LINCOLN, Ill. -- Brad Hoyt isn't a skeptic by nature, but sometimes he subscribes to the idea that seeing is believing. Saturday, he needed to be a true believer. After the John Wood Community College men's basketball team survived in overtime, beating 17t
QUINCY -- The words that formed the message Jonny Dahl wanted to deliver began to flow effortlessly as he grew more confident and comfortable with all eyes focused on him. The mix of being a little anxious and incredibly inspired is nothing new.
QUINCY -- The erratic nature of its offense put the John Wood Community College men's basketball team in an 11-point hole two minutes into the second half Wednesday night and forced Trail Blazers coach Brad Hoyt to make a move.
CANTON, Mo. -- Pat Atwell looked beyond the wins and losses when he assessed the progress of the Culver-Stockton College men's basketball program. He wanted to see if the Wildcats had the grit to become more competitive in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. "The trajectory just didn't feel right," Atwell said.
MARSHALL, Mo. -- Missouri Valley College scored the last 10 points of the game to secure a 77-70 victory over the Culver-Stockton College men's basketball team in the opening round of the Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament Monday. The Wildcats
QUINCY -- Bobby Frasco knew there'd be a throng of family members and friends waiting for him when he came out of the locker room after Saturday's game. Yet, the sheer volume of their appreciation for what he and his Quincy University men's basketball...
CANTON, Mo. -- The Culver-Stockton College men's basketball team trailed Grand View by three points with a little more than seven minutes to play before losing 94-88 in a Heart of America Athletic Conference game on Saturday at Charles Field House.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- The John Wood Community College men's basketball team climbed into the national rankings this week for the first time this season. The Trail Blazers might not be there long. No. 20 JWCC saw a six-game winning streak snapped...
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal-LaGrange University men's basketball team squandered an 11-point lead in the second half and fell apart offensively in overtime, losing 64-55 to William Woods in American Midwest Conference play Saturday.
Inside the matchup: The Hawks can achieve two significant marks with a victory. One, they would sweep the season series from the Bearcats, having won 69-67 at McKendree on Jan. 18.