WAYNE, Neb. -- Four games, four victories.

The Wayne State men's and women's basketball teams each won their weekend games, with both collecting victories over Winona State on Saturday and Upper Iowa on Sunday.

The Wildcats made eight second-half three pointers in Friday's men's game, leading Wayne State to an 81-72 win over the Warriors.

Wayne State never trailed in the contest, opening each half with on a big spurt. Jordan Janssen paced the Wildcats with his fifth double-double of the season, notching 20 points and 10 rebounds.

The Wildcat women's squad also knocked off Winona State on Saturday, with Annie Guentzel and Lauren Zacharias each scoring 18 points to lead Wayne State. Guentzel's point tally was a career high.

The Wayne State women's team scored its second win of the weekend by knocking off Upper Iowa on Sunday. It took overtime for the Wildcats to fend off the Peacocks' upset attempts.

Zacharias scored 32 points, including a 13-for-13 effort at the free throw line, to help get the Wildcats past Upper Iowa, 77-70.

It was the second time this season Zacharias eclipsed the 30-point barrier, topped only by her 37-point effort against Fort Lewis in November.

Wayne State wrapped up its successful weekend with another men's victory, as the Wildcats topped Upper Iowa, 86-77.

Janssen and Justin Eagins scored a combined 51 points to lead the Wildcats, with Eagins scoring a season-high 26 points and adding 10 rebounds for his first career double-double.

The game featured 14 lead changes and six ties as neither team led by more than six points until a late scoring run by Wayne State to end the game.

The Wayne State women's team is now 9-2 overall and 5-2 in NSIC competition, while the men's squad is 10-3 overall and 5-2 and in conference play.