PLYMOUTH, Wis. — Amanda Majewski (Peshtigo) and the Lakeland College women’s basketball team extended their win streak to eight games on Thursday.

The Muskies were 11-for-23 from 3-point range in a 90-62 win over Concordia University-Chicago at home. Majewski led the Muskies’ long-range scoring by making her first three attempts from behind the arc and finishing 6-for-10.

She finished with 18 points while teammates Miranda Jacobson and Megan Will had 21 points each. Majewski scored the game’s first points with a 3-pointer and added another minutes later that gave the Muskies a 12-2 lead.

Lakeland held a 23-9 lead to start the second quarter, where it increased its lead with a 15-5 run. The Muskies entered halftime with a 48-25 lead and maintained a sizeable advantage throughout the second half.

Majewski added four rebounds and four assists; Lakeland improved to 12-2 overall and plays at Dominican University on Saturday.


¦ Laken James (Oconto) tied for team-high scoring with 11 points for UW-Green Bay in a 62-53 win over Cleveland State on Thursday.

The Phoenix trailed early but recovered to take a 17-14 lead into the second quarter, where they went on an 8-0 run to push their lead to double digits. Cleveland State dwindled Green Bay’s lead in the third quarter and trailed by seven points to start the fourth quarter.

But, James scored seven consecutive Phoenix points to start the quarter and give the Muskies more breathing room.

Green Bay improved to 8-6 overall and hosts Youngstown State on Saturday.


¦ Kim Frisque (Menominee) and Ripon College have their first event in over a month, today in Orlando.

The Red Hawks face College at Brockport and upon return to Wisconsin, they have two events in as many days, starting with a Jan. 18 matchup with Carroll University.


¦ Morgan Florek (Marinette) and Minnesota State begin the 2019 portion of their schedule by hosting the MSU Invitational today.

The Mavericks won their season-opening event at home on Dec. 8; Florek finished sixth in the weight throw at 50 feet, 2.5 inches and 10th in the shot put at 38-5.