The last second 3-point attempt from the right wing in the waning seconds, though, bounced off the rim as time expired, leaving Kansas Wesleyan won the short end of a 64-62 score against Haskell Indian Nations on Wednesday night at Mabee Arena.
Haskell enjoyed dominating 45-31 rebounding advantage that included a whopping 17 offensive rebounds.
Haskell’s forte is forcing turnovers with its full-court pressure. Bethany had 28 turnovers and Hastings 30 in the Indians’ two previous games.
Freshman Kasey Rice led Haskell with 23 points while Tia Woods had 13 and 10 rebounds and added 6 steals.