— Rylan Bergersen had a career-high 32 points as Eastern Washington beat Nebraska Omaha 92-81 on Saturday.
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- Full Schedule
— No. 3 Purdue accomplished one goal Friday by keeping the foot on the accelerator.
— Terrance Shannon Jr. scored 18 points and Texas Tech beat Omaha 96-40 on Tuesday night.
— Josh Bannan had a career-high 24 points plus 12 rebounds as Montana easily beat Omaha 68-47 on Saturday night.
— Douglas Wilson had 25 points as South Dakota State defeated Nebraska Omaha 84-71 in the Summit League Conference tourney quarterfinals on Saturday.
— Ayo Akinwole had 17 points to lead five Nebraska Omaha players in double figures as the Mavericks edged past Denver 80-76 on Saturday. Nick Ferrarini added 13 points for the Mavericks. La’Mel Robinson chipped in 12, Matt Pile scored 12 and Kyle...
— Ayo Akinwole had a career-high 32 points as Nebraska Omaha snapped its 10-game road losing streak, narrowly defeating Denver 80-76 on Friday.
— Bentiu Panoam scored 19 points as North Dakota beat Nebraska Omaha 81-69 on Saturday night. Filip Rebraca added 17 points for the Fighting Hawks, while Ethan Igbanugo chipped in 16.
— Matt Pile had 17 points and 13 rebounds as Nebraska Omaha ended its 14-game losing streak, topping North Dakota 72-62 on Friday night. La’Mel Robinson added 16 points for the Mavericks, while Ayo Akinwole chipped in 15. Akinwole also had 10 rebounds...
— Will Carius scored 22 points as Western Illinois defeated Nebraska Omaha 75-73 on Saturday night.
— A.J. Plitzuweit had a season-high 37 points as South Dakota won its ninth straight game, narrowly beating Nebraska Omaha 97-93 on Saturday night.
— Stanley Umude had 32 points as South Dakota extended its winning streak to eight games, rolling past Nebraska Omaha 91-59 on Friday night.
— Rocky Kreuser tallied 19 points and 11 rebounds to lift North Dakota State to an 80-66 win over Omaha on Saturday night.
— Rocky Kreuser recorded 19 points and 12 rebounds and Sam Griesel scored on a jumper as time expired to lead North Dakota State to a 71-69 win over Nebraska Omaha on Friday night.
— Max Abmas had a career-high 37 points as Oral Roberts topped Omaha 86-75 on Sunday.
— Kevin Obanor had a career-high 39 points plus 10 rebounds as Oral Roberts topped Nebraska Omaha 95-83 on Saturday.
— Drake Jeffries had 19 points as Wyoming narrowly beat Nebraska Omaha 82-78 on Thursday night.
— McKinley Wright IV had 17 points and eight assists and Colorado never trailed in its 91-49 win over Omaha on Wednesday.
— Ochai Agbaji and Mitch Lightfoot were held without a field goal and combined for two points when fifth-ranked Kansas needed a late 3-pointer and a missed free throw by Creighton to escape with a win earlier this week.
— D.J. Wilkins had 19 points to lead five Drake players in double figures as the Bulldogs routed Nebraska Omaha 87-66 on Thursday night.
— Two statistics stood out with Creighton coach Greg McDermott after his ninth-ranked Bluejays rolled past Omaha 94-67 Tuesday.
— Marlon Ruffin hit a pair of foul shots with 1.2 seconds left to lift Omaha to a 60-59 win over Middle Tennessee on Thursday.
— Terry Taylor had 21 points and 12 rebounds as Austin Peay beat Nebraska Omaha 72-66 on Wednesday at the Gulf Coast Showcase.
Max Abmas scored 20 points as Oral Roberts romped past cold-shooting Omaha 79-52 in the quarterfinals of the Summit League tournament on Sunday night.
Tyson Ward scored a career-high 29 points, making 4-of-4 from beyond the 3-point arc, as North Dakota State stretched its home winning streak to 11 games, romping past Omaha 87-67 on Saturday.