With the basketball season coming to an end soon, the Warriors are looking to stay playing as long as they can.
In a recent win over MSU-Northern, the men won in fashionable form. As per usual, the big men came to work. Trystan Bradley had a career-high 27 points.
The big man hit five three-pointers and shot 10 of 16 from the field. With nine rebounds, Bradley was one rebound short of what would have been his fourth double-double of the season.
Travis Yenor and Jake Albright made an impact as well contributing a combined 23 points. The guards seemed to struggle with the MSU-N defense, but with the big three, they couldn’t miss.
The win sent the team to the conference championship to play No. 17 Carroll College.
In a hard-fought win against Montana Western, Kiara Burlage pulled out a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds.
Jamie Nielson led the scoring with 16 points, and Jansen Edmiston added 14.
The starters seemed to pass the work around as the points were spread near equally across the board. Winning the game sends the Warrior Women to the conference championship as well.
The women will meet the Providence Argonauts to see who wins the conference.