PC WBB Squad Drops Decision at SCSU on NAIA Scoreboard

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IA Wesleyan

(RV) Dakota State 70-48

  • Dak – Sidney Fick 16p; Caitlyn Dyer 16p; Savannah Walsdorf 9p, 7r, 6s, 4a; Morgan Huber 9p
  • IW – Megan Teall 15p, 10r; Isabell West 15p, 8r, 3b; Breanna Wendland 10p, 10TO
  • The Trojans led 25-11 after the 1Q, had it trimmed to a 9-point lead going to the 4Q and dominated the final frame for a comfortable 22-point win. The Trojans held a 29-18 TO advantage & a 15-7 lead in OR’s to take 21 more shot attempts in the game.




(RV) Dakota State 100-67

IN University Northwest

  • Dak – Savannah Walsdorf 19p, 9r; Angela Slattery 14p; Lilli Mackley 14p; Olivia Ritter 13p; Sidney Fick 12p
  • IN – Michaela Schmidt 15p, 7r


Jamestown 67-46

College of St. Mary

  • J – Hannah DeMars 19p, 8r; Kia Tower 16p; Kate Busek 10p
  • CSM – Allison Schubert 15p; Bailey White 12p


(#12) DWU 75-71

(#3) Morningside

  • DWU – Matti Reiner 26p, 13r; Jada Campbell 14p, 10r; Isabel Ihnen 11p, 8r; Morgan Edelman 11p
  • M – Chaise Pfanstiel 18p; Aspen Jansa 15p; McKenna Sims 14p, 9r; Chloe Lofstrom 13p, 8r
  • DWU turned around a 9-point halftime deficit w/ a 22-12 3rd quarter & finished w/ a narrow win over Morningside, 75-71. The Tigers won despite a 4/18 day from 3pt-land (22%). DWU got it done w/ rebounding, holding a 52-29 lead overall as they piled up 21 OR’s.



Doane 86-53

  • D – Mak Hatcliff 33p (11/11 FT); Kali Staples 14p; Rylie Rice 9p, 8r
  • MMU – Kiara Berndt 16p; Eve Millar 10p, 7r





SCSU 76-46

  • PC – Kanae Carman 12p; Emma Ogitchida 11p, 4r
  • SCSU – Jada Eggebrecht 20p; Katrina Theis 12p; Ashley Sawicki 9p, 7r
  • The Saints held a 10-9 lead through one stanza, but the Huskies built a 14-point lead by the break and went on to the 30-point win. PC didn’t go to the FT line often, hitting just 2/5 there, but they shot a solid 46% overall. SCSU dominated the glass, 40-22, and piled up 18 OR’s off of 29 missed shots.