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Perfect Cougars finish Indiana NAIA sweep

A disappointing year for Indiana basketball? Among the NCAA men’s programs, definitely. But in the NAIA Division II, it’s quite a different story.

Tuesday night, in Sioux City, Iowa, the Saint Francis Cougars beat the College of the Ozarks to win the championship in the women’s basketball tournament.

The Cougars ended their season 38-0. Only two other teams in NAIA Division II history have finished undefeated.

On the men’s side, Indiana Wesleyan defeated Midland University of Nebraska in Point Lookout, Mo., to take home the men’s basketball trophy.

Congratulations to these two worthy teams that, in a lean season for Hoosier basketball fans, really brought home the bacon.

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