The Alaska Nanooks men's basketball program fall to the Northwest Nazarene Nighthawks in GNAC action

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Alaska Nanooks men's basketball program fell to the Northwest Nazarene Nighthawks last night to extend their losing streak to five.
The Nooks fell 83-73 as their offense couldn't find a way to get past their GNAC foe.
In fact, 33 percent of the scoring came from the free throw line as they went 24-27.
Michael Kluting, Tymoryae Glover and Spencer Sweet all dropped 18 in their effort to snap the losing streak, but it wasn't enough to overcome the communication issues on the defensive end.
Adonis Arms torched the Nooks on the fast break, getting 23 points on the night to help the Nighthawks improve to 6-1 in the GNAC.
Head Coach Greg Sparling spoke after the game on what went wrong against Northwest.
"You know, it's just got to get better. We're missing a couple guys right now we got the flu running through us and I'm not making excuses but we got to get better daily," said Sparling.
The 1-6 Nanooks will look to rebound tomorrow with a matchup against the Sparling's old program when they face the Central Washington Wildcats.
The Wildcats are 2-5 and are coming off a 16 point loss to the Anchorage Seawolves.
This game is at 2 p.m. at the Patty Center tomorrow.