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Karlberg, ‘Stangs extend win streak (Basketball)

Leif Karberg of Anchorage continues to do his part to help The Master’s College Mustangs overcome a 3-6 start. Today the sophomore guard scored a team-high 21 points to highlight a 71-66 victory over visiting Cal Maritime, the team’s fifth straight win. Karlberg, of Grace Christian fame, sank 6 of 10 field goals, including a… Read more »

Karlberg leads team in scoring (Basketball)

Just four games into his sophomore and Leif Karlberg has already put his stamp on The Master’s College basketball squad. The Anchorage guard bagged 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting in last night’s 83-75 road win over San Diego Christian in NAIA action. Karlberg, of Grace Christian fame, leads the 3-1 Mustangs in scoring at 17… Read more »

The Master’s eliminated from playoffs (Basketball)

With two victories over Azusa Pacific earlier this season, The Master’s College must have felt pretty good about its chances going into tonight’s first-round playoff game of the GSAC Tournament. Then Alaskan Leif Karlberg drilled a 3-pointer to put the NAIA Mustangs ahead 17-12 and things looked good. But it never happened. The tide turned… Read more »

Alaskans keep The Master’s on pace (Basketball)

It wasn’t pretty, but Thomas Millar and Leif Karlberg of Anchorage did what they could Saturday to help NAIA powerhouse The Master’s College beat up Hope International 60-42 and keep its playoff home game aspirations alive. The pair totaled 14 points despite 5-for-16 shooting from the floor. Millar, a 6-foot-4 starting senior forward, scored seven… Read more »

Millar keys The Master’s victory (Basketball)

After holding the lead mostly all night, The Master’s College was in jeopardy of coughing it up. But Anchorage’s Thomas Millar wasn’t having it. With 55 seconds left and his team nursing a 68-67 lead over Pt. Loma Nazarene, the 6-foot-4 senior made arguably the biggest play of Saturday’s NAIA game after he sank two… Read more »

The Master’s soars with Alaskans (Basketball)

As the lone four-year veteran at The Master’s College, senior Thomas Millar of Anchorage carries a lot of weight on his shoulders. Good thing he’s got a new sidekick in freshman Leif Karlberg of Anchorage. The Alaskans are both starting and averaging double figures, a big reason why the small Christian school in Santa Clarita,… Read more »