11 | 25 | 15 - Men's Basketball

The second game of the doubleheader between HINU and Baker University started out in favor of the Wildcats.  Played in front of a big crowd for the Nike N7 event, BU bolted to an early lead and would extend it by 16 points with 12:20 left in the first half.  Haskell's Duelle Gore led a late comeback but Baker would hold off any attack in the second half for a 92 - 83 win on Tuesday in the Coffin Sports Complex.

11 | 25 | 15 - Women's Basketball

The women's basketball team was greeted to a great atmosphere at the Coffin Sports Complex on Tuesday for the Nike N7 event.  However, a cold shooting third quarter hampered HINU as Baker University spoiled a perfectly good night in Lawrence with a 58 - 51 victory.  The Wildcats moved to 6 - 1 on the year while the Indians are now 8 - 2.

11 | 23 | 15 - Haskell Indians

Haskell Indian Nations University is proud to welcome the Nike N7 event to campus Tuesday!  Nike N7 partnered with eight colleges to honor Native American Heritage Month during selected men and women's basketball games throughout November and into the month of December.  Nevada, Oklahoma State, Florida State, San Diego State, Gonzaga, New Mexico, Stanford, and HINU (the only all-native school in the country) will each wear N7-inspired turquoise uniforms.  Turquoise represents harmony, friendship and fellowship in Native American culture.


The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced Friday that 210 women's cross country student-athletes have been named 2015 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes.  The list included Haskell Indian Nations University's Cherica Eckiwaudah who is a junior from Anadarko, Oklahoma, and ran for Head Cross Country Coach Al Gipp.

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Jenine Coriz

Jenine Coriz, a Senior guard transfer from New Mexico Highlands University is a member of the Cochiti Pueblo and Santo Domingo Pueblo Tribe. Coriz, from Santa Fe NM, will be graduating in the fall of 2015 in Business Adminstration. Last semester, she held a 4.0 GPA.

Coriz recently received MCAC's Player of the Week & made her season ‘Player High’ in Points (29), Field goals Made (12), Field Goals Attempted (17) and 3pt Field Goals made (5)/Attempted (6) all against Graceland University.

Ms. Jenine is Ranked in Division II:

#1 in Total Steals (40)

#6 in Steals per Game (4.000)

#15 in Total Assists (40)

#26 in Total Scoring (158)

#48 Field Goal Pct (0.491)

#50 Assists per Game (4.000)

WAY TO GO JENINE! Keep up the good work!

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