scored 15 points, while Bonnie Jensen had a game-high 14 rebounds as the Red Hawks won over the Rams at home to pick up their fourth straight victory. 


UW-Oshkosh 66, UW-Stevens Point 55

--Leah Porath scored 17 points to lead the Titans to the home-court win over the Pointers

UW-Whitewater 59, UW-Platteville 55

UW-La Crosse 76, UW-Stout 61

UW-Eau Claire 66, UW-River Falls 48


Indiana 118, Milwaukee 111

--Playing without Giannis for the second straight game, the Bucks fell in their final game before the All Star break against the Pacers in Indianapolis. Dante DiVincenzo scored 19 points off the bench to lead Milwaukee, who shot just 40 percent from the field for the game. Khris Middleton scored 17 points to lead the Bucks’ starters. The Bucks head into the break with a 46-8 record, and return to action a week from today (February 20th) against the Detroit Pistons. 

Charlotte 115, Minnesota 108

Orlando 116, Detroit 112 (OT)


Vancouver 3, Chicago 0

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