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Senior Morgan Daniels had a season-high 14 points and nine rebounds in Saturday's loss at WVU Tech
Senior Morgan Daniels had a season-high 14 points and nine rebounds in Saturday's loss at WVU Tech
Sat, Nov. 22, 2014 at 9:15 PM - [Women's Basketball]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    MONTGOMERY, W.Va. - The University of Rio Grande failed to maintain a 12-point first half lead and then came up empty in a frantic attempt to force overtime in the closing seconds as West Virginia University-Tech held on to defeat the RedStorm, 77-75, in non-conference women's basketball action as part of the Neal Baisi Classic at the Baisi Athletic Center.
    Head coach David Smalley's team, which began the season with four straight wins, suffered its second consecutive loss to a team from the Mountain State in a five-day span after dropping a 61-53 decision at West Virginia State University on Tuesday.
    WVU Tech, which defeated another Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference school - Alice Lloyd College - in the opening round of the Classic on Friday, improved to 5-3 with the win.

Senior guard Evan Legg scored a career-high 22 points in Saturday's win over Barber-Scotia
Senior guard Evan Legg scored a career-high 22 points in Saturday's win over Barber-Scotia
Sat, Nov. 22, 2014 at 8:50 PM - [Men's Basketball]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    MONTGOMERY, W.Va. - The University of Rio Grande men's basketball team used a monster scoring surge over the final 10 minutes of the first half to open up a 25-point halftime lead and the RedStorm went on to post an easy 98-68 win over Barber-Scotia (N.C.) College in the final round of the Neal Baisi Classic, Saturday afternoon, at West Virginia University-Tech's Baisi Athletic Center.
    Rio Grande rebounded from its first loss of the season on Friday to Washington Adventist (Md.) University to get its sixth win in seven tries.
    The Sabres slipped to 1-7 with the loss.

Rio's Kasey Crow races Cumberland's Taylor Nay to the ball in Saturday's NAIA tourney game
Rio's Kasey Crow races Cumberland's Taylor Nay to the ball in Saturday's NAIA tourney game
Sat, Nov. 22, 2014 at 8:40 PM - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    LEBANON, Tenn. - Third-seeded Cumberland University scored four times in the final 34-1/2 minutes to break open a tight game and defeat the University of Rio Grande, 5-0, in the opening round of the NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship Tournament, Saturday afternoon, at Lindsey Donnell Stadium.
    Cumberland, ranked No. 11 in the final regular season coaches' poll, improved to 16-3-1 with the win.
    Rio Grande, which qualified for the tourney by virtue of winning the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament championship, saw its most successful season in the program's history end at 12-6.
    The RedStorm, who were making their first-ever national tournament appearance, established a new single-season school record for victories.

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