Nov 15, 2019 4:05 AM

MSU-Denver forces Chadron State into must-win finale to make post-season Friday night

Posted Nov 15, 2019 4:05 AM

By: John Murphy

CSC Sports Information

The Chadron State College volleyball team fell to MSU-Denver in three sets Thursday night, 25-15, 25-13, 25-13.


With the loss, Chadron State is now tied for eighth in the conference with UCCS, who owns the tiebreaker against the Eagles. The Mountain Lions faces Colorado Mines tomorrow night.


If UCCS loses to Mines and the Eagles win, the Eagles will make the playoffs. If both teams lose, UCCS will win the tiebreaker, or if UCCS wins and CSC loses, the Mountain Lions will have the eighth spot outright.


In Thursday night's match, the Eagles were out hit by MSU-Denver .394 to .070.


Shelby Schouten and Rylee Greiman tied for a team high six kills for CSC. Schouten hit .200 to lead the pair.


Setter Tori Strickbine finished with 13 assists.


Ashton Burdit led the Eagles with 19 digs to be the only one in double-figures for CSC. Chandler Hageman had a team high two blocks.


Kayla White led the Roadrunners with 16 kills. Rylee Hladky and Avaline LaI both finished in double digits with 12 and 10 kills, respectively. Lai hit a team high .563.


Joli Sadler had 25 assists while Jessa Megenhardt had 23.


Caiden Rexius and Hladky each had double digit kills. Rexius finished with 21 and Hladky had 15. Ember Canty had a match high four blocks.


Tomorrow night is senior night, as Asthon Burditt, Timmi Keisel, Kelly Murphy, Shelby Schouten and Katie Thoeny will be honored for the Eagles. Fans are asked to arrive early to take in the festivities. First serve is scheduled for 6 p.m.


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Nov 15, 2019 4:05 AM
Eagles fall in overtime at UNK

By: Kaleb Center

CSC Sports Information

KEARNEY, Neb. October 13, 2019 -- The Chadron State College men's basketball team took Nebraska-Kearney to overtime Wednesday night, falling 87-79.


CSC trailed 12-7 before roaring back, with an 11-1 run, to lead by double digits at halftime, by a score of 36-24.

The Eagles were in charge of the second half until the Lopers' Austin Luger tied the game by hitting a three-pointer with 13 seconds remaining in regulation, forcing the extra period.

In the overtime period the Lopers were 9-of-11 from the free-throw line to seal their win.

Chadron State shot 49.1 percent from the field, while allowing Kearney slightly less, at 47.5 percent.

"The thing I do feel positive about," said CSC Head Men's Basketball Coach Houston Reed, "is that we shot well. We can put that basketball in the hole. If we don't shoot poorly in overtime, those numbers go up.

For Chadron State, Brian Rodriguez-Flores again led with 21 points. Jacob Jefferson was next with 20 points, and he led the team in rebounding with eight boards.

Jake Walker was the leading scorer for the Lopers with 20 points. 

The Eagles go to Aberdeen, South Dakota, this weekend, for a neutral-site meeting with the University of Sioux Falls on Friday, as well as an away game on Saturday at Northern State. Both games are hosted by Northern, and both are at 4:30 MT.