SIOUX CITY, Iowa (WPTA21) – The No. 7-ranked Indiana Tech women’s basketball team’s great season ended Saturday when they lost to top ranked Concordia University (Neb.), 73-53, in the quarterfinals of the NAIA National Championship.
The Warriors end the 2018-19 season with a 32-4 record, the most wins in program history.
The loss also ends the careers of seniors Kendall Knapke, Bella Lozano-Dobbs, Jenna Szostak, Isis Parker, Emily Wieland and Mikaela Lyons, who compiled a 108-28 record as a class, the most wins of any class in program history.
Alexis Hill led Tech with a game-high 17 points, four rebounds and two steals while Knapke recorded the seventh double-double of the season. Knapke finishes her illustrious career with 1,669 points, the fourth-most in program history and started every game for the Warriors, reaching 136 straight games. DeAnn Kauffman added 10 points and two steals while Rachel Bell had a game-high seven assists and five rebounds.