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Men’s Basketball: Oilers seeking elite company

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER
When Charlie Ernst was walking off the floor after Sunday’s NCAA Division II regional semifinal victory over Ferris State, he had a moment to reflect on how much he and his team had overcome.
The head coach of the 25th-ranked University of Findlay men’s basketball team pondered not just on the loss of two injured starters but a

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Men’s Basketball: Oilers defeat Ferris, reach Sweet 16

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER

How sweet it is.

The No. 25-ranked University of Findlay men’s basketball team is back in the Sweet 16 for the first since its 2009 national title run.

The Oilers led the final 14 minutes to edge No. 14 Ferris State 68-63 in the Division II regional semifinals Sunday at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky.

“What it means is that

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Men’s Basketball: Oilers find a way for tourney win

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER
Down 10 points with 10 minutes to go?
The No. 25-ranked University of Findlay men’s basketball team turned to the same blueprint it had all season long.
The Oilers, again, willed their way back and Tyler Stern-Tucker got the game-winning layup with 5 seconds remaining to stun No. 16 Southern Indiana in the first round of the Division II

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Men’s Basketball: Oilers ready for tourney play

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER
University of Findlay men’s basketball coach Charlie Ernst watched the NCAA Division II men’s basketball tournament selection show from the comfort of his home late Sunday night.
One spot remained in the Midwest region and the Oilers had not yet appeared on the bracket.
“I’m thinking if we’re not on the board next, there’s been a serious injustice made,”

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Wrestling: Roughnecks aren’t holding back

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER
The road for University of Findlay wrestlers Nick Goebel and Joey White is coming to a close.
One tournament remains.
The seniors are two of six Roughnecks competing in the Division II national championships Friday and Saturday in Birmingham, Alabama.
“They’ve been workout partners and friends since the beginning,” UF coach Shawn Nelson said. “It’s always nice to see all

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Men’s Basketball: Oilers meet rival Ashland in GLIAC semis

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER

Charlie Ernst is expecting a war.

It could equally be a chess match, too.

The tense rivalry between No. 18 University of Findlay and Ashland University’s men’s basketball teams will be rehashed when they meet at 5 p.m. today in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament semfinals in Big Rapids, Mich.

Host Ferris State (25-4), the tournament’s top-seeded team

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Men’s Basketball: It’s GLIAC tourney time

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER

Postseason play always brings a far different atmosphere than that of the regular season.

The University of Findlay men’s basketball team positioned itself again with a home game to begin the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament.

The second-seeded Oilers (22-5, 16-5 GLIAC) host Grand Valley State University (16-12, 12-9) 7 p.m. today in the quarterfinals at Croy Gymnasium.

Ferris

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Men’s Basketball: Kimbrough hits game-winner in OT

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER

Surrounded by a trio of Walsh defenders, Martyce Kimbrough fired up the final shot of overtime.

Contrary to how his night had gone leading up the buzzer-beater, the ball splashed through the net to propel the University of Findlay men’s basketball team to an 88-85 come-from-behind win in overtime Thursday over a stunned Walsh squad in the Great

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Basketball: Oilers are rolling

By ANDY WOLF
sTAFF WRITER
So much of what the University of Findlay men’s basketball program does is in effort to be successful once February rolls around.
A program synonymous with postseason prowess is at it again.
The Oilers have won seven straight, 6-0 this month, to jump into the national rankings at No. 22 heading into today’s 7 p.m. regular-season finale at Walsh.
They

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Men’s Basketball: Oilers run away from Ashland

By ANDY WOLF
STAFF WRITER

Two days after tying the school record for 3-pointers, the University of Findlay took to the rim to establish a rhythm and separation from Ashland University on Saturday.

The Oilers went to the well for buckets again and again in sparking an 18-5 run and breaking a 35-35 tie early in the second half.

From there, Findlay dropped a

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