The Morningside Mustangs Women’s Basketball team jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back, picking up a 104-57 win over Dakota State last night in NAIA play. Morningside shot a blistering 21-43 from 3-point land in the contest and 46 percent from the floor. DSU could only muster 6 buckets in the first half and shot 42 percent in the game.
Sidney Fick led Dakota State with 13 points, Lindsey Vogl had 10 points and Olivia Breske pulled down six rebounds in the contest. Now at 2-9 on the year, DSU will be back in action on Friday, welcoming in Sterling College to the DSU Fieldhouse for a 2pm tip-off.
A tight first half battle went stale for Dakota State Men’s Basketball last night versus Morningside, as the Trojans fell 101-45 on the road. After the two sides traded buckets through the first 10 minutes of the game, the Mustangs used a 14-0 run to take command. DSU could not keep up after that, as Morningside shot 71 percent in the contest.
Brady Van Holland led Dakota State with 14 points and Anthony Costello posted 10. It was the first game in 11 days for the Trojans, who now will have another light hiatus – back in action on the 28th at the University of Jamestown.