The Dakota State Trojans Women’s basketball team hit the road last night, where they got a 58-56 victory in overtime against Mayville State, giving Head Coach David Moe his 100th career win at DSU.
Trojans got out to a slower start, with Mayville able to get out to as much as an eight point lead in the first quarter. The Comets led 16-9 after one.
The second quarter was when things started to turn around for DSU, closing in on MSU’s lead heading into halftime down only one point at 25-24.
After taking the lead In the third quarter, it looked like DSU would be able to get by without much of an issue, but the fourth quarter proved to be a different story.
The Comets out scored the Trojans 21-14 in the fourth quarter, and thanks to a last second three-pointer at the buzzer, MSU sent the game to overtime, tied at 50-50.
Overtime seemed like it could go either way, with neither team getting a comfortable lead. It would again come down to a last second three-point shot, but this time the Comets missed it at the buzzer, giving the Trojans the 58-56 win.
Elsie Aslesen and Sidney Fick both led DSU in scoring, each getting 11 points. Aslesen also grabbed 11 rebounds to get a double-double. Savannah Walsdorf also had 11 rebounds to go with her seven points.
Jordan Zrust for Mayville State ended with a double-double as well, getting a game leading 13 points and 11 rebounds.
The win gave Head Coach David Moe his 100th career win at Dakota State.
Trojans will be back this afternoon with another road matchup in NSAA play with a game at Presentation at 3pm. Game can be heard on FM 103.1 or online at AmazingMadison.com.