Local

SDSU Women Run Over By Irish

Four players scored in double figures for No. 2 Notre Dame (12-0) in a 94-51 win over South Dakota State (9-7) Thursday in women’s basketball.

Kayla McBride scored a game-high 18 points on 8-of-8 shooting from the field for the Irish. Jewell Loyd added 14 points while Natalie Achonwa and Madison Cable each had 13 points.

SDSU, which was facing its highest-ranked opponent in the program history, was led by junior Gabby Boever’s (Worthington, Minn.) nine points. Junior Mariah Clarin (Princeton, Minn.) and freshman Clarissa Ober (Glencoe, Minn.) each had a team-high seven rebounds. Ober also had a career-high four steals.

South Dakota State traded baskets with the Irish in the first three minutes before Notre Dame used a 12-0 run to take a 19-4 lead with 14:28 left in the half.  The Irish pushed their lead to 57-21 in the final minute of the half after Madison Cable sank a pair of three-pointers.

South Dakota State returns to action Jan. 9 at 7 p.m. when it hosts IUPUI in its Summit League opener at Frost Arena.

Recent Headlines

2 hours ago in Agriculture

Senate Ag Committee Holds Hearing on State of Cattle Industry

Fresh
Capitol 2014 2

The Senate Agriculture Committee will be holding a hearing tomorrow to review the state of the U.S. cattle industry and…

2 hours ago in Agriculture

Corn Exports Generate Nearly $75 Billion Economic Impact

Fresh
Export1

Export of U.S. corn and corn products generated nearly $75 billion in annual output in 2014. That’s according to Informa…

2 hours ago in Agriculture

Minnesota Pork Producers Await Governor’s Signature on Bills

Fresh
Minnesota Pork Producers Association Logo Approved

Agriculture scored some wins during the Minnesota state legislative session and now farm groups are waiting for the Governor to…

2 hours ago in Agriculture

Goule to Head National Association of Wheat Growers

Fresh
Wheat Field approved-Reuters

The National Association of Wheat Growers has named a new Chief Executive Officer. National Farmers Union’s Senior Vice President of…

3 hours ago in Lifestyle, National

Record number of Millennials are living with their parents

23-overlay-9

Living at home with parents is now the most common arrangement for people age 18-34.