Men's Varsity Basketball vs. Hastings

W 97-83

4:00 PM - Saturday, January 14, 2017
Sioux Center, Iowa
Conference Match



Dordt defeats Hastings 97-83



The Dordt College Defender basketball team beat Hastings in GPAC play on Saturday afternoon in Sioux Center, Iowa.  The Defenders pulled away from a 45-45 halftime to secure their third win in a row in GPAC play.

The score was tied ten times in the first half with Marcus Wintefeld getting a short basket off an assist by Alec Henrickson to tie the game at intermission.

Hastings got a three-point shot to take a 48-45 lead but Andrew O’Donnell responded with a three for another tie.  Hastings took its last lead of the game at 55-54 with 15:11 left in the game. Josh Van Lingen responded with a basket for a 56-55 lead and that started a seven point run with Henrickson getting a shot to go and Alex Terpstra followed with a three-point basket at the 14:03 mark to lead 61-55. 

Hastings stopped the run with a basket but the Defenders scored another eight in a row with Marcus Winterfeld finishing the run with a three-point play to lead 69-57.  The Broncos got no closer than seven the rest of the game.



-Hastings was 30-75 from the field and 10-28 from the three-point line while converting 13-18 free throws.

-Dordt was 36-61 from the field and 11-21 from the arc with 14-22 success from the free throw line. Dordt converted 59 percent of its field goal attempts.

-Henrickson scored a game high 25 points with eight rebounds and two assists.

-Marcus Winterfeld had 15 points and four rebounds with four assists and three blocked shots.

-Alex Terpstra had 13 points and Josh Van Lingen had 11 and both players had six rebounds.  Taylor Feenstra scored 10.

-Dordt had a 43-34 rebounding advantage.

-Rich Williams scored 17 in a reserve role and grabbed eight rebounds for the Broncos.

-Henrickson’s 25 points matches a season high.



Dordt def. Hastings 97-83

Briar Cliff def. Doane 83-74



“We got the pace where we needed it.  We did a better job rebounding in the second half.  We were getting outrebounded badly in the first half and that didn’t allow us to get out and run. We were really able to take care of the boards in the second half—one and done and then we were able to sprint out in transition and got the pace to where it needed to be. We really played to our strengths that way. Terp’s (Alex Terpstra) three-pointer to put us up six was a big bucket and they used a timeout after it and that really spurred us forward. Alec Henrickson had a good second half—he had a great game overall and Marcus had a good second half.  His points were good his rebounds were decent but he just moved the ball well and our post guys really benefitted from that.”