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The Journal Gazette

Sunday, February 04, 2018 1:00 am

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Lienhoop gets mark in Cougars' win

Journal Gazette

Bryce Lienhoop had 28 points and nine rebounds in Saint Francis's 87-74 men's basketball win over host Goshen on Saturday, becoming the first player in the program's 54-year history to go over both 1,000 career points and rebounds. 

The senior has 1,715 points and 1,001 rebounds. 

Chandler White added 21 points and 11 rebounds for NAIA Division II No. 3 Saint Francis (22-4, 12-2 Crossroads League).

INDIANA TECH 68, ROCHESTER 66: In Rochester Hills, Michigan, Darren Groves scored 18 points as the NAIA Division II No. 5 Warriors rallied in the second half and held off Rochester..

ADRIAN 70, TRINE 67: In Adrian, Michigan, Pete Smith scored 24 points, and Myles Copeland added 22 but the Thunder (9-12, 5-5 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association) fell. 

TRANSYLVANIA 85, MANCHESTER 84: In North Manchester, the Spartans (5-16, 3-11 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference) lost despite 20 points from Adrian Johnson.

BETHEL 77, GRACE 75: In Winona Lake, Matt Jennings and Jaret Son scored 21 apiece in the Lancers' loss. 

INDIANA WESLEYAN 100, HUNTINGTON 73: In Marion, Konner Platt scored 11 points, but the Foresters (10-16, 6-8 Crossroads League) lost.

Women

TRINE 74, ADRIAN 35: In Angola, Brandi Dawson scored 17 points to lead the NCAA Division III No. 8 Thunder.

INDIANA TECH 69, ROCHESTER 65: In Rochester Hills, Michigan, DeAnn Kaufman scored 26 points as the NAIA Division II No. 8 Warriors won their 16th straight game. 

SAINT FRANCIS 74, GOSHEN 50: In Goshen, Kara Gerka had 22 points and Lindley Kistler 21 for the Cougars (15-10, 7-6 Crossroads League).

GRACE 76, BETHEL 50: In Winona Lake, Brooke Sugg scored 22 points, 18 in the second half, to lead the Lancers (14-12, 8-6 Crossroads League).

TRANSYLVANIA 60, MANCHESTER 45: In North Manchester, Haley Farris scored 14 points in the Spartans' loss.

INDIANA WESLEYAN 67, HUNTINGTON 64: In Marion, Sarah Fryman and Hailey Krewald each had 20 points in the Foresters' loss.