2 | 05 | 16 - Men's Basketball

No one seemed to find the basket for the first three minutes of Thursday's Haskell Indian Nations University and York College game.  However, it didn't take long for the Indians to break out for a solid performance and take a 34 - 21 commanding lead at the break.  In the second half, the Panthers picked up the pressure as they rallied behind Cameron Coleman's 17 points to survive with a 67 - 55 win on a frigid night in York, Nebraska.

2 | 05 | 16 - Women's Basketball

It was the same outcome but a much different start to Thursday's Haskell Indian Nations University women's basketball game.  Less than one week ago, York College took a halftime lead to the locker room but it wasn't going to happen in the rematch.  HINU forced 32 turnovers on the night and it was just a matter of time before Haskell walked away with a 92 - 65 victory on the Panthers home floor.

2 | 02 | 16 - Men's Basketball

After two straight losses on the road, the men's basketball team was glad to be back home at the Coffin Sports Complex and maybe that's just what they needed.  A blazing first half by the Indians propelled Haskell to a 53 - 41 lead at the break over York College.  Determined to get back in the game, the Panthers would apply the pressure and the game became very physical down the stretch.  However, the 12-point advantage at the half made the difference as HINU hung on for a 90 - 79 victory in Lawrence.

2 | 02 | 16 - Women's Basketball

You don't always know what to expect when you return from a long road trip.  After their previous journey to Northern New Mexico College, the women's basketball team would find themselves back home Saturday to host York College.  The Panthers have always played well against Haskell and it showed in the first quarter as York took a two-point advantage at the break.  With solid shooting from MacKenzie Eller and Brittany Pascal, the Panthers were feeling pretty good about a 42 - 35 halftime lead and a possible upset of the #18 Indians.

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Talisa Budder
     Talisa Budder is a senior cross country/track runner from Kenwood, OK. She belongs to the Keetoowah Cherokee Tribe. Budder will be graduating December 2015 with a degree in American Indian Studies. She will be competing in this weekends National Championships. Budder took 5th place in the qualifier and received ALL-MCAC Team.
Her Accomplishments include..
4 First Team All-Conference cross country ( first female cross country runner to be first team all conference 4 straight years since joining the NAIA)
 *3 time conference champion
 * 2 times cross country
 * 1 time 1500 meters
6 times second team all conference track 
 2 times Conference Runner of the Year
Conference Freshman runner of the year 2011
5 times National Qualifier 
* 4 times National Qualifier Cross Country
* 1 time National Outdoor Championships 
Personal Best in Cross country 18:40
track 1500 5:05
track 5000 meters 18:51.54
3 times Haskell Most Valuable Runner -Cross country
3 times Haskell  Most valuable -Track and Field
Amazing job Talisa! Way to represent! Keep up the good work!
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