SIOUX CITY -- Briar Cliff connected on 14 three-pointers Wednesday during a 84-64 Great Plains Athletic Conference men's basketball victory at the Newman Flanagan Center.
The NAIA national leaders in three-point field goals made and three-point field goals made per game, recorded double digit made three's for the 19th time in 24 games this season.
Jackson Lamb, third on the NAIA national charts in three-point field goals made, hit five while scoring 21 points.
Josh Belling came off the bench to hit two three's and score a career-high 16 points while Jay Wolfe added 13 points towards the win.
The Chargers were 5 of 13 from three in the first half before heating up in the second by draining nine of 17.
Overall it led to a 51 percent shooting nite for fourth-ranked team in NAIA Division II and the GPAC leaders at 10-2.
Chase Parsons had 12 as the lone double figure scorer for Midland (11-12, 3-10).