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Rockin’ and a rollin’

Both the women’s and men’s basketball teams are coming off huge weekends. The women clinched the Mid-American Conference regular season crown while the men put themselves in position to do the same. The women now sit at 25-2 (14-0 MAC) and the men sit at 17-11 (10-4 MAC). ‘When you combine their record with our record, we’re one of the best [programs] in the MAC right now,’ women’s coach Curt Miller said. ‘We’re ‘basketball U.” In fact, the two team’s records do combine for the best win percentage of any MAC school. The women have made the postseason. Miller was sure to point out after Saturday’s victory over Kent State that his team had secured a spot in the NIT. The big question surrounding the team, however, is their chances of making the NCAA Tournament. ‘I still think that right now we’re still on the outside looking in,’ Miller said. Miller has kept his team from getting ahead of themselves all season, but did admit that by being ranked in the top 25, the selection committee would be more likely to give them a tournament birth even without a MAC Tournament crown, or at least a high seed with one. ‘As long as our name keeps floating out there, they’re going to see it,’ Miller said. Miller’s bunch will travel to Miami tomorrow night in search of a record 26th straight win. ‘It’s hard to believe it’s the last week,’ senior Lindsey Goldsberry said. ‘The end is there but it hasn’t gotten time yet.’ The men’s team is in a bit of a different position. They’ve reeled off six straight wins in the conference, and if the regular season ended today, they would be MAC regular season champions. That’s huge for the program because that would give them a postseason birth in the NIT for the first time in nine years. ‘I thank God, and I’m so happy for their success,’ men’s coach Louis Orr said. Unlike the women, the men will need to win the MAC Tournament to get into the NCAA Tournament. Anything less would either send them back to the NIT, or end their season. The men will head to Miami on Thursday night for a matchup against the Redhawks, who are currently 9-5 in conference play. ‘You’ve got to play the game in front of you because that is the biggest game of the year,’ Orr said. ‘If we hadn’t done that six games ago, we wouldn’t be where we are now.’ The men continue to be without forward Chris Knight. Knight injured his ankle during the team’s win over Buffalo and is currently listed as game to game. ‘He’s making progress, and I guess we’ll know when we know,’ Orr said. Each team has two games to go. The women will look to bulk up their postseason resume, while the men will look to create one. It’s now March 3, and madness is in the air.

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