BEMIDJI, Minn. - Minot State women's basketball senior forward Carly Boag led all scorers with 22 points and added 15 rebounds in MSU's 74-66 victory over Bemidji State on Friday at the BSU Gymnasium.
MSU (15-6 overall, 11-6 Northern Sun) broke open a close game with an 18-3 run early in the second half. During that stretch, MSU went 8-for-9 from the field, knocking down three 3-pointers. The Beavers went 5-for-13 from behind the arc.
MSU senior guard Katie Hardy posted 20 points and Alisha "Speedy" Jones and Christina Boag added 12 and 10, respectively.
"We had a great team effort tonight," MSU coach Sheila Green Gerding said in a press release. "We played extremely hard on both ends of the court. Our team defense was great and we look like an improved team. I am very proud of our overall effort."
Carly Boag moved into second place on MSU's all-time women's basketball scoring list, passing Kayla Blom. The Tamworth, Australia native has 1,620 career points with MSU.
MSU travels to Minnesota Crookston today at 4 p.m.
Beavers fall at Bemidji
BEMIDJI, Minn. - The Minot State men's basketball team shot just 25 percent in the second half of an 83-60 loss to Bemidji State on Friday at the BSU Gymnasium.
MSU was outscored 41-23 in the final 20 minutes, hitting just seven field goals. BSU led by as many as 26.
"When you don't guard well and don't rebound, it's frustrating," MSU coach Matt Murken said in a press release. "Even when we did defend well, it seems like they made plays, little hustle plays, to get a bucket and that can be demoralizing to your team."
Samuel Johnson led MSU (7-14 overall, 3-14 Northern Sun) with 13 points and E.J. Williams (12) and Dan Yale (11) also finished in double figures.
BSU's Brock Lutes poured in a game-high 30 points and Zach Noreen and Maxie Rosenbloom chipped in 19 and 12, respectively. BSU (16-5, 13-4) held a 38-20 advantage in points in the paint.
MSU travels to Minnesota Crookston tonight at 6.
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