The Roadrunners have been a force in Division II Basketball for quite some time now, and things don’t look to be changing anytime soon.
Metro State University was just one win away from the NCAA Division II championship game last Thursday when they fell short to Central Missouri 71-69 after mounting a great comeback.
A Colorado basketball team is still alive in the tournament — the Division II Tournament, were top-ranked Metropolitan State University has made it to its third straight “Elite Eight.”
Alex Hall sank two free throws with 22.8 seconds remaining to help Drury rally from a 17-point deficit to beat Metro State 74-73 and win the Division II national championship on Sunday.
Metro State basketball coach Derrick Clark inherited a crazy practice routine from former coach Mike Dunlap, and the Roadrunners are once again on a roll.