Player of the Year candidate Derrick White lead his Mountain Lions to their first ever RMAC title with an impressive 37-point performance.
After falling to CSU Pueblo in the first round of the RMAC Tournament, the Skyhawks are hoping to get some help and garner an eight seed in the NCAA Division II Tournament.
The Mavericks continue to gain ground in hopes of becoming a perennial powerhouse.
Alec Peters is not just a scorer. The 6’9” forward proved that in the first half of Valparaiso’s regular season finale against Cleveland State, passing out of double teams and attempting just two shots.
With the Mountain West Conference tournament less than a week away, there’s a lot on the line for the Rams in their final showdown with the Aggies.
After having beat Fort Lewis in the quarterfinals of the RMAC Shootout, the Thunderwolves look to redeem themselves from two losses to Metro State earlier this season.
Coming in as a 2 seed and RMAC Co-Champions, Colorado Mines may have overlooked No. 7 seed Adams State.
It just so happens that Colorado has become a mecca of talented Division II basketball teams, and UCCS is quickly on the rise to the top of the pack.
With the Big Sky Conference battling it out for the No. 16 seed in the 2015 NCAA Tournament, the University of Northern Colorado is still optimistic about making their second ever tournament appearance in school history.
A lot of people see the Colorado School of Mines as the state’s premier school of science and technology, but they might start seeing it as the state’s premier school for Division II Basketball.