It was an exciting finish to the regular season at the Elmen Center this past weekend.  Winona was in town and the game came down to a last second shot.  With time running out Winona through 3 players at Cameron McCaffery (rightfully so) but Cam hit Alex Richter in the corner who drained a 3.

College basketball is exciting on any level, and when you get an exciting finish to a game it makes it that much better!

Augustana now heads into the NSIC/Sanford Health Men's Basketball Tournament.  Their first game will be home in the Elmen Center Wednesday, February 27th in the Elmen Center on the campus of Augustana College.

It's really been quite a year for the Vikings.  Their Freshmen have been main players in their success this year.  And they've been excelling in a very difficult league this year in the NSIC.  Check out this story taken from

INDIANAPOLIS – Augustana is ranked third in the first set of regional men's basketball rankings released by the NCAA on Wednesday.

Augustana is in the Central Region, which consists of teams from the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, the Great American Conference (GAC) and the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA). The top eight teams in the final rankings will earn a spot in the NCAA Central Region Tournament.

Augustana is 18-6 on the season and is currently in fourth-place in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference standings with a record of 14-6.

Augustana is one of six NSIC schools to appear in the regional rankings with No. 1 Winona State, No. 2 Minnesota State, No. 4 St. Cloud State, No. 9 Southwest Minnesota State and No. 10 Upper Iowa.  The GAC and MIAA both have two teams ranked this week. No. 5 Harding and No. 7 Arkansas Tech represent the GAC and No. 6 Central Missouri and No. 8 Fort Hays State, represent the MIAA.

Rk Team (Conf)
1 Winona State (NSIC)
2 Minnesota State (NSIC)
3 Augustana  (NSIC)
4 St. Cloud State (NSIC)
5 Harding (GAC)
6 Central Missouri (MIAA)
7 Arkansas Tech (GAC)
8 Fort Hays State (MIAA)
9 Southwest Minnesota State (NSIC)
10 Upper Iowa (NSIC)

You can hear the game here on Kickin' Country, 100.5 FM or world wide at .  Jeff Fylling will have the call.  7:40 p.m. pre-game and the tip is set for 8:00 p.m.