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Rikke Randrup receives All-American honors

Rikke Randrup    Rikke Randrup, a sophomore from Ringsted, Denmark, was named a 2014 NJCAA Division 1 second team All-American.

    “We are very proud of Rikke. Her hard work and determination to always improve was a huge asset to our program. Rikke is a player who goes above and beyond expectation in practice and in games.  Rikke started 23 games for us this season.  She scored 15 goals (No. 43 nationally), had 16 assists (No. 10 nationally), and compiled 46 total points (No. 29 nationally). Her presence on the field was key to the success we had this season,” said Joshua Smith, NOC head women’s soccer coach.

    


 Jamee Moore   Kevin KuteyiMavericks Head Women’s Basketball Coach Greg Krause announces the Northern Oklahoma College women’s basketball player of the week and Men’s Head Coach Donnie Jackson announces the men’s player of the week.

    The women's player of the week is Jamee Moore, a sophomore from Oklahoma City and Putnam City High School graduate; and the men’s player of the week is Kevin Kuteyi a sophomore from Lanham, Md.

    “For the three games last week, Jamee averaged 21.7 points, 4.3 rebounds, 3.3 steals and 3.7 assists per game.

    Jamee has been providing us with outstanding leadership during a very demanding schedule. She’s fulfilling her role as one of our primary players,” Krause said.

    The Lady Mavs lost two and won one game last week. They beat Murray State in double overtime 112-106; and lost to NOC Enid 87-70 and Pratt (Kan.) 78-74. They are 8-7 overall and 1-3 in conference play as of Dec. 8.

    The women’s next game is against Pratt (Kan.) at Pratt, Jan. 2, 2015. Their next home game will be Jan. 8, when they take on conference foe Carl Albert at 6 p.m., followed by the men at 8 p.m.

    “In 3 games this week, Kevin helped lead the team to 2 wins by scoring 45 total points, including two 19 point games.  He is starting to be more aggressive offensively, and it has propelled the team.  Kevin works extremely hard and is a blue collar guy,” said Jackson.

    The NOC men’s team stands at 9-4 overall and 2-2 in conference as of Dec. 8. Last week they won two and lost one game. They beat Murray state 74-53 and Oklahoma Wesleyan 107-65, and lost to NOC Enid 89-79.
The men will travel to Arkansas City to participate in the Cowley Classic Dec. 12 and 13. They play Butler Community College on the twelfth and Pratt (Kan.) the thirteenth, both games are at 5 p.m. They will travel to Wichita Dec. 31 to play Barton Community College in a scrimmage game, and travel to Parsons, Kan. Jan. 5, 2015 to take on Labette Community College at 7 p.m. Their next home game is at 8 p.m. Jan. 8, 2015 when they will host Carl Albert.

Sandlin and Noel earn NOC player of the week honors

 Alicia Sandlin   Torey NoelMavericks Head Women’s Basketball Coach Greg Krause announces the Northern Oklahoma College women’s basketball player of the week and Men’s Head Coach Donnie Jackson announces the men’s player of the week.

    The women's player of the week is Alicia Sandlin, a freshman from Blanchard, Okla.; and men’s player of the week is Torey Noel, a freshman from Midwest City.

    “Alicia is doing good work on the boards and is also providing the team with some offense. She scored 18 points and had 8 rebounds in our game against Allen County; and scored 8 points and had 4 rebounds versus Cloud County,” Krause said.

    The Lady Mavs defeated Allen County 89-74, lost to Seminole State 71-64 and Cloud County 74-54. Their record stands at 7-5 overall for the season and 0-2 in conference play as of Nov. 30.

    “Torey was a huge contributor in our come from behind victory over Seminole State College.  He scored 12 points, had 3 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals, and brought energy to the team in a much needed stretch to push us over the hump.  Torey is a freshman starter from Midwest City and works very hard on his studies.  He is one of the leaders on the team,” said Jackson.

    The Men beat Seminole State 64-58, which was a conference game; and are now 7-3 overall for the season and 1-1 in conference play as of Nov. Nov. 30

    The Mavs take on NOC Enid at Enid Dec. 2 and Murray State at Tishomingo Dec. 4, both are conference games. They return home Dec. 6, when the women play Pratt (Kan.) at 2 p.m. and the men take on Oklahoma Wesleyan at 4 p.m. The men will travel to Arkansas City to participate in the Cowley Classic Dec. 12. They play Butler at 5 p.m., Dec. 12 and Pratt at 5 p.m. Dec. 13.


Gray and Rhodes earn NOC player of the week honors

  Raetchel Gray  Jarrid RhodesMavericks Head Women’s Basketball Coach Greg Krause announces the Northern Oklahoma College women’s basketball player of the week and Men’s Head Coach Donnie Jackson announces the men’s player of the week.

    The women's player of the week is Raetchel Gray. Gray is a sophomore from Allen and attended Byng High School. The men’s player of the week is Jarrid Rhodes a freshman from Palmetto, Fla.

    “Raetchel continues to be a consistent scorer and team leader. She also filled in at point guard last week to cover for an injury to Paj Jackson. She averaged 15.3 points per game in the last three games, and scored 22 points in Saturday’s win over Allen, shooting 6-6 from the free throw line and 4-8 from the three point line,” Krause said.

    In last week’s contests, the Lady Mavs lost to Cowley County 95-50 and NEO 69-47 and defeated Allen 89-74 at home Saturday. Their record stands at 7-3 for the season and 0-1 in conference play as of Nov. 23.

    “In the last two games, Nov. 20 and 24, Jarrid averaged 13.5 points-per-game in helping the Mavs go 1-1. He is an excellent student and has been excelling on and off the court,” said Jackson.

    The Mavs lost two and won one game from Nov. 18 - 24. They lost to Cowley County 82-69 and NEO 84-63 and defeated Seminole State 64-58. They are now 7-3 overall and 1-1 in conference play as of Nov. 25.

    The women travel to Concordia, Kan., to play Cloud Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. The men and women travel to Enid Dec. 2 for the bedlam contest against NOC Enid, women at 6 p.m. and men 8 p.m. and then to Tishomingo to play Murray State Dec. 4 at 6 and 8 p.m. The men and women are at home Dec. 6 when the women play Pratt at 2 p.m. and the men take on Oklahoma Wesleyan at 4 p.m. Seminole, NOC Enid and Murray are all conference games.


Gray and Sangoyomi earn NOC player of the week honors

Raetchel GrayValentine Sangoyomi Mavericks Head Women’s Basketball Coach Greg Krause announces the Northern Oklahoma College women’s basketball player of the week and Men’s Head Coach Donnie Jackson announces the men’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Raetchel Gray, a sophomore from Byng High School in Ada Oklahoma; and men’s player of the week is Valentine Sangoyomi, a freshman from Nigeria.
“Raetchel’s play is very focused and she has established herself as an outstanding leader of our team. She leads the team with 18.4 points per game and 2.3 steals per game, she scored 29 points against Oklahoma Wesleyan JV and 13 points against Cloud,” Krause said.
The Lady Mavs defeated Oklahoma Wesleyan JV 105-55 and suffered their first loss of the season against Cloud 75-68, last week. Their record stands at 6-1 for the season as of Nov. 17.
“Valentine averaged 7 points and 7 rebounds this week in helping the Mavs go 3-1 for the week. Valentine continues to get better on the basketball court and thrives in the classroom. He works extremely hard and is a great student-athlete,” said Jackson.
The Men defeated Labette 78-56, Southwestern Christian 85-48, OnPoint Hoops Academy 132-51 and lost for the first time this season to Allen 76-68. They are now 6-1 for the season as of Nov. 17
The Mavs take on NEO at Miami, Okla. Nov. 20, women at 5:30 p.m. and men at 7:30 p.m. The women play Allen at Tonkawa Nov. 22 at 2 p.m. The men and women are at home Nov. 24 when they play Seminole State, women at 6 p.m. and men at 8. The women travel to Concordia, Kan., Nov. 26 to take on Cloud at 6 p.m. The NEO and Seminole State contests are both conference games.


Molina and Blakley earn NOC player of the week honors

Roberto MolinaSarah Blakley Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, andHead Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Sarah Blakley, a freshman from Enid; and men’s player of the week is Roberto Molina, a freshman from Forney, Texas.
“Sarah's hustle, communication and refusal to quit, helped the team to give Navarro a tough game. Despite a 2-0 loss, the team fought hard and played No. 5 ranked Navarro very close. Sarah's ability to challenge their dynamic forwards enabled us to continue moving the ball forward and not allow them to get good looks on frame,” Smith said.
“Roberto had his best game of the year with five saves in the district semi-final,” DuRoy said.
Jeremy Hise, NOC athletic director, had this to say about Northern’s soccer season, “Congratulations to Coach Smith, Coach Parsons, Coach DuRoy, Coach Lavoie and the men’s and women’s soccer teams.
“Our women’s team dominated their opposition, outscoring their opponents 78-18 this season. They won the NJCAA Region II Tournament, the first Region II Championship for head coach Joshua Smith in his first year at Northern. Their season ended in a tough loss to the fifth ranked team in the nation Navarro Saturday afternoon. Northern ended the season as the No. 14 ranked team in the nation, had two national players of the week this season and numerous other individual regular season and post-season awards."
“Our men’s team also dominated their opposition this year, outscoring their opponents 56-19 this season. They ended the season with a 17-3-1 record. They were the OCAC Conference Champs and the NJCAA Region II Champs. They were ranked as high as seventeenth in the nation throughout the season. Their season came to an end with a tough loss to Coffeyville last Thursday.Coach DuRoy was named Region II Coach of the Year and won his sixteenth Region II Championship. Northern had the Conference Player of the Year and Region II All-Tournament Player of the year and numerous other individual regular season and post-season awards."


Bell and Rodriguez earn NOC player of the week honors

Patrick BellThirley Rodriguez Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, andHead Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Thirley Rodriguez, a freshman from Forney, Texas; and men’s player of the week is Patrick Bell, a sophomore from Muskogee.
“Thirley has been a huge part of our midfield all season. Her scrappy, physical play as well as her willingness to never quit was a key to our success in the regional tournament,” Smith said.
“Patrick played every minute in the Mavericks championship run through the Region 2 Tournament. He led the defense that allowed just one goal in the two games,” DuRoy said.
The NOC men and women competed in the Region II Tournament at Miami, Okla. last weekend and both teams secured the regional championship title. The men defeated Eastern 3-1 and shut out NEO in the championship game 2-0. The women beat Rose State 3-1 Saturday and went on to defeat Eastern 4-0 in the Sunday championship match.
The teams will now move on to compete in the district playoffs. The NOC women will host the tournament in Tonkawa Nov. 8 and 9. The Lady Mavs will play Navarro College at 11 a.m. Saturday and Eastern will take on the Region 5 champ. The Saturday winners will compete Sunday at 1:30 p.m. for the district championship and advance to nationals.
The NOC men will travel to Topeka, Kan. and take on Coffeyville, Kan. at 1:30 p.m., Nov. 6. Hill College will compete against the Region 6 winner at 11 a.m. Nov. 6. Thursday’s winners will automatically qualify for nationals since the first and second place teams from district will advance. The championship game will be played Nov. 7.
The district champs will go on to compete in the national tournaments scheduled for Nov. 17-22; the women will play at Melbourne Fla. and the men at Prescott, Ariz.

Other honors announced at the regional tournament were:
NJCAA Region 2 All-Tournament Team - men:
· Cesar Aguirre - Rose State
· Sergio Tapia – Eastern
· Rodney Geremia - NEO
· John De La Torre - NEO
· Jordon James - NEO
· Roberto Molina - NOC
· Tyler Hall - NOC
· Edgar Delgadillo - NOC
· Theo Ostas - NOC
· Brian Pinnock -NOC
Tournament Men’s MVP – NOC Maverick Rickardo Oldham

OCAC Men’s Soccer Player of the Year:Rickardo Oldham, NOC Tonkawa sophomore from Kingston, Jamaica

OACC Men’sSoccer Coach of the Year:Michael DuRoy NOC Tonkawa, head men’s soccer coach

NJCAA Region II All-Tournament Team - women:
· Brenda Loza - Rose State
· Samantha Snow - NEO
· Sydney Walker - Eastern
· Chelsea Evans - Eastern
· Mykaela Jones - Eastern
· Leah Gragg - NOC
· Nicole Wright - NOC
· Thirley Rodriguez - NOC
· Alexis Gipson - NOC
· Kaitlin Bell – NOC

Tournament MVP: NOC Lady Mav Rikke Randrup

OACC Soccer All-Conference:
· NOC Women: Rikke Randrup, Leah Gragg & Sarah Blakley
· NOC Men: Tyler Hall, Kody Gardner& Edgar Delgadillo


Miles and Gipson earn NOC player of the week honors

Justin MilesAlexis Gipson Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, and Head Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Alexis Gipson, a freshman from Crandall, Texas; and men’s player of the week is Justin Miles, a freshman from Enid.
“Alexis’ physicality and hustle helped us lock up two regional wins again NEO and Rose. Her ability to win the ball and distribute it forward well, enabled our team to fight forward and pick up two important wins,” Smith said. The Lady Mavs record stands at 10-10 overall and 4-2 in conference play, as of Oct. 27, after forfeiting the first eight victories of the season, two of them conference matches. The Lady Mavs won both matches last week: 2-1 against NEO and 3-2 versus Rose State and moved up in the NJCAA national rankings to No. 19.
“Justin, who usually comes off the bench as a defender, started both games this week against NEO and Rose State. He played every minute of both games and was an important part of shutting down both teams attack,” DuRoy said. The Mavs stand at 15-2-1 overall and 5-1 in conference matches as of Oct. 27. The Mavs beat NEO 3-2 and lost to Rose State 1-2.
The Mavs men and women travel to Miami, Okla. for the Region II Tournament scheduled for Nov. 1 and 2.


Oldham and Blakely earn NOC player of the week honors

Sarah BlakelyRickardo Oldham Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, andHead Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Sarah Blakely, a freshman from Enid; and men’s player of the week is Rickardo Oldham, a sophomore from Kingston, Jamaica.
“Sarah helped sure up our back line and helped lead us to three shutout wins this past week over Eastern, Maple Woods, and Garden City.Her leadership and strength made it difficult for the opposition to create scoring opportunities,” Smith said. The Lady Mavs record stands at 8-10 overall and 2-2 in conference play, as of Oct. 19, after forfeiting the first eight victories of the season, two of them conference matches. The Lady Mavs won all three games last week: 3-0 against Eastern, 6-0 Maple Woods and 1-0 versus Garden City and remain in the NJCAA national rankings at No. 20.
“Rickardo led the nineteenth ranked Mavs to three wins this week. He scored two goals in the final game of the week against Crowder College,” DuRoy said. The Mavs stand at 13-1-1 overall and 4-0 in conference matches as of Oct. 19.
The Mavs are at home Oct. 20 for a match against Murray State College, men only at 4 p.m. The men and women travel to Miami, Okla., Oct. 23 for a conference match with NEO, women at 5 p.m. and men at 7 p.m. Then they take on Rose State College, another conference match, at Tonkawa, Oct. 26, women at 2 p.m., men at 4 p.m., for their final regular season game.


Delgadillo and Moore earn NOC player of the week honors

Taylor MooreEdgar Delgadillo Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, andHead Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Taylor Moore, a sophomore from Oklahoma City; and men’s player of the week is Edgar Delgadillo, a sophomore from Enid.
“Taylor came into the game against Hutch provided us with the work ethic and energy we were lacking. She has been that workhorse for us whenever called upon to step in this season,” Smith said. The Lady Mavs record stands at 5-10 overall and 1-2 in conference play, as of Oct. 13, after forfeiting the first eight victories of the season, two of them conference matches. They are back in the NJCAA national rankings at No. 20. The Lady Mavs suffered a loss to Hutchinson, Kan., 5-1 in Sunday’s match.
“Edgar is one of our captains, and an excellent example for our student-athletes to follow on and off the field. He has a 4.0 GPA and is a member of the President’s Leadership Council. On the field he is a starting midfielder and has scored three goals and has three assists,” DuRoy said. The Mavs stand at 10-1-1 overall and 3-0 in conference matches as of Oct. 13.
The Mavs are at home Oct. 14 for a conference match against Eastern Oklahoma State College, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m. They compete again at home Oct. 16 versus Maple Woods, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m. The men have a match against Crowder Oct. 18 at Tonkawa beginning at 2 p.m. and the women will travel to Garden City, Kan., to take on Garden City Community College at 2 p.m. Oct. 19.
The men are at home versus Murray State Oct. 20 at 4 p.m. and then the men and women travel to Miami, Okla., to play conference foe NEO, Oct. 23 beginning with the women at 5 p.m. and men at 7 p.m.


Ostas and Loyd earn NOC player of the week honors

Theo OstasCaroline Loyd Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, and Head Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Caroline Loyd, a freshman from Durant; and men’s player of the week is Theo Ostas, a freshman from Norman.
“Caroline's work ethic, energy, and refusal to quit in the middle of the field were instrumental in our regional win over Rose State. She also played well in our win against Southwestern Christian,” Smith said. The Lady Mavs record stands at 5-9 overall and 1-2 in conference play, as of Oct. 6, after forfeiting the first eight victories of the season, two of them conference matches. The Lady Mavs won both away games last week defeating Southwestern 7-0 and Rose State 2-0.
“Theo scored three goals and had two assists in the Mavs 8-1 win over Murray State and had the game winner in Northern's 1-0 win over Rose State,” DuRoy said. The Mavs stand at 10-1-1 overall and 3-0 in conference matches as of Oct. 6.
The Mavs are at home Oct. 10 when they challenge Eastern Oklahoma State College. The women play at 2 p.m. and the men at 4 p.m. The women travel to Hutchinson, Kan., to compete against Hutchinson Community College, Oct. 12 at 3 p.m. The men and women are at home again Oct. 16 versus Maple Woods College, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m.


Leah Gragg Named NJCAA Division I National Player of the Week

Leah GraggOctober 1, 2014

The NJCAA national office announced the Women’s Soccer Players of the Week Wednesday for matches played between Sept. 22-28. Player of the Week honors went to freshmen forwards Leah Gragg of Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa and Hannah Rezutek from Potomac State of West Virginia. Goalie of the Week honors were earned by Northwest Mississippi freshman Ashely Nelson.   Click Here for Full Story

 

Figueroa and Bell earn NOC player of the week honors

Patrick BellAlma FigueroaMavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, andHead Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Alma Figueroa, a freshman from Kaufman, Texas; and men’s player of the week is Patrick Bell a sophomore from Muskogee.
“Alma scored two goals and had four assists in our defeats of Cowley 11-0 and Hill College 3-2.Alma's work ethic hustle and vision have contributed greatly to the success we have seen so far,” Smith said. The Lady Mavs are 3-9 overall and 0-2 in conference play, after forfeiting the first eight victories of the season, two of them conference matches.
“Patrick is the leader of the eight-one-and-one, nineteenth ranked, Mavericks defense. He played every minute of the Mavs 110 minute overtime tie with Johnson County Community College and the full 90 minutes in the Mavericks 3-2 win over Hill College,” DuRoy said. The Mavs stand at 8-1-1 overall and 2-0 in conference matches as of Sept. 29 and remain nationally ranked at No. 19.
The Mavs are on the road Oct. 1 when the men take on Murray State College in Tishomingo at 4 p.m. The women travel to Bethany to compete against Southwestern Christian University, Oct. 2 at 4 p.m. The Mavs are away again Oct. 5 at Midwest City for a match with Rose State College, women at 2 p.m. men at 4 p.m.. Their next home game versus Eastern Oklahoma State College, a conference match, is Oct. 10, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m.


Zepeda and Henneha earn NOC player of the week honors

Kelsey HennehaCesar Zepeda Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, and Head Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Kelsey Henneha, a sophomore from Stillwater; and men’s player of the week is Cesar Zepeda, a sophomore from Oklahoma City.
“Kelsey scored two goals against Pratt and two goals against Blue River. She consistently put herself in a great position to score and contributed to the success the Mavs had in both games,” Smith said. 
“Cesar scored the first and last goals in Northern’s 4-3 overtime win over Blue River College.More importantly his leadership and work rate carried the team through the difficult game,” DuRoy said.
The Mavs are scheduled to play at home Sept. 23; the men play Johnson County Community College at 3 p.m. and the women challenge Cowley County Community College at 5 p.m. They travel to Hillsboro, Texas Sept. 26 to play Hill College, women at 12 p.m., men at 2 p.m. The men travel to Tishomingo to play Murray State Oct. 1 and the women play Southwestern Christian University at Bethany Oct. 2.


Ochoa and Randrup earn NOC player of the week honors

Andy OchoaRikke Randrup Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, andHead Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Rikke Randrup, a sophomore from Ringsted, Denmark; and men’s player of the week is Andy Ochoa a sophomore from Ponca City.
“Rikke had a big assist against NEO and scored three goals and had an assist against Eastern Oklahoma State. Her physicality and vision are a huge part of our success so far this season,” Smith said. The Lady Mavs, nationally ranked at No. 19, are 6-1-1 as of Sept. 15, after victories against NEO (2-0) and Eastern (5-1); both were conference games, making them 2-0 in conference matches.
“Andy has broken into the starting lineup and played very well for the 6-0, eighteenth ranked Mavericks. His first goal of the season tied the game that the Mavs went on to win against NEO,” DuRoy said. The Mavs remain undefeated at 6-0 as of Sept. 15, after defeating NEO 2-1 and Eastern 2-0, both conference games, making them 2-0 in conference competition.
The Mavs are scheduled to play at home against Pratt, Sept. 17, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m.; and again at home against Blue River College Sept. 19, women at 3 p.m. and men at 5 p.m. They play at home again Sept. 23, when the men play Johnson County Community College at 3 p.m. and the women take on Cowley County Community College at 5 p.m. They travel to Hillsboro, Texas Sept. 26 to play Hill College, women at 12 p.m., men at 2 p.m.

Hall and Gragg earn NOC player of the week honors

Leah GraggTyler HallMavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week, andHead Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Leah Gragg, a freshman from Muskogee; and men’s player of the week is Tyler Hall, a sophomore from Lawton.
“Leah had a goal and an assist against Coffeyville on Monday and two goals and an assist against Neosho on Thursday. Leah provides the team with a constant work rate and is a continual scoring threat up top,” Smith said. The Lady Mavs are 4-1-1 as of Sept. 8, after victories against Coffeyville (3-1) and Neosho (4-1), and the first loss of their season to Butler (1-0), Sunday.
“Tyler, one of our captains, always gives 100 percent effort. He is a guy that is willing to do the hard work that has led to our 4-0 start,” DuRoy said. The Mavs remain undefeated at 4-0 as of Sept. 8 after defeating Cowley County 4-0, Thursday.
The Mavs next home match against Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College is scheduled for Sept. 11, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14 the Mavs travel to Wilburton to challenge Eastern Oklahoma State College, women at 1 p.m. and men at 4 p.m.


NOC Basketball set to play in Enid Event Center Classic at Enid Event Center November 14-15

Global Spectrum, the operators of Enid Event Center and Convention Hall along with Northern Oklahoma College have announced the Enid Event Center Classic on November 14-15, 2014.

The two day tournament will feature the men’s basketball teams from four schools including NOC Enid, NOC Tonkawa, On Point Prep, Allen County. Tickets for the Enid Event Center Classic will go sale Friday, September 5 at 10:00 AM, by calling 855.TIX.ENID, visiting EnidEventCenter.com or in person in the Enid Event Center and Convention Hall administration offices. Tickets are priced at $7 each game for adults and youth, $20 for an all session pass, kids twelve (12) and under are free with paying adult, NOC (Enid and Tonkawa) students will be admitted free with a NOC Student ID, NOC (Enid and Tonkawa) Season Ticket Holders will have the Enid Event Center Classic games included in their season ticket package.

“With Enid and the region having such a strong basketball core, we have been forming strategic partnerships with many high school and collegiate conferences / institutions.” Noted General Manager for Global Spectrum, Keller Taylor. “Far beyond just basketball, we enjoy a great relationship with Northern Oklahoma College and are excited for that partnership to be bridged with a new two day – four team formatted men’s classic.”

“Northern Oklahoma College is excited about being a part of the inaugural Enid Event Center Classic,” said Northern Oklahoma College Athletic Director, Jeremy Hise. “Keller Taylor and the great people at the Enid Event Center have put in a lot of hard work and time to make this event possible. This is a great experience for our Men’s basketball programs on the Enid and Tonkawa campus. We appreciate the partnership that has grown between the Enid Event Center and Northern Oklahoma College and we look forward to expanding on this partnership in the future. We hope Enid Event Center Classic will become an annual event that the Enid community and the Northern Oklahoma College family and friends can get behind. We have an excellent opportunity to create an awesome experience for basketball fans in our area.”

Greg Shamburg enters his 14th season as the head coach at Northern Oklahoma College Enid and has a career record of 254-151. NOC Enid is coming off a successful campaign in 2013-14, with a 21-8 record and a 2nd place finish in the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference (OCAC) regular season. The Jets return six players off of last year’s team including: Jawan Smith (12.2 ppg, 1.7 rpg, 1.2 apg), Daryck Jones (11.8 ppg, 2.4 rpg, 3.1 apg), Cornell Neal (9.6 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 6.5 apg), Jovan Crinic (9.2 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 4.1 apg) Corey Alpough (5.8 ppg, 4.9 rpg), and Josh Palmer (5.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg).

Donnie Jackson enters his 2nd season as the head coach of NOC Tonkawa. Last season, the Mavericks finished 19-14 and made it to the semi-finals of the NJCAA Region II tournament. The Mavericks return Jordan Phelps (2.9 ppg, 0.7 rpg, 0.3 apg) and JaQuan Smith (2.8 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 0.3 apg).

Enid Event Center Classic Schedule
Friday, November 14
6:00pm – NOC Tonkawa vs. On Point Prep
8:00pm – NOC Enid vs. Allen County

Saturday, November 15
2:00pm – NOC Tonkawa vs. Allen County
4:00pm – NOC Enid vs. On Point Prep

The Enid Event Center Classic joins a steady pace of events in Enid Event Center and Convention Hall including:

“1964” The Tribute – September 5
3 Doors Down – September 14
Red Dirt Rally (Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Bleu Edmonson, Shane Smith and The Saints, Chad Sullins & The Last Call Coalition, Folk Family Revival) – September 20
Fireball Run through Enid – September 30
Tossed Cooking Competition – October 4
Come Alive Tour: Jeremy Camp with Kutless and Adam Cappa – October 18
Enid Roller Girls Home Bout – October 25
2014 Enid PBR Challenge, presented by Gungoll Jackson- November 7-8
Circus Spectacular – November 24

All events are on sale now and tickets can be purchased by calling 855.TIX.ENID or visiting www.EnidEventCenter.com. For a full list of upcoming events in Enid Event Center and Convention Hall, visit www.EnidEventCenter.com.


Bell and Gardner earn NOC player of the week honors

Kody GardnerKaitlin BellMavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week and Head Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Kaitlin Bell, a sophomore from Enid, and men’s player of the week is Kody Gardner a sophomore from Tulsa.
“Kait, a 2013 First Team All-Region selection and current team captain,was instrumental in securing shutouts again Barton and Allen. Her aggressive play and good pace helped to sure up the back line and lead the Mavericks in both games,” Smith said. The Lady Mavs are 2-0-1 as of Aug. 31 after defeating Barton County 2-0 and a draw with Allen County 0-0.
“Kody is the engine of our team. He has the best work rate of any player on our team and is a vital cog to our 3-0 start,” DuRoy said. The Mavs remain undefeated at 3-0 as of Aug. 31 after defeating Barton County 3-0 and Allen County 3-1.
The Maverick men’s next home game against Cowley County Community College is scheduled for Sept. 4 at 4 p.m. The next women’s home game is set for Sept. 7 against Butler Community College at 4 p.m. The Mavs take on NEO Sept. 11 at Tonkawa, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m.


Jones and Walker earn NOC player of the week honors

Antony WalkerBecca JonesMavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week and Head Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week.
The women's player of the week is Becca Jones, a sophomore from Ponca City, and men’s player of the week is Anthony Walker a sophomore from Jamaica.
“Becca has stepped up for the women’s soccer team this fall.She was a big part if the Mavericks win over Dodge City, Sunday. She has learned a new position and proven to be a valuable asset to our program,” Smith said. This was the first match of the season and the Lady Mavs are now 1-0.
“Anthony scored two goals and an assist in the Mavs season opener 3-1 win over Dodge City,” DuRoy said. The Mavs record is 1-0.
The Mavericks next home game against Barton County Community College is schedule for Aug. 27, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m.  The Mavericks will also play Allen Community College on Aug. 30, women at 2 p.m. and men at 4 p.m.


Ryan Bay named head baseball coach at Northern

Jeremy Hise, Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) athletic director, announced that Ryan Bay has accepted the position of NOC Tonkawa head baseball coach and will begin his official duties July 18.
Hise said, “Ryan is a proven winner. He has effectively turned around other programs very quickly and I am confident that he will do the same here at Northern. His teams have not only been successful on the playing field, but have also maintained a high grade point average (GPA) and he graduates his student-athletes. That is exactly what we strive for in all of our athletic programs.”
Ryan Bay just completed his sixth season as head coach of the Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU) baseball program.
During his time in Alva, NWOSU has improved dramatically. In 2009 Bay took over an eight-win team and immediately shaped them into contenders, posting 26 victories. That 18-game swing was the greatest one-year turn around in school history.
In 2010, Northwestern was one win shy of reaching the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Tournament on the strength of a 35-22 overall record, the fifth-best finish in school history. The 2011 team kept the momentum going, opening the year 10-2. They posted a pair of six-game winning streaks and racked up 26 victories. In 2012, Bay led NWOSU to a 34-24 mark, helped by a 10-game winning streak in early April. Also, 2013 marked the beginning of a three-year transition from the NAIA to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) DII for Northwestern.
“Bay’s accomplishments don’t just stop on the field, they also carry over to the classroom. His squad was named an NAIA Scholar Team with a 3.12 GPA. The team has maintained an average of 3.0 or higher in every season since,” Hise said.
Bay had a successful three-year reign at Bacone College. During the 2008 season, Bay led Bacone to a 41-14 overall record and was ranked as high as number 18 in the NAIA. Bay joined Bacone during the 2006 season and spurred a 20-game turnaround from the previous season, with a 29-19 record. During his second season, he finished with a 35-21 record and won the Red River Athletic Conference North Division Title, the first in the school’s history.
Before serving at Bacone, Bay was the head coach at William Woods University (Mo.) from 2003 to 2005. During his inaugural season, Bay guided the program to its first winning season in school history. In his second year at the helm, Bay defeated seven NAIA nationally ranked opponents in route to qualifying for the regional tournament, a first for the program.
A native of Perry, Bay also has been an assistant coach at NOC Enid, serving as a hitting/outfield coach from 2001-02. In 2002, the Jets finished third in the Junior College World Series.
While in Enid, during the summers of 2001 and 2002, he was the head coach of the Enid Pastimers, a collegiate summer league team.
Bay played his prep ball at Perry High School under current NOC Enid Head Coach Raydon Leaton. He was a four-year starter and two-time all-conference performer in the Heart of America Conference as an outfielder at Missouri Valley College. During his junior year, Bay led the conference in stolen bases with 39.
Bay received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1999 from Missouri Valley College and earned a master’s degree in education from NWOSU in 2002.
Bay currently resides in Alva with his wife of 15 years, Denise, and their 10 year old son Bryer.
“I’m truly honored to be the new Head Baseball Coach at NOC-Tonkawa, and I look forward to building a championship caliber program that will be a continued source of pride on our campus and in the surrounding community,” Bay said.
NOC President Dr. Cheryl Evans said, “Ryan brings a high level of energy and knowledge to the position that will be a tremendous asset to our student-athletes, the campus and our community. Ryan’s passion and desire really stood out to the members of the hiring committee. We look forward to our fans and the community getting to know Ryan and our baseball team this season.”
In addition to serving as the head coach, for the Maverick baseball team, which competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II of the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference (OCAC), Bay will also assume academic duties as an instructor in the Social Science division.


NOC sports teams and student athletes earn NJCAA academic honors

Four Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa student-athletes have earned NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete awards and two NOC Tonkawa sports teams earned a place on the NJCAA Academic Teams of the Year list.
Student-athletes from NOC Tonkawa earning Superior Academic Achievement awards are women’s softball player Jade Barnett and women’s basketball player Deborah Means, and from Tonkawa earning Exemplary Academic Achievement awards are women’s softball player Conner Kent and Cameron Kirk, men’s baseball player.
The NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Awards, previously known as NJCAA Academic All-America honors, have been renamed to the following:
NJCAA Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence (4.00 GPA on a 4.00 scale)
NJCAA Award for Superior Academic Achievement (3.80 – 3.99 on a 4.00 scale)
NJCAA Award for Exemplary Academic Achievement (3.60 – 3.79 on a 4.00 scale)
More information can be found at: http://www.njcaa.org/newsArticle.cfm?articleId=21869#sthash.F0Kuvp2Z.dpuf.
With minimal changes to its award program’s inception in 1983, the NJCAA has been annually recognizing the academic success of its student-athletes for 31 years.During the 2013-14 academic year, the NJCAA saw 58,446 student-athletes compete on 3,705 teams in 28 different sports. Of those competitors, 3.08 percent, or 1,799 student-athletes, were recognized with academic awards for their achievements in the classroom. Receiving the highest honors with a 4.0 GPA, 171 student-athletes received the NJCAA Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence.
Two NOC Tonkawa teams earned spots on the Academic Team of the Year list. The NJCAA recognizes teams with GPAs above 3.0. The two NOC Tonkawa teams that were listed; the women’s basketball team earned honors with a cumulative GPA of 3.34, tied for number 19 of 61 teams listed; and the women’s softball team with a 3.12 cumulative GPA, number 89 of 120. 
Jeremy Hise, NOC athletic director said, “Being a student-athlete requires a tremendous amount of sacrifice. The amount of time the student-athletes spend practicing, participating and traveling is great. For these young men and women to make the additional commitment to excel in the classroom is fantastic. We are very fortunate to have coaches who stress academics and instructors who care so much about our student’s success here at Northern.”
Dr. Cheryl Evans, NOC president said, “Northern is so proud of our student athletes and our coaches who place an emphasis on academic achievement. Of course we enjoy winning in athletics, but more importantly we are thrilled when students succeed in the classroom. That’s a long term win for everyone.”


Kadie Berlin named head softball Coach at Northern

The search is over and Kadie Berlin has been named head coach of the Maverick Women’s Softball Program at Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) Tonkawa.
“The Northern Oklahoma College athletic department wants to recruit individuals with good character, who are also good students and good athletes. Kadie is the epitome of those qualities we look for. She has been a success at everything she has done in the past and I know that she will be successful in leading our softball program moving forward. The young women who choose to come to Northern and play for Kadie will be in great hands," said Jeremy Hise, NOC athletic director.
Berlin succeeds Coach Karie Linsenmeyer who has been named head softball coach at Stillwater High School, after spending the last 13 years coaching at Northern.
“I am very excited to join the NOC Tonkawa family and community. I am blessed to have this opportunity and to do one of the things I enjoy most in life, coaching softball. I would like to thank Athletic Director, Jeremy Hise, and the NOC Administration for this opportunity and all who have contributed to helping me along my journey,” Berlin said.
Berlin, a native of Wichita, Ks said she is excited to make NOC Tonkawa her new home. She played college softball at Pratt Community College and finished her softball career at Ottawa University. In Berlin’s senior season at Ottawa University her team finished first in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) tournament and appeared at the 2010 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Tournament. Berlin also participated in cross country and track and field while attending Ottawa University.
Berlin was a two-time National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Academic All-American, NAIA Academic All-KCAC, NAIA Daktronic Scholar Athlete, and NAIA Academic All-American, while a student-athlete at Pratt Community College and Ottawa University. She graduated Cum Laude from Ottawa University in 2011 with her Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Accounting, and will complete her Master’s degree in Business Administration from Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) this July.
Berlin began her coaching career at Pratt Community College where she was the assistant softball coach, and coordinator of college relations and special programs. She continued her coaching career at SWOSU as the pitching coach from 2012 to 2014. During the summers, Berlin coached college prep softball teams, umpired and was the director of the Weatherford, Okla. softball league.
NOC President Dr. Cheryl Evans said, “We are excited to welcome Coach Berlin to the NOC Maverick family. She brings a love for the game and a desire for our student athletes to succeed in the classroom and on the field. She also respects and admires our women’s softball program successful tradition. She comes highly recommended as an impressive woman of integrity and she possesses a great work ethic. We look forward to joining our fans at the softball field next season cheering on Coach Berlin and the Maverick women.”
In addition to serving as head coach, for the Maverick softball team, which competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I of the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference (OCAC), Berlin will also assume academic duties as an instructor in the Business Division beginning July 1.


NOC Tonkawa baseball player of the week announced

Terry Ballard, Northern Oklahoma college men’s baseball head coach, announced the NOC baseball player of the week for the week ended April 20.
The NOC Tonkawa player of the week is Jeremy Smith, a sophomore from Kingfisher.
Coach Ballard said, “In two games at Murray State, Jeremy had a fantastic offensive day. He was at bat seven times and had four hits, one double and a triple, two homeruns, 6 RBIs and four runs scored. When Jeremy relaxes and is on his game he is fun to watch.” 

NOC Tonkawa baseball and softball players of the week announced

Karie Linsenmeyer, Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) women’s softball head                        coach, and Terry Ballard, NOC men’s baseball head coach, announce the NOC players of the week for the week ended April 13.
The women's player of the week is Taylor Fritz, a freshman from Cache, Okla. The men’s player of the week is Haskell Browning, a sophomore from Luther.
“Taylor had six hits last week and played stellar defense,” said Coach Linsenmeyer.”
Coach Ballard said, “Haskell scored the winning run in a 4-3 victory over Carl Albert. He caught for four straight conference games in three days, and threw three players out attempting to steal. Haskell had two clutch hits, scoring players with two outs in crucial situations. Those hits made all the difference in those games.”


NOC Tonkawa baseball and softball players of the week announced

Karie Linsenmeyer, Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) women’s softball head coach, and Terry Ballard, NOC men’s baseball head coach, announce the NOC players of the week for the week ended March 30.
The women's player of the week is Natalie Eaton, a sophomore from Leedey, Oklahoma. The men’s player of the week is Bryce Clemons, a sophomore from Broken Bow.
“Natalie is hitting well and that teams are pitching around her consistently,” said Coach Linsenmeyer.
Coach Ballard said, “Bryce, a lefty Pitcher, got 2 wins within 4 days with a 2.37 ERA. He pitched 2 complete games throwing only 4 walks with 7 strikeouts. He threw loads of flyball and groundball outs and he's getting attention from some good 4 year colleges.”


NOC Cheer team takes second place at national competition

Karri Morrill, NOC Cheer team coach, said, “NOC Cheer took second place at COA Mid-America nationals in Kansas City, Mo., this weekend. A large coed team from Iowa Central Community College finished first. The team represented Northern Mavericks well in front of 130 different all-star and collegiate teams combined.”


NOC's Cremers chosen to cheer for NWOSU Rangers

Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) Cheer team member Jordan Cremers, a sophomore from Ponca City, will go on to cheer for the Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU) Rangers after finishing at Northern.
Karri Morrill, NOC Cheer team coach, said, “Jordan is one of my sophomores who has been chosen to cheer on the Ranger coed cheer team at NWOSU this upcoming year. Tryouts were held March 28 and 29. Ranger cheerleaders cheer for football, basketball and compete at various competition venues from year to year.
“I am very excited for Jordan as she continues her education and cheer career after her time here at Northern. NWOSU has a really good cheer program. Ranger cheer is receiving quite an asset to their program and I'm excited to see her continue as a student and athlete.


Tonkawa Mavericks Men and Women Receive All-Conference Honors

Jamee MooreSimeon DennisCortrael ColbertThe Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa Mavericks basketball teams had four student-athlete's named to the All-Conference team.  Ashley LaGasse, Jamee Moore, Simeon Dennis and Cortrael Colbert received all-conference honors.  Ashley LaGasse is a freshman from Loyal, OK and was named to the second team all-conference.  Jamee Moore is a freshman from Oklahoma City, OK and was named to the third team all-conference.  Simeon Dennis is a sophomore from Atlanta, GA and was named to the second team all-conference.  Cortrael Colbert is a sophomore from Oklahoma City, OK and was named to the third team all-conference.

All-Conference honors are voted upon by the conference head coaches, who are not allowed to vote on their own players.

Jamee Moore selected as student-athlete of the week

Jamee MooreGreg Krause, Northern Oklahoma College women’s basketball head coach, announced the NOC basketball player of the week for the week ended March. 9.
The women's player of the week is Jamee Moore. Moore is a 5-foot-7-inch freshman from Oklahoma City and attended Putnam City High School.
“Jamee led our team in scoring and assists the last regular season game versus Redlands and the playoff game against Carl Albert. Jamee finished the season strong in her role as a starting guard. We’re looking for big things from her next season in that same role,” Krause said.
The women ended the regular season 12-18 overall and 11-7 in conference play. Their season ended after a loss to Carl Albert in the quarter final round of the NJCAA Region II Tournament in Shawnee


Wynn and Smith Named Player of the Week

Greg Krause, Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) women’s basketball head coach, and Donnie Jackson men’s basketball head coach announce the NOC basketball players of the week for the week ending Feb. 9.
The women's player of the week is Mikala Wynn, a 5-foot-10-inch freshman guard from Woodward. The men’s player of the week is Jaquan Smith, a 6-foot-8-inch freshman forward from Baltimore.
“Wynn scored 14 points, 2 of 4 from the three point line, in a losing effort at NOC-Enid. She scored 17 points, 4 of 8 from the field, 8 of 10 from the free throw line, in a home conference win versus Murray State,” said Coach Krause.
The ladies are 8-16 overall and 7-5 in conference for the season as of Feb. 9.
Coach Jackson said, “Smith is starting to spend more time in the library on his studies outside of class, has shown great strides of improvement in the classroom and is improving on a daily basis on the court.”
The Mavs are 12-12 overall and 4-8 in conference after defeating Murray State at Tishomingo Feb. 6.


Smith to be NOC women’s soccer team head coach

Jeremy Hise, Northern Oklahoma College athletic director, announced that Josh Smith has accepted the position of Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa head women’s soccer coach and will begin his official duties July 1.
Currently Head Coach Michael DuRoy has responsibility for both the mens and women’s soccer teams and will continue in that role until July 1.
Hise said, “I am excited to have Josh Smith join the coaching staff at Northern. The Northern Oklahoma College athletic department is committed to the development of the entire person.Josh brings a passion for teaching and for soccer that will be instrumental in helping our women soccer players accomplish their academic and athletic goals.”
Smith said, “Coaching at the Junior College level has been something I have talked about and looked at over the past year. Having the opportunity to step into this role is exciting. There are many quality players returning and I am excited to begin speaking with all of our recruits.I have high expectations for our program. I look forward to continuing to develop the players to be not just great soccer players but great students, ready to make an impact in whatever career they choose."
Smith, born and raised in northern New Jersey, saidsoccer was always a part of his life while growing up.After receiving many accolades in high school, he was recruited by several colleges to play soccer.After graduating from college, Smith served as a math teacher and assistant boys soccer coach at North Forney High School, Forney, Texas, where he led the junior varsity (JV) team to a winning season and a favorable position in the district.
After coaching at North Forney, Smith moved on as math and special education teacher, and head girls soccer and cross country coach at Crandall High School, Crandall, Texas. Crandall is a 3A high school that competes in a 4A district, andSmith led that soccer program to its first ever winning season and a playoff berth.He also expanded the program from about 16 athletes to over 50 and started its first JV Program. That program has produced multiple collegiate soccer players.
During the fall of 2013, Smith served as a volunteer assistant coach at Cedar Valley College where he trained the keepers.
Smith earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies from Grove City College, Grove City, Pa., and a Master of Arts degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Mississippi.
Smith has been married to his wife Jenn since 2009 and has one son, Hunter.


Ashley LaGasse Named Student-Athlete of the Week

Greg Krause, Northern Oklahoma College women’s basketball head coach announced the NOC basketball player of the week for the week ended Feb. 2.
The women's player of the week is Ashley LaGasse, a 5-foot-6-inch freshman is from Loyal, Okla. and attended Lomega High School.
“Ashley led the team with 20 points in the loss at NEO, and led again with 23 points in the win here versus Seminole,” Krause said.
The women are now 8-16 overall for the season and 8-5 in conference play, after Thursday’s conference loss to Murray.
The Northern men and women will take on Carl Albert at home Feb. 10, play on the road Feb/ 17 against Western at Altus and are back home to play Connors Feb. 20. All three games begin at 6 p.m. for the women and 8 p.m. for the men.

Jordan Phelps and Raetchel Gray Named Student-Athletes of the Week

Greg Krause, Northern Oklahoma College women’s basketball head coach, and men’s basketball Head Coach Donnie Jackson announce the NOC basketball players of the week for the week ended Jan. 12.
The women's player of the week is Raetchel Gray, a 5-foot-7-inch freshman from Allen, Okla. The men’s player of the week is Jordan Phelps, a 6-foot-2-inch freshman from Broken Arrow.
“Raetchel led us in scoring during last week’s games with 13 points in a loss at Butler and 16 in a conference win at Carl Albert,” said Coach Krause.
The women are now 4-12 overall for the season and 3-1 in conference play, after Thursday’s conference win over Carl Albert.
Coach Jackson said, “Jordan scored 28 points in three games, since returning from Christmas break, including 14 points in an 87-80 victory at Carl Albert. Against Pratt, Jordan had 7 big second half points to help the Mavs come from behind and win 59-53. He is a strong student and finished with a high GPA for the first semester.”
The NOC men are now 10-6 for the season and 2-2 in conference after last week’s conference victory against Carl Albert.
The Northern men and women will take on Western at home Jan. 13, play on the road Jan. 16 against Connors State at Warner and are back home to play Eastern Jan. 20. All three games begin at 6 p.m. for the women and 8 p.m. for the men.


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