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SMSU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Hot-hand shooting lifts SMSU over UIU

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FAYETTE, Iowa. - An early lead helped push the Southwest Minnesota State women's basketball team over Upper Iowa 89-57 on Saturday afternoon in the Dorman Gymnasium. SMSU advances to 9-10 overall and 6-8 in the NSIC while UIU drops to 3-19 overall and 0-14 in the conference. SMSU shot 44 ...

SMSU WRESTLING: SMSU falls to MSU despite early lead, 22-9

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MANKATO – The Southwest Minnesota State wrestling team fell 22-9 to nationally-ranked Minnesota State on Saturday night in the Taylor Center, despite SMSU's early lead in the match. SMSU drops to 0-6 overall and 0-5 in the conference, while MSU advances to 6-1 overall and maintains its ...

PREP GIRLS HOCKEY: Superb Seniors

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MARSHALL – The Marshall girls hockey team wanted to make sure its senior class went out on a high note in their final regular season home game. The veteran leaders agreed and just like they have been all year long, they helped lead the Tigers to victory. Thanks to a pair of goals from ...

JAKE’S TAKE: Mustang trio leaving a lasting legacy

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MARSHALL – The Southwest Minnesota State University athletic programs have enjoyed a great deal of success over the years, with a countless number of student-athletes leaving an indelible mark on their respective sport and the community at large. In the case of Mustang seniors Ryan ...

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: No. 1 Minneota rolls past MACCRAY, 76-35

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MINNEOTA — The top-ranked Minneota Vikings girls basketball team defeated MACCRAY 76-35 on Friday. Abby and Morgan Hennen led Minneota, both recording 18 points in the game. Lydia Sussner added 15 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and eight steals for the Vikings. Piper Asche scored 21 ...

SMSU MEN’S BASKETBALL: SMSU drops road game to Warriors

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WINONA – The Southwest Minnesota State men's basketball team fell 85-67 to Winona State on Friday night at McCown Gymnasium. SMSU (10-9, 5-8 NSIC) shot 41 percent from the field and 36 percent from beyond the arc, while WSU (8-11, 5-8 NSIC) shot 56 percent from the field and 46 percent from ...

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: No room to run

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COTTONWOOD – It’s been a season full of ups and downs for the Lakeview boys basketball team. Fresh off of an overtime victory against Montevideo on Tuesday, the Lakers couldn’t come out on top in Thursday’s Camden Conference home matchup with Central Minnesota Christian, as the ...

PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall falls to Luverne, 2-1

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LUVERNE – The Marshall girls hockey team fell to Luverne 2-1 on Thursday. The Tigers were able to get out to a good start in the first period, as Sydney Mauch found the back of the net to give Marshall a 1-0 lead, but the Cardinals would answer back with a goal of their own to tie things up ...