Facing one of its toughest opponents to date, the Lake Region State College mens basketball team showed the ability to close out a close, hard-fought contest Tuesday evening in Minnesota.
Looking at the stats, the Lake Region State College womens basketball team won or were right with their opponents in almost all categories Wednesday evening. In the end, the Royals’ shooting percentage just wasn’t enough for the team to stay unbeaten on the season.
At 7-0, the Lake Region State College mens basketball team is exactly where they wanted to be at right now. The squad used a pair of lop-sided wins to improve their record Friday and Saturday.
Looking at the scores for the Lake Region State College womens basketball team there is a lot of parity. Three different times this season, the Royals, 7-0 on the season, have scored 95 points in victories this season.
Hannah Swartz joins the Lake Region State College Royals volleyball team after having a great career for Park River Area Schools volleyball team, coached by Sherrie Currie. Hannah is setter/outside hitter for the Aggies.
The Lake Region State College womens basketball team motto is simple: improve every time it hits the court.
Early on in the 2014-2015 season, the Lake Region State College mens basketball team has showed that it can keep its opponents in check on the defensive side ball. The Royals have also showed the ability to put up a large number of points in a short amount of time to pull away from their opponents.
Basketball enthusiasts know the importance of setting the tempo. On Sunday afternoon, Lake Region State College showed just that against the University of Jamestown JV in women’s basketball action.
Despite putting 130 points on the scoreboard Sunday evening in the final game of the Royals Classic, it wasn’t Lake Region State College’s offense that stood out, according to second-year head coach Joe Kittell.
For the first time in program history the Lake Region State College baseball team will be hosting winter baseball camps.