Wolves stay on top

MONMOUTH — The Wolves went up against Seattle Pacific University Thursday at Western, coming out on top with a score of 95-81.

Both teams took turns holding onto the lead, with Seattle fighting to keep ahead until the end of the first period, where both teams were neck-in-neck, tied 48-48.

Vince Boumann brought the score up by two with a layup 12 seconds into the second half, staying relentlessly in the lead throughout the rest of the game, Seattle trailing behind as they struggled to hang on.

The Wolves travel to Nampa, Idaho, on Thursday to go up against Northwest Nazarene University.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: The Wolves dominated in Thursday’s game against Alaska Fairbanks, gaining the upper hand quickly in the first half and never ceasing to pull back, locking in a win of 76-49.

At half time, the score was 37-21, the Wolves working tirelessly to keep Alaska from taking the lead.

Throughout the game, the reserves got to see some action as well, with the total bench points for the Wolves adding up to 46 of the 79 total points.

Saturday the lady Wolves travel to Billings, Mont., to face up against Montana State Billings.

SOFTBALL: The Wolves softball team celebrated a victory on Feb. 4 in Las Vegas, where they played against Notre Dame de Namur with a win, 13-6.

Third and fourth innings were jam-packed for the Wolves, with two runs and five runs, respectively.

Friday the Wolves head to Tucson, Ariz., for the weekend, where they will play against California Baptist University, Azusa Pacific University, and University of Mary, respectively.

Baseball: The Wolves baseball team fell to Biola University Thursday in Azusa, Calif., for their first game of the season, with a loss of 8-1.

Despite their hard work and attempts to score some points, it wasn’t until the eighth inning that the Wolves saw a run by Griffey Halle.

The Wolves travel to Seaside, Calif., on Friday to play against California State University Monterey Bay.

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