Northwest University, the No. 8 seed, bounced defending champion Cornerstone (Mich.) from the NAIA Division II men's basketball tournament...
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. — Northwest University, the No. 8 seed, bounced defending champion Cornerstone (Mich.) from the NAIA Division II men’s basketball tournament with a 79-71 victory.
Jordan Call led five Northwest players in double figures with 21 points. Rich Skillman had 17 and Ryan Dornik scored 11 off the bench.
Dan Prossehl had 14 points for Cornerstone (19-12) to go with 12 rebounds.
Northwest (28-4) faces ninth-seed Northwestern (Iowa) at 1 p.m. Pacific Friday. Northwestern (26-6) rolled to a 95-69 win over Tennessee Wesleyan.
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