Photo Story: Basketball’s final regular season home games

Syerah Mulhern-Allred, sports editor

First-year War- rior, Connor Dillon, during a game against Concordia University - St. Paul on Feb. 17, 2022. The Warriors won 89-67. Dillon played last year as well, however, that playtime does not count towards eligibility. He was second on the team in shooting with a 56.1% from the field and 48.4% deep. Dillon averaged 13.4 minutes per game in the 11 games he appeared in last school year.
First-year Warrior, Connor Dillon, during a game against Concordia University – St. Paul on Feb. 17, 2022. The Warriors won 89-67. Dillon played last year as well, however, that playtime does not count towards eligibility. He was second on the team in shooting with a 56.1% from the field and 48.4% deep. Dillon averaged 13.4 minutes per game in the 11 games he appeared in last school year. (Carolyn Hauschild)

 

(Leftside photo) First-year War- riors guard, Mattie Schimenz, being blocked by Concordia St- Paul’s Jadyn Hanson during the game on Feb. 17, 2022 where the Warriors fell 50-47 in a tight match up. Schimenz played last year as well, shooting a 41.3% from the field and a 26% from deep for a total of 64 points across 11 games for the season.
First-year Warriors guard, Mattie Schimenz, being blocked by Concordia St- Paul’s Jadyn Hanson during the game on Feb. 17, 2022 where the Warriors fell 50-47 in a tight match up. Schimenz played last year as well, shooting a 41.3% from the field and a 26% from deep for a total of 64 points across 11 games for the season. (Carolyn Hauschild)

 

Fifth-year Warrior Devin Whitelow during the game against Concordia on Feb. 17, 2022. During Senior Night, Whitelow reached 1,000 career points along with women’s bas- ketball player Emily Kieck. Last season, Whitelow had five double digit scoring games included in his 103 points and 46 rebounds from the season. From the field, he shot a 47.3% and from behind the arc, a 40.9%. Whitelow has been a major contributor to Winona State Men’s Basketball every year that he has been at the university since starting in 16 matches as a first year. He is the only player graduating this year and will be missed by the entire Warrior community. A player profile to come on Whitelow next Wednes- day, Mar. 2, 2022. The Warriors begin the NSIC Tournament on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022 with the men’s team being hosted at home in McCown gymnasium at 6 p.m. against University of Mary. The Warriors have won against UMary both times that they have played against each other this season, putting the odds in their favor. Women’s basketball will also play Wednesday, but in Bemidji against Bemidji State University at 6 p.m. as well. The Warriors have faced the Beavers one other time this semester where they lost by 15 points, making for an interesing upcoming match up.
Fifth-year Warrior Devin Whitelow during the game against Concordia on Feb. 17, 2022. During Senior Night, Whitelow reached 1,000 career points along with women’s basketball player Emily Kieck. Last season, Whitelow had five double digit scoring games included in his 103 points and 46 rebounds from the season. From the field, he shot a 47.3% and from behind the arc,
a 40.9%. Whitelow has been a major contributor to Winona State Men’s Basketball every year that he has been at the university since starting in 16 matches as a first year. He is the only player graduating this year and will be missed by the entire Warrior community. A player profile to come on Whitelow next Wednesday, Mar. 2, 2022.
The Warriors begin the NSIC Tournament on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022 with the men’s team being hosted at home in McCown gymnasium at 6 p.m. against University of Mary. The Warriors have won against UMary both times that they have played against each other this season, putting the odds in their favor.
Women’s basketball will also play Wednesday, but in Bemidji against Bemidji State University at 6 p.m. as well. The Warriors have faced the Beavers one other time this semester where they lost by 15 points, making for an interesting upcoming match up. (Carolyn Hauschild)

 

Winona State’s Dance Team performing at halftime. (Carolyn Hauschild)

 

Winona State’s women’s basketball team during the Feb. 17 home game against Concordia-St. Paul. The Warriors fell 50-47 in a hard game. (Carolyn Hauschild)