Nebraska Wesleyan University freshman Sadie Struebing was named to the All-Independent Women’s Basketball Team that was announced by the Association of Division III Independents (AD3I). Struebing was named to the All-Independent Second-Team.
Two members of the Nebraska Wesleyan University women’s basketball team received All-GPAC honors on Wednesday (Mar. 5) when the Hauff Mid-America Sports/Great Plains Athletic Conference all-conference teams were announced. Senior Devan Aschtgen and freshman Sadie Struebing received All-GPAC honorable mention recognition.
Top-seeded Chapman University defeated Nebraska Wesleyan University, 62-45, in the final game of the AD3I West Region women’s basketball tournament on Saturday (Mar. 1) in Lincoln, Neb., to earn the tournament championship. University of California-Santa Cruz won the consolation game, 61-47, over the University of Dallas.
The official pairings for the Association of Division III Independents (AD3I) West Region women’s basketball tournament were released Monday morning. The tournament, hosted by Nebraska Wesleyan University, will be played Feb. 29th and March 1 at Snyder Arena in Lincoln, Neb.
Concordia University opened the second half on an 11-2 run to open up an 18-point lead and the 10th-ranked Bulldogs held off Nebraska Wesleyan for a 94-71 victory on Wednesday night (Feb. 13) at Snyder Arena in Lincoln, Neb. Concordia improves to 23-4 overall and 12-4 in the GPAC, while Nebraska Wesleyan falls to 5-17 and 2-13 in the league.
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