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Amanda Corral
Senior Amanda Corral (Hobart, Ind./Hobart) was named Thursday morning to the Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-America team, being chosen to this year’s first team. She is the first Academic All-American since Doreen Zierer was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America third team in 1982 and the first-ever first team selection in program history. “This is...
Ally Lehman
Trailing by 20 points with 6:44 left, the NIU women’s basketball team (5-8, 1-2 MAC) clawed back to within five points of Bowling Green (8-7, 1-3MAC ) with 1:46 left in regulation. Though the Huskies had five players score in double-figures, it could not complete the comeback as they fell to the Falcons, 65-59. Amanda...
The NIU Huskies (5-7, 1-1 MAC) held Mid-American Conference West division favorite Central Michigan (8-6, 3-0 MAC) to 56 points and 37 percent shooting Saturday night in Mt. Pleasant. The Huskies couldn’t answer for Naismith Trophy candidate Crystal Bradford, however, as her 20 points led the Chippewas over NIU, 56-43. Amanda Corral led the Huskies...
The Northern Illinois University women’s basketball team held SEC foe Missouri to 47 points Sunday afternoon and caused the Tigers to turn the ball over 19 times at Mizzou Arena. Attempting one final shot after a missed free throw with eight seconds left, the Tigers blocked the Huskies’ final shot to defeat NIU, 47-44. Missouri...
Northern Illinois University (2-4) scored a season-high 79 points Sunday, shooting 27-for-50 from the field, as five-different Huskies reached double-digits as NIU defeated Delaware State, 79-59. The Hornets (1-6) entered the game averaging 74 points per game. Senior Amanda Corral (Hobart, Ind./Hobart) led all NIU scorers in the contest as she scored 18-points with an...
Amanda Corral
In her first appearance of the season for NIU (1-3), Amanda Corral charged off the bench for 24 points as she made 8-of-12 shots taken to lead the Huskies at EIU (2-3). However, her effort wasn’t enough as NIU fell to the Panthers, 55-46. The 14:34 mark on the clock marked the return of Corral...
Amanda Corral
Junior guard Amanda Corral (Hobart, Indiana/Hobart) was named to the Mid-American Conference’s All-Academic team for the second-straight season as one of 10 athletes to earn the honor. She is the first NIU player in program history to earn Academic All-MAC distinction twice in her career with one year of eligibility for the award remaining. Corral,...
Led by Alexis Lindstrom’s (Howards Grove, Wis./Howards Grove) Mid-American Conference Tournament record nine three-point field goals and 31 points, the Northern Illinois women’s basketball team (11-18) punched its ticket to Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena as it defeated Eastern Michigan (17-13) in overtime, 81-76, to secure a second round berth. Lindstrom, who entered the game zero...
Amanda Corral
Northern Illinois guard Amanda Corral (Hobart, Ind./Hobart) was named to the All-Mid American Conference third team, the league announced today. The junior, averaging 13.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game, is the first NIU player to earn All-MAC honors since 2010-11 when Marke Freeman was named to the second team. Corral has enjoyed...
Ally Lehman
The Northern Illinois women’s basketball team earned its final win of the regular season Saturday as it defeated Western Michigan (12-17, 8-10 MAC) on Senior Day, 59-51. Freshman Ally Lehman (Nineveh, Ind./Indian Creek) led the Huskies with 16 points on 7-of-13 shooting. While the Huskies earned victory, Eastern Michigan earned the upset victory of the...
Jenna Thorp
The Northern Illinois women’s basketball team played with fire offensively and defensively Wednesday as it shot .412 from the field (21-of-51) and created 15 turnovers. But Ball State (13-15, 8-9 MAC) went 11-of-26 behind the three-point line to defeat the Huskies (9-18, 5-12 MAC) 67-57 at Worthen Arena. Three different NIU players reached double-figures with...
Natecia Augusta
After playing within one possession for most of the first half and the early part of the second half, Northern Illinois looked poised to overtake Eastern Michigan in twilight minutes at the Convocation Center. However, turnovers, timely rebounding and missed shots hurt the Huskies (9-17, 5-11 MAC) down the stretch against the Eagles (16-11, 6-10...
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