Weekend College Scoreboard (NSIC/GPAC Hoops + Coll. FB)




Northwestern          89 – Emily TerWee 28pts & 12rbs. Hali Anderson 19pts. Maddie Jones 17pts.

Dakota State Univ.  77 – Savanah Walsdorf 18pts. Angela Slattery 17pts. Tabor Teel 12pts & 13rbs.


Mayville State Univ.      75 – Erin Walcker 17pts. Jordan Zrust 16pts & 9rbs. Kayla Rocholl 13pts.

Univ. of North Dakota  68 – Kacie Borowicz 16pts. Fatima Ibrahim 12pts.




VCSU             71 – Cleveland Bedgood 20pts. & 8rbs. Lamar Grayson 13pts. Jerome Washington 12pts.

Jamestown  81 – Silas Bennion 25pts. Jimmy Llinas 22pts. Colby Vazquez 10pts.


D1 Football

FCS Semifinals

Albany   0

SDSU     59


BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) — Mark Gronowski threw for three touchdowns, Isaiah Davis ran for two and Tucker Large returned a punt for a score — all in the first half — and defending national champion South Dakota State rolled back into the FCS championship game with a 59-0 win over Albany. After the dominant first half, Jason Freeman had a 34-yard scoop-and-score on the second play of the third quarter that made it 42-0 for the Jackrabbits. That was the fourth turnover, to go with three turnover on downs, for the Great Danes, who were outgained by 221 yards in total offense in the first half. Top-seeded South Dakota State faces the winner North Dakota State-Montana in the championship on Jan. 7 in Frisco, Texas. Reese Poffenbarger was 30 of 44 for 232 yards with three interceptions for Albany.





Northern State Univ.  68 – Madelyn Bragg 16pts. Morgan Fiedler 14pts. Rianna Fillipi 10pts & 9rbs.

MN-Crookston              69 – Janie Tormanen 23pts. Emma Miller 14pts.


Bemidji State         52 – Alyssa Hill 16pts. Sam Pogatchnik 14pts. Amme Sheforgen 11pts & 10rbs.

Saint Cloud State  60 – Jada Eggebrecht 12pts. Ashley Sawicki 12pts & 10rbs.


MSU-Moorhead    68 – Natalie Jens 27pts. Terryn Johnson 10pts & 12rbs.

Minot State Univ.  40 – Peyton Breidenbach 10pts.


Winona State 37 – Olivia Gamoke 8pts.

MN-Duluth     65 – Ella Gilbertson 16pts. Abby Johnson 10pts.


Dickinson State  45 – Heather LaBree 16pts. Katherine Fox 12pts.

U-Mary                  73 – Megan Zander 16pts. Lexie Schneider 13pts.


SMSU            76 – Bri Stoltzman 19pts. Madison Gehloff 15pts. Sam Wall 14pts.

Augustana  66 – Michaela Jewett 19pts. Lauren Sees 13pts.



Midland            63 – Jenna Weber 19pts. Gabby Beauperthuy 10pts.

NE Wesleyan  37 – Grace Hogeland 11pts.


Bellevue Univ.     92 – Zakiyyah Muhammad 19pts. Brandi Dunn 16pts. Kaylee Denker 14pts.

Coll. Of St. Mary  69 – ShyAnne Mayhue 20pts. Madison Camden 13pts. Madelyn Gaughen 12pts.



Northern State Univ.   64 – Josh Dilling 23pts. Jacksen Moni 21pts. Andrew Bergan 12pts. NSU: 1-22 from 3

MN-Crookston              71 – Blaize Sagna 23pts. Reid Grant 14pts. Jordan Mitchell 12pts.


CSP                      80 – Antwan Kimmons 26pts. Marcus Skeete 10pts & 10rbs. Jepannah Kellogg 10pts.

MSU-Mankato  88 – Justin Eagins 20pts. Elijah Hazekamp 20pts. Malik Willingham 11pts. Dylan Peeters 9pts & 19rbs.


Bemidji State        103 – BJ Davis 28pts. Dalton Albrecht 25pts. John Sutherland 19pts. Brayden Williams 15p.

Saint Cloud State 102 F/2OT. – Jamiir Allen 23pts. Matt Willert 16pts. Wyatt Hawks 11pts.


MSU-Moorhead     77 – Logan Kinsey 22pts. Jacob Beeninga 19pts. Jamir Price 10pts. Dane Zimmer 10 & 10

Minot State Univ.  74 – Khari Broadway 20pts. Ben Bohl 13pts. Connor Hollenbeck 10pts.


Winona State  62 – Connor Dillon 15pts. Brock Voigt 13pts.

MN-Duluth      73 – Drew Blair 26pts. Charlie Katona 11pts. Jack Middleton 11pts. Austin Andrews 11pts.


SMSU            71 – Jake Phipps 19pts. Cliff Cofield 17pts. Mason Lund 11pts.

Augustana  62 – Arhman Lewis 16pts. Akoi Akoi 15pts. Isaac Fink 13pts. Jadan Graves 12pts.


Wayne State  62 – Trey Deveaux 12pts. Alec Millender 11pts. David Harmon 10pts.

USF                   70 – Jake Kettner 14pts. Jack Thompson 14pts. Kenji Scales 10pts.



Dakota Wesleyan    89 – Jakob Dobney 29pts. Blaze Lubber 18pts. Samuel Aslesen 16pts.

Waldorf University 80 – Khyle Washington 21pts. Noah Miller 17pts. Khalil Grayson 14pts.


Northwestern   61 – Alex Van Kalsbeek 19pts. Dillon Carlson 16pts.

Wescliff (CA)     52 – Rayven Turner 10pts.


Doane (NE)     74 – Cooper Sheldon 14pts. & 14rbs. Jack Wilson 14pts. Guy Moran 14pts. Nick Saiz 12pts.

Bethany (KS)  59 – Maurice Cudji II 16pts.


Hastings          72 – Reggie Thomas 33pts & 6rbs. Grady Corrigan 14pts.

Dakota State  65 – Mison Coilton 15pts. Emmanuel Akpan 12pts.


Bellevue (NE) 61 – TJ Fritz 24pts.

Morningside   83 – Joey Skoff 26pts. Ely Doble 25pts.


D1 Football

FCS Semifinals

NDSU        29

Montana  31


MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Junior Bergen returned a fourth-quarter punt for a touchdown, caught a touchdown pass in the first overtime and threw for a 2-point conversion on a trick play in the second overtime to put Montana in the FCS Championship game with a wild 31-29 semifinal win over North Dakota State. Bergen’s toss to Keelan White on an end-around right was duplicated by the Bison after their score, but Corbin Walker intercepted RaJa Nelson, sending the Grizzlies to the final game for the first time since 2009. Montana (13-1), the second seed, will face top-seeded and defending champion South Dakota State (14-0), owner of a 28-game winning streak, in Frisco, Texas, on Jan. 7.





Doane (NE)    90 – Mak Hatcliff 24pts. & 10rbs. Tatum Rusher 19pts. Maddie Portwine 16pts.

Webber In’tl  56 – Janaina Goncalves 15pts.



Midland                 70 – Derek Merwick 15pts. Jake Orr 12pts. Ryan Larsen 12pts. Jake Rueschhoff 10pts.

St. Thomas (FL)  81 – Milton Matthews 33pts & 10rbs. Jordan Hernandez 15pts. Josh Taylor 14pts.


Mayville State  73 – Jamison Kramer 27pts. JR White 18pts. Thomas Gieske 13pts.

Jamestown        77 F/2OT – Silas Bennion 23pts. Will Cordes 13pts. Cole Woodford 11pts. Colby Vazquez 10pts.