Winston Shepard had the first triple-double in SDSU history, finishing with 10 points, 10 rebounds and a career-high 12 assists as the Aztecs ran past IPFW 79-55 Tuesday night in the opening roun
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 78-64
- 11/16MNCHW 85-53
- 11/18W 80-77
- 11/21W 87-67
- 11/24W 57-53
- 11/27W 71-63
- 11/28W 64-58
- 11/29L 75-53
- 12/3W 75-73
- 12/5L 96-79
- 12/9L 90-65
- 12/12W 85-68
- 12/19W 95-89
- 12/22W 89-86
- 12/30W 90-84
- 1/2PNCW 126-95
- 1/6W 85-65
- 1/9W 65-64
- 1/14L 92-76
- 1/16W 106-101
- 1/21W 79-74
- 1/23L 84-82
- 1/28W 68-63
- 1/31W 88-67
- 2/4W 95-82
- 2/6L 62-46
- 2/13W 88-84
- 2/18W 91-79
- 2/20W 94-90
- 2/25W 87-75
- 2/27L 80-77
- 3/5W 86-70
- 3/7L 69-68
- 3/152L 79-55
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Nine of ten No. 1 seeds have lost so far
Ten No. 1 seeds have completed their conference tournaments, and just one has cut down the nets. Top seeds Saint Mary's, Stony Brook and Wagner have reached title games.
Carlin Dupree's layup with 4 seconds left lifted fifth-seeded North Dakota State -- which trailed by as many at 18 -- over No. 4 seed IPFW 69-68 in a Summit League tournament semifinal on Monday
Joe Lunardi's Bracketology: No. 15 Seeds
- East: UNC-Asheville Bulldogs
- West: Weber State Wildcats
- South: New Mexico State Aggies
- Midwest: IPFW Mastodons
John Konchar had 16 points and 16 rebounds and IPFW rolled to an 86-70 victory over South Dakota on Saturday night in a Summit League Tournament quarterfinal.
Darell Combs tied a career-high with six 3s and scored 31 points to lead IUPUI to an 80-77 win over IPFW in the season finale for both teams on Saturday.
WATCH: IPFW vs. IUPUI
Max Landis attempts to lead the Mastodons to a fifth-straight win while the Jaguars are hungry after dropping two close games. Live on ESPN3
Max Landis made five 3-pointers and finished with 24 points to lead IPFW to an 87-75 victory over Western Illinois on Thursday night for its fourth-straight win.
JOE LUNARDI'S BRACKETOLOGY: No. 15 Seeds
- East: UAB Blazers
- West: New Mexico State Aggies
- South: IPFW Mastodons
- Midwest: Weber State Wildcats
JOE LUNARDI'S BRACKETOLOGY: No. 15 Seeds
- East: IPFW
- West: Weber State
- South: New Mexico State
- Midwest: UAB
DeAngelo Stewart scored 23 points, and Michael Calder's go-ahead 3-point play with 1:08 to play lifted IPFW past Omaha 94-90 on Saturday night.
John Konchar had 22 points and 12 rebounds and IPFW moved alone into first place in the Summit League with a 91-79 win over South Dakota State on Thursday night.
Max Landis scored 30 points on 9-for-13 shooting and passed out seven assists to help IPFW hold off Denver 88-84 Saturday night and maintain a share of first place in the Summit conference standi
A.J. Jacobson made five 3-pointers and scored 22 points and North Dakota State knocked off Summit League leader IPFW 62-46 on Saturday.
Max Landis missed his first shot of the game, a 3-pointer, but not many more as he poured in a school-record 44 points to lead IPFW past South Dakota, 95-82 on Thursday night.
Max Landis had 19 points and six assists and IPFW defeated Western Illinois 88-67 on Sunday to keep pace atop the Summit League.
Max Landis scored 28 points, John Konchar added 16 with 14 rebounds and IPFW rallied in the second half to defeat Oral Roberts 68-63 on Thursday night.
Darell Combs scored 20 points, Marcellus Barksdale added 13 and the winning layup with one second left and IUPUI beat IPFW 84-82 on Saturday night.
John Konchar had a career-high 19 rebounds to go with 10 points on Thursday night, and IPFW surged late to beat North Dakota State 79-74.
Max Landis scored a career-high 37 points, Michael Calder hit a go-ahead 3-pointer in overtime, and IPFW beat Nebraska-Omaha 106-101, ending the Mavericks' six-game winning streak.
George Marshall scored a career-high 28 points and Deondre Parks tied his career best with 26 and South Dakota State snapped IPFW's seven-game winning streak with a 92-76 victory over the Mastodo
Max Landis scored 19 points as IPFW held on for its seventh-straight win, edging Denver 65-64 on Saturday night.
Mo Evans scored 20 points with nine assists as IPFW notched its sixth-straight win, beating South Dakota 85-65 on Wednesday night.
Max Landis scored 21 points to help lead IPFW withstand Oral Roberts 90-84 on Wednesday night in the Summit League opener for both teams.