AUDIO: LCSC men’s basketball team falls at national tournament

Brandon Rinta

Brandon Rinta

The Lewis-Clark State College men’s basketball team saw its season end Thursday, as the Warriors fell to Culver-Stockton of Missouri 91-72 in the opening round of the NAIA Division I National Tournament in Kansas City, Missouri.

The Wildcats broke open a close game in the 2nd half, catching fire from the three-point line and scoring 63 points in the final 20 minutes – stats not lost on Warrior head coach Brandon Rinta.

LCSC head coach Brandon Rinta talks about Culver-Stockton’s 2nd half success.

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For LCSC, P.J. Bolte scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and Danny Marshall added 17 as the Warriors wrap up a highly successful season that saw them climb to a top 5 ranking in the national polls.

Coach Rinta reflects on the Warriors’ season.

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LCSC ends its season at 26-6 – the second most wins in program history.

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