St. Francis of Indiana won the NAIA Division II basketball championship on Tuesday in Sioux City.
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The University of Saint Francis of Indiana won its first NAIA Division II Women's National Championship title with a 75-68 win over College of the Ozarks on Tuesday night at Tyson Events Center.
USF senior guard Skylarr Shurn scored 30 points and was named NAIA Championship Most-Valuable-Player. Teammate Brooke Ridley posted a double double on one good ankle -- 14 rebounds, 13 points -- and was named to the all-championship first team while senior teammate Jenelle Wilson scored 19 points and was named to the all-championship second team.
NAIA Top 25 No. 1 USF led 37-36 at halftime and outscored the unranked Bobcats 38-32 in the second half.
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