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One year ago, Makayla Hewell was questioning if she wanted to continue her collegiate running career after fracturing her ankle. It was ultimately a decision that, among others, led to her transferring to Northwest from Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia. Read more

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The poorly-lit table seating at Carson’s Sports Grill was an unusual place for a basketball season to end. But that’s where it ended for Northwest men’s basketball March 12, less than a week after its fifth straight MIAA Tournament Championship victory that was supposed to propel the team in… Read more

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was well after he’d entered the game off the bench nearly seven minutes into the contest and scored 16 first-half points when Northwest freshman forward Wes Dreamer took his seat behind a black-clothed table, in front of an MIAA-branded backdrop. Read more

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In the aftermath of Northwest men’s basketball’s 75-54 win over Lincoln University March 5 in the second round of the MIAA tournament at Municipal Auditorium, Lincoln coach John Moseley sat behind a table doused in a black table cloth and leaned over a microphone with clea… Read more

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After the final buzzer sounded, Erika Schlosser met with her team and then proceeded to a room that lined the upper-deck inside of Municipal Auditorium for what was Northwest women’s basketball’s final postgame press conference of the season. Read more

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When Northwest women’s basketball coach Austin Meyer sat next to men’s basketball coach Ben McCollum in front of a group of reporters March 3 at the Northwest Athletics Media Luncheon, it was one of the seldom times the duo did an interview together. Read more

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Regardless of how Northwest men’s basketball plays in its trip to the MIAA Tournament March 5-8 at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri, the Bearcats will likely host the NCAA’s Central Region Tournament at Bearcat Arena March 14-17.