NW falls to Dakota Wesleyan

A tough loss on the road this week to the Dakota Wesleyan Tigers ended the regular season for the Northwestern Raiders women’s basketball team. The final score of the hotly contested game was 81-72. The Raiders led for most of the first half by only a few points, but by halftime, the score was tied more »

Red Raiders stumble in final game

The Red Raiders needed to win their last two games of the regular season to be guaranteed part of the GPAC Regular Season Title. These two wins would have to come against Midland and Dakota Wesleyan, two programs that have been deemed a part of the top 25 teams in the nation. After defeating Midland more »

NW triumphs 64-55

The Northwestern Women’s basketball team took on the Mount Marty Lancers in a late-season GPAC match up on Wednesday, Feb. 8. It was a rough start for the Raiders, but NW came away with a 64-55 win over the visiting team. The first quarter of the game was a close-scoring match between the two teams. more »

Red Raiders win second in a row

After stumbling in an 82-59 loss against Morningside on Feb. 1, the Northwestern men’s basketball team was looking to recover. They did so the following Saturday, beating Doane 100-84, giving themselves momentum into their matchup against Mount Marty on Wednesday, a team that had not won a conference game. With a confident win a few more »

Northwestern upset by Morningside

After a high-scoring win Jan. 25 against Sioux County rival Dordt College, Raider men looked to keep the momentum when they took on the Morningside Mustangs this past Wednesday. Despite a solid first half, the Red Raiders fell to Morningside 82-59. The first half was fairly even with both teams going into the second half more »

Raiders drop back-to-back games

In a battle of ranked foes, the  Morningside Mustangs topped Northwestern 83-75 at the Bultman Center on Wednesday night. Morningside’s Lauren Lehmkuhl led the game in scoring with 23 points. The Raiders were led by freshman Anna Kiel’s 20 points. Sophomore Kassidy De Jong recorded a double-double for NW, pouring in 13 points and snatching more »