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Morningside will take a two-game winning streak into an 8 p.m. game against Mount Marty College on Wednesday in Yankton, S.D.
The Mustangs are coming off a pair of impressive victories with an 88-70 triumph at nationally ranked Northwestern College and a 55-35 win at Dakota State University where the Mustangs set a school record for the fewest points allowed in a game.
Morningside will take a 5-4 record into Wednesday’s contest against a Mount Marty team that is still looking for its first victory after a 0-8 start. The Mustangs have won each of their last five outings against the Lancers.
After Wednesday’s game at Mount Marty, the Mustangs will return home for a Saturday 4 p.m. matinee against Nebraska Wesleyan.
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Morningside’s men’s basketball team came up with one of the best defensive performances in school history when the Mustangs stymied Dakota State 55-35 on Saturday in Madison, S.D.
The 35 points was the lowest scoring total by a Morningside opponent in school history. Dakota State turned the ball over 30 times and shot a miserable 21.3 percent from the field to remove a 39-point performance by South Dakota Wesleyan during the 1951-52 season as the standard for offensive futility by a Morningside opponent.
Dakota State shot just 22.2 percent in the first half to fall behind 26-17 by the intermission and connected on only 20.0 percent of its attempts in the second half. The Trojans finished with 10 field goals in 47 attempts.
Kyle Nikkel scored a game-high 20 points for Morningside behind a seven-for-11 shooting performance from the field.
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Morningside is picked for a fourth place finish in the GPAC Men’s Basketball Coaches Pre-Season Poll.
Morningside received 77 points and one of the 11 first place votes from the league's head coaches.
The Mustangs return 11 lettermen including four starters, from a team that posted an 18-15 record last season and finished fourth in the GPAC with an 11-9 league mark. The Mustangs peaked at the end of the season by winning 10 of their last 13 games and reached the championship game of the GPAC's post-season tournament.
Morningside will open the 2013-14 campaign on the road with a 5:30 p.m. game against William Penn University on Friday, Nov. 1.
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The majority of Morningside men’s and women’s basketball games are broadcast on Clear Channel Radio/KWSL 1470 AM.
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Most of Morningside's home men's and women's basketball games are also broadcast live by the college's campus radio station KMSC 92.9 FM. In addition, a live video stream is also available for most Morningside home men's and women's basketball games.
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