North Central (MN) 52 – Kaitlyn VanderPloeg 14pts & 10rbs.
MN-Crookston 88 – Emma Miller 19pts. & 9rbs. Janie Tormanen 19pts.
Bellevue Univ. 42 – Ashtyn Arnold 11pts.
Wayne State 82 – Britney Ho 19pts. Delaney Clark 11pts. Jordon Heckert 11pts.
Morningside 62 – Jaeden Webb 12pts.
Concordia (NE) 86 – Taysha Rushton 15pts. Sadie Powell 10pts.
Mount Marty 52 – Jaydn Jensen 12pts. Kaela Martinez 11pts.
Dordt (IA) 80 – Macy Sievers 17pts. Hayden Heimensen 14pts. Karly Gustafson 10pts. Janie Schoonhoven 10pts.
Northwestern 77 – Molly Schany 18pts. Hali Anderson 17pts.
Coll. Of St. Mary 47 – Tia Murray 10pts.
Briar Cliff 76 – Kennedy Benne 18pts. Konnor Sudmann 14pts. Payton Slaughter 14pts.
Midland 52 – Jenna Weber 10pts.
Univ. of St. Francis 43
Viterbo University 65
Concordia St. Paul 86 – Marcus Skeete 27pts & 12rbs. Jordan Horn 19pts. Antwan Kimmons 13pts.
MN-Crookston 76 – Blaize Sagna 34pts. Reid Grant 17pts.
Mayville State 72 F/OT – Jamison Kramer 22pts & 10rbs. Thomas Kieske 16pts.
U-Mary 81 – Brock Heffner 25pts. & 11rbs. Gerald Gittens 23pts.
Morningside 101 – Ely Doble 34pts. & 7rbs. Joey Skoff 26pts. Aidan Vanderloo 16pts.
Concordia (NE) 89 – Noah Schutte 23pts. Tristan Smith 20pts.
Mount Marty 74 – Jared Lopez 16pts. Jake Jensen 16pts & 10rbs. Cole Bowen 14pts.
Dordt (IA) 92 – Lucas Lorenzen 26pts. Bryce Coppock 21pts. Jake Hargens 15pts.
Briar Cliff 98 – Matthew Stilwill 45pts & 7rbs. Jamison Helmers 14pts. Tyrus Eischeid 14pts.
Midland 90 – Derek Merwick 38pts. Colton Uhing 15pts.
Viterbo Univ. 68 – Nick Malovrh 23pts.
Luther College 71 – Matthew Franzen 17pts. Daniel Webster 16pts.
Mitchell, S.D. – The Tiger football team named seven players to the GPAC All-Conference teams while earning eight spots with Mitchell native, Kiel Nelson being named Second Team as a wide receiver and Honorable Mention as a kick returner. Jamin Arend and Parker Grotjohn highlight the group with their First Team selections after a dominant run attack by the Tiger offense all season. They were followed by John Pica, Adam DeJong, and Ethan Engen being named to the Second Team. Grayson Hanson turned in a strong sophomore year at the linebacker position earning him Honorable Mention honors.