ANDERSON — The Anderson University basketball teams swept Mount St. Joseph in a doubleheader Saturday. With the wins, both the men’s and women’s teams will advance to the conference tournament.
The Anderson University men’s basketball team was in firm control for all 40 minutes in Wednesday night’s game against Manchester, defeating the Spartans 94-70.
The Anderson University women's basketball team dropped a close game against Hanover on Wednesday night, losing 67-62 after leading by nine points in the fourth quarter.
The Anderson University men's and women's basketball teams played two close games against Bluffton on Saturday afternoon, with the women coming out on top and the men falling just short.
Anderson University’s men’s basketball team lost against the Hanover Panthers 66-53 on Wednesday. The game was tied at halftime before Hanover took advantage of fouls and offensive rebounds to pull away.
The Anderson University women’s basketball team trailed by 14 against Kalamazoo in the third quarter Monday, before closing the game by outscoring the Hornets 35-11.
The Anderson University men’s basketball team lost a back-and-forth contest to Kalamazoo on Saturday 75-68. The game featured 13 lead changes and was tied with four minutes remaining.
Tyson Harley was 47-of-65 for 573 yards with five touchdowns and two interceptions in the final game of his sensational freshman season, but Anderson University dropped a 70-54 decision at Manchester in the season finale.
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