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SDSU men and women basketball wrapup

SDSU men and women basketball wrapup

SDSU men and women win Summit League openers


Sports Staff - January 3, 2018

BROOKINGS, S.D. - Mike Daum scored 37 points, Reed Tellinghuisen added 22 and the South Dakota State men's basketball team claimed an 87-80 road win Wednesday evening, taking down North Dakota State in its Summit League opener.

SDSU (13-5, 1-0 Summit League) shot over 50 percent for the fourth straight game, hitting 29-of-57 from the field with seven 3-pointers. The Jacks cleaned up at the charity stripe, draining 22-of-25 free throws.

Daum added 15 rebounds en route to a monster double-double, hitting all 16 of his free throw attempts over 33 minutes.

Tellinghuisen buried 9-of-13 field goals and four 3-pointers on his way to a season-high in points.

Tevin King rounded out the trio of double figure scorers, finishing with 10 and a pair of assists.

NDSU (8-7, 0-1) shot 40 percent as a team and hit 10 3-pointers. Paul Miller led the Bison with 36 points.

Meanwhile,

The South Dakota State women's basketball team made seven 3-point field goals in the third quarter on its way to recording an 89-64 win over Omaha in its The Summit League opener before 1,523 fans at Frost Arena.

Junior guard Madison Guebert, who scored a game- and season-high 25 points, led the Jackrabbits, now 11-4 and 1-0. She recorded 13 of her points in the third quarter. Guebert and freshman forward Myah Selland each made two 3-point field goals in that period.
Selland scored 13 points while senior forward Ellie Thompson added 11 points.

Omaha, now 8-6, 0-2, was led by Amber Vidal's 22 points. Courtney Vaccher added 13 points and eight rebounds.



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