Saints report: Broberg leads CSS past Macalester

The men fell to the Scots despite 17 points from Isiah Henderson.

Saints report
St. Scholastica's Miranda Broberg scored 21 points in a win over Macalester.

DULUTH — Miranda Broberg scored 21 points to left St. Scholastica to a 68-57 win over Macalester in a MIAC matchup Monday in Duluth.

The Saints led for most of the game, but the Scots rallied to cut the CSS lead to four midway through the fourth quarter.

The Saints allowed just one point over the final 4 minutes, 55 seconds of the game and layups from Eve Turner and Proctor’s Liz Frase would power an 8-1 run to close the game.

Frase finished the game with 16 points and Megan Hurley joined her and Broberg in double figures with 13.

Celine Sabbagh led Macalester with 29 points and Katherine Norquist finished with 15.


CSS (2-18, 2-16) will host Bethel at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Reif Gymnasium in Duluth.

Poor shooting dooms men

Isiah Hendrickson scored a season-high 17 points and Nick Carlson had 16, but no other CSS player had more than five points in a 72-63 loss to Macalester in a MIAC matchup Monday in St. Paul.

The Saints shot 38% from the field and were just 5-for-21 from 3-point range in the loss. Hendrickson, a Duluth East graduate, and Connor Bich of Hermantown combined for the first four points of the second half to give the Saints a 37-36 lead, but the Scots would respond by going on an 11-3 run and taking a 47-40 lead.

Later in the second half, Macalester put together a 9-0 run to make the score 58-45 and the Saints never got closer than seven points the rest of the game.

The Saints (3-18, 1-15) will play Bethel at 7 p.m. Wednesday in St. Paul.

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