The Missouri S&T Miners and Lady Miners played two games in three days and both teams were able to go 1-1 during that time.

The Missouri S&T Miners and Lady Miners played two games in three days and both teams were able to go 1-1 during that time.

Women

The women went 1-1 over the weekend with a loss to top-ranked and undefeated Drury and win over Maryville in St Louis.

The weekend games began on Saturday in Rolla against the Lady Panthers where the Lady Miners fell 97-76.

Drury led 22-19 after the first quarter of the game and the Lady Panthers again outshot S&T 32-13 after the second period for a 54-32 lead at the half.

The Lady Miners were led by Laura Rodriguez with 13 points. Alex Kerr scored 12 and Maddie Raley added 11.

The Lady Miners finished the holiday weekend with an 82-74 win against Maryville.

S&T had an 18-13 lead after the first quarter of the contest and Maryville edged out the Lady Miners 20-16 after the second period, but Rolla maintained a slim 34-33 halftime lead.

The Miners won both the third and four periods to close the game out, outscoring the Lady Saints 48-40 in the second half of play.

S&T had five women in double figures. Baylor led the team with 17 points, Kerr added 14, Marta Durk scored 12 and both Jordan Kabetske and Tristen McFenders both had 11 in the win.

The women will host Rockhurst from Kansas City on Thursday.

Men

The Miners picked up their fourth win of the year on Monday over Maryville after previously falling to the Drury Panthers on Saturday.

The game against Drury was a tough one as the Planthere came in with an 11-4 record while S&T was just 3-10.

Drury had a 42-37 lead after the first half of the game and the Panthers were shooting at 58 percent. The Miners struggled with just 32 percent in the first half.

The Panthers edged out Rolla in 44-30 in the second half, shooting 63 percent while Rolla was at 30.

That was enough to give Drury the edge as the Panthers won the game 86-67. Conley Garrison led the Panthers with 22 points, while Niekie Thomas added 14 points. The Miners were led by Dulan Scott with 13 points. Jordan Newt, Dawson Berry and Yahmir all had 10 points in the loss.

The second game in three days was against Maryville in St. Louis and this one went much better for the Miners as they picked up a 72-61 win.

Maryville led 30-26 after the first half and shot 38 percent while the Miners were at 31 percent after the half. S&T picked it up in the second half as they outscored Maryville 46-31.

S&T was led by CJ Hedgepeth with 24 points, Scott with 20 and Mitch Fairless with 15 points. Maryville had three players in double figures.

The Miners will host Rockhurst of Kansas City on Thursday.