Jared TheisSouthwestern, a team that attempts to control the tempo, went into ultra tempo control Tuesday night at Iowa Lakes, attempting to knock off the 17th-ranked team in the nation on their home floor. The execution gave Southwestern their chance, but the Lakers were able to make plays in the second half to extend their two-point halftime lead en route to a 52-36 win.  For Southwestern, Jared Theis (pictured), Elliott Hamdeed, and Dustin Lyden all played their final games as Spartans.  Coach Mike Holmes said, “Our sophomores exhibited a good deal of resiliency this year.  We were young to begin with and then our rotation whittled way down, making our circumstances very challenging.  Those guys stayed the course and gave very good mental and physical effort throughout the season.”