Ann Simonet and Sarah Grow scored 17 points apiece to lead Minnesota Duluth to a 73-62 NSIC victory over Bemidji State Saturday in NSIC women’s basketball before 68 at Romano Gym as the Bulldogs stayed unbeaten.
Brooke Olson added 15 points and Maesyn Thiesen added 14 as UMD (9-0) had four players reach double figures in scoring.
The Bulldogs earned the weekend sweep despite struggling once again from 3-point range, going 4 of 18. Otherwise, they had a good shooting day, going 26 of 53 from the field, good for 49.1%.
Rachael Heittola had 15 points and eight rebounds to lead Bemidji State (7-5). Taylor Bray (12 points) and Brooklyn Bachmann (11) also scored in double figures for the Beavers, who tied it twice in the third quarter but could never seize control.
UMD closes the regular season at home next weekend against St. Cloud State.
Lexus Eagle Chasing had 25 points, nine rebounds and three steals as Minnesota-Morris rolled to a 75-59 victory over St. Scholastica before 45 at Reif Gymnasium.
Jadyn Sondrol added 13 points, eight rebounds and four assists as six players scored at least eight points apiece for the Cougars (2-2), who never trailed.
Kaylee Kennedy had 21 points and Eve Turner added 17 points off the bench to lead the Saints (0-3).
The game was added midweek to replace a game against Crown that was postponed. Next up for CSS is a UMAC game at 7 p.m. Thursday at Wisconsin-Superior.
Jocelyn Talso scored 27 points as North Central jumped on Wisconsin-Superior early and never looked back en route to a 67-47 UMAC victory at Clark-Danielson Gymnasium in Minneapolis.
Kadija Conteh added 19 points and nine rebounds for the Rams (13-2 overall, 5-0 UMAC), who led 24-6 after the first quarter.
Kaija Davies was the lone UWS player to score in double figures as she had 11 points for the Yellowjackets (2-3, 1-3).