WHO: Hillsdale College (14-9 overall, 12-7 G-MAC) at Ohio Dominican (16-7 overall, 12-5 G-MAC)
TIP OFF: 7:30 p.m.
THE SERIES: Hillsdale leads the all-time series with the Panthers 7-6, but ODU has won four in a row over the Chargers, a streak that began with the 2015-16 season.
WHO: Ohio Valley (0-21 overall, 0-17 G-MAC) at Hillsdale College
TIP OFF: 1 p.m.
THE SERIES: The Chargers lead the all-time series with the Fighting Scots 2-0, and won the prior meeting this season 79-61, on Jan. 18.
WEEKEND OVERVIEW: An unusual schedule week for the Chargers, who travel to Columbus to take on Ohio Dominican Tuesday before playing their home finale Saturday versus Ohio Valley...On Saturday, the program will honor its four graduating seniors, Jessica De Gree, Michele Boykin, Maddy Reed and Allie Dittmer in a pre-game ceremony as part of Senior Day...Even though two weeks remain in the regular season, the standings remain packed, with the Chargers sitting one game behind Ohio Dominican for fifth place, though each team has 12 conference wins...Hillsdale has clinched a berth in the G-MAC Tournament, and will be no lower than the No. 6 seed...The Chargers have a three-game edge on Kentucky Wesleyan, and would win any tiebreakers with the Panthers based on a season sweep in the series...Last week saw some notable performances from the Chargers, led by Makenna Ott's triple double Thursday night against first-place Ursuline...She had 16 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, Hillsdale's first triple double since Dec. 13, 2008...In that same game, Allie Dittmer scored 24 points on 12-for-13 shooting from the field...Saturday, Dittmer scored her 1,000th career point on a 3-point shot in the fourth quarter...That shot was one of 16 made 3-point field goals, which was a new single-game school record...Sydney Anderson (14) and Bree Porter (10) each had career-highs in scoring in that game...With two more wins, the Chargers will have hit the 16-win mark as a team for the first time since the 2010-11 season.
WHO: Hillsdale College (18-6 overall, 12-5 G-MAC) at Ohio Dominican (13-10 overall, 8-8 G-MAC)
TIP OFF: 5:30 p.m.
THE SERIES: Hillsdale leads the all-time series with the Panthers 11-1, and won this season's first meeting 72-67 on Dec. 16.
WHO: Ohio Valley (3-18 overall, 2-13 G-MAC) at Hillsdale College
TIP OFF: 3:00 p.m.
THE SERIES: The Chargers won this season's first meeting with the Fighting Scots 77-56, in West Virginia Jan. 18.
WEEKEND OVERVIEW: Hillsdale is coming off a nice and much-needed bounce-back win last Saturday over Lake Erie, and will try to keep up the winning ways this week with a road game Tuesday followed by Senior Day at home Saturday...Before tip-off Saturday, the program will honor its two graduating seniors, Ryan Badowski and Stedman Lowry...Although Hillsdale has lost to Ohio Dominican just once since the rivalry began in 2010, the Panthers often severely test the Chargers...Each of the last three meetings have been decided by less than 10 points, and the last meeting saw ODU take an 11-point halftime lead before the Chargers rllied for a win...Hillsdale is tied with Walsh for second place in the G-MAC and both teams sit a half-game ahead of red-hot Malone, who has won seven straight...Lowry scored a season-high 31 points in Saturday's 78-67 win over Lake Erie, and is the first Charger to score 30-plus in a game this season.