On Saturday in St. Paul, Minn., the Concordia-SP defeated NMU men’s basketball team with a score of 108 to 101. The game was full of excitement and close competition between the two teams.
In the first half, the score was tied at 27-27, with both teams performing well. However, at halftime, Concordia-St. Paul took a lead of 54-36 over NMU. This was due in part to their exceptional shooting accuracy, with a field goal shooting percentage of 46.4 percent and a free throw shooting percentage of 85.7 percent.
Despite this, NMU continued to put up a strong performance, with a field goal shooting percentage of 45.1 percent and a free throw shooting percentage of 82.1 percent. They also had impressive statistics in other areas, such as rebounds (48), assists (15), steals (8), and turnovers (18).
Notably, Sam Schultz from the NMU team had an impressive performance with 12 rebounds and Brian Parzych had 4 assists. On the other hand, Antwan Kimmons from the Concordia-St. Paul team had an outstanding performance with 7 rebounds and 5 assists.
In terms of overall statistics, it was a closely contested game with both teams putting up strong performances. However, ultimately the Concordia-St