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The Gusties enter the contest overall and in the MIAC while the Royals are overall and in the league. The Royals, who defeated the Gustavus on Wednesday , have won the last six contests. Thomas in the semifinals. Since the inaugural year of the MIAC Playoffs in the season, Gustavus has now made 24 appearances in the playoff field where they hold an all-time record of , which has led to nine MIAC Playoff titles.
The Gusties and Royals have met seven times in postseason history with Gustavus holding a advantage.
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The last time the two teams met in the playoffs was Feb. Scouting the Gusties Gustavus enters the contest most recently defeating Concordia on Saturday.
Gustavus has also shot the ball well with the third best field goal percentage in the league Riley Sharbono, the teams leading scorer with Nolan Malo, the teams second leading scorer averages 9. Scouting the Royals Bethel comes into the contest most recently defeating Hamline on Saturday.
The Royals have been one of the top offensive teams in the MIAC this season, averaging the fourth most points per game Kingland and Magnuson, the teams top two scorers, are fifth and sixth respectively in the league with 8.
With the loss the Gusties fall to overall and in league play. The Royals fought back though and were able to close out the half on an run to head into the break trailing the Gusties by just two. In the first half the Gusties were of from the field for a percentage of In half number two the Gusties were able to maintain their lead a majority of the half with Sharbono catching fire and pouring in 15 second half points.
Gustavus clung to a five-point lead with to play where the Royals drew up a play that got them a backdoor for a dunk that swung the momentum their way.
Trailing by three with under three minutes to play, Bethel was able to come away with two points on their next four possessions to take a five-point lead.
Gustavus got a layup to pull it within three and pulled it within one on their next possession but Bethel was able to evade getting fouled until their was two seconds left on the clock.
The Royals knocked down both free throws, and the Gusties were unable to get a shot on their last possession. In the contest, Sharbono led all scorers with 22 points on 9-of shooting, to go along with three rebounds.