A Weekend Split For NSU MBB At Home

Aberdeen, SD (NSUWolves.com) [FRI]– The Northern State University men’s basketball team took advantage of five extra minutes of court time on Friday, defeating Concordia-St. Paul by five in overtime. It was a battle from start to finish with 13 lead changes.

Final Score: NSU 94, CSP 89
Records: NSU 7-10 (5-6 NSIC), CSP 8-9 (3-8 NSIC)
Attendance: 2777


  • The Golden Bears led 41-39 at the half and the Wolves sent the contest to overtime with a 37-35 tilt in the second
  • Northern shot 40.5% from the floor and 28.1% from the 3-point line, while knocking down a game high 25 from the foul line
  • They tallied 38 points in the paint, 13 points off turnover, and 11 second chance points
  • For just the fourth time this season the Wolves out-rebounded their opponents 47-41 and added ten assists, nine made 3-pointers, five steals, and three blocks
  • Four of the starting five scored in double figures led by Josh Dilling with 27, while Jacksen Moni and Michael Nhial recorded double-doubles
  • Nhial led the team with 12 off the glass and shot a team best 6-of-9 from the floor
  • Augustin Reede was the key player from the foul line hitting 13-of-14, followed by Moni knocking down 7-of-9
  • Josh Dilling: 27 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists
  • Augustin Reede, 24 points, 92.9 free throw%, 2 rebounds
  • Jacksen Moni: 21 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists
  • Michael Nhial: 15 points, 66.7 field goal%, 12 rebounds


Aberdeen, SD (NSUWolves.com) [SAT]– Despite a close first half, the Northern State University men’s basketball team fell to Minnesota Duluth on Saturday with the Bulldogs pulling away in the second. UMD was dominant under the basket racking up 60 points in the paint and 43 rebounds.



Final Score: NSU 72, UMD 96

Records: NSU 7-11 (5-7 NSIC), UMD 13-5 (8-4 NSIC)

Attendance: 3003



  • Northern trailed 52-44 at the half, however Duluth ran away with the game in the second; out-scoring the Wolves 44-28 
  • NSU shot 43.1% from the floor, 39.3% from the free throw line, and 64.7% from the foul line 
  • They tallied 29 rebounds, 14 points in the paint, 11 assists, and six points off turnovers 
  • The two teams combined for just 13 turnovers in the contest and each shot efficiently, however Duluth won the rebound game and saw double figure scoring off their bench 
  • Jacksen Moni led four starters in double figures with 23 points and seven rebounds 



  • Jacksen Moni: 23 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists 
  • Josh Dilling: 17 points, 53.3 field goal%, 4 assists, 3 rebounds 
  • Augustin Reede: 15 points, 55.6 field goal%, 2 rebounds 
  • Michael Nhial: 10 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists 



Northern State hits the road next Friday and Saturday against Sioux Falls and Southwest Minnesota State. Tip-off times are schedule for 7:30 p.m. on Friday against the Cougars and 7 p.m. on Saturday versus the Mustangs.